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Here are 10 fall events in Seattle that you don’t want to miss

Via pxfuel

We don’t know about you guys but we’re thinking it’s pretty safe to say that fall is here. And with that in mind, we’re in the mood for some fall events. So we thought it’d be a great time to take a peek at what’s happening in the city. Here are 10 fall events in Seattle that you don’t want to miss.

Local Sightings Film Festival

What’s a better way to spend fall than cozied up with a good movie? Well with Northwest Film Forum’s virtual Local Sightings Film Festival you can do just that. And you’ll be able to see over 135 shorts and features from Pacific Northwest filmmakers.

When: Through September 27
Where: Online
Cost: $50-$125

City of Tomorrow at SAM

If you like spending fall days at the museum then you won’t want to miss this upcoming show at the SAM. This show is unique in that it explores Virginia “Jinny” Wright and how she helped shape Seattle and it’s art spaces.

When: October 23-January 18
Where: 1300 First Ave
Cost: $79 Membership

Stalker Farms

Now if you want to go all out for some real spooky season fun, you should head to Stalker Farms. Because this year they have a super unique haunted drive-thru experience that is sure to scare you silly.

When: October 3-October 31
Where: 8705 Marsh Rd. Snohomish, WA
Cost: $125 per car

Pumpkin Picking and more

Now if you like the more wholesome side of spooky season you can head to Craven Farm. Because they have fun and activities for the whole family. You can expect a corn maze, pumpkin picking, farm animals, and even scarecrow building.

When: Through October 31
Where: 13817 Shorts School Rd, Snohomish, WA
Cost: Free Admission

Fresh Hop Festival

And if you want to get your drink on you need to check out the Fresh Hop Festival at The Growler Guys. But that being said, you should get on it because it ends on September 26. So get out there and try a delicious selection of fresh hop beers.

When: Through September 26
Where: 8500 Lake City Way
Cost: Free/Varies

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Outbound Herbivore Fall Vegan Mini Market

We all love a good market and if you’re plant-based you’re going to love this market even more. Outbound Herbivore is having a safe & socially distanced market with local vegan vendors. So you can get food and more while celebrating the start of fall!

When: September 26
Where: 4810 17th Ave NW
Cost: Free/Varies

Curator Tour: Fall Color in the Arboretum

We all love the beautiful fall colors our city sports. And if you’d like to learn and see a bit more you can enjoy a virtual tour of the Arboretum. You’ll learn a lot but specifically about some of the best-colored plants this beloved park has to offer.

When: October 12
Where: Online
Cost: $30

Rainier Beach Harvest Festival

This event is going online this year and that means you can celebrate falls bountiful harvest from home! And you’ll learn about and experience fall traditions from many cultures of the Rainier Beach community.

When: October 17
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Salish Mushrooms Fall Festival

This unique festival is happening online and you can participate in all sorts of events. So if you’re into all things mushrooms you’ll love this. And you can learn about foraging, poisonous mushrooms as well as quiz nights, morning virtual coffee chats, sourdough, and more.

When: Through October 31
Where: Online
Cost: $50

City Fruit Fall Orchard Work Parties

And finally, if you want to get hands-on with fall you can check out one of City Fruit’s Fall Orchard Work Parties. Because it’s always fun to lend a helping hand. And who knows who you’ll meet and what you’ll learn!

When: Multiple dates through November 21
Where: Varies
Cost: Free

Okay folks while fall is going to be a bit different this year, there’s still plenty to do. So get out there and have some fun. We hope you enjoy our list of fall events in Seattle. And if you check out one of these events be sure to let us know what you think!