How to get in the Fall spirit in South Florida

Can you believe it is already October? Halloween is right around the corner! While it may not feel like the fall season in sunny South Florida it is time to bring out the fall decorations. Some simple additions to your homes entry way can really make your guests get in the holiday spirit. A few pumpkins are a great way to make a home inviting, and can be fun to decorate with family and friends! There are a few pumpkin patches in the South Florida area you can visit to begin your fall decorating. Some of them include:

 

First United Methodist Church of Coral Springs

8650 W Sample Road

Coral Springs, FL 33065

(954)752-0333

Have fun and give back to the community. Each pumpkin sale benefits someone in need!

Pumpkin Patch at Little Farm Miami-Dade

13401 SW 224 Street

Goulds, FL 33170

(305) 258-3186

A traditional family farm that allows you to enjoy nature while choosing your pumpkin! Once you’re there make sure to stop by their petting farm and maybe get a scarecrow kit.

Flamingo Road Nursery

1655 Flamingo Road

Davie, FL 33325

(954) 476-7878

You can get a full halloween experience at the Flamingo Road Nursery. Make sure to stop by their Harvest Market and pick up some goodies!

 

Also, don’t forget on October 24th and 25th to check out the Coral Springs Halloween Haunted House. The haunted boardwalk will be at the Coral Springs Gymnasium, 2501 Coral Springs Drive. Children will wander through a non-scary haunted house that weaves through the indoor classrooms and then have a chance to play in bounce houses and slides. Trick-or-treaters will get their share of candy as they leave. The haunted house is scheduled for Friday, October 24 from 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, October 25 from 2 to 6:30 p.m. The cost is $5 per child, $2 per adult. Hope to see you there!

 

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