It's that time of year again - cool and crisp days, festivals, Halloween and all things Autumnal. We'll take a look at all of the fun things going on outdoors in Easton. Be sure to stop in Easton Outdoor when you're downtown enjoying all Autumn in Easton has to offer!

Garlic Fest
This festival is back and the stink is still going strong. Get ready, because its this weekend! This festival has something for the entire family. Little Stinkers Row© has plenty of fun things to do for the kids. They have a culinary cooking contest for the kids, which is always fun. In addition to both local and regional food vendors, there is live music, cooking demos and all around fun! Tip: Aman's will be serving up Garlic Masal Fries with Jalapenõ Chutney at their booth.

Bacon Fest
This is downtown Easton's biggest yearly event. Its kind of like the mardi gras of Bacon! It takes place November 6th and 7th of this year. The amount of food options will blow your mind and delight your taste buds. Its a chance to see downtown's restaurants try to out do each other with their creative bacon offerings. In addition, enjoy live music, kids activities and so much more! The big quesion - Will Oak return with their 50/50 burger? This was the most popular item at 2019 Bacon Fest.

Eerie Easton Walking Tours
The Sigal Museum will help get you in the Halloween spirit! Every Friday and Saturday night in October they will host night time tours of downtown Easton, highlighting the more spooky history of Easton. Learn about the witches of Hexenkopf hill and Revolutionary war ghosts. $10 per person and the tours take place at 6pm and 7:30pm.

Easton/Phillipsburg Halloween Parade
This event is a community favorite. It takes place on Sunday, Oct 24th at 3pm. It starts on McKeen Street in Phillipsburg and ends in Centre Square. This is fun for the entire family. Be sure to work on your costume - there is a $100 prize awarded to the winner in 6 categories.

The Autumn Show
Every year, Autumn delights us with an array of colors. Easton provides access to so much nature. Talk a stroll on the Karl Stirner Arts trail to check out the art and the fall foliage. You'll end up at the Silk Mill, so stop by OWowCow creamery to get some pumpkin spiced ice cream. If you want to go for a longer walk try the canal trail. Take in the color, enjoy the peaceful river flowing and get away from it all.

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