Each year hundreds of pumpkins take over the front lawn of Kessler Park United Methodist Church. They range from the 50-cent handheld size to $30 gourds that might appeal to Cinderella’s fairy godmother. The Kessler School Pumpkin Patch and Street Fair lasts from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., allowing plenty of time to shop at artists’ booths, patronize neighborhood food vendors, and let the kids ride a pony or jump in the bounce house. Find your fall décor and simultaneously benefit a neighborhood school, plus, grab some breakfast or a cup of coffee before heading to the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Fall Home Tour. Corner of Turner and Colorado.
Also in October …
10.16 Barefoot at the Belmont With the stars above and the grass between your toes, listen to Texas singer-songwriter Darden Smith through the neighborhood hotel’s concert series. $20. 9 p.m.; doors open 8 p.m. 901 Fort Worth Avenue, 214.606.0770 or bendstudio.com/belmont.htm.
10.17 Dog-Gone Movies on the Lawn FREE They’re ba-ack. Fall means comfortable weather — perfect for classic flicks at the Turner House. “Young Frankenstein” (to get you in the mood for Halloween). Movie begins at 8 p.m. 401 N. Rosemont, 214.946.1670 or turnerhouse.org/event.html.
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