It's officially Autumn, people. The weather is throwing temper tantrums, the leaves are spiraling out of control, and everyone's out and about experiencing the last breaths of mild temperatures before the proverbial first snow.

With these last breaths of the outdoors calling, so comes the fall-themed events and even the start of indoor winterpaloozas. This expanse of activities means that if you are bored this weekend, it's absolutely your own fault.

We've put together a special list of what you might want to get out and about to do, and as a bonus, we've paired it with our favorite TGS products to enhance your experience.(But, as always, consume responsibly, legally, and do not drive high.)

Pumpkin Festival

Friday, October 11th - Sunday, October 13th

9am at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms in Littleton

The quintessential Fall activity, complete with a 10-acre pumpkin patch, corn maze, face painting, food trucks, and carnival games. This event is family-friendly and open to everyone!

Chatfield recommends purchasing tickets ($8 for non-members) in advance, and it's a BYOW (bring your own wagon) event!

TGS's Recommended Pairing:We recommend enjoying someearthy tasting, highly-potent floweras an homage to the earthy festival vibes (guaranteed to make the corn maze way more complicated). Make sure you do it legally and get someone else to drive you there. And please, keep it classy by not disrupting the family-friendly atmosphere of the festival!


Saturday, October 12th

10am - 6pm at Arapahoe County Fairgrounds

It's not just for dessert! Chocolate lovers, this is a one-day only festival showcasing the versatility of everyone's favorite treat. The event features a vast array of chocolate types and forms, hosted within everything from tastings to Happy Hour to pairing classes.

TGS's Recommended Pairing:The simple, smooth, and hand-craftedChocolate Marblebite. Eat a few before you Lyft over to the event to get ready for choco-mania!

Taps & Tails

Thursday, October 10th, 17th, and 24th

6pm - 10pm at Denver Zoo

Bears. Beers. Bonzai flower.

This could be your triple-threat experience at the Taps & Tails event hosted by the Denver Zoo. For this event, the zoo opens its doors to local breweries for all 21+ audiences to enjoy, in addition to food, live music, and (of course) zookeeper demonstrations with some of the animals.

Bonus:Animal onesie night is on the 24th

TGS's Recommended Pairing:A classy Denver-night-out deserves highest-quality flower. OurBonzaicollection will get you right in the mood for the event. Remember: don't consume illegally at venues, and don't smoke and drive please!

Urban Market

Saturday, October 12th & 13th

11am - 7pm at Skyline Park

Art, crafts, furniture, jewelry, and food. It's an open-air boutique/haven for those on a mission to shop and find unique local goods. Support small business in the heart of Downtown Denver.

TGS's Recommended Pairing:Ultra Pure Flavored Cartridges. Fun flavors to get you ready for a fun-filled shopping experience.

Tacos and Tequila Beer Festival

Saturday, October 12th

5pm - 9pm at Temple Nightclub

Tacos, tequila, beer, and... cannabis. Join a host of vendors and chefs as they celebrate our favorite pairings with unlimited beer samples, photo booths, live music, and chef-created dishes. Plus, tequila! Need we say more?

TGS's Recommended Pairing:Kick the beer festival off with a cannabis-infusedCeriabeer!


Friday, October 11th

5pm - 10pm at Dairy Block Downtown

And now for something completely different...

Thrifting, live music, and cocktails all in one place for the veritable bargain hunter extraordinaire. The Dairy Block is hosting ThriftCon, where vintage vendors will have all kinds of throwback looks on sale. We all know the 70s are coming back into style, and even if those looks aren't for you, Halloween is right around the corner...

TGS's Recommended Pairing:A five-pack of Regular Cones, because with all the newfangled ways to consume cannabis, when was the last time you just smoked a joint?

And, if none of these events tickle your fancy, come up with our own fall event/cannabis pairing by choosing your favorite product for pick-up on ourwebsite, or visiting one of our 18locations. Have fun out there!

Quick Fact

Curing Cannabis Plants- This very gradual drying process involves moderate humidity and mild temperatures, preserving the dimensionality of cannabis plants and the consumption experience. The better and more gradual the curing process, the more sophisticated a grower's yields become, including preserved aromas, flavors, and potency.