What better time is there than fall, y'all? It's time to pull out the sweaters and flannels from the back of your closet, and begin planning your autumn activities. From festivals and pumpkin patches, to haunted houses, BCS is the perfect place to explore during this fun time of year.
Head to Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater on September 22nd for a screening of “The Princess Bride” at 7:00 pm. Don’t forget to bring a blanket or a jacket to keep you warm during the cool fall nights!
Steak. Wine. Beer. Music. The 11th Annual Texas Reds Festival located in Downtown Bryan is back! This three day festival is all about celebrating beef and wine. Kick off the weekend by enjoying live music Friday night from Grammy Award Nominee Rick Trevino, then be sure to come back Saturday and Sunday to enjoy some wine and beef tasting from local vendors.
One of the “must-do” events in Bryan College Station is First Friday. Grab your biggest group of friends and head to Downtown Bryan for some live music, art, shopping and food! Can’t make it? Luckily, this event is held every first Friday of the month!
In need of a new profile picture? Aggie Habitat and Faith Action are back with their annual pumpkin patches that are open the entire month of October! Whether it’s to pick out the perfect pumpkin to carve or a fun fall photo shoot, you can’t miss out on a pumpkin patch in BCS.
There’s nothing quite like getting lost in the middle of a corn field! The Texas A&M Agronomy Society is back this year with its highly popular corn maze. Bring some friends and explore this 5 acre attraction.
Millican Reserve is back with its 5th Annual Fall Harvest and Pumpkinpalooza! This event has activities for all ages, including pumpkin chunkin' with trebuchets, a farmers' market, an outdoor carnival, live music, hayrides, and pumpkin pie eating contest, and much more!
The 5th annual Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo is back this year with live music from Kevin Fowler, Sabrina Carpenter and La Energia Norteña. This event has activities for all ages including livestock, rodeo, carnival & more. You won’t want to miss out on this event!
Wiener Fest is back for it’s annual event on October 22nd! There will be dog races for both wiener and non-wiener dogs and a canine costume contest. Enjoy some music and vendors in between the events!
If you enjoy watching Halloween movies, head to to the Lincoln Recreation Center for a movie in the park! They will be screening the Halloween favorite “Hocus Pocus” on Friday, October 13th at 6:00 pm.
In the mood to get scared? The 7th annual Fright Nights haunted house Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan will open on October 20th! They have a new theme every year. Past themes include American Horror Story and The Walking Dead.
Start Halloween a few days early on October 26th by attending the Monster’s Bash & Haunted House at the Lincoln Recreation Center from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm.
Don’t forget to wear your costume! Get some pre-Halloween trick or treating done by attending the Night at the Museum Halloween Event from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and the Brazos Valley Bombers' BooFest from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm on October 30th.
Don’t want to do the traditional trick or treating around the neighborhood? Then head down to Wolf Pen Creek Park on Halloween for their annual Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. There will be candy booths, carnival games, face painting, a petting zoo, joy jumps, live entertainment, a costume contest and much more.