Does it get any more cozy than a fall movie night with farm animals?

Fall Brook Stables in Taberg is proving that it probably doesn't with its upcoming movie night. On October 23 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., kids and families can head to the stables for a movie night with the miniature horses and a donkey.

Fall Brook encourages everyone to wear a warm Halloween costume and bring chairs and blankets for the movie. They will be showing Dolittle with Robert Downey Jr. and all guests will receive a goodie bag. The movie night costs $35 per person, and FBS students receive a $5 discount. Message Fall Brook Stables on Facebook to reserve your spot.

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Halloween, like most holidays this year, is turning out to look a little different than it did in years past. Central New York residents are accommodating for the coronavirus pandemic and getting creative in how they celebrate.

Looking for another fun and unique way to celebrate fall? Moose River Farm in Old Forge is offering haunted llama treks to benefit the Herkimer County Humane Society. While the farm offers llama treks year-round, this special haunted experience is only available for two sessions on October 30 at 5:45 and 7 p.m. You'll need to make a reservation in advance by emailing mooseriverfarm@gmail.com, by calling 315-369-3854 or by texting 315-240-4707.