Welcoming Fall with Open Arms
Like so many things in 2020, the start of fall does not feel the same. School may be in person, at home, or some hybrid combination. Some attractions are still closed. Some events may be canceled. And yet, I’m excited to see the little glimmers of fall making an appearance.
As the 90 degree days and drought-like weather subside, our grass is growing greener and less crunchy. The mornings and evenings are now cool and breezy.
And while COVID-19 has changed so many things, it has not changed my love for this season. Autumn in Kalamazoo is something special. I’m ready for apples, pumpkins, popping hot cider with warm, gooey donuts and any weather that requires a sweater.
Kickstart some seasonal fun with our roundup of the best fall things to do in Kalamazoo.