It is now autumn and apple picking season is upon us. As one of the most quintessential Fall Activities, it is extremely important that you know what to do with all those apples!
It is no secret that the summer temperatures are rising; July has been a scorcher and August is sure to bring more heat. The neighborhood in which Highland Farms resides will no doubt follow this hot trend, so residents need to find suitable ways to beat the heat. Here are some options: take a cold shower. Run through a sprinkler. Move to the North Pole. Run up your air conditioning bill. Have an ice cream. Ice cream? Yes, ice cream. Visit one of these local creameries and chiiiiill.
As the official start of summer is near, it is time that to prepare your itinerary for activities to partake in for the season of flowers and sunshine. What better time of year is there to spend outdoor time with family and friends? Picnicking has always been a lovely idea for quality time; why not take a chance to enjoy the sunshine and satisfy your appetite in the process? Fall River has over 20 parks to choose to spend time in over the summer which in turn accounts for approximately 172 acres of park land at your disposal. Below you will find a list of four outstanding parks you should consider visiting this summer:
The breeze is warming, the birds are chirping, and grills around the nation are being lit up for the first barbecue of the season. There is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than by throwing a barbecue for friends and family to enjoy. With the abundance of decks and porches at the custom homes of Highland Park, residents in this community are given access to infinite barbecue potential. Whether you prefer a slow-cooked rib dipped in sauce, grilled corn or eggplant, or some swordfish steaks – the grill can handle it all. If you’re primed to throw a barbecue party this May, take a look at our recipe suggestions for some innovative twists on classic dishes!
Living in a place that has a ton of historic affiliations only adds cultural nourishment and perspective to residents of the area. Spring is upon us in full force, and with the change in seasons comes a busy calendar of fun historical events!
Ladies and Gentlemen: love is filling the air around us. Can you feel it? With Valentine’s Day approaching, the team at Highland Farms Fall River has gathered a few spots around the area to take your special someone.
Every year, millions use the change of the year to improve their lives. Resolutions come in all shapes and sizes – quitting a bad habit, focusing on yourself, learning a new skill, and really anything one wants it to be. This may be a big year for you; maybe you moved, or you bought your first home. The team at Highland Farms has gathered together our top 3 easiest resolutions for home owners.
Can you believe it’s already Christmas time again? It feels like the past year flew by, and quicker than most. Regardless, it’s one of our personal favorite times of the year to celebrate. There’s always so much fun to do with family, and after it all, everyone will be sound asleep dreaming of sugar plums! We’ve gathered a few of our choices happening in Fall River, home to Highland Farms.
One of the best seasons, in our opinion, is autumn. With the slight scents of fall-flavored coffee, the delectable taste of fresh Apple Cider, and the stunning views of leaves changing in your own backyard, there is no better place to appreciate the changing of the seasons than Highland Farms. Autumn is also the season for spooky happenings, pumpkin carvings, trick-or-treating, and all kinds of themed fun! We’ve got a fantastic list of suggestions for activities this spooky season!
Fall River, home to strong historic ties and modern community life, also has strong educational institutions. In a family-driven town, it is extremely important to acknowledge and appreciate those who make the schooling foundations strong. We have gathered a list of some of the top public schools in Fall River, home to Highland Farms.