100 Things To Do In The Fall

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  1. Go on a fall leaf tour
  2. Go to a haunted house
  3. Buy a pumpkin spice latte
  4. Pay for someone else’s pumpkin spice latte
  5. Make applesauce
  6. Bake an apple pie or apple crisp
  7. Ding- Dong “boo” neighbors
  8. Geocaching
  9. Paint #kindnessrocks and leave in your community (My community has a local rock page on Facebook)
  10. Make a pumpkin pie
  11. Make a pumpkin cheesecake
  12. Bake apples in the crockpot
  13. Make a pinecone bird feeder (Peanut Butter and seeds)
  14. Take a hike
  15. Make a chocolate pumpkin trifle
  16. Make a batch of mulled apple cider
  17. Throw a kid Halloween party with a pinata.
  18. Make apple prints
  19. Sort leaves by shape, color, and size
  20. Go on a scavenger hunt
  21. Visit a local craft store and pick up some decor
  22. Go on a hayride
  23. Have a bonfire
  24. Roast s’mores… try different varieties like peanut butter cup or another candy bar!
  25. Create a Fall card and send it to a friend in the mail.
  26. Attend a fall fair or festival
  27. Create a DIY decor for your front door or gate
  28. Check out fall books from the library
  29. Learn how to crochet
  30. Learn how to knit
  31. Check out a race in your area
  32. Try different varieties of apples
  33. Create Apple Chips in the oven or dehydrator
  34. Paint a pumpkin
  35. Go to a pumpkin patch
  36. Carve a pumpkin
  37. Check out all the cider mills in your area
  38. Create your own PSL
  39. Have a fall picnic
  40. Try out a hay maze
  41. Go for a hayride
  42. Make leaf rubbings
  43. Pay for a stranger’s coffee
  44. Plant tulips or other bulbs
  45. Go to a farmer’s market
  46. Watch a scary movie
  47. Watch Hocus Pocus
  48. Watch The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown
  49. Have a Harry Potter Movie marathon
  50. Roast pumpkin seeds – Try different seasonings
  51. Go to a murder mystery party, Escape Room, or a Puzzle Ride
  52. If you’re up for it, try a haunted corn maze
  53. Go for a walk in the crisp air
  54. Make some peach apple cobbler (Cranberry/Apple/Peach Cobbler)
  55. “Mummy wrap” a friend with toilet paper
  56. Go to the zoo
  57. Check out downtown
  58. Make some homemade soup
  59. Check out your local nature center
  60. Make a yummy stew in the crockpot
  61. Make some homemade chili
  62. Sip some mulled cider
  63. Make your own mulled wine
  64. Enjoy a glass of wine while sitting around an outdoor fire
  65. Donate to a food bank or shelter
  66. Volunteer at a soup kitchen
  67. Go apple picking
  68. Decorate sugar cookies
  69. Bob for apples
  70. Eat donuts with no hands
  71. Go trick or treating
  72. Go to a trunk or treat
  73. Bake a pumpkin side for dinner
  74. Snuggle in front of a fire
  75. Have an at-home date night
  76. Make caramel apples
  77. Crochet or knit a blanket
  78. Tailgate for a football game
  79. Cheer on your favorite football team
  80. Play a pickup game of touch football
  81. Crochet a football helmet hat
  82. Paint your nails spooky colors
  83. Eat candy corn
  84. Make a fall trail mix
  85. Take fall pictures
  86. Make homemade pumpkin puree
  87. Cook a turkey
  88. Celebrate Thanksgiving with friends or family
  89. Drink a homemade butterbeer
  90. Create a Thankful Jar with the family
  91. Do a scarecrow craft
  92. Do a turkey craft
  93. Make fresh tomato soup in the crockpot
  94. Make a thankful table cloth
  95. Jump in a leaf pile
  96. Rake your neighbors’ leaves
  97. Make a salted caramel latte
  98. Make sweet potato casserole
  99. Crochet arm warmers
  100. Subscribe to our family’s Youtube Channel at KrisandLarry
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