Best Things To Do with NYC Kids: October GoList

Get your calendars ready. Here are the top 14 things to do with kids in New York City this October, five of which are FREE.

Halloween may generate the hoopla, but there are plenty of other must-do activities this month. The fall culture season kicks into high gear with amazing live entertainment, including a page-to-stage adaptation of Mr. Popper's Penguins at the New Victory Theater, a multimedia Gustafer Yellowgold concert, and a kid-friendly tribute to the late, great David Bowie.

Looking for more interactive fun? Have your pets blessed in Morningside Heights, get creative at the New York Hall of Science's Maker Faire New York, and cheer on the competitors in the annual Great North River Tugboat Race & Competition.

20+ Fall Day Trips for NJ Families

You know it's autumn in New Jersey when the mercury starts dropping, the air gets crisper, and every walk down the street is accompanied by an orchestra of crunching leaves. If you're itching to make some amazing memories of Autumn 2016, look no further than this hit list of fun and budget-friendly outings.

October GoList: The Best Things To Do with Houston Kids This Month

You can almost hear the collective sigh of relief across the city as we finally enter fall. School may be in full swing, but there are plenty of opportunities for family fun you can take advantage of, like participating in an area fun run and playing carnival games at a harvest festival. Don't forget, you can also visit Houston museums for free on certain days, and if you're not ready to let go of summer just yet, see our recommendations for best places to get cold treats and where to find splash pads around the city. 

Make sure you continue to check our calendar for updates on what's going on every day in Houston, but for now, here's a list of October events for the whole family. 

October GoList: Best Things To Do with Philly Kids This Month

October is here and it's full of pumpkins, apples, hayrides, corn mazes, festivals, and more. Fall fun is abound and the weather is perfect for some outdoor fun. Check out the Fall Guide for more fun ways to get outside and enjoy fall before it gets too cold. If you've had your fill of fall fun and are looking for a little more variety in your fall calendar, the GoList has plenty of other great opportunities to have fun with your kids this month.

For lots of great Halloween fun and activities, check out our Halloween Guide, which is jam-packed with trick-or-treat alternatives, haunted houses, and amusement parks. As always, if you're still looking for something to do, our events calendar has plenty more activities to keep the whole family busy.

October GoList: Best Things To Do With Long Island Kids This Month

Have some old time fun at the Long Island Fair, which is only in town once per year. Keep the fall festivities going with Pumpkinfest in Yaphank and be transported into a fairy tale at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge Enchanted Forest Trail. If that's too frightening, take it down a notch at the Not So Spooky Walk at the Clark Botanical Garden.

Check out the list below and click over to our comprehensive Long Island Events Calendar for inspiration; we have you covered with some of the best events and activities happening throughout the area. 

October Go List: Best Things To Do With CT Kids This Month

October, one of the most beautiful months of the year here in Connecticut. Leaf peeping will hit it's peak mid-month. Pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and apple picking orchards are all in full swing. Our Halloween and Fall Fun Guide and event calendar include even more great events happening this month.  In this round up, we try to include a few of the best in each region. Check out the Faerie Village in Old Lyme, go to a parade, or check out one of the many festivals. Here are 27 of our top Connecticut picks for you and the kids this October.  If you click through to the full listing you can then add them to your google calendar.

Attending the Awe-Inspiring Houston Art Car Parade

When I moved to Houston, I noticed something different about the cars I saw on the road in my neck of the woods. While driving around the Heights I remember seeing one car painted with colorful cat faces and another covered in Day of the Dead figurines. When I finally learned these cars were associated with the Houston Art Car Museum and annual Art Car Parade, I knew I (and my family) needed to see more. We now try to go to the parade every year, and it never disappoints. 

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