Do “Fall Festivities” Come Too Soon?

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Do “Fall Festivities” Come Too Soon?

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Makenzie Moesly

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It is only the beginning of September and many people are already talking about fall festivities they are excited to start. The autumn season begins around September 22 and many people are questioning whether people introduce fall related things too soon.

I don’t think starting things now is too soon. We only get to enjoy these activities once a year, so why not start early? If this season makes someone happy, we should let them relish in it.

“It’s never too early to start celebrating anything,” expresses Mia Favero (12). “I start celebrating when October comes around, because that means it’s getting close to Halloween, my favorite holiday.”

Senior Kirra Fisher states “I think people start too early. The beginning of September is still summer, so people shouldn’t be putting out fall decorations.” Favero argues, “I think others should start celebrating whenever they feel is the right time for them.”

Whether you agree or disagree that society starts celebrating too early, fall is an enjoyable season with cool weather and dry air that we all can appreciate. So, here is a list of thing you can do this fall season!

  1. Carve pumpkins
  2. Going to haunted houses/Halloween Horror Nights
  3. Have a bonfire with your friends
  4. Have a Halloween movie marathon
  5. Go to a corn maze
  6. Bake a pie from scratch
  7. Drink/eat something pumpkin spice related
  8. Go camping
  9. Go to a Halloween party