Wales West Pumpkin Patch Express
13670 Smiley Street, Silverhill
September 30 – October 31
Ride a real Steam Train to the Haunted Barn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, decorate a FREE Pumpkin, enjoy Refreshments, Miniature Train Ride, Hay Ride, and Children’s Bounce House. Exciting Pumpkin Canon, Pony Rides/Petting Zoo, Cafe and Gift Shop available for a slight fee. DAY TRAINS KIDDIE-FRIENDLY; SCARY NIGHT TRAINS BEGIN AT 7 PM. Open Fridays, 5pm to 9pm, Saturdays and Sundays, 1pm to 9pm. Starting October 24 open every day: 5 to 9 PM week nights, 1pm to 9pm weekends. Sign up early on web site for discounts. $15 per person, plus tax; children 2 and under, FREE. All Aboard!
(888) 569-5337 or (251) 232-2322
Brantley Farms Petting Zoo
26214 Pollard Road, Daphne
October 1 – October 31
Open Saturdays 9am – 2pm. We offer a Grass Maze, Pony Rides, Train Ride, Petting Zoo, Playground and more! Admission is $5.50. Add a pony ride or train ride for $3.25. Make the day complete with a grass maze for only $1! Group rates available for groups of 10 or more. Reservations Required. Additional hours are available for groups. Please call to schedule your reservation. Find us on Facebook!
Magnolia Corn Maze
15275 County Road 49, Summerdale
October 1 – November 5
Come Join Us for some A-Maze-ing Fun this Fall. Magnolia Corn Maze has many activities that the entire family will enjoy. Two Challenging Corn Mazes, Hayride and Cow Train. Petting Zoo, Pig Races and Pony Rides. We have Bazooka Ball, Corn Cannons, Duck Races and lots More! We have also added a Jump Pad and Knocker ball. We host Parties and have Campfire sites. Hours at the Corn Maze are Friday from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm; Saturday from 11:00 am – 9:00 pm and Sunday from 12 pm – 5 pm. Special Events: Zombie Paintball October 21st & 22nd and October 28th & 29th from 7pm -11pm. Please visit our website for admission prices and like us on Facebook for more information.
(251) 605-7216 www.magnoliacornmaze.com
10836 Tanner Williams Road, Lucedale
October 1 – October 31
Come to the border of Mississippi and Alabama on Tanner Williams Road, and you’ll find tons of family fun, fresh air, twisting corn maze, fantastic food, and an evening by a crackling fire! In celebration of the 50th anniversary of “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown – we are bringing to you one of the most memorable experiences of a lifetime. We have a challenging corn maze, pig races, hayrides and cow train, giant jumping pillow, tube slide, corn cannon, and Farm animals and goat walk, field of fright and pony rides. Our flexible hours and admission allows you to choose how many activities are right for your family and budget, but we have to say, the All Day Pass is a terrific bargain for a full day of fun! Our Wagon Wheel Cafe offers delicious barbeque sandwiches, pulled pork, hotdogs, drinks and more. We have birthday Huts and party pavilions available by reservation for special events and birthdays. Make reservations now for a fire pit for your group for a perfect evening. Join us October 1st, 2016 for American Heroes Day – All members of the U.S. Military, retired and active duty, firefighters, law enforcement, EMS personnel, along with their dependents, with valid ID are admitted free! The pumpkin barn opens in October with a great selection of perfect pumpkins for your jack-o-lanterns and decorations. October 8 – Peanuts Movie Night; October 1, 8 & 15 – Bay Area Food Bank Drive; October 15, 22 and 29 will be the dates to join us if you dare for a Halloween Scare! Hauntings begin at dusk (doors open at 6:00pm). October 29 is Trick or Treat Saturday, Come meet your favorite cartoon characters. November 5 is Grandparents Day. Hours of operation: Open Saturdays 10:00am-9:00pm Closed Fridays & Sundays. Monday thru Thursday: field trips by reservation. NOTE: Cash Only, No Credit Cards, No Personal Checks.
(228) 641-3936 www.sewardfarms.com
2703 Battleship Parkway, Mobile
September 29 – October 29
For centuries Mobile has been home to pirates, vagabonds, miscreants, soldiers, and ladies of the night. While their bodies may be gone their souls remain. Embark on a spine-tingling tour of Mobile and the Mobile River as we search along our haunted city streets for these forgotten souls who linger somewhere between today and the afterlife. While this tour is quite creepy this is a family attraction! Cost – $20 Adults, $12.50 Kids (3-12), $0 (Infants-2 years).
