5 Things to do in Burlington this Fall

5 Things to do in Burlington this Fall

Wondering what to do during this fall season in Burlington? There are tons of activities and events going on for the whole family to partake in this October, and right into the winter season. Find some of the best things to do in Burlington this fall, right here.  

Harvest Festival 

For 5 straight weekends, the Springridge farm opens its grounds for its annual Harvest Festival. You’ll find pony rides, wagon rides, corn trails, straw bale jumping, a professional puppet show, a spooky boo barn, and plenty more family-friendly activities to enjoy. You’ll also gain access to their Fun Farmyard that features tube slides, a giant sandbox, a live animal barn and more. Go for the fun and stay for the apple cider and pumpkin patch!

Aldershot BIA October Market

Don’t miss the last BIA market in Aldershot on October 12th. Here you’ll find food vendors selling all sorts of produce, home-baked goods, clothes, antiques, and more. Enjoy live music while you take in our city’s most eclectic farmer’s market of the year.

Raise The Woof

Looking for some knee-slapping fun that’s also for a good cause? On Saturday, October 19th, head down to the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre on S Service Rd to join in on a night of comedy and fundraising. You can have a night of laughs while contributing to animal shelters and rescue groups in need. RAISE THE WOOF promises a fun-filled night with high-quality performers that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside all season long.

Treats in Our Streets

Get your costume ready for an exciting afternoon of trick-or-treating in downtown Burlington. Businesses all across the core open their doors and offer goodies to all those participating. There’s also a costume contest, so be on the lookout for the volunteers running throughout the event. 

Candlelit Stroll and the Burlington Festival of Lights

Get the whole family together and head to city hall for a festive evening of caroling. The Candlelit stroll is the official opening of the Burlington Festival of Lights. There’s an annual lighting of the Tree of Hope in Civic Square and a candlelit procession that takes to the downtown streets. View the festival of lights that takes over the entire Spencer Smith Lights and burns bright every night until January 8th from 4 pm until midnight.

Burlington is a wonderful place to call home. If you’re looking for a home or rental to call your own in our city, contact us at CLV Group. We’re your local property management team.


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