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Fall Family Activity Guide

Fall is finally here! Take advantage of the crisp air and beautiful fall colours by rounding up the family, bundling up and heading outside. With school back in full swing, the weekends are the perfect time for some family fun. What better way to make the most of your weekend than by embracing the season with fall-inspired activities?

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Pumpkin Carving

Let’s get creative! What better way to get excited about Halloween than by sculpting your own Jack-O-Lantern? Pumpkin carving can be messy but it’s also a great way to get your creative juices flowing while spending quality time together. Grab a pumpkin at your local farm and get carving!

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DIY Fall Drinks

It’s that time of year again; time to indulge in your favourite fall flavours! Looking for a rainy-day activity or something to do when it’s too chilly outside? How about getting in the kitchen and concocting some fall flavoured drinks! Why not try adding pumpkin spice to your traditional hot cocoa or turning a glass of apple cider into a punch? If pumpkin spice isn’t your thing, try adding a hint of cinnamon to your favourite drink. Pair your drink with a movie and a fuzzy blanket and you have the perfect rainy Sunday activity! 

Apple picking with kids

Apple Picking

Support local farmers and get picking! This fall tradition has become popular for good reason; it’s a great way to get outside and spend time with the family. Apple picking is a favourite for all ages and no matter where you live, there’s bound to be a farm near you. Most farms offer other activities for kids like mazes, hayrides and petting zoos; no one’s getting bored here!

 

Not sure what to do with your apple haul? Make lunchtime more fun by going beyond the classic apple pie and making an Apple Chicken Grilled Cheese!

Bundle up and get ready to fall in love!

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