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4 Ways to Kick Off Fall in Florida
utumn may be approaching, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over! Fall in Florida brings locals enjoyable weather, beautiful sunsets and plenty of activities for all ages. In Manatee County, the seasonal calendar is stacked with social events that both Bradenton natives and newcomers can appreciate. Check out the many ways to enjoy fall!
4 Ways to Enjoy Fall:
Stroll along the sandy beaches
Firstly, there is the beaches. In fact, spending the day seaside doesn’t have to be restricted to summer. Fall weather actually brings locals a cool breeze and bearable temperatures, perfect for those visits to Bradenton’s sandiest beaches. Kick off the back-to-school season with a trip to the ocean!
Check out local festivals
Secondly, there are festivals to enjoy. While a ‘Sangria Showdown’ might scream “summer vacation”, residents can enjoy this exciting event in the middle of September. The 2nd Annual Exchange Club Sangria Showdown brings together local establishments competing for the title of Best Sangria! Who wins? That’s determined by YOUR vote!
Browse fresh food
Thirdly, check out the freshest produce! The Bradenton Farmers’ Market, a neighborhood favorite, brings the taste of fall to Old Main Street. Peruse a plethora of fresh produce while listening to live music or checking out fun workshops. It’s the perfect start to your Saturday mornings.
Experience the great outdoors
Lastly, there is the great outdoors! Want a fun and educational experience for the little ones? Take a day trip to Sarasota Jungle Gardens, where they can experience nature, see over 200 exotic animals and learn all about the importance of conservation. This award-winning park, established in 1939, remains a hotspot for families of all ages.
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