Real talk: even though Montreal is a happening city, it's possible to feel a little bored from time to time. Especially in the Fall. Leaves are changing, school is starting, it's getting colder out and some of us might feel a little restless. But don't worry if you're hanging around, not knowing what to do with your life. Here's a handy list of events to go to, and things to do, to keep you good and entertained. Read on for 15 Things To Do In Montreal When You're Bored This Fall.\n1. Catch a free movie at one of 20 Cineplex Theatres\nOn October 24, you can catch Pitch Perfect for free. Other movies too, but can we all just agree that Pitch Perfect was a masterpiece?\n2. Go for some free yoga, compliments of Lululemon\nThe only thing better than yoga is free yoga.\nPhoto cred - Restaurant Sinclair\n3. Check out Montreal's Restaurant Week\nIt's pretty much like a Montreal restaurant tour, and it happens every week until November 8. Check out the website for more information.\n4. Catch a documentary at the Documentary Film Festival\nBecause the only thing better than a good documentary on a Fall evening, is a bunch of awesome documentaries on many Fall evenings. Check out their website for more info.\n5. Take a stroll through Beaver Lake\nAnd prepare to have your breath taken away.\n6. Save some money and go sample sale shopping\nThere are tons of sample sales happening during October/November. But S/O to La Grande Braderie de Mode Québécoise taking place this week.\n7. Admire the undead at the Zombie Walk\nThis only works if you're bored during the day at Halloween. But it's super worth it.\nPhoto cred - Marché Jean-Talon\n8. Feel Fall A.F. by strolling through the Jean-Talon Market\nPick up a pumpkin for carving. Or for seed-roasting if you go after Halloween.\n9. Swim like Ariel\nGet rid of the Fall blues by immersing yourself in a life under the sea. Check out Aquamermaid during their open house at Lasalle Aquadome. Or, you know. Go whenever.\n10. Visit the Botanical Gardens for the Gardens Of Light\nWhat's better than taking a stroll through a beautiful garden during the Fall? Staying for the light show.\n11. Go for a pint at Le Le Sainte-Elisabeth\nAnd enjoy the Fall foliage as you're getting tipsy.\n12. Check out the Cinemania French Film Festival\nWith movies that include English subtitles, for those of us who aren't totally sure of the strength of our bilingualism.\nPhoto cred - Piatto Pieno\n13. Go to Little Italy for an "Aperitivo"\nFor $15, you can go on a restaurant tour of Little Italy and meet new people. And also enjoy wine. This is a win win, my friends. Do not wait until you're bored to do this. Check here for more info.\n14. Support indie artists at Expozine\nLike supporting local artists? Like indie zines? Boom. Boredom solved. Check out their website for full information.\n15. Check out Souk @ Sat\nRemember when I asked if you liked to support local artists? Well, then Souk @ Sak is your dream come true. Bask in their gloriousness and check out more information here.