Words by Tia Myers-Rocker
The air is colder, the days are shorter, and leaves are shedding from the trees; it must be Fall.
Before Halloween comes there are several events that you can enjoy with friends, family or both. Personally, I enjoy visiting the pumpkin patch with my brother, drinking apple cider and watching him run around the fields searching, desperately, for the right pumpkin to carve.
Now is the perfect time to enjoy Fall Fest in Portage Country. Imagine yourself on a relaxing hayride and exploring an eight-acre corn maze. The maze “features a spooktacular Halloween design” that I know you’ll like.
Also, there will be time to feed farm animals. If pumpkin patches, mazes and farm animals aren’t your things then go to the mall.
Around this time, malls everywhere have new shipments of clothing suited for the bone-chilling weather. You might even catch a few deals.
Since we’re in college grab a few friends and head on up to Cedar Point for Halloweekend. That’s exciting in its own way. Fall is the season of opportunities.
You can find so many things to do, even if it’s staying at home to study. I hope you have a “spooktacular” month.
Tia Myers-Rocker is a blogger, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.