Tis the season for pumpkins, color change, falling leaves, haunted houses, and cuffing. Yes, summer is quickly fading and now everyone is jumping into a relationship to do all of the things that Instagram tells us must be done in the Fall. We love it.

Here in the Treasure Valley, the season change often times means a whole slew of recurring attractions and events that Boise residents just can't get enough of. Haunted World opens up, high school football is in full swing, and pumpkins are appearing in grocery stores.

If theres one local business that seems to always be on top of all things topical--it's the popular locally owned and operated brewery, Western Collective. No matter the season or the holiday, Western Collective is on top of it and perhaps their most popular seasonal activity has returned!

The Western Collective 'Pumpkin Patch' is returning to the brewery in Garden City.

Every Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., you, your date, your friends, and even your family can pop by Western Collective to pick up pumpkin and decorate it, right there at the brewery! Of course, this "patch" offers the ability to enjoy a drink as well which makes it pretty unique. All of the supplies and decorating is totally free with the purchase of your pumpkin!

Interested in attending more of the major fall and spooky attractions that are scattered all around the Treasure Valley? Take a look at what you can expect from each of them, below: 

Here's When Boise's Favorite Fall Attractions Will Open This Year

It's Time to Get Spooky At These 4 Boise Area Fall Attractions

Corn maze? Check. Haunted house? Check. Bonfires? Check. Here's when your favorite fall attractions open in 2022!

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