Fall Is Finally Here! Here’s How to Celebrate in Eagle

A Fall Lineup You Can’t Miss

By Veronica LeMaster

Crisp air, football season, color changing leaves, and pumpkin spice everything- Fall is finally here. In Eagle, there are many activities to celebrate the change in season. We lined up our favorites that are sure to satisfy your fall craving- or make you want more!

Eagle Harvest Festival

Kick off the fall season with our favorite annual festival! On Saturday, October 12 from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., Heritage Park in Eagle will be filled with all things fall. This market will include free pumpkin decorating, mini horses, live music, food, kids’ games, a donut on a string competition, and a park filled with local vendors ready to get you in the Autumn mood. Support local businesses and kick off Autumn at the same time. This event is free to the family and is sure to have something that everyone will love!

Historic Downtown Walking Tour

Ever wondered the history behind the city of Eagle? Pam Kelch, Assistant Curator for the Eagle Museum, will tell you all you need to know while strolling through historic downtown Eagle. Meet at the Eagle Museum on September 7 or 28 at 3 p.m. ready to walk, learn, and say hello to fall as it starts rolling in. This event is free, and is intended for those ages 10 and up.

Succulent Pumpkins

Can you ever have enough fall décor? We think not! Grab your friends and family members to learn how to create succulent pumpkin arrangements! Spend the evening learning about succulents and how to care for them while creating your own living succulent arrangement on top of a 5” tiger pumpkin. This activity will be held at the Eagle Landing Community Center on October 4 from 6-8 p.m. and is for those ages 12 and up. To register, visit cityofeagle.org/recreation.

Halloween Stage Makeup

Prepare for Halloween by learning the best techniques for themed makeup and face paints! This class is for children ages 10-14 and will teach them how to transform themselves for Halloween. Create Craft Studio will be teaching them all they need to know on October 26 from 1-3 p.m. To reserve a spot, visit cityofeagle.org/recreation.

Halloween Kid’s Trick-or-Treating

Dress up the young one’s in their costumes for this pre-Halloween trick-or-treat event! Children from ages 0-6 are invited to Edgewood Spring Creek Senior Living Center to visit with residents, make crafts, and get treats to kickoff Halloween! The event is on October 25 from 6-7 p.m.

Yappy Hour

Our furry friends love fall, too! On September 3rd and November 5th, you and your pooch are invited to Eagle’s pop up dog park. Kick up your legs, grab a cold one, and let your dog off his leash! Yappy hour will be having not only your dog socializing, but will have you yapping to other fur parents while your pup plays in a safe environment! Location and times vary, so visit cityofeagle.org/recreation for more details!








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