Fall Festivals in Cumming GA & Forsyth

Fall Festivals in Cumming GA

Fall Festivals in Cumming GA & Forsyth

Isn’t that tree just beautiful in the picture above? I love the Fall season. Such beauty! Anyway – there are so many fall festivals in Cumming Ga & Forsyth County over the next few weeks! We thought it would be helpful to have a round-up post for all of them.

Be sure to check out our Halloween & Trunk or Treat type events too –  click here for our round-up of those!

Please note:  The following are listed in date order.  We do our best to provide accurate details; however, it is possible that details change, we are given inaccurate information, bad weather, or we simply make an error – yes, it’s possible. Whenever possible we link our articles to the source or information provided and strongly urge you to confirm details before you go.

Saturday, October 12th:

Bethelview UMC Scarecrow Festival – This event is from 10:00am – 4:00pm. There will be a kids zone with tons of kid focused activities. 4525 Bethelview Rd, Cumming  Click here for more information

St. Brendan’s Catholic Church Trunk or Treat – From 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm located at 4633 Shiloh Rd. Cumming 30040. They will have hayrides, silent auctions, inflatables, face-painting, and more! Costumes are welcome. For more info you can call Jodi Brock at 770-207-7969 ext. 20 or email at jbrock@stbrendanstatl.com

Saturday, October 19th:

The Warehouse – From 10am to 9:30pm.  Hayrides, Face Painting, Yard Sale, Live Music, Bake Sale, Games, Worship & More.  5095 Post Road, Cumming GA (Midway Family Festival).  Click here for more information.

Sunday, October 20th:

Castleberry Road Baptist Church Fall Festival – From 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, this event is sure to be fun! Located at 7225 Castleberry Road Cumming 30040. There will be a trunk or treat, bouncy house, and much more! Click here for more information

Wednesday, October 23rd:

Cumming Baptist Church – Fall Festival “Under the Sea” – Dinner (served until 6:45), plus costume contests, giveaways, inflatables, candy & Trunk or Treating.  Free Admission.  5:30pm to 8pm at 115 Church Street, Cumming GA 30040.  Visit www.CummingBaptist.net for more information.

Saturday, October 26th:

Red Door Festival – 10am-4pm. Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit: 724 Pilgrim Mill Road, Cumming. Real Home Smoked Bar-B-Q Games, Prizes for the Kids, Live All Day Entertainment, Bake sale, and much more! Click here for more information.

Fall Festival Benefit for Jessi -4pm to 6pm at Otwell Middle School.  Games, Music, BBQ, Silent Auctions & More.  $5 Admission (checks & cash only) – Benefits Jessi and her recovery from a brain injury. Click here for more information.

Fall Festival at First Baptist Cumming – 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm 1597 Sawnee Dr, Cumming. Games, Candy, Family fun, and more! Click here for more information

Wednesday, October 30th:

Fall Festival at Concord Baptist Church – 6pm to 8pm.  6905 Concord Road, Cumming GA 30028.  Free games, inflatables, trunk or treat, facepainting and hayride, cake walk, food, prizes & much more.  Click here for more information.

Thursday, October 31st:

Family Fun Festival at First Redeemer Church – 6pm to 9pm.  2100 Peachtree Pkwy, Cumming GA 30041.  Candy, games, and activities for all ages.  Admission is one bag of individually wrapped candy.  Come dressed in a kid-friendly costume. Click here for more information.

Fall Festival at Mt. Pisgah – 6:30pm to 8pm.  5210 Pisgah Road, Cumming GA.  Music, Food, Family Fun, Hot Chocolate, Popcorn & More.  Click here for more information.

Photo source: Robert Stinnett

Cumming Greek Festival, Fall Events & More: Things to do this Weekend in Forsyth County

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Things To Do this Weekend in Forsyth – October 12th – 14th, 2012

The Calendar is full of things to do this Weekend in Cumming GA & Forsyth County.  Lots of Fall events are going on, plus some great staples like the Cumming Greek Festival and Lakewood Antiques Market.

We wanted to highlight a few things that are either free or really inexpensive for you & your family to enjoy this weekend. For a full list of more events going on around town, be sure to check out our Calendar of Events.

Friday – October 19th, 2012

Football games, yard sales, & more. Be sure to visit our Calendar of Events page for all the details.

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  • Friday Night Boo at Adventure Kids – Adventure Kids kicks off their October fun! Play in a spooky glow in the dark Adventure Kids from 7-10pm with Human Bowling, Music, Bumper Cars, Video Gaming, Lego fun, Guitar Hero, and Zombie tag in Sand Island! Ideal for ages 7-12, Only $5 admission or buy a “Monster Pass” for $10 that includes a slice of pizza, drink, and one bumper car ride! Every Friday through October.

4335 Bethelview Hwy, Cumming GA 30040 – Phone: 770.406.8952

Saturday – October 20th, 2012

Be sure to visit our Calendar of Events page for all the details.

  • Local Author Celebration – There’s a very special event at Barnes & Noble this Saturday – it’s a celebration of LOCAL authors!  You can meet the authors, purchase books and get autographs too.

Barnes & Noble – The Avenue Forsyth, Cumming, GA 30041

724 Pilgrim Mill Road, Cumming, Georgia 30041- Phone: 770.380.290.

  • Annual Hay Day – Fall fun for the entire family.  Free parking & admission.  This is a fundraising event for “winter hay for the horses”.  Pony Rides, Hay Rides, Food, Fun & more. 11:30am to 4:00pm. Click here for more information.

1768 Newt Green Road, Cumming GA – Phone: 770.886.5419.

Sunday – October 21st, 2012

3845 Coal Mountain Drive, Cumming GA

All Weekend Long:

Calendar of Events – Visit our Calendar for even more great events going on around town.

  • Cumming Greek Festival – Enjoy the Greek culture, music, entertainment, shopping & food!!  Hours vary throughout the weekend.  Adults are $1, 12 & under are free.  Click here for more information.  Saints Raphael, Nicholas & Irene Greek Orthodox Church – 3074 Bethelview Road, Cumming GA 30041

  • Hallo-Fun at Stars & Strikes – Stars & Strikes Family Entertainment Center will begin their Halloween activities this weekend. Various events and activities are offered for different age groups. Click here for more information.

Need More Ideas:

Take in all things FALL with our “Ten Things to Do in Cumming & Forsyth County this Fall” round-up!
No matter what you do … hope you enjoy it!!