With the arrival of the autumnal equinox, the changing of the seasons has ushered in the arrival of pumpkin-spiced everything, apple picking, and Hocus Pocus memes. While some people shake their heads at the “basic” traditions of the fall season, I warmly embrace them like an oversized flannel on a crisp October afternoon.

Pumpkin picking, hay rides, haunted houses, frolicking in a corn field -- you can count me in for all of it. I think there is magic in the fall season, and it brings a sense of community each year with family-friendly events popping up in every neighborhood.

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When it comes to my favorite fall activity, it’s hard to pick just one, but I would have to go with a trip to a pumpkin patch and pumpkin carving. My creation is never quite up to par for the Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, but the time spent with friends and the pumpkin beer that tends to accompany the activity is the perfect night for me.

For Gazelle, he’s all about fall fashion. He lives in his red and black plaid button-up, and I don’t blame him. ‘Tis the season.

For Michael, it’s all about football, food and family.

Fall in New England is the last chance to get outside before the bitter cold hits us. It’s a time for gathering with loved ones and being thankful for the simple pleasures in life. For those reasons, it will always be my favorite season.

Fall-inspired events continue to be announced daily and it’s tough to keep up, so keep scrolling for the ultimate calendar of fall-inspired events on the SouthCoast that will have you living your best life this fall season.

The Ultimate Fall Calendar: What To Do & Where To Go on The SouthCoast This Season

Don't miss out on some fall fun this season. Whether you are looking for family-friendly events or down-right scary ones, this Fall calendar has you covered.

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