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10/22- 10/31: Pumpkin Patch:
1507 Dauphin St., Mobile: Pumpkins are here! You will find pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and even some different colors along with gourds for your fall decorations. The patch is located at the corners of Catherine and Dauphin in the parking lot across from the church. All funds raised will benefit the children’s and youth missions and ministries.
10/22-11/2: Magnolia Corn Maze:
15275 County Road 49, Summerdale: This year Magnolia Corn Maze is again putting in two corn mazes. We hope you will come out and get lost in one of the two corn fields we offer. Enjoy the hayride, cow train, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, pig races, pony rides, corn cannons, games, a pumpkin slingshot, hop-along rodeo, hay bale mountain and a children’s maze, bazooka ball, second corn maze, second playground, zombie paintball, food and concession items and more! We have many special events going on, like Trick or Treat in the Maze – Wear your costume! (October 25, 1-3pm).
10/23: Mobile SPCA Fish Fry:
Our Savior Catholic Church, 1801 Cody Rd. S, Mobile: Second Annual Fish Fry Thursday, October 23 at Our Savior Church on Cody Road. We will start serving at 5:00 pm and serve until the fish runs out! Music by The String Slingers. Raffles for a Casket of Cheer and $250 Gas Card plus lots more great items. USA fried catfish, Oyster House slaw, baked beans, Gourmet Catering cornbread, homemade dessert for just $10. Beer and wine also available.
10/24-11/2: The Greater Gulf State Fair:
The Grounds, 1035 Cody Rd., N, Mobile, AL: It’s time for the Fair! The Grounds will host the 60th annual Greater Gulf State Fair from Oct. 24 – Nov. 2, 2014. This year’s Fair will feature a new theme “Celebrate the Coast,” which aims to host the best things about the Gulf Coast under one roof as well as more than 30 adult rides, 30 kid rides and a must-see entertainment line-up!
10/25: Screen on the Green Film Event – Gremlins:
Lavretta Park, Mobile: The final FREE movie nights is scheduled for this Saturday at Lavretta Park on Old Shell Road. Our movie this time will have you take a trip down memory lane! And share it with your kids! Gremlins! (PG) Remember, Don’t get them wet, keep them out of bright light, and NEVER feed them after midnight! Movie starts at 7 PM!
10/25: Playhouse-in-the-Park’s Nightmares III:
4851 Museum Drive, Mobile: Come out to this thrilling horror story written by Edgar Allen Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson and H. P. Lovecraft, adapted for the stage by Playhouse alumnus Jonathan Olsenky. We promise it’ll get you in the mood for Halloween!
10/25: Cardboard City:
Corner of Dauphin and Ann Street, Mobile: Sleep one night in a box, and change someone’s life forever! Setup begins around 4 pm; Saturday, October 25th. Entertainment begins at 7 pm. Anyone is welcome to attend w/o spending the night. An annual memorial service for homeless persons held at 9 pm. A simple meal is provided. Sunrise Devotion at Sunday morning; 6 am. Clean up and depart at 8 am!
10/25: Katie’s Fund My Run:
Cottage Hill Park, Mobile: Katie’s Fund my Run is a 5k and 1 mile fun run on Oct. 25th at Cottage Hill Park. Proceeds will go towards the purchase of a new prosthetic leg that will allow Katie to run! What a great idea and great cause!
10/25: The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama’s Causeway Classic:
Lap’s Grocery and Grill, 1595 Battleship Pky:This inshore fishing tournament will be a day filled with fun and excitement for the whole family, while raising much needed funds to help us change lives and save lives right here Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Divisions include Trout, Combo (Trout/Flounder), and Mystery Fish. But we’ll also have live music, GREAT DOOR PRIZES, food, displays, Chef Cecil’s Famous ribs, and great prizes for our winners! Weigh-in is from 3-5pm at Lap’s with FOX10 Meteorologist Jason Smith!
Bienville Square, Downtown Mobile: Woofstock is an annual festival for music and animal lovers benefiting the Animal Rescue Foundation! Oh, and there are Weiner Dog Races form 1:15-1:145Woofstock Arf! Be sure to get there early to register your pup, spots always fill up quickly for this popular event! Weiner dogs and other small breeds welcome. Free with your paid admission to Woofstock – just $10 for adults and $5 for children!
10/28: Ray Lamontagne:
Saenger Theatre, Downtown Mobile: Ten years ago Ray LaMontagne released his first album, TROUBLE, the gold-certified start to a fiercely ambitious, Grammy Award-winning, critically praised career that’s encompassed three more albums, several EPs, a slew of soundtrack compilations and arresting live performances fronting a variety of ensembles. And LaMontagne is still having fun all these years later — and with his fifth album, SUPERNOVA, maybe more fun than ever. Don’t miss this awesome performance in Mobile!