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East Valley Fall Fun


Despite what the weather man has to say, fall season is upon us! Time for hearty soups, fun fall clothes, and pumpkins! One of the best parts about living in the east valley is the close access to some great fall activities. Check the links for more details on the following upcoming events.

One Time Events or Festivals

There is lots to do in the east valley this fall. Some of the following events have free admission for the whole family so be sure to click on the links to get further details.

Mom’s Night Out (Okay this one is just for moms). Come join members of the East Valley Moms Blog for some fun hula dancing and delicious Hawaiian desserts! Thursday September 26th from 7-9 pm.

San Tan Brewing Oktoberfest. October 5 in Chandler.

Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake. October 11-13 in Tempe.

AZ State Fair. October 11- November 3 in Phoenix.

Halloween Carnival. October 26 in Tempe.

Dia de los Muertos Festival. October 26-27 in Mesa.

Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook Off. November 8-10 in Chandler.

Festival of the Superstitions. November 9-10 in Apache Junction.

Mesa Turkey Trot. November 28 in Mesa.

Local Farms

The following local farms have a variety of activities including hay rides, corn mazes and of course a pumpkin patch. Check out the following links to find the farm that suits your family best.

Schnepf Farms

Dewitt Stables

Vertuccio Farms

Mother Natures Farm

I hope this helps you get some ideas for your fall bucket list! You don’t even have to drive very far to make it to any of these events. Check daily deal websites such as for deals to the farms.

What is your favorite fall event? What did I miss?



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