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Twenty Under $20: Autumn Reader's Choice

Patch is seeking your ideas for affordable fall fun.

We've done the autumn version of "Twenty Under $20" , so this year Patch is looking for your insider tips. What can you do, see, eat, or experience in Three Village for $20 or less? Add your ideas for fall-themed items and activities to the comment section below or email them to AdamNewmanPatch@gmail.com. Your idea could be featured in an upcoming Patch story.

Christine Sampson (Editor) October 11, 2011 at 10:34 PM
The Country House has some delicious desserts and bar menu items for under $20 -- and it's supposedly haunted, making it a great place for some October fun.
Adam Newman October 12, 2011 at 02:30 PM
The Pumpkin Spice at John Harvard's is always an anticipated fall pleasure
Jennifer Sloat (Editor) October 12, 2011 at 05:49 PM
The fall festival at the Sycamore Circle Park. $6 per kid gets you a pumpkin, scavenger hunt, costume parade, bouncy slide and a DJ rocking the park with great music. Sat. Oct. 15, 12-3pm. Maximum charge per family is $18.Pizza available for purchase. Park is in the S-Section on Sycamore Circle.
Cheryl Donnelly October 12, 2011 at 06:35 PM
We took the kids pumpkin picking at Davis Peach Farm on 25A this weekend. They played in a fall themed playground for free and enjoyed a hay ride and picking out a family pumpkin, all for less than $20.

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