Despite temperatures during the day up in the 70s lately, we've been to some very "fall" activities the last couple of weekends. The neighborhood here puts on an apple festival every year where they make fresh pressed apple juice and have food stands. They let kids participate with the apple pressing too.
Then we also went to an early Halloween party with other American kids through the AAWE, the association I'm in with other American women. They had different tables where the kids could paint a pumpkin, color a page, make slime, hear a story, and even a little haunted house. Julia went as supergirl and James was a little leopard. She liked painting the pumpkin best and didn't want to go in the scary haunted house.
It's supposed to cool back down by next weekend, but then we'll be traveling to England for a week to visit the English cousins.