(251) 802-8687 www.gulfcoastducks.com
Hillcrest Farm Corn Maze
30497 Hixson Road, Elberta
October 1 – October 31
The Corn Maze is open every day except Tuesday & Wednesday. Hours are 8am – 6pm and the cost is $4 per person. For more information call or visit us on Facebook for updates.
Honey Bee Festival- Central
Baldwin Educational Foundation
Honeybee Park, Robertsdale
Come join us as we celebrate our annual Honey Bee 5k and Arts & Crafts Festival on Saturday, October 1st at the Honey Bee Park in downtown Robertsdale. Festival will begin with the Honey Bee 5k race at 8:00 a.m. and will continue throughout the day with plenty of arts & crafts, singing, food, fun and games. There will also be a corn hole tournament with cash prizes! All proceeds from this festival go towards helping our Central Baldwin schools, so come out and help support our children’s education! We look forward to seeing you there! For more information visit our website at www.cbef.org or our Facebook page.
Ghost Tours at Caribe Marina
28101 Perdido Beach Boulevard, Orange Beach
October 2 – 28
Board a family-friendly cruise into Perdido Pass and enjoy a spooky tale of Spanish pirates, buried treasure, moonlit beaches and haunted caverns. Cruise times are 7pm and 8pm. $20 per person for each 45-minute cruise Visit our website, email or call to book your cruise.
(251) 980-8410 www.caribemarina.com
5th Annual Festival of Flavor
112 West Laurel Avenue, Foley
12 p.m. – 5 p.m. The 5th Annual Festival of Flavor is back and better than ever! There is so much to offer and I think you’re going to like the lineup. With over 50 vendors that are offering food samplings, game day tent, bar area and tastings, VIP tent and so much more, you are guaranteed to have a good time! There is something for everyone so make your plans now to be a part of the fun! The Festival of Flavor is sponsored by Riviera Utilities and put on by the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. For more information, call or visit our website.
(251) 943-3291 www.alabamafestivalofflavor.com
Alabama Coastal BirdFest’s Bird & Conservation Expo
Faulkner Campus Amphitheater, Fairhope
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Raptors, snakes, touch tanks, booths, exhibits, and lots of hands-on fun for all ages at the Halstead Amphitheater on the Fairhope Faulkner campus. Admission is free to this family friendly event. The Expo is part of the four-day Alabama Coastal BirdFest from September 30th – October 3rd.
(251) 625-0814 www.alabamacoastalbirdfest.com
Fall in the Fort – Spanish Fort
30900 State Highway 225, Spanish Fort
Join us from 5:30pm – 8:30pm for Fall in the Fort at Spanish Fort Elementary School. Ride the Toro, Petting Zoo, Inflatables, Pumpkin painting, Video game truck, games, food trucks and lots more!
(251) 626-9751 www.bcbe.org/Page/327
Spanish Fort Elementary School Fall Festival
30900 State Highway 225, Spanish Fort
Kids of all ages are welcome to enjoy Spanish Fort Elementary School’s annual Fall Festival. Featuring carnival games, a mechanical bull, inflatables, a hayride, the Game Truck, a dunking booth, pumpkin painting and more… there is something for everyone. Come eat with our local food trucks and play for a good cause. All proceeds benefit the children of Spanish Fort Elementary School and go directly back to helping our teachers, staff and students. Vendor booths are also available! For more information visit us on Facebook at Spanish Fort Elementary PTA or Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(251) 626-9751 www.spanishfortelementary.com
National Shrimp Festival – Gulf Shores
1 Gulf Place, Gulf Shores
October 13 – 16
The Annual National Shrimp Festival presented by Zatarain’s and sponsored in part by our wonderful sponsors, is held each year during on the beautiful beaches of Gulf Shores, Alabama. This is a FREE family event for everyone! The festival is one of the nation’s premier outdoor festivals attracting 250,000 people, featuring over 300 vendors that offer fine art, arts & crafts, a retail marketplace, outdoor village, and of course, SHRIMP!! Two stages offer continuous music while the little one’s can play in the Children’s Activity Village. They can create their own “art” and participate in other fun-filled activities. There really is something for everyone at the festival. Visit our website for more information and Vendor listings.
