Fall is in the air

Fall is my all-time favourite season here in Estevan. I love oversized thick sweaters and Pumpkin Spice everything, but most of all, the fall colours that paint the pretties picture when outside.

Here are a few experiences that are a must in Estevan this fall.

1. Michael’s Coffee Shop & Bakery

Michael’s Coffee Shop and Bakery on King Street is locally owned and adorable inside! They have two locations here in Estevan and Carlyle!  I suggest ordering one of their iconic homemade Cinnamon Bun and a London Fog. The interior space is open and charming. They sell local wares, pottery and love to support local.

2. The General Store

The General Store on 4th Street is new to Estevan and is the cutest place to shop. It stocks items from vendors from the Estevan and surrounding areas; art décor, handmade items, clothing, snacks, and even supper ideas! Wouldn’t these cookies make a great addition to a gift package?

3. Woodlawn Regional Park

To soak in the colours of fall, make sure you walk through Preddy Trails in Woodlawn Regional Park. The trails are on the outskirts of the city; you can even walk on a paved path from the city there! Or if you are driving, I suggest parking near the Dog Park. Keep your eye out for wildlife!

4.Homemade Cravings

Let’s talk about food, Thanksgiving is around the corner, and we have a local homemade place that can help you with Thanksgiving supper! I love the homemade perogies and cabbage rolls from Homemade Cravings! It’s delicious and no fuss for my kitchen!

5. Go Skating at Affinity Place

The ice time and programs are available for drop-in activities at Affinity Place. Lace-up your skates for Parent & Tot Skate or get your gear on for Noon Hockey. A bonus, the programs are FREE thanks to sponsors, the Estevan Strippers Hockey Club and Southeast Tree Care.

 

Don’t forget to #ExperienceEstevan on your adventures!

-Mads

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Madison Colbow
Madison Colbow
I grew up as a hockey player and was away from my hometown, Estevan for a lot of my childhood. I moved out of my family house at the age of sixteen and lived in Weyburn, Saskatchewan with a billet family.

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