GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – It’s time to get out your sweaters and comfy boots, and enjoy your favorite pumpkin spice treat.
Fall arrived Thursday (Sept. 22) at 9:21 a.m.
In Northeast Wisconsin, it’s all about the fall colors, Green Bay Packers football, and hunting season.
Halloween enthusiasts are plotting spooky lawn displays.
Pumpkin patches and apple orchards are offering families a chance frolic in the warmth and color of autumn.
So here’s to jumping in a pile of leaves, curling up on the couch with a big mug of coffee, watching scary movies, and enjoying a hard cider or pumpkin beer.
Here are somethings to do this fall:
Go on a fall color drive. Let Travel Wisconsin’s Fall Color Report be your guide to the foliage. Click here for the map.
Visit a pumpkin patch or festival. Click here for a list of events.
Visit an orchard or go on a hayride. Click here for a list of events.
Decorate your home with spooky style. Click here for some ideas.
Make a pumpkin roll, pumpkin cookies, or pumpkin bread! Click here for some recipe ideas.
Get scared silly. Click here for a list of some of the best horror films of all time.
(This story has been updated to reflect that fall starts at 9:21 a.m., not 9:34 a.m. as previously reported.)