10/4: Pumpkins Aglow at Edaville USA – Back by popular demand. Come see our garden of endless jack-o-lanterns. Dress in your favorite Halloween Costume and join the Costume Parade. You can also trick-or-treat at the our rides in the park! Dinoland is included in this admission. 4:00pm – 9:00pm
$20 Ages 2-59
$17 Ages 60+
Under 2 are Free
All park rides and attractions included
10/4: Douglas Octoberfest – Vendors offer crafts, food, unique displays and games until dusk. Singers, dancers, and choral groups provide entertainment all day long. Families of all sizes enjoy games and activities like The Huge Slide, Moonwalk, Train and Obstacle Course. 9:00am-4:00pm
10/4: Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary Hey Day – Farm-related demonstrations, exhibits, and hands-on activities for all ages including cider pressing, canoeing, hay rides, local artisans, mini-maze, pumpkin painting, pony rides, children’s musician and live entertainment. 11:00am-5:00pm
10/4-11/2: Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo – The acclaimed Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular presented by Citizens Bank will return to Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence with shows running nightly from October 2nd through November 2nd. This highly anticipated annual event, created by artists and craftsmen of Passion for Pumpkins, features a breathtaking display of 5,000 illuminated jack-o-lanterns, with over 125 of them artistically carved and displayed in scenes to play out the annual theme.
When: October 2 – November 2, 6pm – 11pm, with the last admission at 10pm. On Saturdays, admission will be extended an hour, with the last admission at 11pm, and the trail closing at 12am.
Pricing: Monday – Thursday are $12 adults, $10 seniors and $9 for children ages 3 – 12, with children under three admitted for free. Admission prices on Friday – Sunday are $16 adults, $14 seniors and $13 children ages 3–12; children two and under are admitted for free.
10/4 – 10/5: Global Harvest Festival, Heifer Farm, Rutland – Enjoy a festive celebration that features Heifer’s Global Village where you can tour international homesteads, taste food from other countries, and meet the farm animals. Other hands-on activities like churning butter, roasting coffee, and digging potatoes will be on-going throughout the day.
You can also hop on a hay ride to our pumpkin patch, eat a delicious, farm-fresh lunch, or bring your own picnic. Face painting, potato sack races, scavenger hunts and more family-fun activities and crafts are packed into this globally themed and one-of-a-kind fall festival.
Admission is only $10 per vehicle, so guests are encouraged to fill a whole bus load! This event is held rain or shine. 10:00am-4:00pm
10/4 – 10/5: Celebrate the Harvest – Artisans Weekend, Tower Hill, Boylston – Harvest wreath workshop, live chanting performance, Fall crafts for kids, apple tasting, artisans and crafters, apple cooking demonstrations, and many more exhibits for this two day event. 9:00am-5:00pm
10/4: Hopedale Octoberfest – Beer & wine garden; Chowdah-Fest; over 30 food vendors including Montgomery Lodge handling the best bratwurst booth in the county; petting zoo & family fun area; and live music starts at 6pm in the beer garden.
10/4-10/5: Waters Farm Days Fall Festival – Animals, tractor pull, Lumberjack show, food, antique cars, maple sugaring demonstration and more! 10:00am-4:00pm
10/4: Rapscallion Oktoberfest, Sturbridge – Apple-picking, disc golf, live music by Big Jon Short and Drunk Stuntmen and the Tap Room. Family and dog friendly. Free admission. 12:00pm-10:00pm
10/5: Marlboro Heritage Festival – The Marlboro Regional Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 19th Annual Marlboro Heritage Festival. The festival celebrates the city’s rich heritage, and is a day of fun for the entire family. Free admission and parking.