(251) 968-6091 www.myshrimpfest.com
Corpse Crawl – Zombie Challenge Run
23460 Wolf Bay Drive, Foley
The zombie-themed Corpse Crawl challenge race arrives just in time for Halloween each fall at Graham Creek Preserve. This is a two mile trail run with obstacles, mud pits, and “zombies”.
(251) 923-4267 visitfoley.com
Jellystone Park – Over the Rainbow Fall Festival Trail
12160 Wortel Road, Elberta
October 15, 22 and 29
Follow the yellow brick road at Jellystone’s Over The Rainbow Fall Festival Trail! The trail will be open from 5pm – 9pm. Meet characters from Wizard of Oz! Baked goods, hot dogs, chips and drinks will be available for purchase. The cost is $5 per person and parking is free. For more information please call the tanger station.
(251) 986-3566 www.jellystonegulfcoast.com
Swift Elementary School Annual Fall Festival
6330 Bon Secour Highway, Bon Secour
From 10 am – 1 pm Students, Parents, Family, Friends and Community members come out to the Fall Festival at Swift School! Tickets are $0.50 each and will be used for playing games, buying food, drinks, snow cones and cotton candy. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of more Guided Reading materials for our school. For more information please call or email Garth Smith.
The Organic School Fall Festival
8 Marietta Drive, Fairhope
For decades the Marietta Johnson School of Organic Education has hosted a Fall Festival organized by our students, staff and families. Discover this piece of Fairhope history by joining us on Thursday, October 20th from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm. for this year’s Fall Festival. Mawk Arnold, MJSOE Class of 1942, will officiate the Cake Walk. Donnie Barrett, Director of Fairhope History Museum and former faculty member, and his wife Lottie will look into their crystal ball to tell futures and maybe a story or two from the past. Local musicians will provide music on our new outdoor amphitheater built as an Eagle Scout project by Patrick Lindsay Garner. Local businesses have donated items for the Silent Auction. There are plenty of activities for the children: games with prizes, face painting, and a bouncy house. For more information, please call the school office or email us.
(251) 928-9347 www.fairhopeorganicschool.com
Daphne Public Library – Halloween Movie Night
2607 Highway 98, Daphne
Come join us for a free family movie night Thursday, October 20th from 4pm – 6pm. We will be watching Hocus Pocus in the library community room! Snacks will be provided.
(251) 621-2818 www.daphnelibrary.org
Trick or Trot 5K and Fun Run for USA Children’s & Women’s Hospital
307 North University Boulevard, Mobile
On Friday, October 21, 2016, from 6pm – 9:30pm USA Children’s and Women’s supporters and friends will come together again for the Fourth Annual “Trick or Trot” 5K and Fun Run to raise funds for the Pediatric Emergency Department. This great race will take place at Moulton Tower at the University of South Alabama. This event is filled with family fun, running, trick-or-treating and children’s activities with great food and drinks. The 5K will start at 6:00 p.m. The Fun Run will begin at 7:00 p.m. and is open to walkers and runners of all ages. After race festivities include trick or treating, pumpkin decorating, a photo booth, bounce houses, outdoor movie, train rides, games, music, food and drinks! To date, this race has raised nearly $100,000 for the hospital! Wristbands for Post Race Activities-Each registered runner will receive one wristband in their race bag. Runners can purchase additional wristbands here or day of at the registration tent. Non-Race participants can also purchase wristbands at the Registration Tent day of. For more details, please visit bit.ly/TrickorTrot16.
(251) 415-1636 bit.ly/TrickorTrot16
Daphne Elementary Fall Festival
2307 Main Street, Daphne
Fun for all ages! Join us from 5pm – 8pm for the Daphne Elementary Fall Festival. For more information call the school office or contact Melinda at (251) 680-9883.
(251) 626-2424 www.daphnepto.com
Pirate Night at the Museum
111 South Royal Street, Mobile
Pirates invade the museum! Join us to learn about the pirates of the Mobile Bay area, the Gulf Coast and the Caribbean at this unique Halloween event. Come dressed as a pirate, princess, or other character. There will be a scavenger hunt, storytelling, a costume contest, a make a treasure map activity, goody bags with pirate loot, sword fighting demonstrations, and more! Time: 5:00pm-9:00pm. Admission is $10 for adults, $7.50 for children ages 13-17, $5 for children ages 6-12, and children 5 and under get in for free! Please call (251) 301-0270 for more information or to make a reservation.
