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2017 Fall Fun Around St. Cloud

October 20th, 2017: Pumpkinfest

St. Cloud Parks and Recreation have planned their 2017 Pumpkinfest for the kids and family. The activities include trick or treat stations, hayrides, petting zoo, painting, and more! Alan Johnson, a comedy juggler, will be performing on stage from 4:30pm-6pm. Make sure the kiddos dress up in their favorite costumes!

This is a free event hosted at Lake George from 4pm-7pm.

For more information, visit:

November 3rd, 2017: Downtown St. Cloud Art Crawl

Four times a year, downtown St. Could hosts an Art Crawl for the community, and November 3rd is your last chance this year to check it out! Most of the businesses downtown host a variety of art, entertainment, and other various exhibitions, within a few blocks of each other. You can also check out the street artists, vendors, and musicians. The purpose of the Art Crawl is to connect the community with some of our local and regional artists.

The November 3rd Art Crawl will be from 5pm-9pm, down West St. Germain St, and between 5th Ave and 10th Ave N. (This gives you a chance to see the newly renovated 5th Ave!) More information at:

Molitor’s Haunted Acres

Molitor’s Haunted Acres is a HUGE attraction for the St. Cloud area every fall. Chances are, if you have lived in St. Cloud, you know exactly what I’m talking about. This year they are celebrating 20 years of spooky Halloween fun!

Their attractions include the Wagon of Doom Haunted Hayride, The Haunted House, The Cellar, an Interactive Live Zombie Shoot, and much more. General admission is $22.00 per person, fast pass admission is $40.00 per person, and the group rate is $18.00 per person of 25 or more. Tickets are only available on site and are open for purchase at 6:30pm (cash only).

Molitor’s Haunted Hayride begins Friday, October 6th, and runs every weekend until Sunday, October 29th. For more information, visit their website:

A & G Corn Maze

Fall brings pumpkin patches, hayrides, and caramel apples! You can find all this and more at A & G Corn Maze in St. Joseph, MN. A & G stood out to me because they have some classic fall activities, but they also have some unique activities, including zombie paintball, a corn cannon, pumpkin slingshot, a cow train, a giant jumping pillow, human foosball, and more! Their corn maze is 13+ acres, with an entrance for beginners and an entrance for experts (prices is $12 for adults, $8 for 11 year olds and younger.)

A & G is open from 11am-dark every Saturday and Sunday. Zombie paintball is on Friday and Saturday nights. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit:

Collegeville Orchards

Another place to get fall fun fix would be at the Collegeville Orchards, in St. Joseph, MN! At Collegeville Orchards, they sell their own pumpkins, squash, grapes, apples, honey, syrup, jellies, and more. They also offer tractor wagon rides, a petting zoo, pick your own pumpkins, and pumpkin painting. Their orchard is a great place to take a walk and explore the fall beauty.

Wagon rides are from noon-4pm every weekend ($3 per ticket), the petting zoo is open during store hours 10am-6pm every day, and the pumpkin painting is available on weekends. For more information, check out:

GREAT Theatre Learning Lab: War of The Worlds! (Live Radio Broadcast)

Tune into 88.1 FM KVSC at 8pm on Saturday 10/28/2017 for the live broadcast of the famous radio drama - War of the Worlds. Turn down the lights, huddle around the radio, and allow yourself to be transported back in time when this radio broadcast created the sense of worry that echoed around the world. Check out for more information.

Paramount Theatre: Junie B. Jones is Not A Crook

Fall is the season to start breaking out our favorite sweatshirts, hats, and mittens. It’s a forewarning to the cold that winter will bring. On the fall days where it is too chilly to be outside, why not check out the showing of Junie B. Jones is Not A Crook at the Paramount Center?

I remember reading this book when I was little, and now they’ve taken this classic to the stage! This performance is perfect for all ages. Adult tickets range from $25-$34 per ticket, and student tickets range from $15-$22 per person. Showtimes are below:

Oct. 20th at 7:30pm

Oct. 21st at 2:00pm

Oct. 22nd at 2:00pm

Oct. 27th at 7:30pm

Oct. 28th at 2:00pm and 7:30pm

Oct. 29th at 2:00pm

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