Selected Community Events
DHS VS. NHS Alumni Flag Football Game
Dothan High School.
DHS VS. NHS Alumni Flag Football Game will be held
Saturday, October 10th at Dothan High School.
Festivities start @ 11:00 a.m.
Live Music, Entertainment & fun for the entire family.
FREE AND EVERYONE IS INVITED
Call (334) 685-1485 for more information
Shiloh Missionary Church Fall Festival
Shiloh Missionary Baptist church in Midland City
I am helping host a Fall Festival event at my church. The event will be Oct 31,2015 at Shiloh Missionary Baptist church in Midland City.
Danielle Gibson - phone# 334-333-0113
2015 AAAA Chili Cook-Off & MWR Spooky 5K
FESTIVAL FIELD, FORT RUCKER
GREAT TASTING FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
SATURDAY, October 31st, 2015
FESTIVAL FIELD, FORT RUCKER
• MWR Spooky 5K Run
• Spooky Fun Run
• Live Radio Personality
• Chili Tasting
• Children's Activities
• Costume Contest
7:00am - Safety Briefing for cooks
7:30am - Chili Cooking Begins
8:15am - Costume Contest
9:00am - Spooky 5K Starts
10:30am - Chili Tasting Begins
12:00pm - Chili Judging Begins
2:00pm - Chili Awards Presented
Chili Cook-Off Award Categories
• Best Tasting
• Best in Show
• People's Choice
Chili Cook Off Proceeds Benefit AAAA Scholarship Foundation
Runners - For information on the Spooky 5k, visit the MWR website or contact Fortenberry-Colton Physical Fitness Center at (334)255-3794.
Chili Cooks, Sponsors and Spectators - for registration and/or additional information please visit our website at www.chili5k.com and follow us on
Facebook at "AAAA Aviation Center Chapter" or Email us at email@example.com.
Landmark Park Fall Farm Day
Join us for fall farm activities like harvesting peanuts, blacksmithing, hearth cooking and syrup making. There will be an antique tractor and engine display, as well as concessions and music. Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, $4 for kids and members are free. Fall Farm Day takes place from 10:00am-4:00pm
For additional information: www.landmarkparkdothan.com or call 334-794-3452
Partners For Pets Fright Night
At the Shelter
4011 Maintenance Drive
Haunted House, Hay Rides, Food & Games
Bigger & Better this year!
A safe alternative to Trick-or-Treating
All proceeds benefit stray and abandoned animals at Partners for Pets no kill, non profit animal shelter. Haunted house $3, Hay Ride $2 All food and games $1
Opp Scarecrows in the Park
Frank Jackson State Park, Opp
Cost? = $3.00 (child and senior discounts)
This is the 8th Annual Scarecrows in the Park.
Frank Jackson Trail Masters organizes Scarecrows in the Park with permission from the Alabama State Parks.
Last year we had over 5000 people visit Scarecrows in the Park.
We usually have around 500 scarecrows displayed throughout the park.
Website = https://www.facebook.com/opptrailmasters
More Info = (334) 493-3070
45th Kolomoki Festival
Kolomoki Mounds State Historic Park
We will have Magic Marc, Wil(l) Squared, and Jeff Davis and the Tired Creek Band as performers. As well as other local performers such as A&A Dance and Big Wheelers Tractor parade.
There is a $5 parking fee per vehicle. All other activities are free. There will be craft vendors and food vendors as well to make purchases from.
Preparation for the annual event usually starts over shortly after the event is over; we are always looking for new ways to make it bigger and better.
More Info = gastateparks.org/kolomokimounds
Eufaula Indian Summer Festival
For several decades Eufaula has hosted the annual Indian Summer Festival the second weekend in October. The event, sponsored by the Eufaula Barbour County Chamber, is expected to draw even bigger crowds this year. Two new additions are being added to this year’s line-up. The annual Pet Parade with proceeds to support the Barbour County Humane Society will start the day at 9:30. This year’s theme is “Star Wars Pets.” The street will still be lined with numerous arts and crafts vendors, kid’s activities and food vendors, along with the ALAGA Car Show taking place from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 10.
Taking center stage on Saturday afternoon, the festival will feature the Lake Eufaula Outdoor Expo, Bluff City Barbeque Challenge and live music in the Chamber’s side yard. The Expo is free of charge to the public and open from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Expo will feature vendors, experts and outdoor enthusiasts promoting a variety of outdoor activities. Event organizers are recruiting those who hunt, fish, camp, kayak, bird, bike and more. An archery demonstration will take place around 3:00 p.m. The general public should be able to test their skills with contests that afternoon. The Chamber was awarded a tourism grant from the Alabama Tourism Department last year for this year’s event. Vendors are still being accepted. Contact the Chamber today to sign up and reserve your spot.
