BRYAN, Texas — Fall is finally here! Pumpkin patches, apple pies, and spooky season, OH MY.
While fall festivities may look a little different to accommodate COVID-19 safety measures, there are no lack of activities. The Brazos Valley will be bustling with fun for the family, and we've listed just a few events you can attend to get into the pumpkin spice spirit.
Every year, Habitat for Humanity BCS hosts pumpkin patches in Bryan and College Station.
This year, their pumpkin patches will be open from September 28 through October 31 at the following locations:
- 2301 E 29th St in Bryan
- 4107 Lake Atlas Dr in Bryan
- 220 Rock Prairie Rd in College Station
All pumpkin proceeds will go towards house sponsorships for next year.
From October 16-18, Brenham will be hosting their annual festival in honor of local artists. Activities will include live music, street art, street food and more.
COVID-19 isn't stopping this non-profit from providing fall fun for pups and their owners. On Sunday October 25, Wienerspiel is hosting a socially distanced event that involves you and your pet visiting 10 sponsors, taking a photo, and tagging Wienerspiel on social media. Afterward, you'll be able to pick up your medal at Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater.
Throughout the fall months, Century Square will be hosting the Front Porch Concert Series where attendees can hear local musicians and even join in on the fun with open-mic night. So enjoy the fall weather and listen so some tunes all season long.
The city of Brenham will be hosting concerts throughout the month of October! The concert series will be taking place Oct. 10, 16, 17, and 24, with artists including The Damn Torpedos, Texas Unlimited Band, Escape and the Austin party Band.
This antique fair is celebrating its 51st year in Round Top! From October 26-3, shop unusual and one-of-a-kind antiques.
Wherever you go in the Brazos Valley, farmers markets are available for residents to enjoy fresh seasonal favorites from local vendors. Check your city's website to see when they host your local farmers market.
A list of a few local farmers markets in Bryan-College Station and other fall activities can be found HERE.