Looking for fall fun this weekend? Take your family to one of the pumpkin patches in the Plano area, or check out one of these events!
Heritage Farmstead Museum
A fall family event celebrating our agricultural heritage. The Farmstead invites you to come and experience a “county fair” type atmosphere including tours of the historic Farrell Wilson home, wagon rides, Farm Fun Play Area, sheep sheering demonstrations, historic demonstrations, hands on activities, animal exhibits, live entertainment, food, contests, beverages and so much more. $10 per person, $8 HFM Member. Family Fun Pack $25 if you register in advance (4 admissions and 1 pumpkin)
Creekwood Fall Festival
Creekwood United Methodist Church
Attendees will be treated to a petting zoo, hay rides, face painting, carnival games, cake walks, a bounce house, balloon animals, hotdogs, popcorn and much more! Friends and families will have the opportunity to pose for portraits at the big red Creekwood barn, believed to be one of the oldest standing barns in Collin County.
Matt Tardy – Stunt Juggler
This high-energy show is filled with amazing juggling, contortion, audience participation, unbelievable stunts, and hilarious comedy. All ages
Oak Point Park
Haunt Jaunt is a night-time Halloween-theme
Pumpkins & Pets
Frisco Heritage Museum
Free activities for families. Pumpkin Decorating, kids can make a Family Tree with the help of the Preston Ridge Chapter – Daughters of the American Revolution, live animals and lots more.
Art in the Meadow
Connemara Conservancy, Allen
Connemara and Allen Arts Alliance team up to present “Art In The Meadow,” an afternoon of art and fun for the entire family. The event is free and open to the public. Live music plus a variety family activities including a pumpkin patch for photos, face painters, nature walks, hayrides, mazes, and other Fall related activities.