Fall Festivals for kids this weekend In CT!

                                                           Connecticut is brimming with Fall festivities this time of the year!

The coming weekend October 4 – 6 is filled with all things fall! From Apple harvests to fall festivals to hayride and corn mazes, the kids are going to love everything Connecticut has to offer during this beautiful season!

Southington Apple Festival Saturday, October 5 11 AM-9 PM
The 51 st Annual Southington Harvest Festival has an assortment of good food (the popular apple fritters), local craft vendors, entertainment and rides!
Admission is FREE!
http://www.southingtonahf.com/

Torrington Fall Festival Saturday, October 5 9 AM-4 PM
The 1st Annual Torrington Fall festival in Coe Memorial Park features Arts & Craft vendors from all over the state, Music, Food Trucks and lots of seasonal sweet treats!
Admission is FREE.
https://www.evensi.us/2019-torrington-fall-harvest-festival-101-litchfield-st/304163238

Enjoy a Enjoy a day at Auer Farm, Bloomfield

Auerfarm Annual Fall Festival, Bloomfield Saturday, October 5 @ 11 AM-4 PMA fun filled family and friends day at the farm! Includes live music, pottery wheel, touch a truck, pumpkin painting, pony rides!
Payment only at entry — all activities included (except food) $20 per car load
http://www.auerfarm.org/next-event

Apple Harvest Festival by Litchfield Historical Society Saturday, October 5 1-4 PM
Fall festival celebrated the old fashioned way. Featuring an apple pie contest, colonial craftsmanship demonstrations, music food, games and more.
This event in FREE
https://www.litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org/appleharvest/

Fall festival at South Windsor. Check out new exciting activities this year (pic Courtesy: patch.com Sarah Cruz photography)

South Windsor Apple Fest Sunday, October 6 10 AM-4 PM
In addition from the usual local art, craft and vendors, this fest is adding some special touches
with dancers: Chinese, Mexican, Classical Indian, Dance Progressions, Ballroom, Bollywood, SRL Irish Dance, and Light Saber.
Also featuring hot balloon rides and free pony rides for children.
Admission and parking is FREE!
https://www.southwindsorapplefest.com/

Fall Festival and Corn Maze (Fair weather growers, Rocky Hill) Fri-Sun from October 4-November 3 10AM-6PM
Celebrate fall at the farm with kid friendly activities including Hayride, Scarecrow Walk, Corn Pit, Pedal Go-Karts, Child Hay Maze, Tire Playground, Farm Animals, and Jump Pillow! There
will be a giant caterpillar slide, corn maze, and pumpkin patch and tractor barrel train!
Tickets are available online
Tip: Frugal Fridays: after 2:00 pm on Fridays all tickets half price
http://www.fairweathergrowers.com/fall-festival/

Fall Family Festival at ‘Indian Rock Nature Preserve, Bristol Saturday, October 5 (rain date is Sunday, October 6) @ 10 AM-3 PM
Food & drinks, wildlife table, hayrides and pumkin patches, blacksmith demo, face painting and lawn games!
Ticket: $20 per car (excludes pumpkins, bake sale, gift shop)
http://elcct.org/event/fall-family-festival/

Pumpkin patch trolley (East Windsor):
Fri-Sun from Oct 4 to Oct 27
10 AM-4:30 PM
Enjoy riding on a trolley car to the pumpkin patch field and there each child gets to pick out a FREE pumpkin which they can decorate. Ticket include Fire truck museum which is on the same
property as Trolley museum.
Please visit https://www.ct-trolley.org/events/pumpkin-patch/ or call (860) 627-6540 for ticket prices and more info.

The Pumpkin Place, The Dinosaur Place, Oakdale  Every Friday-Sunday, October 4 – 27 @ 5 PM-10 PM
This first, month long Halloween Event is being hosted at the Nature’s Art Village in Oakdale and has Halloween Trails, Bounce houses, slides, inflatables, Corn maze, magic shows and
more!
Tickets are available at the door and online (naturesvillage.com). Children under 2 are free.
Visit: The Nature’s Village

Night Fall 2019 in Colt Park, Hartford Saturday, October 5 @ 6 PM-7:30 PM
In the beautiful setting of Colt Park, this is a free and open to all event to celebrate the transition of the season with music, movement and celebration of nature. It also features costume and lead artist Anne Cubberly’s signature giant puppets! Grounds open at 2 pm for shopping local art and craft, local vendors and food truck. This is followed by performances starting at 6p and climaxing with a fina; ritual of procession of lanterns!
Event is FREE and OPEN TO ALL!
https://www.nightfallhartford.org/

Litchfield County Harvest Fest Saturday, October 5 @ 10 AM-4PM
Celebrate Fall while donating to a good cause of raising mental health awareness.
Local Vendors and Artisans will be set up and open to the public for free from 10-4.

Enjoy the festival season everyone!