What to do this weekend: Fall Weekend edition

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Columbus Fall Weekend is upon us. While many flee our beloved “creative capital” for brighter city lights or the comfort of a home-cooked meal, those who are staying on campus can indulge in many seasonal activities and other cool happenings in Providence. BlogDH has conveniently listed a few things to knock off your fall to-do list.

Boiler House Yoga Student Art Show and One Year Anniversary Celebration
Where: Boiler House Yoga (166 Valley Street, Providence)
When: All weekend
What: Boiler House Yoga is hosting a weekend of free and reduced rate classes! This is the perfect pre-Halloween detox.

Fright Night in the Park
Where: Slater Memorial Park (Pawtucket)
When: Friday and Saturday
What: Prepare yourself for the haunted tunnel.

Highland Farm’s Trails to Terror
Where: Highland Farm in Wakefield, RI
When: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
What: Haunted hayrides and scary stories by the campfire galore.

Spookyworld presents Terror in Rhode Island
Where: Mulligan’s Island in Cranston, RI
When: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
What: Spookyworld boasts its status as Rhode Island’s newest and darkest (what?) haunted scream park.

Annual Columbus Day Festival on Historic Federal Hill
Where: DePasquale Square
When: Sunday at 11 a.m.
What: Although we are not so keen on celebrating Columbus at Brown, I think we can all agree on the merits of food and entertainment. The festivities commence at 11:00 a.m.

Savoring Rhode Island Walking Tour
Where: 264 Atwells Avenue
When: Saturday
What: We all know Federal Hill is famous for its Italian grub.  Get a closer look at what the Hill has to offer by touring traditional and modern bakeries, an Italian wine shop, butchers and poultry markets, and specialty food shops.

Pumpkin Palooza
Where: Frerichs Farm in Warren, RI
When: Saturday and Sunday
What: Return to your childhood with every fall-related activity you could dream of.

Bite into a crisp apple, find yourself in a scenic field of pumpkins, jump into a pile of fall foliage, and have a relaxing weekend.

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