Fresh Sweet Corn in October?

Fresh Sweet Corn in October?
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October 2nd, 2010 | Susan McKee | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: fall, food, Illinois

New England Fall Things To Do Guide

New England Fall Things To Do Guide
fall in New England means harvest time . Wine tastings,  apple picking, and leaf peeping outings are great side trip ideas for visitors to Boston at this time of year. Enjoy the country air, the changing of the season, and the pleasure of eating a crisp, red apple picked fresh from the tree. Nashoba Valley Winery (92 Wattaquadock Hill Rd., Bolton)(Map) This hillside winery orchard also makes award-winning wines like blueberry merlot and a Pinot Gris. On weekends  informative tours of the wine making...
September 20th, 2010 | Maria Olia | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: fall

September in the South

September in the South
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September 2nd, 2010 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
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San Diego Botanic Garden – Encinitas

San Diego Botanic Garden – Encinitas
San Diego Botanic Garden, formerly Quail Botanical Gardens, has some new classes coming up this fall that will appeal to everyone! fall classes  are can be found on their website at www.sdbgarden.org. – details are below, but some of the new classes are: Green Roofs and Urban Sustainability Planning an Eco-Friendly Holiday Flower Photography Artistic Effects Coming up on Saturday, October 24 from 10-Noon is a Free Composting Workshop.  Learn how to compost...
October 21st, 2009 | Pam Nagata | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: Botanic garden, botanical garden, botanical gardens, children, Children's Garden, Encinitas, fall, gardens, green, how to, information, nature, North County Coastal, plants, San Diego, san diego county

Apple Picking Time in Arizona

Arizona’s apple season is under way! Courtesy of Apple Annie's Orchard Originally from the Midwest, my favorite season is the fall and apple picking became an annual treat to kick off the season.  I continue to celebrate the tradition in the Southwest by picking Red and Golden Delicious, Rome Beauty, Criterion, Fuji, Granny Smith, Jonathan and Pink Lady apples at Apple Annie’s Orchard in Willcox.  Each year, nearly 75,000 people show up at Apple Annie’s from September through November...
September 28th, 2009 | Heather Wright Schlichting | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Apple Annie's Orchard, Apple Picking, apple pie, apples, Arizona, fall, fall events, Family Friendly, Kaley O'Kelley, Scenic & Short Trips, Willcox

2009 Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnivals across Hong Kong

... posts: Mid-Autumn Thematic Lantern Exhibition Creative October in Hong Kong 8 Traditional and Modern Festivals in Hong Kong this fall Tags: autumn, carnivals, chinese festivals, culture, Events, exhibitions, fall, Family Friendly, History & Information, lantern festival, mid-autumn festival, music, Outdoors & Recreation, paper lanterns, parks, The Arts, traditions, victoria park ...
September 22nd, 2009 | Jessy DB | Read More | Comments: 3
Filed under: autumn, carnivals, chinese festivals, culture, Events, exhibitions, fall, Family Friendly, History & Information, lantern festival, mid-autumn festival, music, Outdoors & Recreation, paper lanterns, parks, The Arts, traditions, victoria park

Mid-Autumn Thematic Lantern Exhibition

... posts: 2009 Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnivals across Hong Kong Creative October in Hong Kong 8 Traditional and Modern Festivals in Hong Kong this fall Tags: Attractions, autumn, chinese festivals, culture, Events, exhibitions, fall, Family Friendly, History & Information, lantern festival, mid-autumn festival, moon cakes, Outdoors & Recreation, paper lanterns, parks, The Arts, traditional practices, traditions, waterfronts ...
September 22nd, 2009 | Jessy DB | Read More | Comments: 2
Filed under: Attractions, autumn, chinese festivals, culture, Events, exhibitions, fall, Family Friendly, History & Information, lantern festival, mid-autumn festival, moon cakes, Outdoors & Recreation, paper lanterns, parks, The Arts, traditional practices, traditions, waterfronts

