It’s Fall Y’all! September 22 marks the first day of Fall and we can’t be more excited for cooler temperatures and even cooler things to do in Cedar Park. Check out our list of ideas and activities to celebrate the season in a safe and socially distanced way.
drive-in Shows at the H-E-B Center
H-E-B Center at Cedar Park is putting on drive-in style concerts and live shows! So load up your car or truck and bring your whole crew to enjoy some outdoor, socially-distanced entertainment. A few highlights for their live concerts will be; Everclear & Sister Hazel on October 2-3, Skillet on October 9-10, and Jason Boland and the Stragglers on October 15. If you want to laugh instead of rock out, check out comedian Iliza Shlesinger on October 8 or Greg Gutfeld on October 11. Make sure and check out their website because there are even more drive-in style events being added for the Fall.
Celebrate the season with a Craft Brew
Cedar Park Breweries are gearing up for Fall by offering inventive craft brews and serving them up with delicious food. Celebrate the season with an Oktoberfest style lagers and a great selection of stouts to get you through those crisp Fall days. Taprooms and patios are open for dine-in service at limited capacity. Of course, you can always get their beer to-go by ordering online.
Savor Fall Chocolate Flavors virtually
At Delysia’s Virtual Chocolate Tasting Experience, customers will broaden their culinary palate as they explore Fall chocolate flavor profiles. Delysia will ship the chocolates to your doorstep before your virtual tasting along with a instructions and a meeting link. The virtual tastings are interactive, with attendee engagement and participation throughout the experience. It’s truly a unique experience that’s fun for everyone.
After the hot Texas summer, it will be nice to cool down on the ice. Take the family to Chaparral Ice located at the newly developed Crossover Sports Complex in Cedar Park. In order to keep things safe and socially distant, you can reserve a spot online for their public skating sessions. Looking for other things to do on the ice? They also have classes for learning how to play ice hockey, figure skating and curling.
Looking for something to get your creative juices flowing? Head on over to Board & Brush Cedar Park and book a sign making class. They give you everything you need to make decorative wood signs, trays, coat racks, clocks, garden boxes, shelves and more! Their studio has updated guidelines to ensure the health and safety of their guests and staff, but you can also purchase DIY at Home Kits if you’d like to do a creative project from home.
Planning a Fall Stay-Cation? Cedar Park hotels are dedicated to your health and safety so that you can travel confidently.