This year is going to be super fun around the St. George Utah area with lots of fall-based events for kids and adults alike. Here’s what’s coming up this month.
Fall Festival and Pumpkin Alley – on Monday, October 22 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM is the fall Festival and pumpkin Alley. This family-friendly event is free as a just cost one dollar per craft or $.25 per bag of popcorn. There are carnival games, a family scavenger hunt through the nature center, face painting, prizes, and pumpkin decorating events. This event is happening at the nature center, the Washington County Water Conservancy District will be hosting their fall garden fair at the garden area of the park as well. You can park at Tonawuint Park, in the main parking lot next to the tennis courts and simply walk up the paved trail or Park next to the conservation garden. This is located at 1851 South Dixie Dr. at the Tonaquint Nature Center.
Staheli Family Farm Events – located in Washington Utah at 3400 S. Washington Fields is the family farm of fall event. This is their 17th year featuring a petting zoo, jumping pillow, swings, corn slide, races, paintball, pumpkinseed spitting contests and much, much more. There’s so much to do so make sure you set aside enough time for everyone to have a blast at this event throughout to the fall season. You can also pick your own pumpkin beginning September 28.
This is Halloween with the St. George Opera – on October 27 from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM at the Center for the Art at Kayenta, located at 881 Coyote Gulch Court in Ivins, is a bone-chilling, crowd-thrilling musical for people of all ages. Students are just $10 and adults are $15
Thriller – located at the Tuacahn amphitheater, this event is held from October 27 through October 31 from 8:00 PM until 10:00 PM. The event is just $21 and it’s a great part of a hollowing tradition. The spooky spectacular combines technical aspects of danceable playing homage to the stars of All Hollows Eve.
The Scarecrow Walk – from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM on Tuesday, October 17 this free event has you walking through dozens of scarecrow displays and spooky, haunted areas. This is located at the Red Hills Desert Garden, 375 N. Red Hills Pkwy. in St. George.
Jekyll and Hyde – this classic story runs through October 21 at the Electric Theater. Tickets are $18-$21.