STATEWIDE- It may be cooler and the days are shorter, but fall also means sweater weather, apple cider and pumpkin spice lattes, colorful leaves and Halloween! And all around Maine, people are embracing the new season with open arms.
“I think in Maine, I love living in Maine because we have such distinct seasons, and each season has it’s own personality. And we love being able to offer something that’s in the spirit of the Maine fall season,” said Jonathan Kenerson, co-owner of Treworgy Orchards.
Over a Treworgy Orchards, you can do all of your favorite fall things in one place, and it’s sure to offer something for the whole family.
“We have apples- plenty of apples. And pumpkins. Our famous corn maze this year, we have the goats behind me, we have ice cream, homemade donuts, which my mother-in-law makes. They’re amazing. So all sorts of things for everyone in the whole family,” said Kenerson.
While some of these activities cost a small price, there are plenty of activities that are totally free. It offers an exciting way to be outside embracing the new fall season.
“You know, it’s back to school, families are getting back into their routines, and it’s something fun to do when life is just starting to settle back into a routine,” said Kenerson.
And parents looking to ring in the fall season after the kids go to bed, the sea dog has a few fun fall drinks available.
“Well our favorite is obviously Pumpkin Ale with a cinnamon sugar rim. We also have an Octoberfest that just came online yesterday,” said Meagan Keith, a bartender at Sea Dog.
While the Pumpkin Ale is a lighter beer, the Octoberfest is more of a medium to dark beer. But they also have special fall martinis that have been quite a hit.
“As soon as they came out, all the apple martinis and things like that were selling,” said Keith.