The Bluff City BBQ Challenge allows pit masters from around the area to go head-to-head and receive bragging rights on just who has the best barbecue on the bluff. The contest will feature all day cooking outside at the Chamber. Judging by a panel of local celebrities will take place at 6:00 p.m. The People’s Choice Champion will be decided by the public. Vendors are welcome to sell barbecue from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. and votes will be collected. Live music provided by Trest Richarson and Brittany Avery will be available on the side porch from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Anyone interested in competing in the inaugural Bluff City BBQ Challenge can see a full list of rules and fill out an entry form at www.EufaulaChamber.com.
The Chamber acts as the primary source for promotion of tourism in Eufaula. Sallie Garrison, Executive Director, stated, “The Chamber is committed to promoting the exceptional resources of our community. By adding the Lake Eufaula Outdoor Expo, we feel it is a perfect match for combining our greatest assets with the activities people enjoy most about our community. The lake, the refuge, and the abundant hunting land all contribute to bringing folks here throughout the year. Showcasing them at the festival just makes sense.”
For more information on the Indian Summer Festival, visit www.EufaulaChamber.com or call 1-800-524-7529.
36th Southern Region Open Karate Tournament
Dothan Civic Center
The Department of Leisure Services and the World Yoshukai Karate School will host the 36th Annual Southern Region Open Karate Tournament on Saturday, October 31st at the Dothan Civic Center.
Registration for participants will be held on October 31st from 8:30-10:00 a.m. at the Dothan Civic Center on the ground floor. Competition will begin at 10:00 a.m. There is a $50 registration fee. Spectators are welcome and there will be an admission charge of $6 for adults and $3 for children ages 6-12.
This year’s Tournament Host is Mike Culbreth, 8th Degree Black Belt and Hiroaki Toyama, 8th Degree Black Belt and Directors of the World Yoshukai Karate Kobudo Organization.
For further information call the Department of Leisure Services at 615-3700 or Mr. Culbreth at 794-8238.
Wiregras Youth Symphony and Orchestra
Cultural Arts Center on St,Andrews-Dowtown Dothan
Would your child like to learn to play a string instrument? Join the Tri-State Community orchestra as they present their Youth Fine Arts program, Wiregrass Youth Symphony and Orchestra, Saturday's beginning August 14, 2015. Already have some string skills, then join other youth in the wiregrass area as they tune their musical talents and perform musical arrangements for the community. contact: Racheal Cole, Youth Arts program Director (334) 796-5822 or visit the Tri-State Community orchestra Website and Facebook page
Racheal Cole Director (334) 796-5822
Headland 44th Harvest Day Festival
Headland is gearing up for its 44th Annual Harvest Day Festival, Saturday, October 11, 9am-3pm. This fun-filled event takes place downtown in and around the beautiful city square. The day features arts and crafts, a car show, children’s games and rides, a variety of food vendors, and live entertainment throughout the day. Local shops and restaurants will also have special offers and sales.
Harvest Day is sponsored by the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Headland.
For more information, call 334.693.3303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leisure Services Karate Classes
Westgate Recreation Center
World Yoshukai Karate offers ages 7 and above instruction in traditional Karate, self-defense, physical conditioning, the use of traditional Karate weapons, and respect, manners and discipline. Mike Culbreth, Master Instructor, a 8th degree Black Belt, instructs all classes, as he has for more than 36 years.
Location: WESTGATE RECREATION CENTER
Class I: Children Ages 7-12
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Fee: $50 per month
Class II: Men & Women Ages 13 & Up
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:45-6:45 p.m.
Fee: $50 per month
Registration is held the first week of each month.
OTHER SUMMER KARATE CLASSES will be offered at World Yoshukai Karate, 1791 Ross Clark Circle. Call 794-8238 for more information.
Call 615-3700 for more information.
Calling All Teens! Creative Writing Workshops with Local Author
Sep 8, 2014 1st Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m- 5:00 pm
Dothan-Houston County Library's Board Room
445 North Oates Street, Dothan, AL 36303
Join local author Danielle Wallace at the Dothan-Houston County Library for fun, inspirational creative writing workshops. Teens will be able to express themselves using different genres of writing, ranging from poetry to fiction. These workshops are free, so grab your pen, notepad, and your imagination to make a difference in the world around you. If you know a teen that would love to attend, share this information with them.
Place: Dothan-Houston County Library's Board Room
Date: Every 1st Monday of each month
Time: 4:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m
Contact Danielle Wallace at email@example.com if you have any questions.