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The September event provides the opportunity to see the beautiful countryside dotted with Amish farms while getting exercise at the same time. Individuals or teams of riders embark on circular paths spanning anywhere from 15 to 100 miles in length. At designated stops along the way, Amish families offer a number of delicious home baked goods in addition to musical entertainment. At the end of the day, participants are invited to an after tour party at the Legislative Mall where a picnic lunch, activities and more live entertainment awaits.

The Native American Nation joins together for a weekend in September to commemorate and remember their heritage while passing it onto the next generation. The Native Americans welcome all people to join them in this celebration, which features traditional foods, dance and a variety of unique arts and crafts. All are also welcome to tour the Nanticoke Indian Museum.

In an effort to gain recognition for the community, local leaders developed this November weekend event, which centers around locally grown apples and a locally homemade food known as scrapple. The event begins with a carnival, a food court offering a variety of popular treats and a street dance. Beginning the next morning, guests have the chance to indulge in an authentic scrapple breakfast. There are games for visitors of all ages that include scrapple carving and scrapple chunking. Other activities include car shows and tractor pulls along with craft and trade shows. The event also features an array of live entertainment.

For four days during the middle of October, Rehoboth Beach says good-bye to summer and welcomes the fall season with the gala jazz festival offering daily concerts at five venues located throughout the community. Local bars and restaurants join in on the celebration by providing unique dining choices. Diners also enjoy live entertainment with their meals. Locals and visiting jazz fans alike come to hear renditions performed by everyone from new talent to celebrity guests.

For a weekend toward the end of October, locals offer a number of activities geared toward celebrating Halloween. The fun begins with a family movie presented in Grove Park. Guests are also welcome to take a hayride, participate in beach games, compete in the broom tossing contest and go trick-or-treating by the light of lanterns. The event also features a number of events that include a costume parade and a costumed dog parade. Enjoy a historical tour of the community by trolley car and hear the music provided by live bands.

This community has an unusual method of welcoming fall by presenting an entire weekend of events that include pumpkin chunking. The charitable event takes place during the first weekend in November and brings engineering and science enthusiasts together to see which team creates the device that launches and catapults a pumpkin the greatest distance. A schedule of live bands play all weekend and the community also holds a few beauty contests for its youngest residents. A number of vendors attend and offer beverages, food and a wide selection of souvenirs and gifts.

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