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The Department of Environmental Protection’s Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park and the Friends of Maclay Gardens Inc. would like to invite the public to see the display of one of a kind scarecrows during the month of October.
– Seasonal crafts
– Live Music
– Contests & costumes all weekend
– Family events
Stay tuned for details…thanks!
Wicked fun abounds for the faint of heart and thrill-seekers alike at Tallahassee Museum’s 19th annual Halloween Howl, set for October 24th & 25th from 6-10 p.m. nightly!
Prepare for a night filled with trick-or-treating, ghoulish games, both the haunted and no-so-spooky trails, carnival games, costume contest, prizes, and more!
Families with an appetite for amusement will enjoy the Not-So-Spooky Trail, Ghoulish Games and more. Those seeking a fright are terrified in the dark woods of the Haunted Trail, while all guests enjoy trick-or-treating throughout the grounds.
Spooky sounds from a few local bands (TBA) will echo from the entertainment stage. The annual costume contest open to all ages offers eerie and cute sights and plentiful prizes, while the Trail Break Café features tasty treats for a delectable dinner or a welcome snack during the event.
Young, daring guests will get their adrenaline pumping on a spooky guided Tree to Tree Adventure, where chills and thrills are guaranteed to be waiting around every tree bend with this customized TREEMendous Adventure children’s course.
Tickets for Halloween Howl are $12 for adults, $10 for children for non-members and $10 for adults, $8 for children for Museum Members (children under three free).
16th Annual Stone Crab Fest to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Tallahassee
Cocktails, Appetizers, Dinner, Dancing, all you can eat Stone Crab Claws, Live and Silent Auction…
The Knott House and the Tallahassee Film Society invite you to get into the Halloween spirit with this outdoor screening of Robert Louis Stevenson’s celebrated story about the duality of man. Film reviewer and internet critic Eric “ERod” Rodriguez talks briefly about this classic horror film before the presentation.
The $3 admission includes a free bag of popcorn. Pizza and drinks will be for sale.
The Knott House and the Tallahassee Film Society invite you to get into the Halloween spirit with this showing of Robert Louis Stevenson’s celebrated story about the duality of man. Film reviewer and internet critic Eric “ERod” Rodriguez talks briefly about this classic horror film before the presentation. The $3 admission includes a free bag of popcorn. Pizza and drinks are for sale.
Fright Night returns to the SouthWood community’s Town Center for the seventh year on Friday, October 24 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm. An event for the entire family, activities include cookie decorating, pumpkin painting, balloon artists, carnival games, photo booth, and a haunted house for both younger and older audiences. Activities also include costume contests for all ages and pets which participants may preregister for at www.mysouthwood.org.
This year’s event includes a haunted house themed for mature audiences that will complement the popular family-friendly version. The family-friendly haunted house will operate from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm and the haunted house catering to mature audiences will operate from 8:00 pm-9:30 pm. Admission to either haunted house is $3.00 per person, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Florida State University Schools Student Government Association.
Also returning to Fright Night this year is a kid-friendly hay maze. The hay maze will be constructed using over 100 bales of hay. Children will be greeted by a surprise guest when they arrive at the end of the Halloween-themed maze. Attendees will have the opportunity to paint pumpkins that can be purchased for $2.00. Cash will be the only acceptable form of payment for pumpkins, admission to the haunted houses and Guess the Weight of the Great Pumpkin.
DJ Bob Graves kicks off the festivities at 6:30 pm. Food will be available for purchase throughout the event at Town Center from its various merchants.
Jake Owen ‘Days of Gold Tour’ featuring Parmalee and special guest The Cadillac Three
For chart-topping vocalist Jake Owen, 2013 was filled with golden times; earning his fifth No. 1 with “Beachin’,” drawing a crowd of over 20,000 for a Nashville summer block party, releasing his new album DAYS OF GOLD, crossing over one million Twitter followers and touring with Jason Aldean. This spring Jake will celebrate with his fans on his second major nationwide headline run – JAKE OWEN’S DAYS OF GOLD TOUR 2014 presented by Discover Boating. “I love throwing parties! This tour is one big party and everyone is invited,” shares Jake. “I’ve been lucky enough to be on the road and learn from incredible artists like Chesney, McGraw, and Aldean. I’m really proud of this tour and can’t wait for the fans to see what’s in store.” Since releasing the chart-topping album, BAREFOOT BLUE JEAN NIGHT,Jake Owen has emerged as one of country music’s leading vocalists. The gold-certified RCA Nashville project delivered four consecutive No. 1 hit singles, including the multi-week chart-toppers; the DOUBLE PLATINUM title track and PLATINUM “Alone with You,” and GOLD-certified hits “The One That Got Away” and “Anywhere with You.” His energetic live show and captivating songs have landed him coveted opening slots with Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw and his first headlining tour, CMT ON TOUR JAKE OWEN: THE SUMMER NEVER ENDS 2012, which made CMT history for the most sold-out shows in a row for the annual nationwide tour.
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