Sure, it's still 90 degrees, but it's also October. Here are some ideas to celebrate the season around Central Texas:
🎃 Pick a pumpkin, hop on a hayride or run through a corn maze at a local farm.
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Barton Hill Farms in Bastrop (Sept. 25-Nov. 7)
Sweet Berry Farm in Marble Falls (starts on Sept. 18)
Sweet Eats Fruit Farm in Georgetown (Sept. 18-Nov. 20)
🍂 Celebrate Oktoberfest at local breweries and restaurants.
Krause's Cafe and Biergarten in New Braunfels hosts keg tappings and yodel contests every Wednesday night.
Austin's Meanwhile Brewing Co. will release new beer and hold an Oktoberfest celebration between Oct. 22-24.
Bluebonnet Beer Company in Round Rock hosts its annual Oktoberfest on Oct. 10, featuring German-style beers and local food vendors.
Draught House dishes beer brats, polka and custom steins filled with their Blau Marzen Bier on Oct. 12.
🍻 Snag a pitcher and a sausage at New Braunfel's annual Wurstfest from Nov. 5-14.
💀 Celebrate Día De Los Muertos around town, even with the cancellation of the annual Vivia la Vida parade.
View the Mexic-Arte Museum's Día De Los Muertos exhibit through Nov. 22.
Watch Austin Scottish Rite Theater's virtual event, Rosita y Conchita, a bilingual play about two sisters who try to reunite on the Day of the Dead.
Cry happy tears at The Globe Drive-In theater's screening of Coco on Nov. 1.
📚 Discover new authors at the annual Texas Book Festival from Oct. 25-31. The festival will be scaled back because of COVID precautions, but there will be opportunities for in-person and virtual programs.
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