(251) 301-0270 www.museumofmobile.com
Gulf Coast Dance Spooktacular
30752 Ember Lane, Spanish Fort
Join us for a spooktacular night of games, goodies, pizza, drinks and prizes. Admission is $10 per child. Costumes encouraged. Hours are 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Call or email for more information.
(251) 621-9755 www.GCDAdance.com
Spooky Movie on the Lawn – The Wharf
4830 Main Street, Orange Beach
Join us on Marina Lawn for a festive fall evening featuring hayrides courtesy of Kutter’s Landscaping, pony rides, complimentary popcorn provided by Carmike Cinemas, free hot chocolate provided by The Southern Grind, and more. Activities are from 6pm-10pm. The movie Hotel Transylvania 2 will begin at 7:30pm.
(251) 224-1000 www.alwharf.com
Tiger Nation Fall Festival & Zombie Fun Run
Baldwin County High School
The Tiger Nation Fall Festival will be held Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Baldwin County High School. This is a Lights On Afterschool Event hosted by Baldwin County High School, Bay Minette Elementary School, and Delta Elementary School 21st CCLC Afterschool Programs. Wristbands will be sold for $5 each providing admission to a special zone with bounce houses, velcro sticky wall, field goal challenge, batters up baseball, jousting/boxing arena, and obstacle course. Booths with an additional cost will be set up by school organizations: Mechanical Bull, Rock Wall, Trackless Train, Edge Slide, and much more. The North Baldwin Coalition for Excellence in Education will sponsor the Zombie FUN Run, beginning at 4 p.m. with advance registration of $10 and $15 on the day of the event.
Christ the King Catholic School Annual Pumpkin Festival
1503 Main Street, Daphne
The annual Pumpkin Festival will be from 12pm – 4pm. Family Fun, Games, Food, Bake Sale, Market Place, Raffle, Cupcake Wars, Inflatables, Dunking Booth, and a Preschool Area for younger participants. Wristbands, which allow access to most activities, are $10 each. Wristbands may be purchased at the gate. For more information call the school office at (251) 626-1692 or visit our website at www.ctkcsdaphne.org.
(251) 626-1692 www.ctkcsdaphne.org
Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo -Boo at the Zoo!
1204 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores
Join the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo for our Annual Boo at the Zoo from 2pm – 5pm October 23rd! Take a walk through the zoo and you will find trick or treat doors, games, and meet some of your favorite animals strolling with our keepers! We’ll have a family friendly DJ, bouncy house, popcorn, pizza and of course our costume contest! Admission: Children $5, Adults and Members are FREE! For more information call or email us today!
(251) 968-5732 www.alabamagulfcoastzoo.org
Hogsmeade Halloween Festival
924 Plantation Blvd (Homestead Village), Fairhope
Hogwarts of Fairhope presents the Hogsmeade Halloween Festival from 2pm – 6pm! Join the Professors and Staff for a fun afternoon of Halloween and Harry Potter themed games, crafts and fun! Come in costume and trick or treat as we transform Homestead Village into Hogsmeade, the legendary all-wizard community from Harry Potter books. There will be a raffle for a chance to win a free registration for Hogwarts of Fairhope Summer Camp 2017. Children of all ages are welcome. The costs is $5 for ages 3 and up with a family cap of $25. Tickets are available online.
(251) 210-6299 https://www.hogwartsoffairhope.com
Bienville Square, Mobile
Woofstock will spread out over an entire city block allowing for even more fun activities, vendor booths, contests and more! We invite humans and their canine companions to spend the day listening to live, local music, enjoying the great food and libations and of course, let’s not forget the ever popular Weiner Dog Race and all-time favorite Doggie Costume Contest. This event benefits The Animal Rescue Foundation. Gates open at 11:00pm. Cost – Adults $10/Children $5.
Foley Elementary School
Trunk or Treat
450 North Cedar Street, Foley
Spaghetti Dinner will be served at 5pm followed by a costume contest at 6pm Fun and games for the students to enjoy will be offered until 8:30pm.
(251) 943-8861 http://www.bcbe.org/foleyelem
3 Circle Church – Trunk or Treat
10274 Highway 104, Fairhope
On Wednesday October 26th from 6pm – 8pm join 3 Circle Church for lots of family fun! Over 200 decorated cars will be giving out treats and playing fun games. We will also live music and food trucks! This is a Safe family event for all ages.
