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October 23: The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940:
St. Paul’s Episcopal School Monte Moorer Theatre: The St. Paul Players will take you through a wild and wacky murder mystery saturated by the artificiality of show business and the machinations of clandestine agencies during World War II.
October 24: Think Pink Tea:
USA Mitchell Cancer Institute: This 3rd annual Think Pink Tea is in celebration of breast cancer awareness. With wonderful food and a fashion show featuring this fall’s, you’ll not want to miss it!
October 25: Night at the Fort:
Fort Condé: Meet characters from Mobile’s Colonial History by engaging storytellers and a fun scavenger hunt. Once the clock strikes five, Mobile’s history comes alive! This is a great event for families!
October 25: Trick or Trot 5k:
Moulton Tower at USA: Come enjoy family friendly music and entertainment, food and drinks, activities for the kids, trick-or-treating and a costume contest!
October 25-November 3: The Greater Gulf State Fair:
The Grounds: At this year’s fair, get Color Bombed with Color Me Rad, see the Animal Planet’s Gator Boys in action with live Gator Wrestling, and don’t miss the PCA Rodeo!
October 25-27: The Mikado:
Mobile Convention Center, Downtown Mobile: Looking for culture and a laugh? This opera is for you! Enjoy this tale of a British society with a comical social perspective.
October 25-26: Renaissance Festival:
Historic Fort Gaines; Dauphin Island, AL: The Barony of the Osprey will present life in the Middle Ages with knights in armor, period arts and sciences and more!
October 26: The Village of Spring Hill’s Screen on the Green:
Lavretta Park, Spring Hill: Don’t miss the final (double) feature this year “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” & “Young Frankenstein!” Costume judging begins at 6:30!
October 26: Polo at the Point:
Polo Complex, Point Clear: Celebrating its 25th year, the Gulf Coast’s premier sporting charity will be at it again. Ever watched a polo match? Us neither!
October 27: Woofstock:
Downtown Mobile, Bienville Square: Come and Enjoy an afternoon filled with pups dressed up (Lady Gaga this year?), Wiener Dog Races, Music and More.