"It's the most wonderful time of the year..."

Wait, too soon for Christmas tunes? No worries, cause we aren't referring to Christmas just yet.

You see, it will soon be time to celebrate all things cozy sweaters, apple picking, corn mazes, haunted happenings, spooky movie nights, colorful foliage, and all things pumpkin.

That's right. It's time for fall, ladies and jellyspoons, and we are so excited.

The first official day of the season isn't until Thursday, September 22, but that isn't stopping Coppal House Farm in Lee, New Hampshire, from kicking things off early with a special Fall Harvest Day this Saturday, September 17, from 10am-5pm.

So, what can you expect during the festivities?

You and your loved ones can start by entering the farm's corn maze, shaped like a praying mantis this year. Can you work together to find your way out?

According to the Facebook event page, you can also check out a craft fair and sunflower variety garden, see farm animals, and pay a visit to the farm stand (fresh apple cider donuts or pumpkin bread, anyone?).

There will also be fairy house building from 1-3pm and wagon rides from 10am-2pm, plus a snack truck you can visit from 10am-3pm. And of course, there will be live music thanks to Binnie Media.

For more information about Coppal House Farm's Fall Harvest Day, you can take a look at the Facebook event, or visit their website here.

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