(251) 990-3112 www.3circlechurch.com
2nd Annual Fairhope Witches Ride
101 North Bancroft Street, Fairhope
Fairhope Witches Ride is an easy bike ride in Fairhope. This is the time of year to embrace your inner-witch! The best decorated broom (aka bike) and costume will win a prize! The ‘BLACK HAT BLOCK PARTY’ (pre/post party) will be hosted on Equality Street around McSharry’s. Bring your family to enjoy the party and encourage friends to cheer along the wicked ride route! Registration will start Tuesday, Sept 27th at 10am. Registration includes pre/after party, a bike marker, armband, one raffle ticket and a 2016 FWR shirt. $25 registration includes short-sleeve shirt. $30 registration for a long-sleeve shirt.
City of Foley’s Uptown Halloween
Join us in the streets of downtown Foley from 5:30 – 8pm for a spooky good time, compliments of the downtown merchants, city businesses and the city of Foley. Costume contest, jumpy houses, hayride and many booths to win treats and prizes. Admission is Free.
(251) 943-1300 www.visitfoley.org
Fairhope Intermediate School
2 North Bishop Street, Fairhope
The Fairhope Intermediate School fall festival will be held on Thursday, October 27th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 pm. This is a fun evening for the entire family. There will be carnival style booths, hot food off the grill and an amazing Silent Auction. Be ready to bid on some fabulous baskets, vacations, dinners, spa treatments and professional services at the silent auction. All proceeds raised from the festival go back into the classrooms and directly benefit students. Contact Jennifer McDowell or Angel Smith for more information.
(251) 928-7841 www.fairhopeintermediate.com
Greater Gulf State Fair
1035 North Cody Road, Mobile
October 28 – November 6
It’s time for the Fair! The Grounds will host the 62nd annual Greater Gulf State Fair. This year’s Fair will feature a new theme “Fair Takes Flight” which aims to host feature the greatness of everything flight related under one roof as well as more than 30 adult rides, 30 kid rides and a must-see entertainment line-up!
(251) 344-4573 www.thegroundsmobile.com
Spanish Fort Town Center Halloween Haunt
29000 Bass Pro Drive, Spanish Fort
Spanish Fort Town Center is hosting its Second Annual Halloween Haunt! There will be activities for the entire family including a pumpkin patch, the giant pumpkin walk, games and prizes, DJ, face painting, balloon artists, delicious food trucks, local crafts, and of course Trick- or-Treat fun! Wear your favorite costumes and come prepared to kick off the Halloween weekend “Town Center Park” style! Admission is Free for this event.
Angel Ride & Concert
(Oak Hollow Farm)
14210 south Greeno Road, Fairhope
October 28 – October 29
The Angel Ride festivities will kick off at the campground at Oak Hollow Farms on Friday, October 28th at 9am. Campground fees are $50 and include Friday & Saturday nights in the Campground. Ticket includes Supper & Entertainment. For more information, tickets, camping, and activity schedules, visit our website.
(251) 243-0365 www.angel-ride.org
Daphne High School Key Club Haunted House
9300 Champions Way, Daphne
October 28 – October 29
The 3rd annual Haunted House sponsored by DHS Key Club will be held in Trojan Hall on October 28th & 29th from 7pm – 11pm. Money raised will go to support UNICEF (Trick or Treat for UNICEF) and other Key Club sponsored organizations such as Reading is Fundamental, Children’s Hospital and other Key Club sponsored organizations. This is Key Club’s biggest fundraiser for the year. The cost will be $5.00 and the doors will open at 7:00 each night and close around 11:00 or later depending on the crowd. Only the brave should dare enter! Tickets will be sold at the door. Please come support this important fundraiser!
(251) 626-8787 www.daphnehs.com
Eastern Shore Centre
Trick-or-Treat and a Movie
30500 Highway 31, Spanish Fort
October 28, (Rain Date: Oct. 29th)
Trick-or-Treat at the Eastern Shore Centre from 5:30pm – 7pm. followed by a free outdoor movie beginning at 7 p.m. Bring your blankets and chairs for lots of family fun! Outdoor Movie at 7 pm by the Fountain.
