What do people think of when they hear the word “fall?” The obvious answer would be pumpkin spice themed food or even other products.
Concerts are great examples of fall related activities and here are some events that would spice up the fall season. Hosted at the Capital One Arena (formerly the Verizon Center) in Washington D.C., Imagine Dragons perform on November 5, BewhYs First US Tour ‘The Blind Star’ on November 9, and Lady Gaga’s Joanne Tour on November 19 are upcoming concerts that people may enjoy.
While concerts can be a fun activity for a family to attend, they can be very costly for a student on a tight budget. Not to fear––there are many upcoming fall events around the Oakland Mills and Columbia area to choose from. For the superstitious, from September 1 to December 1, the Historic Savage Mills Ghost Tours will feature myths and urban legends that still haunt Savage Mills residents to this day. If people are into food or even fresh and organic produce, then the Howard County Producers-Only Farmers Market––on every Sunday until November 19––would be a great event to attend.
There are several events hosted by the Columbia Association. On October 7, CAMPFIRE, from 4-6pm, is a discounted registration for everyone that wants to experience the numerous fun aspects of camping. CARNEVIL is hosted at the Merriweather Park in Symphony Woods and transforms into a Halloween wonderland filled with demented clowns, sideshow freaks, and so much more. It runs on selected nights between October 13. through November 15.
Fall is a lovely season for outdoor or indoor events for everyone; they just have to make the right choice.