FALL Activities in Boston
Fall in America is associated with glorious fall colors as the trees turn and then shed their leaves, with the chilling of the temperatures that predicates the winter, and with Halloween. Nobody celebrates Halloween quite like Americans. Fall Activities in New England have a particular kind of flavor, and many of them are around food,
seasonal fruits and tastings and Foliage Tours.
TALK Boston’s Fall Activities
TALK Boston’s Fall activities center around Halloween too, although there are of course many other typical Boston Fall events in which the School participates.
But first – Halloween at TALK Boston. Pumpkin carving is always on the agenda and our students get very serious about producing the most amazing pumpkin faces and pumpkin crafts! Then there is the Halloween Costume Party. Students dress up in anything ghoulish, garish or ghostly, and this is always the highlight of school activities each year.
Bostons goes all out at Halloween and so look out for such events and
outings as Halloween party cruise, Halloween ghost ship scary tours, Halloween at the Zoo, Halloween Pet Parades, Haunted Farm events, etc.
Getting away from Halloween, there are other typical fall activities that New England residents love to participate, such as Apple Festivals, OktoberFests, Fenway Festival, Book Fairs and the Corn Maze.
A well-attended Fall activity in Boston is the Let’s Talk About Food Festival returns to Copley Square in Boston in October. This is a free event, and features famous food authors, celebrity chefs, farmers, fisherman and brings together more than 20,000 people for an all-day exploration of the food we eat.
Fall is always a busy festive time of the year in Boston, and TALK Boston students will find they have a dizzying amount of Fall activities that are on offer for them.