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Great Fall Festivals to Attend in October

By October 3, 2018 December 28th, 2018 No Comments

Just like that, summer became Fall! All of us here at the BSW Group are ready for the new season, and we hope that you are enjoying the cooler weather and all that Autumn in Colorado has to offer! With Fall in full swing, there are so many Fall Festivals you do not want to miss. We’ve put together some of the most notable to mark on your calendar.

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Pumpkin Harvest Festival – Oct. 7-8
Head to the Pumpkin Harvest Festival in Four Mile Historic Park! You can find the perfect pumpkin to take home and carve, take a ride in a horse-drawn wagon, or even build your own scarecrow. It’s an old-time Fall Festival without having to leave the city, which makes it great for those with busy schedules who are looking for a fun afternoon. There’s plenty for the entire family!

The Big Wonderful – Oct. 6-7
The Big Wonderful is back in Denver this Fall at 440 Fox Street! It’s the perfect Fall festival for the adults in the family with over 20 local breweries, cideries, and distilleries, as well as incredible crafter vendors and bluegrass music. This annual Denver event is always one of our favorites, so we highly recommend it!  

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Maker Faire Denver – Oct. 14-15
If you’re looking for something a little “out of the ordinary,” load up the kids and head to this one! The National Western Complex will host any “maker” from engineers to artists to scientists to crafters showcasing their work and projects at the for Maker Faire Denver. Kids and adults alike will love the art, fascinating technology, and petting zoo! It may not be pumpkin patches and hot cider, but this is sure to be a great weekend!
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Pumpkin Nights – Oct. 7-Nov. 4
Head to the Adams County Fairgrounds in Brighton for the inaugural Pumpkin Nights festival! The new interactive Halloween experience will feature 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins along with fantastic light displays. According to co-founder, Chelsea Kasen, “Our favorite way to explain the event is to tell people to think of the most fantastic, cool, Christmas lights display but involving a better holiday.” This is one that you definitely don’t want to miss and the one we are the most excited about!
Which Fall Festivals will you attend this season? With so many to choose from, you’ll never be without a weekend full of pumpkin carving, cider, and enjoying the beautiful Colorado Fall weather! Let us know in the comments below, or connect with us on social media, and tell us about your favorite Fall traditions!

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