Get Excited About Fall in the Treasure Valley

Summer is quickly approaching its conclusion, and while many of you might feel sad, the good news is fall in the Treasure Valley is equally as enjoyable. While you might have to trade in your flip flops for boots, fun and excitement know no seasonal bounds in Boise and the surrounding areas. If you don’t already have a pumpkin-spice-themed itinerary, here are some of the fun fall Treasure Valley events and activities to look forward to.

chandlers-header-any-fresherHead to the Pumpkin Patch

If you have kids, they’ll love this activity. Going to the pumpkin patch and finding the perfect pumpkin for carving is a family-friendly event that people of all ages enjoy. A handful of pumpkin patches and farms call the Treasure Valley home. And wherever you are in the Valley, be it Meridian, Boise, Nampa, or Star, there’s bound to be a pumpkin patch close by. Some of the favorites in the area include The Farmstead, The Berry Ranch, and Jeremy’s Pumpkins.

Celebrate Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest only happens during one part of the year, and a handful of downtown Boise restaurants go all out to celebrate the German holiday. Whether you attend a formal event or just take part in your own bier tour with a group of friends, you can’t go wrong. Check out the local event calendars, grab your stein, and head to any of the local Oktoberfest celebrations this fall.

Spooky Season Throughout the Treasure Valley

Once summer comes to an official close, many of us are ready for the Halloween season. Yes, it is a season for many people, not just one day out of the year. Whether you like to celebrate by getting out and about or just want to cozy up and watch some good old-fashioned scary movies, you can do it all in the Treasure Valley.

For the adventurous, you can’t get any better than the Old Idaho State Penitentiary and their Frightened Felons events for the family and adults. If you’re more of a scary movie watcher and have a taste for the classics, check out Boise Classic Movies’ upcoming event schedule. All October and weeks leading up to Halloween they traditionally show classic horror movies at the Egyptian Theatre.

Boise State Football Kicks Off

There’s no way that you could have forgotten about BSU football, but it would be a mistake not to include the Broncos on this list. It’s about that time, and after almost an entire year of waiting, football is back on the blue.

If you’ve never been, BSU games are an event for the whole family with Albertson’s Stadium comfortably hosting thousands of cheering fans. Most of the home games on the schedule are during the first part of the season, so be sure to plan ahead and scoop up some tickets.

The Same Great Food at Chandlers

Some things never change—and that’s a good thing! The fine dining fare at Chandlers is always fantastic, with premium cuts of beef and jet-fresh seafood no matter the time of year. Stop in for some of the freshest seafood Boise has to offer and start making your holiday reservations early, so your entire party can celebrate the season in luxury.

About Chandlers

Chandlers opened in 2007 with the mission of bringing fine dining and an upscale atmosphere to Boise and Treasure Valley residents. They deliver exceptional cuisine, exclusive drinks, and some of the best live music Boise offers on a nightly basis. They are frequently at the top of both local and national rankings for their premium steaks, jet-fresh seafood, extensive wine selection, and atmosphere, transforming any evening into a special occasion. Chandlers is proud to serve some of the freshest seafood Boise has to offer thanks to their jet-fresh shipping process. Whether you’re coming for a special occasion, to celebrate a holiday, to impress clients with a private business lunch, or it’s just date night, Chandlers is happy to have you.

Browse all of their menu selections and make a reservation at Chandlersboise.com

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