The Gardens At Texas A&M University Hosts Fall Festival In November

The Gardens At Texas A&M University Hosts Fall Festival In November

All decked out in fall-themed decorations, The Gardens at Texas A&M University is ready to welcome visitors to its Fall Festival throughout the month of November. The Gardens has prepared a wide range of virtual programming to guide onsite activities and fun for all ages.

The pumpkin wall at the Fall Festival in The Gardens at Texas A&M University.
The pumpkin wall is one of many on-site attractions at the Fall Festival in The Gardens. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie.)

“After careful consideration, The Gardens decided to host the Fall Festival in a socially distant format to allow all our visitors to join in the fun,” said Michael Arnold, Ph.D., director of The Gardens and professor in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Horticultural Sciences. “We’ve curated a number of fall-themed activities to add a special autumnal touch for our visitors.”

Visitors should check the Fall Festival website at https://tx.ag/GardensFallFestival before coming to The Gardens to:

  • Print off Fall Festival coloring pages so they can enjoy coloring among the flowers.
  • Download a fall-themed bingo game that will lead them on an exploration of The Gardens.
  • Check social media profiles to see if a secret giveaway box is hidden in The Gardens that day.
  • Download the Growing Harmony app for an interactive musical experience as they walk the paths.
  • Follow the schedule to stay up to date on activities and how to participate.
A graphic with fall colors and a pumpkin in the middle that has Happy Fall Y'all! printed on it.

Other activities include:

  • Photo opportunities and selfies in front of the pumpkin wall.
  • Following The Gardens on InstagramFacebook and Twitter for trivia, a fall-themed “Did You Know” series, healthy autumn recipes and more giveaway announcements.
  • Sharing photos from The Gardens by tagging @TAMUGardens.

The Gardens is open to visitors daily, from dawn to dusk.

 
Helen White
 
Helen White is a Communication Specialist for Texas A&M AgriLife. She is responsible for writing news releases and feature articles from science-based information generated or provided by AgriLife faculty throughout the state.