Saturday is here!

The upcoming weekend is extra long for many New Jersey families, with a number of local school districts celebrating Columbus Day with a day off on Monday, October 11. Spend Columbus Day weekend at haunting seasonal events, including Wagner Farm Arboretum Brite Nites Drive-Thru, Happy Haunts at The Red Mill, and Harvest Moon Nights at Alstede Farm. Plus, swing by local fall festivals in Cranford, and Dunellen.

If you’re looking for things to do on Monday, many weekend activities, such as Six Flags Great Adventure’s Fright Festand October Fun at Storybook Land, have added an extra day of activities. Another idea is taking a drive to New York State. Fall foliage is in full swing. 
Taking a drive to Vermont, it’s spectacular this time of year. Hotel accommodations might be a little difficult, since everyone loves to go there for Columbus Day weekend.
There are many interesting activities for families and individuals, such as taking a tour at the Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory or driving up Auto Toll Road to get to the top of summit ridge.

Rhode Island has the Scituate arts festival.

The 55th annual Scituate Art Festival (October 9-11, 2021)! Is happening this weekend with the very best selection of fine art, craft, and antiques in the area.

Please visit the website for more information:

Just a few ideas what to do, to spend some time with the family. You have heard about “ get your ducks in a row,” this pic is “ get your seagulls in a row.”

Contributors : Mommy Poppins, Joe S.

Published by thetimessite

I’m the founder of Enjoy Weekend Guide. Running multiple businesses has its challenges, yet I love it. I’m also the CEO/Founder of Mountain Creek Coffee, family- owned business. So just a little about me and my endeavors that keep me busy.

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