September went by in a flash.  And the colorful month of October has officially arrived.  I have said many times how much I love the weather in October on Bainbridge Island.  It is sunny.  It is crisp, but cold and the colorful leaves make a perfect backdrop for many fun activities on the island.  There is no excuse to sit around in October.  Here are 10 things to do this month:

Fall on Bainbridge Island | Jen Pells | Realtor

1. Bon Fire Pizza at the Taproom | Friday, Oct. 3rd, 3pm-9pm at Bainbridge Island Brewing

Bon Fire Ovenworks will be at the taproom with their mobile brick oven. Go and enjoy great pizza with friends and your favorite brew.

2. Super Squash Scavenger Hunt | Oct. 4th – Nov. 2nd at Bloedel Reserve

The Super Squash Scavenger Hunt  is included with admission to the Reserve. Tour the pumpkins, search for squash and just enjoy the colors at Bloedel in the fall. Children will be given a special map to help find the all the hidden squash around the grounds and once completed, will receive a prize. Suyematsu Pumpkin Patch on Bainbridge Island

3. Find the Perfect Pumpkin | Anytime in October at Suyematsu Farm

Pick your pumpkin from the vine.  Go on a hay ride and play in the hay maze.  Pumpkins, squash and other fall produce for sale.

4. HOWL-o-ween | Oct. 26th, 1-4pm at IslandWood

Bring Your Own Pumpkin. A community favorite for ten years running. Free but Pre-registration required.

5. Little Shop of Horrors | Oct. 10th-26th at Bainbridge Performing Arts

One of the longest-running off-Broadway shows of all time, this affectionate spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies has become a household name and will be on stage on Bainbridge for the month of October.  Buy tickets here.

Fall on Bainbridge Island | Jen Pells | Realtor6. Eagledale Apple Festival | Oct. 18th, 2-4pm at HeyDay Farm

An open house at Heyday Farm. Celebrate the wonderful apples in the neighborhood and enjoy cider pressed from their old fashioned apple press. If you have your own apples to bring and a jug, they’ll press them for you and give you juice to take home. No apples that have fallen on the ground, please (although they do take those for their pigs). The event is free with no registration required.

7. Pumpkin Walk | Oct. 17th & 18th 6-8pm at Bainbridge Gardens

The Pumpkin Walk is a fun, festive, family-oriented event hosted by Bainbridge Gardens. The proceeds of this popular, non-scary event benefit the Bainbridge Island Boys and Girls Club. Food and games. Donation at the door.

8. Spooky Woods Forest Walk | Oct. 18th-Nov. at Bainbridge Island Parks

Forest Walk from dusk on October 18th until noon on November 1st. Location to be determined – check here for exact location. Decorated forest trails. No characters. Unguided.  Bring your flashlight. Go anytime. Free.

9. Farm Dinner | Oct. 25th, 6-8pm at HeyDay Farm

Enjoy a casual evening on the farm with live acoustic music and appetizers in the barn then join fellow island foodies in the historic farmhouse and share a fall family style meal of food right from the farm. $75 per person. Reserve tickets here.  

10. Downtown Trick or Treat | Oct. 31st, 4-6pm in Downtown Winslow

Wear your costume and join all of your island neighbors on Winslow Way and trick or treat from shop to shop. Family fun.  Spooky music. Hot cider.  And don’t forget the pumpkin ice cream at Mora.

 

Suyematsu Farms Pumpkin Patch

 

Oh, so glad we went last weekend . . . the weather was perfect pumpkin patch weather.  But, if you have not gone, it looks like there will be some sun out on Sunday afternoon, but bring your rain (mud) boots after our recent damp weather.

Click here for a list of  Pumpkin Patch Locations On and Beyond Bainbridge.

 

Suyematsu Pumpkin Patch Collage 2011

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