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Calendar of Events


Montgomery Humane Society Presents Blood Fest

OCT 10th | 7:30pm | Montgomery Humane Society

Oct. 10 – Nov. 1st (Fridays and Saturdays) Get your thrills and chills every Friday and Saturday night from Oct. 10 through November 1st at the 3rd Annual Haunted House presented by Montgomery Humane Society. Enter if you dare….


Crimes of the Heart

OCT 23rd | 6 – 9pm | Cloverdale Playhouse

Oct 23-Nov 4. Directed by Maureen Costello, this comedy/drama was the winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. Warm-hearted, irreverent, zany and brilliantly imaginative, the play teems with humanity and humor as it examines the plight of the three young McGrath sisters of Hazelhurst, Mississippi, betrayed by their passions. Tickets are $18 or $10 for groups of 10 or more. 334.262.1530 or


Dracula...A Ballet to Die For

OCT 30th | Times Vary- | Alabama Skakespeare Festival

Sink your teeth into a thrilling vampire drama back by popular demand as Alabama Dance Theatre presents Dracula a ballet to die for Thursday, October 30th at 7:30 p.m., Saturday November 1st at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, November 2nd at 2:30 p.m. at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Performance tickets are $15-$30. Tickets go on sale October 13 and may be purchased at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival box office 334-271-5353 or (1-800) 841-4273 or at For information call 334-241-2590 or visit


Black Jacket Symphony presents Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

NOV 1st | 8pm | Montgomery Performing Arts Centre

Black Jacket Symphony returns to Montgomery on Saturday, November 1st, performing Michael Jackson’s “THRILLER.” The Black Jacket Symphony has performed for sold-out audiences throughout the Southeast and is excited to bring their incredible music, light and video experience back to Montgomery. Ticket prices vary. 334.481.5100 or


Capital City Chili Cook-off

NOV 1st | 11 a.m.- 2 p.m.- | Riverwalk Stadium

Get your taste buds ready for this chili cook-off benefitting the Montgomery Lions Club Charities. Tickets are $10 at the gate.


Hearth's Hope 5K and Fun Run!

NOV 1st | 8am | Montgomery Multisport Peppertree Shopping Center

Online Pre-Registration at . T-shirts are only guaranteed for registrations thru October 21. Benefiting Mary Ellen's Health. Not a runner but want to support Mary Ellen’s Hearth? Register as a “Sleep-in” Runner and get a t-shirt for only $23! Mary Ellen’s Hearth offers hope, help and healing to homeless women and children in the River Region.



NOV 1st | 2:30pm | Davis Theatre

A Montgomery Holiday Tradition Featuring “Favorite Dances of Christmas” Following the performance children will have an opportunity to meet dancers and take photos. Alabama Shakespeare Festival Montgomery, AL. Tickets on Sale October 13. Tickets: ASF.NET 334-271-5353 or 1800-841-4273. Ticket prices $15 - $30


Murder Mystery Cruise

NOV 1st | 5 p.m. - 7:30pm | Harriott II Riverboat

Nov. 18,15,22, & 29. Enjoy Murder Myster Play on each deck, as well as cash bar and concessions as you cruise down the Alabama River. Ticket prices vary. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 334.625.2100, stop by the box office at 200 Coosa St., or visit  


Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair

NOV 1st | 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.- | Historic Marks House, Pike Road

You are invited to spend a fall day in the country at the 48th annual Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair. $5.00 admission includes parking. See over 200 vendors display their beautiful wares at the historic Marks House (circa 1825), 870 Old Carter Hill Road, Pike Road, AL 36064. Come for the shopping or come for the food! Enjoy delicious pulled pork BBQ sandwiches, homemade chicken salad, pimento cheese sandwiches, chicken fingers & more. Be sure to buy your homemade goodies early in the day from our Sweet Shop inside the Marks House. Pick up a few melt-in-your-mouth Mocha Cakes-our signature bite size treat. For directions, go to   Find us on Facebook!


The Fall Harvest Market

NOV 1st | 8 a.m. – Noon- | Shoppes at EastChase

Nov. 1-15. The Fall Harvest Market continues. Find fresh, in- season fruits and vegetables all locally grown as well as unique offerings such as boiled peanuts, honey, goat cheese, meats, grains, a variety of pumpkins and gift items.