It's the first day of September, meaning that the fall feels are officially starting to kick in. It may still be sunny, but is it just me or is the weather outside starting to feel a bit chilly?\nNow that fall is upon us, we can finally look forward to autumn leaves, Halloween decorations, a whole lotta lattes. So you probably just blew a whole bunch of money on your summer vacation, but not to fret, because we're here to show you some awesome things to do in BC. So let's go!\nSeptember 🍂\nFall in love with fall.\nOctober 🎃\nSay hallo to Halloween.\nNovember 🎄\nA.k.a Christmas prep period.\nClick "Next" for free things to do in September.\nSeptember 🍂\nvia @funrichmond\n1. Check out the Richmond World Fest!\nSep 1 to 2\nThere're going to be tons of food trucks and a lot of music from Tokyo Police Club, Dragonette and Verbal Jint.\nvia @olakrol_\n2. Warm up in a natural hot spring.\nAll undeveloped hot springs are FREE! Even if they are developed, they're dirt cheap to take a dip in.\nvia @goodnightout_vancouver\n3. Hit up the Victory Square Block Party.\nSep 3 @ 2PM to 9PM\nGood music, good people.\nvia @jaipee\n4. Fall in love with fall with these breathtaking views in BC.\nFall is a good look on BC.\nvia @jofficial.will\n5. Conquer these epic food challenges to get your food for free.\nThink you have what it takes to destroy an 8-patty burger in 30 minutes?\nvia @kpgrill\n6. Discover the Instagrammable walls of Vancouver.\nDo it for the Insta.\nvia @thevancouversun\n7. Hit up TaiwanFest all around downtown.\nSep 2 to 4\nThere's even going to be a beer garden. Lots and lots of beer.\nvia @ciarateo\n8. Get free makeup from Urban Decay at Metrotown.\nSep 7 to 10\nGet free gift cards between $25 and $500 on Urban Decay's birthday weekend!\nvia @streetfoodvancouver\n9. Eat your heart out at the StreetFood Vancouver Festival.\nSep 10 @ 12PM to 6PM\nAdmission is totally free and there's going to be sooo muchhhh food.\nvia @brittny_k\n10. Go on a perfect fall hike while it's still kinda warm outside.\nIt's never too late to go hiking in Vancouver.\nClick "Next" for free things in October.\nOctober 🎃\nvia @myinterwebs\n11. Watch marching ghosts and witches at the Halloween Parade.\nOct 15 @ 11AM\nGet in the Halloween spirit early and watch the Halloween Parade!\nvia @diableriex\n12. Get ready for Halloween and creep yourself out at these haunted places in BC.\nWorth every scream.\nA post shared by @alanakrahenbil on Oct 29, 2016 at 7:51pm PDT\n13. Watch the Thriller Zombie Flash Mob Dance.\nOct 28 @ 3 PM\nWatch zombies dance to Thriller, or you can even be part of it! Click on to their website to join.\nvia @elika.in.love\n14. Explore Vancouver's hidden gems with this ultimate scavenger hunt.\nTropical indoor sanctuaries, $80 punch bowls, absinthe fountains...the list goes on.\nvia @tourismvictoriabc\n15. Visit this insane castle in Victoria.\nThat castle in Deadpool? Yup!\nvia @world.citizen.agency\n16. Take a trip to this crazy spotted lake in BC.\n...or don't if you have trypophobia like me.\nvia @theworkinggirl.ca\n17. Take more super cute fall-themed Instagram photos at these Vancouver places.\nPumpkin patch photos are an October must.\nvia @alischroeder\n18. Visit the creepy abandoned ghost town of Kitsault.\nThe town built in the 1980s was completely abandoned after 18 months...and it's creepy AF.\nClick "Next" for free things in November.\nNovember 🎄\nvia @marniekohjum\n19. Explore old railways and abandoned trestles at Myra Canyon Park in Kelowna.\nAny time is a good time to visit Kelowna.\nvia @culturecrawl\n20. Check out the East Side Culture Crawl.\nNov 16 to 19\nAre you an artsy fartsy person? This four-day visual arts and design festival is going to be fire.\nvia @m_you16\n21. See the Christmas lights and fireworks at Lights of Hope at Saint Paul's Hospital.\nNov 24\nIt's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas.\nvia @keriadamslife\n22. Watch a 55-ft Christmas tree light up at the Surrey Tree Lighting Festival.\nNov 25 @ 12PM to 7PM\nThere's even going to be a Christmas Ferris Wheel!\nvia @thisthursday\n23. Get in the holiday spirit and visit the Chelsea Christmas Craft Fair.\nDates TBA\nGift ideas? I think so.