Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do this October, and beyond.
Pick Your Pumpkin
For a fun-filled day on the farm, consider a drive to Shelbyville, Kentucky to visit Gallrein Farms. Their Fall Festival has much to offer, including hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, haunted house, and much more. Open weekends now through October 31.
Huber’s Fall Harvest Celebration is here! Spend an afternoon picking pumpkins, riding on the grain train, and enjoying some fall treats at this family-friendly annual event.
Sunny Acres Farm is hosting its Pumpkin Festival October 15 -16, with pumpkin picking, vendors, hayrides, and fun for the whole family!
With more than 5,000 hand-carved jack o’ lanterns, many created by local artists, Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular transforms a quarter-mile trail in Louisville’s historic Iroquois Park into an organic art gallery. Open October 4 – October 31.
Don’t Miss These October Events
Come see the Louisville Zoo transformed into a living storybook, complete with some of your favorite characters brought to life, fun music, and a safe place for trick-or-treating for kids 11 and under. Boo At The Zoo starts October 1 and is open Thursdays – Sundays through October 30.
Enjoy the art, the atmosphere, and the food at the 66th Annual St. James Court Art Show September 30 – October 2. Click here for more details.
Grab the kids and get down to the KFC Yum! Center for the Hot Wheels Monster Truck Live Glow Party October 8 – 9.
Come dressed to impress in your favorite Halloween costume for Monster Mash 2022, benefiting The Arrow Fund. The event takes place on October 14 at Waterfront Botanical Gardens.
Check out the Goo Goo Dolls performing at the Louisville Palace November 9. Purchase tickets here.
Compiled by Lindsay McDonald
Stop and smell the beautiful flowers.
Craving something sweet? Try this recipe.