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1. MOBTOWN Burger Week

October 5 – 12

Downtown Mobile

Enjoy the best burgers in Mobile! Approximately 20 restaurants are participating in this week long event to find out who has Mobile’s most popular burger. $2 of every burger sold goes to support Restore Mobile, an organization that restores blighted properties in the city of Mobile.

2. Greater Gulf State Fair

October 25 -Nov. 3

The Grounds

The fair is back! The food, the rides, the fun. Now this year concerts are back headlined by the Marshall Tucker Band and LANCO.

3. Greekfest 2019

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church

October 17 – 19

Three days of celebrating through Greek music, dancing and of course FOOD! There will be an indoor marketplace as well as a drive thru for takeout.

4. Bienville Bites Food Tour

Throughout October

Downtown Mobile

On our weekly tours of the best restaurants in Downtown Mobile. Our LoDa Stroll is every Friday. Our Bites and Frights tour runs throughout October, a haunted food tour full of Mobile’s mysterious tales. The dark side of Mobile has never tasted so good.

5. Mobile Grilled Cheese Meltdown

October 17

Cathedral Square

20 teams will be competing to take home the golden spatula for the best grilled cheese in Mobile. All proceeds support the Urban Emporium in Downtown Mobile.

6. Halloween Candy Board Class

October 10

Williams Sonoma

Join Amanda from Lemon Baby at Williams Sonoma for this spooky good event! Learn how to assemble a candy board. The class includes your board and all the candy to go along for that perfect holiday centerpiece.

7. The 50th Annual Historic Buildings Tour

October 5

Downtown Mobile

The focus of this year’s tour is renowned Mobile architect George B Rogers. Includes never before seen access to architecture, history, artwork, tales, hidden passages, plantings and gardens. This tour is not to be missed!

8. Rubber Ducky Regatta

October 5

Cooper Riverside Park

A great family-friendly event in Downtown Mobile. The event begins at 10am and the rubber duck race down the Mobile River starts at 11. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House.

9. Night At the Museum

October 18

History Museum of Mobile

For $5 per person go on a scavenger hunt and talk to historical figures throughout world history. Hear spooky stories, Halloween themed crafts, costume contest. Come dressed as your favorite historical figure!

10. Thriller Nights of Lights

October 4-31

Hank Aaron Stadium

The entire month of October you can enjoy the Thriller Nights of Lights at the Hank. Load up the family and come see this drive thru light show synced to the speakers in your car.

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