5 unique Fall activities you may not know about

Let’s go beyond the typical pumpkin patch and apple picking and explore unique event ideas for you to enjoy this fall.

WStoday: fall season on Reynolda Road

Fall leaves on Reynolda Road.

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Looking for something unique to do beyond your typical pumpkin patch this Fall season? We’ve got some recommendations for you.

Try these:

1. Take a candle pouring class at the Social Hall at Jane, located on South Main Street in Kernersville. Create your own custom candle from start to finish with guidance from vendor and local maker Grace Locklear on Friday, Sept. 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wine + charcuterie are included, and the event will feature a bingo-playing break. Space is limited.

2. Attend an outdoor workout. Join Fitness Friday with Synergy for their 45-minute yoga class Friday, Sept. 22 at 5:30 p.m. Bring your own mat or borrow one from the studio. Register to attend. Schedule for future event will be announced online.

3. Fall cleaning, anyone? Donate summer clothes you’re done with or winter clothes you don’t plan to wear to The Shalom Project on South Green Street. The nonprofit organization is catching up on inventory and will begin accepting donations on Monday, Oct. 9.

4. Dive into spooky season. Attend the second annual Ghoul Moon Festival Saturday, Oct. 28th in the West Salem neighborhood. The interactive Halloween-themed art festival will feature art, workshops, and demonstrations led by local artists and nonprofit organizations. Plus, discover local vendors, artists, and take part in a costume contest.

5. The world of theatre meets the world of magic. Attend the performance of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” at Winston Square Park on Marshall Street. The free event will take place Saturday, Oct. 7 at 5:30 p.m.