5 Great Reasons to Fall in Love with Hawaii this Fall

... It’s always pretty much the same here in Hawaii: warm and sunny.  There are really only two seasons here in the islands: wet or dry.  With fall quickly approaching, there are just a few things that are different: the kids go back to school, there are fewer tourists, the waves get bigger on the northern coast, and the landscape begins to turn a deeper shade of green.  For those reasons alone, here’s are some reasons to fall in love with Hawaii this fall. Bishop Museum: If the kids...
September 19th, 2009 | byun | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: autumn, bishop museum, fall, Haleiwa, hiking, Pearl Harbor, travel deals, Travel Tips - General Information

5 Fun Washington, DC Activities for Fall

The fall season is just a couple days away and a beautiful time in and around Washington, DC.  The leaves on the trees are changing, the summer heat and humidity is gone and the lack of summer tourists makes getting into museums, exhibits, events and other vacation hot spots significantly easier.  So here’s five fun ideas for fall; many of which I’ll have multiple posts on The DC Traveler in the near future with all the details. Enjoy the Beautiful fall Colors –  From Skyline Drive...
September 19th, 2009 | Jon Rochetti | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, Events, fall, Family Friendly, Halloween, oktoberfest, Washington DC, wine-festival

13 Things to Enjoy in Seattle in the Fall

fall is a great time in Seattle.  The days can be sunny and cold, with a nice bit of crispness about it.  You know that the rain is just around the corner, but till then, you just want to take it all in and enjoy. Here are my recommendations for how to enjoy a Seattle fall: Go for a walk.  Bundle up, it will be getting chilly, but there’s nothing like an Indian summer walk. Catch a flick at the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, one of the most respected GLBT film festivals in the U.S. ...
September 17th, 2009 | Mary Jo Manzanares | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: autumn, changing seasons, Events, fall, fall activities, fall events, fall foliage, History & Information, oktoberfest, Scenic & Short Trips, Seattle fall events, Shopping, Sound Like a Local - Local "speak", Travel Tips - General Information

Best places near Chicago to see the leaves change in the fall

It’s that time of year when the green leaves of summer take on the fall glories of reds, yellows and vivid oranges. Within driving range from Chicago are some of the best places to see the leaves change, grab a pumpkin, and pick some apples. Consider this your tip sheet for the Midwest’s best spots for leaf views. WISCONSIN Kettle Moraine, Northern and Southern Units Distance from Chicago: 133 miles to Kewaskum; 150 miles to Elkhart Lake. Peak Season: Mid October. This 25-mile drive...
September 17th, 2009 | Lisa Davis | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Chicago, fall, fall drives, fall-colors, Hotels & Places to Stay, leaves, Midwest, News, sports and recreation

7 Things to Experience in Lisbon in the Fall 2009

If you happen to be in Lisbon this fall, these are a few things you might not want to miss. The cold sets in and the colours change. It’s a great time to hide indoors… It’s excellent for a hike too. Visit Experimenta Design 2009 This International Biennal will be held in Lisbon until the 8th of October. You can read my review on this event or check the program.   Join a Magusto With fall, we love eating roasted chestnuts and drink a sort of cheap wine (but good). We sometimes gather around...
September 16th, 2009 | Alexandre Kühl Oliveira | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, boutique, Clubing, eating, fall, Family Friendly, gourmet, Hotels & Places to Stay, jazz, lux, News, Outdoors & Recreation, Restaurants & Bars, sintra, The Arts

8 Traditional and Modern Festivals in Hong Kong this Fall

... are more and more events and happenings to look forward to.   Here’s a list of sure fire ways to experience the thriving city of Hong Kong this fall.     1. Hong Kong Wetland Dragonfly Festival   Through till 30 September, the Hong Kong Wetland Park is offering a fun-filled excursion for families and friends across the region. This thematic exhibition takes you into the world of dragonflies, with paper-cutting arts roving exhibitions, DIY workshops, dragonfly tours, performing arts, snapshot...
September 14th, 2009 | Jessy DB | Read More | Comments: 5
Filed under: architecture, Attractions, autumn, autumn remembrance, chinese festivals, ching ming festival, chung yeung festival, circus, conferences, culture, dining, Events, exhibitions, fall, Family Friendly, fireworks, hiking, History & Information, incense, journey to the west, lantern festival, mid-autumn festival, monkey god, monkey god festival, moon cakes, national day, opera, Outdoors & Recreation, paper lanterns, parks, performing arts, Performing Arts - Theater & Dance, Restaurants & Bars, seminars, soho, spring remembrance, The Arts, the peak, traditional practices, traditions, victoria park, wine, workshops

