5 Fun Fall Activities To Do In The Quad Cities This Weekend
It's officially Fall! Well, almost. Technically, the first official day of Fall is this Saturday, September 22.
Luckily, Mother Nature is starting to realize this; we're in for some cooler temps this weekend! It'll be the perfect weather to toss on a sweater and join in on some events around town. So, we've compiled some festive Fall activities for you to check out this weekend!
When Fall hits, it's kind of an unofficial rule that you have to visit a pumpkin patch. It's perfect for a date, or a family outing! This weekend, it's especially good for families.
This weekend at Country Corner pumpkin patch is Grandparents Day Weekend! They are offering a free pass with purchase of grandchild's pass. Together, the family can enjoy a Hayrack Ride, Pony Rides, a Corn Cannon, a Pumpkin Blaster, plus a TON of other activities. Country Corner Farm Store Hours: Saturday - Sunday 10a-6p.
With Fall weather finally starting to set in, you're going to want to stock up on sweaters. And this weekend, you can shop local to do it!
Annie & Allie Boutique is hosting a pop-up shop, opening at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 22. They'll have their newest stock on display, including cardigans, sweaters, and more.
The shop will also be open on Sunday, September 23, from 10-2 p.m.
Fall means football. And this weekend, the Hawkeyes have a huge game against Wisconsin. It's a conference battle and the atmosphere will be electric.
Even if you can't get tickets to the game, it'll be just as fun to hang out in town. (Iowa City WAS just voted the best college town in the nation). It'll be a fun way to get out while still staying close to home.
This weekend could also go to the dogs! Crow Creek Park is playing host to Dogtoberfest! It's not October yet, but it works.
They'll be giving doggy bags to the first 150 dogs that arrive. There will also be raffle items, an auction, and games including Doggy Musical Chairs and Talented Pets.
Proceeds go to Crow Creek Dog Park. The rain date will be Sunday, Sept. 30. For more information, call 563-344-4113. Free.
Govia recently discovered that there are at least 100 items in the Quad Cities that are pumpkin spice flavored. So this weekend, why not give yourself a pumpkin spice tour!
Donuts & More on Brady has pumpkin donuts up for grabs, 392 Cafe in Davenport has pumpkin coffee, and there are plenty more choices where those come from.
Embrace your pumpkin spice love!