Things to do this Fall around Norman and OKC

October 8th, 2021 by

Pumpkin Spice lovers rejoice because the fall season is upon us. Autumn is filled with warm colors, changing leaves, cooler temperatures, a nice breeze, and a slew of fun events happening all around our great city of Norman, Oklahoma.

If you’re looking for the traditional pumpkin patch experience, check out the annual McFarlin Pumpkin Patch. The pumpkin patch is open daily until 7 p.m. until October 31st! Click here for more details and directions.

Make sure to check out the Norman Farm Market before it closes up for the winter. The market is open until the last Tuesday in October. The market was originally established to provide growers an outlet for their agricultural products and a place for consumers to find homegrown, local items. It was voted in the top 20 medium-level markets in the nation. The Norman Farm Market started in 1980 and has continued to grow in size while serving a variety of fruits and vegetables, flowers, and more. Click here for more information!

On Sunday the 31st, The Greens Country Club is hosting a Kids Halloween Festival and Parade. There are going to be planned events lasting the entire day! You can expect a mummy brunch, moon bounces, caricature artists, pumpkin painting, fall crafts, farm animals, games, Halloween parade where you can decorate your scooter, golf cart, or bike, and more! The Greens Country Club is also hosting several other Halloween events this year too. Click here to learn more!

Trick or treating is a classic staple of Halloween fun but if you don’t want to walk around a neighborhood, check out the trunk or treat at ​​Bethel Baptist Church! Get more details on this event here!

Remember, if you need a new car this fall season – come by and see us at Landers Chevrolet of Norman, Oklahoma!

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