“I am so glad to live in a world where there are Octobers!”
-Anne of Green Gables

October weather is just about perfect for any outdoor activity, from bike rides through the park to backyard football games. One of the more popular things to do this month is to take day trips to see a “cluster of leaves, flowers and branches,” otherwise known as fall’s foliage. From the eastern coast of New England to Washington’s western edge, a cornucopia of cascading colors awaits onlookers as trees shake loose their bright leaves, leaving a wondrous reminder of Mother Nature’s beauty. With our community warm and full we are going to have a delightful fall here at the Kensington Sierra Madre with hot cider, fall walks, and lots of autumn festivities. I am looking forward to celebrating Oktoberfest and our annual Haunted House and community trick or treating!

With Love,

Kensington Executive Director Brandy Valencia

Brandy Valencia, Executive Director

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