(251) 625-0060 www.easternshorecentre.com
5 Rivers Halloween Bash!
30945 Five Rivers Boulevard, Spanish Fort
On Saturday, Oct 29 from 10am-4pm, join us at the 5 Rivers Halloween Bash! A FREE, family friendly Halloween celebration. There will be crafts, music, movies, trail rides, games, $5 boat tours, food trucks, and a costume contest at 1pm.
(251) 625-0814 www.Alabama5Rivers.com
Boo at Bellingrath
12401 Bellingrath Gardens Road, Theodore
11am – 3pm. Dress up your little ghosts and goblins for a day of Halloween fun! The Gardens will be filled with spooky and fun inflatables to guide visitors along the pathways to the Great Lawn. Local businesses and organizations will set up numerous treat stations to hand out candy and trinkets. We’ll have three Magic Shows featuring Dr. Gee and his magic balloons; Halloween storytelling with our friends from Mobile Public Library; music with the Back Pew Riders; food trucks on the Great Lawn; and extra goodies and surprises throughout the Gardens, sure to please all ages. Although the official hours for Boo at Bellingrath are 11-3, the Gardens will be open during the regular hours of 8 am – 5 pm. Admission is $13 for adults and $7.50 for ages 5-12. There is no charge for Bellingrath members and children 4 and younger. Registration is encouraged. For details call or visit our website. Tickets will be available online starting September 1st.
(251) 973-2217 www.bellingrath.org
Downtown Fairhope Trick or Treat
Children are invited to wear their Halloween costume and trick or treat in Downtown Fairhope from 10 am – 2 pm. Just look for the Pumpkin Sign in the window to see who is participating. Parents drop by the Welcome Center for pictures and don’t forget your camera!
(251) 929-1466 www.fairhopemerchants.com
Elberta German Sausage Festival
13052 Main Street, Elberta
Join us at the German Sausage Festival for Elberta’s famous German Sausage & sauerkraut, plus continuous entertainment for adults and children, and 200 arts & crafts booths. The festivities will begin at 8 a.m. and run to 5 p.m. in the Elberta Town Park. Other scrumptious foods will include German style filled cabbage, potato salad, goulash, red beans & rice, hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ sandwiches, ice cream, popcorn and peanuts. There will be baked goods as well as arts & crafts for sale at the festival. Carnival rides, polka, country, contemporary and German music will also be provided for entertainment.
(251) 986-5805 www.elbertafire.com/festival/index.html
Fairhope Peli-Con Comic Convention
Faulkner State Community College (Fairhope Campus), Fairhope
October 29 – 30
Activities include a Photo Booth, Haunted House, Scavenger Hunt, Cosplay Contest, Workshops and Anime. Tickets will be available soon! For information or sponsorship opportunities, e-mail email@example.com.
First Baptist Church Loxley – GLOW Fest (God Lights Our Way)
1050 North Alabama Street, Loxley
God Light’s Our Way (GLOW Fest) On October 29th from 4pm – 6pm. All ages are welcome to come dressed up as your favorite comic book, TV show or whatever character, and enjoy the spiritual and safe atmosphere of games, food, and fellowship on our front lawn. For more information please call the church office.
(251) 964-5261 www.fbcloxley.com
Foley Public Library’s 3rd Annual Halloween Extravaganza
319 East Laurel Avenue, Foley
This year’s main attraction will be a band concert for children featuring Jukebox Superheroes. We will host a guided tour of the “Haunted Stacks” for the adventuresome who aren’t afraid of being scared! This free event is open to the public from 6pm – 9pm. For more information call or email the library.
(251) 943-7665 www.foleylibrary.org
Genesis Church Adventure House
3100 South McKenzie Street, Foley
Join us for our next adventure!….Fairy Tales and Comic Books! All of our rooms will be decorated to fit this year’s theme with live dressed up characters handing out treats to children. Concessions will be provided in support of Foley the High School Baseball Teams. For more information call or email Genesis Church.
(251) 986-5843 www.genesischurchcma.org
Halloween at the Museum
1750 Radford Boulevard, Pensacola
Saturday, October 29th from 10am – 2pm experience a free, fun-filled, family-friendly Halloween event at the 18th Annual Halloween at the Museum. Ghouls and ghosts of all ages are encouraged to dress up in costume and explore the Museum’s 350,000 square feet of exhibit space. Trick-or-treat stations will be located throughout the Museum. Free admission for kids in costume to “The Magic of Flight” Giant Screen Theater movie and Blue Angel 4D Experience in Hangar Bay One when accompanied by a paying adult. Get your picture made during the mascot meet-and-greet from 10 am – 11 am and 12pm – 1pm in the Blue Angels Atrium.
