Fall Activities

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Being away from the mountains is hard for me, especially in the fall. I feel like most of my fall activities revolved around being outside or in the mountains as I grew up. Living in Texas I have had to find new fall traditions to get me into the festive mood. Recently, I learned about  EventBrite and their 24 Hour Fall Guide project, which is sharing fun fall events happening in my area. Eventbrite is a self-service ticketing platform that can help you put an event together with their event management software

1. Texian Market Days Open Tuesday-Saturday 9am-5pm. This is a "Texas Live History Event" that I am drooling over. It is all about living in the Texas History. They have weekend events, yummy food and local vendors. Sounds like my kind of event. "Texian Market Days is a living link to the sights, smells and activities of more than 150 years of Texas history. "  

2. Texas Renaissance Fair Runs from October 10-November 29, 9am-8pm. Okay, we have been to this event and it was a great experience. It is totally like going back in time. Every weekend is a themed event and pretty much everyone dresses up. When we went the theme was Barbarian and people took it seriously. So many great costumes. There is everything from jousting, festival feasting and live performances to vendors, games pony rides. If you get a chance this fall GO TO THIS EVENT!!

3. Old Town Spring This is not a fall only event. It is open year round but in the fall it really is just pure perfection. It is a quaint historical pocket that is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of Houston, Texas. This mile wide block is lined with fun shops and great restaurants. When there is not an event this little historic town still spills over with energy and excitement. It's great for a day date, family outing or date night. Take the time to check it out.

4. Hocus Pocus Pops: Every Year the Houston Symphony plays a fun and spooky Halloween special. The public is invited to wear their Halloween costumes. It is a great outing for families of all sizes. My husband and I like to go just for the fun of it.  


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