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Geisinger becomes the first member of Risant Health

Even though your garden is turned over and the pool is closed, there’s lots to enjoy in October, in and out of doors.

  • Watch a scary movie in a dark room or out on the patio under a blanket. How about an old classic like “The Curse of Frankenstein” or “Dracula”?
  • Time to bake again. No one wants to heat the house up in the hot summer months. October is perfect for breaking out the bakeware and cooking your favorite recipes.
  • Take a walk around your neighborhood to see how others are decorating for the holidays (or just to wave hello). You might want to share some of those baked goods you’ve made.
  • Visit a local pumpkin patch to pick a few orange gourds right off the vine rather than buying them from the store. While you’re there, go for the full corn maze and warm cider experience. And don’t forget to roast a batch of seeds from your carved pumpkin.
  • Decorate for the season. Replace plates with decorative dishes. Arrange corn stalks around entranceways. Set out gourds and candles on an end table. Whatever you like to do, it’ll put you in a fall frame of mind.
Pumpkin bin
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