As the temperature eventually falls across the Pearland and Friendswood area, there are various activities popping up for friends, families and everyone to enjoy. Here are 10 local fall activities worth checking out. This list is not comprehensive.

Del Bello Lakes fall festival

Del Bello Lakes on Oct. 16 will host a fall festival event at the Jaxon’s Cove Recreation Center complex, located at 4530 Martin Ridge Drive, Manvel. The event, which will be held from noon-4 p.m. on Oct. 16, will allow visitors to enjoy free food, such as roasted corn, snow cones and caramel apples. There will also be a petting zoo and an inflatable games center. People will also be allowed to visit any of the eight builder model homes in the community and register to win a $250 Amazon gift card.

Fall for Autumn Fest at the Lawn

Baybrook Mall, located at 500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood, will host a fall event Oct. 23. The event will last from noon-4 p.m. and feature giveaways and entertainment. Additionally, there will be a special screening of “Hocus Pocus” on The Lawn. 281-667-9100.

Trick-or-Treat in the Patch at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on Oct. 24 will host a free pumpkin patch event at 2535 E. Broadway St., Pearland. People are encouraged to go in costume and enjoy the annual pumpkin patch. It will last from 6-7:30 p.m. 281-485-3843.

Valloween Madness at Vallensons’ Brewing Co.

Vallensons’ Brewing Co. on Oct. 29 from 6 p.m. to midnight will be hosting its Valloween Madness event at 4081 Rice Drier Road, Pearland. Vallensons’ Brewing Co. encourages those attending to come in full costume as there will be a costume contest. Additionally, there will be decorations, foggers and lighting choreographed with music and live performance from Castaway Radio.

Haunted Hatchets Tournament at Hurling Hatchets

Haunted Hatches, an annual world axe throwing league tournament, will provide Pearland residents with an opportunity at a unique challenge from Oct. 22-24. The Haunted Hatchets tournament will include a combination of standard, axe and duel competitions. Being held at 1331 E. Broadway St., Ste. H, Pearland, participants will need to register and pay a fee that varies from each contest ahead of time to compete.

Fall Festival at the Vic Coppinger Family YMCA

The Vic Coppinger Family YMCA, located at 2700 YMCA Drive, Pearland, on Oct. 29 will host a fall festival.

The event, which will run from 6-8 p.m., will feature a petting zoo, a haunted house, a costume parade, games, face painting and food vendors. Early registration will be $10 per family for YMCA members and $15 per family for nonmembers; admission will be $20 per family on the day of the event. 281-485-6805.

Trick or Treat on Our Street & Pup-O-Ween Event

Businesses around the Pearland Town Center located at 11200 Broadway St., Pearland, will provide an opportunity for trick-or-treaters looking to get an early stash of candy Oct. 30. The Trick or Treat on Our Street & Pup-O-Ween Event will last from 5-8 p.m.; participating businesses will have bright orange signs for those looking to trick-or-treat, and the Fort Bend Symphony will perform from 6-7 p.m. There will also be a dog parade and costume contest. 713-340-0712.

Halloween Festival at The Box Bakery and Kitchen

The Box Bakery and Kitchen, located at 1130 Broadway St., Ste. 114, will host its first Halloween festival Oct. 30. The event will last from 6-8:30 p.m. and will offer prizes, games, a DJ, food and treats. 281-947-8137.

Trick or Treat at Cole’s Flea Market

Cole’s Flea Market located at 1014 N. Main St., Pearland, will host a trick-or-treat event Oct. 31. The event will include a face painter, a balloon artist and a pumpkin bucket raffle, and those in a Halloween costume can get free candy. 832-243-4413.

Trick or Treat Trail 2021

The Pearland Parks and Recreation department will host its 15th annual Trick or Treat Trail on Oct. 31 at Independence Park, located at 3449 Pearland Parkway, Pearland. The free event will last from 6-8 p.m. and feature local businesses and organizations lining up to pass out candy, and there will also be local food trucks on-site. 281-412-8900.