We’re all set to fall back an hour this weekend when Daylight Saving Time ends, but there’s no reason to fall back on the fun! There’s plenty to do after dark.
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Celebrate Dio de los Muertos with mariachis, face painting, altar displays, sugar skulls and more. And don’t miss our countdown of Halloween happenings!
Out in the field, in a cage at the zoo, on a vintage train – you’ll find pumpkins everywhere this weekend! Catch a pumpkin festival now before they wither on the vine.
Who says your Oktoberfest days are behind you? Take the kids to these family-friendly fests and show them how the Chicken Dance is done. Our fall calendar is bursting!
Whip up some slime, dissect pumpkins and mingle with spiders — all in the name of science — at these spooky attractions, which will magically disappear at the end of the month.
Bend your kids into yoga poses, step out with your pooch or take a swing at a brand-new sport! And don’t miss our fall list of pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Yee haw!
When you see the list of kid-friendly stage shows running this weekend, you might break out in song! Take your little “Glee” fans to a live production.
Show your kids what makes us tick at two body-centric exhibits, then watch the biggest bodies of them all compete in the sumo wrestling championships. There’s tons to do this weekend!
The ocean’s calling! Beat the heat and head out to sea with these briny weekend events. Tour a tall ship, spot whales, learn to paddle and more. No sweat!
Teach your kids all about Labor Day and then celebrate for three whole days! Or take the long weekend to get back-to-school ready.