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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Pumpkin Village, Dallas Arboretum, Texas.

The time of year when Holidays take precedence above common daily life is fast approaching and I thought I would get an early start by giving you some options of what to visit this season and where.

First up is Halloween and of course we all like to decorate our home and yard with skillfully carved pumpkins, creepy crawlers, and other scary figurines and attributes. Some may go out of their way by transforming their yard into a work of art.

I sincerely doubt it will be as stunning and elaborate as the 50,000 pumpkins, gourds, and squash which are being used for Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum in Texas and all this creativity can be admired this fall from September 21st through November 27th this year.

You don't have to specifically wait for this seasonal event to visit the Dallas Arboretum. The 66-acre attraction offers something spectacular all year round like breath-taking gardens, festivals, concerts, art shows, and much more.

However, Pumpkin Village is a must see. There are activities galore for both young and old such as the Hay Bale Maze, great Pumpkin Search, Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch, The Adventures of Great Explorers, gourd decorating, family fun weekend, and a special children's concert on Columbus Day.

Some of these events are held on just one day or a specific weekend and I recommend you contact the Dallas Arboretum for the dates, entrance fees, and making reservations if need be.

There is plenty to do and see this fall and you really don't have to go out of your gourd to find it!

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