Looking for activities in Katy and Fulshear this fall? Explore this guide for events in September and October.

Annual Pumpkin Patch

Visiting Blessington Farms between September and November gets guests access to its annual pumpkin patch, where they can explore unique varieties of pumpkins and over 25 photo ops throughout the grounds. The pumpkin patch is an activity specific for fall, but there are more than 20 other activities included in admission—such as the chicken hut, goat yard, hay palace and rat races.Autumn Acres Gift Market

Shoppers can get ready for the fall and Christmas seasons by selecting holiday gifts and decorations from local small business vendors at this event.
  • Sept. 22-23, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Tickets are $5. Kids 12 years old and younger are free.
  • Gerald D. Young Facility-L.D. Robinson Pavilion, 5825 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road, Katy
  • www.homefortheholidaysgiftmarket.com
Christmas Cantata
Get serenaded by an award-winning choir and hear an orchestra. (Courtesy Gracias Choir)
The award-winning Gracias Choir will perform classical music, with the hopes of inspiring listeners to meditate on the true meaning of Christmas at this musical show at the newly established Fort Bend Epicenter. The show is divided into three acts, which are characterized by an opera, musical, orchestra and choir performance.Second Annual Kids Fishing Tournament

Katy Christian Ministries will put on its second annual kids fishing tournament, where children 17 years old and younger can participate. Activities at the event include archery, fishing classes, lunch and lawn games. Italian ice will also be available to keep cool. Proceeds will benefit KCM’s food pantry, social services, crisis center and counseling services.State of Healthcare

The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce will host officials from area health care systems—such as Houston Methodist West Hospital, Memorial Hermann Katy, MD Anderson West Houston and Rapid Care Emergency Room—as they divulge on the state of health care. Officials will highlight ongoing and future projects and current trends in the medical system.
  • Oct. 13, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Nonmember pricing starts at $50.
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton Houston West-Katy, 16435 Katy Freeway, Houston
  • www.katychamber.com
Katy Rice Harvest Festival

To commemorate the area’s history and longstanding cultural and economic values, the city of Katy will host the annual Katy Rice Harvest Festival, a family event with 175 vendors, live international music, food trucks, a beer garden, and contests and a carnival. This event is in partnership with Rotary Club of Katy, and 100% of festival proceeds will be donated to local scholarships, nonprofits and charities.
  • Oct. 13, 6-10 p.m.; Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Oct. 15, noon-6 p.m.
  • Free Oct. 13; $10 adults Oct. 14-15; kids are free.
  • Historic Downtown Plaza, 910 Ave. C, Katy
  • www.katyriceharvestfestival.com
All Elite Wrestling: AEW Dynamite and Rampage
See some pro-wrestlers duke it out at the Fort Bend Epicenter. (Courtesy All Elite Wrestling)
All Elite Wrestling’s Dynamite and Rampage squads, an alternative to mainstream wrestling that’s often featured on networks like TNT and TBS, will stop in Rosenberg this fall for an action-packed night of live entertainment.Boorific Nights
Get spooky with Boorific Nights. (Courtesy Dewberry Farm)
On weekends between Oct. 6-29, visit Dewberry Farm for its spooky Boorific Nights. On these nights, its corn maze gets scary, and the farm is alight with the glow of hundreds of jack-o-lanterns. Life-sized lanterns of horror characters decorate the grounds, while axe-throwing with Jason from Camp Crystal Lakes and a "Stranger Things" set photo op are just two of the featured activities.