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The Owner of Porch Pumpkins Looks Back at a Successful Second Season

This fall, Heather Torres and her crew decorated hundreds of homes in Dallas and Houston, plus a handful of commercial properties. Take a look at her autumnal designs here.
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Don’t Toss Your Pumpkins After Halloween–These Dallas Orgs Can Use Them

Keep your gourds out of the garbage by donating them to a local animal rescue (pigs will snack on them!) or to nonprofits that can use them for compost.
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The 2020 Pumpkin Village at the Dallas Arboretum.
Events

Autumn at the Arboretum Comes Alive This Weekend

The buzzy fall festival returns for its 16th year with a Bugtopia theme. Expect cooking classes, horticulture demos, petting zoos, and, of course, the iconic Pumpkin Village.
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This Dallas Mom’s ‘Porch Pumpkins’ Design Company Has Spruced Up Over 250 Homes This Season

When Heather Torres installs an artfully stacked gourd display, it's like having the Dallas Arboretum at your doorstep.
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A pumpkin spice latte on a table next to an actual pumpkin.
Cocktails

Fall Drinks You Should Be Drinking in DFW Right Now

It's fall, y'all. Get your pumpkin spice lattes and whiskey-fortified cocktails.
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Experience the 5 Senses of Fall with These Autumn-Inspired Products

Fall is a full-body experience.
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An Amateur’s Guide to the Dallas Arboretum’s Pumpkin Patch

In pursuit of the perfect fall day.
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Everything You Need to Throw Your Own Fall Festival

Upgrade the hay bales and fire up the s’mores.
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Your Fall Bucket List: Dallas Edition

Go "boulevarding," sip salted caramel lattes, and pick the perfect pumpkin.
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50(-ish) Small Town Festivals to Make Your Fall in North Texas More Fun

Celebrate the invention of the burger in Athens, the filming of Bonnie and Clyde in Pilot Point, or run a .5K in Garland. This fall, try the farm-to-market road less traveled.
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