(850) 452-3604 or (850) 452-3606
Rockwell Elementary School’s Fall Festival
10183 US Highway 98, Spanish Fort
From 10am – 1pm. There will be lots of children’s activities including a DJ, booth games, inflatables, food and drinks. Also lots of vendors featuring great stuff to purchase!! All profits go to funding education programs at Rockwell including the arts, PE, Technology, AR Reading and Math, and school improvements. Tickets are on sale the day of the festival. (Cash ONLY). There is no entry fee! Come join our faculty and students for a fun day! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebration Church – Fall Shindig at Volanta Park
803 North Greeno Road, Fairhope
Join us at the Shindig! Free family fun and open to the public. We will have Trunk-or-Treat, inflatables, food trucks, live music and much more from 6pm – 8:30pm.
(251) 928-0343 www.fairhopechurch.com
Providence UMC Trick or Treat Event
32200 Jimmy Faulkner Drive, Spanish Fort
Fabulous fall fun awaits the whole family at Providence United Methodist’s 6th Annual “Trunk or Treat” at the Catfish Pond! Kids dressed in their favorite Halloween costumes can safely trick or treat in the Church’s parking lot from elaborately decorated trunks, filling their bags with goodies. We will also have horse rides, bounce houses, slides, carnival games, and a cookout with hot dogs and hamburgers. All activities are free and open to the community. We hope to see everyone there! The church building is located between Spanish Fort High School and Spanish Fort Middle School. For more information visit our website, Facebook page, or feel free to call the church office.
(251) 626-2510 www.providencemethodist.org
First Baptist Church, Fairhope Perky Pumpkin Party
300 South Section Street, Fairhope
Celebrate fall and bring the whole family! This event is a FREE alternative to Halloween for children from 6pm – 8pm. Food, games, inflatables, candy and fun! “Shine Your Light, Matthew 5:16”
(251) 928-8685 http://fbcfairhope.org
Daphne Public Library – Trick or Treat at the Library
2607 Highway 98, Daphne
Come in costume and Trick-or-Treat in the Library from 4pm – 6pm. All teens are invited to enter our costume contest with a chance to win two movie tickets. The contest is open to kids in 6th to 12th grade. Teen volunteers are also needed to assist in the children’s game room, handing out candy, and prizes. Lap babies story time and party will be on Tuesday, October 25th at 10:30 am, Preschool story time parties are Wednesday, October 26th at 2:00 pm., and Thursday October 27th at 10:30 am. Afterschool Book Club Halloween party is Thursday, Oct 27th at 3:30 pm. Volunteers can sign up by contacting Louise Youngblood at (251) 621-2818 (ext. 211).
(251) 621-2818 www.daphnelibrary.org
Sarrell Dental and Foley Youth Club 2nd Annual Halloween Bash
1391 South Cedar St, Foley (Snook Youth Club)
The 2nd Annual Halloween Bash will be from 5pm – 7pm. Free Fall Pictures, Hollow-House, Costume Contest at 6:00pm with awards for Top 3. Hot Dogs, Cake Walk, Carnival Games, Trunks of Candy, Awards for the best decorated trunk, Give-Aways from Community Resources and Raffle Prizes every half hour. For more info call or email Sarah Register.
The Dwelling Place Church Fall Fun Fest
18246 South Greeno Road, Fairhope
Fall Fun Fest!! A safe fun environment for families to enjoy free food, inflatables, trunk or treat, hayrides and more! The Fall Fun Fest will be from 5:30pm – 8:30pm. Dwelling Place is located on Greeno Road just 1/2 mile south of Fairhope High School on Highway 98. For information visit website or email email@example.com.
(251) 517-9028 www.dwellinchurch.com
The 8th Annual Harvest – A Festival of Gifts
Gulf Shores UMC, South Campus (Winn Dixie Shopping Center at Paradise Isle), Gulf Shores
Saturday, November 5 9am – 3pm. Gulf Shores UMC, South Campus at the Winn Dixie shopping center (Paradise Isle), Gulf Shores. Please contact the church office for more information.
(251) 968-2411 or (251) 213-8451