October 3, 2013 by BettyCupcakes
One of the best things about living in New England are the festivals. It seems like there are festivals for everything: the Fluff festival, the apple pie festival, the blueberry festival, art festivals, pumpkin festivals etc. You name it- we celebrate it.
If there isn’t a festival going on, we make our own. But that’s a post for another day.
The best part of any festival is the food. Usually there is a fantastic variety of treats (especially if a specific food being celebrated) and some great local vendors sharing their goodies. Y’all know I go hungry! Tip: don’t forget to bring cash! I’ve never been to a festival that took credit cards.
Lately, I’ve seen fall festivals popping up all over the place: flyers, Facebook, my mom’s group on Meetup. I wanted to keep a running list of what’s happening and I decided to share it with you!
October 2013 Fall Festivals on the South Shore
Nessralla Farm’s 6th Annual Corn Maze Fall Festival in Halifax, MA (runs 7 days a week 9/7/13 – 11/2/13)
Saturday October 5, 2013
National Cranberry Festival in Carver, MA (runs Saturday and Sunday)
Fall for Scituate in Scituate, MA
Saturday October 12, 2013
Cranberry Festival in Wareham, MA (runs Saturday and Sunday)
Saturday October 19, 2013
Saturday October 26, 2013
Children’s Magical Halloween Castle in South Boston, MA
As you can see, there is an adventure every weekend in October on the South Shore of Massachusetts. I’m going to save this post on my Adventures page for easy reference. Have fun exploring the South Shore and happy Fall festival-ing!
What are your favorite fall activities?