All for Fall Gourmet Taste-Off

Meet the top chefs at Pacific Place in a friendly little fall cook off.  Chefs from Gordon Biersch, Il Fornaio, Mexico, Pike Place Chowder and Thai Ginger will prepare menu items using one key fall ingredient – the humble butternut squash.  The cook off will be hosted by television personality John Curley, and have a judging panel of celebrity chefs, as we find out just who can take that simple squash and turn it into a culinary masterpiece. While all the food prep and cooking is going on, the...
September 12th, 2009 | Mary Jo Manzanares | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: butternut squash, chefs, cook off, cooking demonstrations, Events, fall, Food & Beverage, food events, Pacific Place, People Watching, Sound Like a Local - Local "speak", taste off

4 Wonderful Ways to Experience in Los Angeles in the Fall

... but you are so wrong. We have mountains, deserts, beaches, and–yes–also an eternal flower-filled Spring, which occurs even in fall. Perhaps it won’t rain, but it does get crisp from fall-ish weather or a blistering Santa Ana. Confused? Don’t be. This is the land of all things possible. San Bernardino National Forest 1. San Bernardino National Forest: this sprawling mountain playground offers lakes for canoeing and fishing, abundant hiking and biking trails. Apple orchards...
September 11th, 2009 | M. L. Johnson | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: Attractions, beach, desert, Events, fall, Family Friendly, Griffith Observatory, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Zoo, Mojave Desert, mountains, News, Outdoors & Recreation, Restaurants & Bars, San Bernardino National Forest, Santa Monica

Top 10 Vegas Autumn Adventures

Awww, fall.  After those brutal 115 degree summer days, fall is heavenly.  What many people forget is that Vegas is the epicenter of the outdoor world with a wealth of great nearby destinations.  fall is the perfect time to put the top down, let the breeze tangle your hair and have a great outdoor adventure.  Pick some vine-ripened fruit; gawk at the fall colors; wade in a stream; soak in the last sun of summer; enjoy a wine walk or an outdoor concert, or just wander without...
September 11th, 2009 | Lynn Goya | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: 50+, all ages, children, fall, Family Friendly, get-away, Just a Bit Weird - Fun & Quirky Places, kids, music, nevada, Sound Like a Local - Local "speak", staycation, vegas, Vegas vacation, wine

CBS News Travel Editor Names Colorado as a Surprising Spot for Fall Foliage

Last night, in Denver we had a small cold front move in. When I woke up this morning, I knew that fall was in the air. I could feel it and smell it. I love fall for so many reason and one being the gorgeous fall foliage! Colorado fall Foliage at its Finest! I have lived in several states over the last 9 years, but none have compared to the fall foliage that Colorado has to offer and the newly named CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg agrees! In an articled entitled “Surprising Spots To...
September 9th, 2009 | thedenverguide | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: affordable travel, fall, Outdoors & Recreation, september splendor in the rockies

Five Favourite Ways to Enjoy Edinburgh in the Autumn

...  End in Stockbridge itself, which has plenty of warm cafes, pubs, and restaurants. Photo courtesy of chaitrygirl Tags: Attractions, autumn, fall ...
September 7th, 2009 | Andy Hayes | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, autumn, fall

Top Five Things to do in San Diego in the Fall!

San Diego in the fall is my favorite time of year. It’s still warm during the day but the evenings start to cool off. It’s back to school and ready for the holidays! Here are my top Five Things to do in San Diego in the fall! Bates Nut Farm [Map] It isn’t October without a visit to the Pumpkin Patch at Bates Nut Farm! The Bates Nut Farm has become well known for its special events held throughout the year on the 100 acre ranch. You’ll love coming out and having a picnic...
September 7th, 2009 | The San Diego Guide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: air show, Attractions, autumn, bates nut farm, Events, Excursions, fall, Fall Fun, Family Friendly, festival, holidays, julian, oktoberfest

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