A guide to make the most out of the fall season

By Yvette Casas

Fall season is upon us, Broncos. Say hello to chillier weather, pumpkin patches and falling leaves.

From seasonal outdoor activities to festive movies, here is a guide to make the most out of fall.

The pumpkin patch is located right across campus at the AGRIscapres Agricultural Outreach Center.

Every year, thousands of guests attend the pumpkin patch to pick their favorite pumpkins, walk through the corn maze and visit the Farm Store.

It is a great way to start the fall season and celebrate CPP’s agriculture.

Football and baseball are just some of the sports that many love to watch and play.

Currently, soccer, volleyball and cross country are the CPP teams in season.

By attending a home game, there is the opportunity to show some school spirit and appreciate the brisk fall weather.

From the popular Pumpkin Spice Latte to the new Maple Pecan Latte, Starbucks is full of seasonal treats that will make everyday feel a little cozier and festive.

Follow the journey of a newlywed couple’s misadventure into a mad scientist’s mansion.

Inexpensive showings of the movie can be found in a variety of areas including Brea, Long Beach and Los Angeles.

Each show is different, but most showings involve crowd participation to make people feel like they are a part of the film.

Grab your friends, dress up, or don’t and take a visit to the world of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

When days get colder and shorter, watching Netflix can turn into the perfect fall activity.

Catch the odd film of “Donnie Darko,” the twisted fairytale movie “Penelope” and make sure to catch the season two premiere of “Stranger Things” on Oct. 27.

While fall can be a hectic time for many students who are juggling school and work, it is important to take a breather and enjoy all the fun moments fall has to offer.

So, grab a warm latte, attend an on campus event or unwind with your favorite seasonal movie to remind you that fall has arrived.

The Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin patch is a great way to start the fall season

Chelsea Mazer / The Poly Post

The Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin patch is a great way to start the fall season

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