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20 Birmingham Events & Happenings: October 2016
Are you ready to be scared this Halloween? Come out to Historic Sloss Furnaces to experience one of Ghost Hunters' favorite haunts and one of the Fox Paranormal Team's Scariest Places on Earth. Sloss Furnaces is known to be haunted by the thousands of
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We are full of excitement as fall brings soft, slow-motion showers of leaves in autumnal hues and the kiddos delight with the anticipation of another fear-fueled and candy-filled Halloween. We’ve rounded up our picks of the top 20 local events and happenings in the Magic City during the month of October. With everything from concerts to fundraisers to fright-filled nights at Sloss Furnaces, this October’s calendar offers plenty of options to keep you busy and kick of your fall with a bang. September 30 – October 31, 2016 (select dates): Sloss Fright Furnace Are you ready to be scared this Halloween. Come out to Historic Sloss Furnaces to experience one of Ghost Hunters’ favorite haunts and one of the Fox Paranormal Team’s Scariest Places on Earth. Sloss Furnaces is known to be haunted by the thousands of workers who lost their lives due to accidents, explosions and perhaps even murder throughout the storied history of this Iron City landmark. Fright Furnace creates a terrifying experience that takes you into the deepest, darkest parts of the furnace. This event is not for the faint of heart, so ready yourself for a bone-chilling Halloween experience. Sloss Fright Furnace runs from September 30 to October 31 with shows beginning at 6 p. m. Tickets cost $20 per person Sundays through Thursdays and $25 Friday, Saturday and Halloween night. September 30 – October 31, 2016: Atrox Factory Sloss Furnaces isn’t the only place to get your fear fix this Halloween season. Atrox Factory, the largest indoor haunted attraction in the Southeast, will be open this September 30 through October 31 with shows beginning at 6:30 p. m. each night. For the cost of $20, attendees will travel through 50,000 square feet of terror and twisted, maze-like hallways full of gruesome and horrifying surprises. With celebrity fear mongers like actor Michael Myers of the Halloween series and actor John Dugan of Texas Chainsaw Massacre making appearances, this industrial-strength horror factory will scare even the most experienced of fear junkies. Annual Bluff Park Art Show will be more to your liking. This creative event will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2016, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. at Bluff Park in Hoover and will showcase fine art by 145 artists for the viewing and purchasing pleasure of the Magic City’s supportive art enthusiasts. Patrons not only will enjoy striking art pieces but also the charming historic Bluff Park community. The show is free and open to the public and free shuttles are available to bring people to the park. com October 1, 2016: Fiesta Birmingham Experience Alabama’s largest celebration of Hispanic culture on Saturday, October 1, 2016, at the beautiful Linn Park. Beginning at 12 p. m. and running until 8 p. m. , this cultural event will feature the best of Hispanic art, music, food and dance. Celebrate Fiesta with flair as this dynamic Birmingham event celebrates its 14th year. Our favorite part of Fiesta Birmingham is that all proceeds benefit local and deserving Hispanic students with generous scholarships. General admission tickets are just $8. Don’t miss one of the most unique October events in the Iron City. October 2, 2016: Cahaba River Fry-Down What is better than the Cahaba River, a beautiful autumn day, a friendly cooking competition and delicious eats. We can’t think of anything better and luckily, the Cahaba River Fry-Down, hosted by and benefiting the Cahaba River Society, delivers with this family-friendly event, which includes a catfish cooking competition between Birmingham’s culinary... Bring the whole family out for this event, which benefits the protection of Alabama’s longest remaining free-flowing river, the Cahaba. And celebrate the beautiful natural surroundings that make our city so magical. The event runs from 12 p. m. to 4 p. m. and tickets cost $20 for adults. October 5, 2016: Leon Bridges at the Alabama Theatre Wander back in time with the soulful sounds of Leon Bridges and special guest, Lianne La Havas. Leon Bridges is already making his mark as one of the most talented musicians of the decade and you do not want to miss out on this rising star. The concert begins at 8 p. m. on Wednesday, October 5 at the historic Alabama Theatre. October 6, 2016: Taste of Hoover The Taste of Hoover is one of Birmingham’s best events for the foodie in all of us. Celebrating Hoover’s diverse array of.
Halloween Lady Fingers Recipe (cookies, almond)
KELLOGG'S* RICE KRISPIES* Halloween Cats (rice krispies, margarine, vanilla extract)
Halloween Jack-O-Lantern Pasta Dinner (bell pepper, pasta, pasta sauce)
Halloween Party Treat (Candy Corn and Peanut Mix) (candy corn, peanuts)
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The Sloss Furnaces. Birmingham, Alabama. Industrial-ruin tourism has a certain post-apocalyptic allure, but it's usually tempered by fears of vicious dogs, crippling ...
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