3 Fun Fall Events in Victoria, TX

There’s a lot to do to celebrate autumn here in Texas. The Atzenhoffer team has rounded up just a few fun fall events in Victoria, Texas, that are worth putting on your calendar.

Victoria Farmers’ Market

Celebrate the season of feasting when you sample the wares and channel your inner foodie at the Victoria Farmers’ Market. Held every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pattie Dodson Health Center, the market provides a great opportunity to support local farmers, crafters, and businesses expanding your culinary and artistic experiences.

“Fall for Dance”

Reap the rewards of the Victoria Ballet Theatre’s careful cultivation of their choreography when you attend one of two performances on Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Leo J. Welder Center. Attend at 2 or 7 p.m. to enjoy a visual and aural feast of the ballet company’s classical and contemporary dance repertoire. Book tickets online here to ensure that you and a partner or a few friends get the chance to witness this autumnal exhibition.

Victoria Independent Film Festival

Sample the harvest of independent films from emerging cinema producers when you attend the virtual Victoria Independent Film Festival. Held from Oct. 22 to Nov. 1, this extravaganza will be accessible to Victoria residents as well as to movie buffs nationwide. Monitor the event’s website in the days ahead for more details about the festival schedule as well as the featured films.

Remember to schedule your vehicle’s fall service appointment. Or browse our inventory here at Atzenhoffer in Victoria if it’s time to upgrade to a brand-new or new-to-you ride this autumn.

Games to Play at Home With the Kids

Family at home | Victoria, TX

With the current stay-at-home orders, many of us are spending a lot more time with our children than we did before. A fun and easy way to connect with your kids during this time is to play games with them. Here are five fun games to play while we are all stuck inside together.

Paper games

Grab a sheet of paper and a few pencils or pens and try some classic games like hangman, dots & squares, “Why?  Because,” or even Battleship.

Card games

Dig out an old deck of cards and teach your kids your favorite card games. It can be as simple as Go Fish or something more complicated like Euchre.

Puzzles

We all have a collection of puzzles we have gathered over the years and never had time to do. We all have the time now. Turn puzzle building into a family activity.

Freeze dance

Turn on some fun music and play the freeze game. Whenever you stop the music, your kids have to freeze in place. Make it more challenging by having them freeze in different positions, like yoga poses, animals, or letters.

Remember to contact us at Atzenhoffer, if your family is need of a new vehicle for all of your future road trips and travels.