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Susan KlineOne of the things that I notice most when speaking with people in business today is how busy they are. We all seem to fill our schedules with activities for all of the moments of the day and don’t have a lot of time remaining to enjoy or appreciate the beauty around us.

Families busy themselves with jobs, school, and sports or other school related programs that keep our “schedules” vacant of anything spontaneous. Fall seems to be a season that doesn’t last long, but, has amazing beauty. Take a look at some of the area’s fall events.

Upcoming October Events in Brighton

(check out our online calendar for more)

  • Harvest Party, October 30th, 5 p.m., The Orchard Church
  • Scare Fair, October 28th, 6-8 p.m., Brighton Rec Center, Mike Dahl/Brad Willems, Remax Momentum
  • Fall Fun Fair, Chapel Hill Church, Oct. 31st, 6 p.m.
  • Halloween Spooktacular, Oct. 22nd, 3-5 p.m., Innovative Real Estate, Brighton
  • Witches Tea, October 29th, Noon – 3 p.m.

pumpkin-217087_1280It occurs to me that this season, with all of its beauty, should be enjoyed and we can take time to witness the leaves changing color and feel the changing of the seasons as this is truly a special time of year.

Our community is definitely going to celebrate Fall in October with its annual Harvest Festival being held in downtown Brighton on October 22nd from 12-4 p.m. Over 100 vendors will be there with candy for the kids and give-aways for the adults. It should be a marvelous event with music, food, and plenty of fun. Plan to stop by and enjoy the season.

Another Fall Festival will be happening at Sonflower Ranch on September 15th & 16th. They’re going to have a wine, cheese, and fudge tasting event with vendors who will have handcrafted items. Farm tours will be free on those days and it will be a great time for the whole family. Don’t miss these wonderful opportunities to enjoy Autumn 2016!

The Best of Fall to You!

Susan