Have a Howlin’ Good Halloween Weekend!

First things first! This post is a little later than usual because we spent all day yesterday moving to East Lake! While we are still living out of boxes for the moment, we are so grateful to **[Two Men & a Truck Bham](https://www.facebook.com/twomenbirmingham/)** for moving us across town! Two of our new neighbors already brought us some delicious soup and pound cake! The move, however, won’t stop us from enjoying some great events! We are going to be costume contest judges for “Howls and Growls” at Haven and will be eating some delicious food at the Pig Iron BBQ cook-off benefiting Children’s Harbor! Check below for details and other fun events! Oh, and it's Magic City Classic Weekend, too!!! **[#RUhappenin](https://www.instagram.com/happeninsintheham/)**

Evil DeadEvil Dead (1981) Screening
Thurs, Oct. 24, 2pm & 4:30pm
Cost: $7.75
At: Sidewalk Cinema (map)

Grindhouse Releasing is bringing Sam Raimi’s EVIL DEAD to theaters for the first time with a terrifying new soundtrack! This special edition of EVIL DEAD presents the horror classic for the first time with a reimagined score by original composer Joseph LoDuca! This is a, if not THE, horror classic you’ll want to see this Halloween! What better way to enjoy it than in the NEW Sidewalk Cinema below the Pizitz Food Hall?! There are two showings, so go ahead and get your tickets now!
Click here for more info.

A Bucket of BloodOak Hill Film Series: Season Finale
Thurs, Oct. 24, 5:30-8:30pm
Cost: $7
At: Oak Hill Cemetery (map)

People are DYING to get into this event at Oak Hill Cemetery! Come watch a film in the spookiest setting around. Bring your snacks, picnic baskets, and blankets and cozy up for this vintage horror film! The final film of the season is “A Bucket of Blood” about an “artist” who gets a bit too creative in his work! Sounds extra creepy to us!
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Magic City ClassicMagic City Classic Weekend 2019
Thurs-Sat, Oct. 24-26
Cost: $25 GA (each event varies)
At: Legion Field (map)

Classic Weekend returns to Birmingham! Yes, it's about the A&M vs ASU game, but the celebration is SO MUCH bigger! There's a parade Saturday morning followed by the tailgate. The events kick off on Thursday night with an opening party, then Friday night there's a party at Boutwell! This all leads up to the big rivalry game, but that's not all! The post-game concert features 2 Chainz! You don't want to miss out on this Classic B'ham event!
Click here for full schedule.

Pig Iron BBQPig Iron BBQ Challenge
Fri, Oct 25, 5pm-8pm
Cost: $20
At: Hoover Met RV park (map)

This is the BEST bang for your buck when it comes to food festivals! Your $20 tickets gets you tasty food from any of the vendors, a super awesome Kids' Zone, live music, and tent sight-seeing! These aren’t just samples, they are entire portions of delicious BBQ! SO MUCH FOOD! The competing teams go ALL OUT decorating their areas. It all benefits the great work of Children’s Harbor, so you can feel good about that 2nd helping of apple pie a la mode!
Click here for more info.

Ghostbusters ASO**Ghostbusters in Concert Fri, Oct 25, 7-9:30pm Cost: $15 At: Samford Wright Center ([map](https://www.google.com/maps/place/Samford+University+Wright+Center/@33.4633718,-86.7947831,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x8889190d4077e61f:0x36daae75474ac42c!8m2!3d33.4633673!4d-86.7925944))** See Ghostbusters screened live as the Alabama Symphony Orchestra performs the music! This is a unique way to experience the film and fun for kids and adults alike! The live music will pull you into the experience as the cast goes around bustin’ ghost! We’re pretty sure everyone will be singing along to the main “Ghostbusters” theme! Shoutout to our friends at Red Diamond for sponsoring this great ASO event! **[Click here for more info.](https://alabamasymphony.org/event/ghostbusters?fbclid=IwAR3dlaaz7Q8T2CMUPRvOBnVWwlPAIASsFXdKuKjg2bxVfx7VtKmDBG3OYHo)**

Arc Stories: SPOOKED!Arc Stories: SPOOKED!
Fri, Oct. 25, 7:30pm
CostL $15
At: Avon Theater (map)

About every six weeks or so there's a new Arc Stories Flagship event. These events feature 6-8 regular folks, one theme, a little bit of magic, and voila: a night of phenomenal stories! This weekend's theme is "Spooked," stories of peoples' real life creepy experiences! Brace yourselves for some chilling tales!
Click here for more info.

BOO 24BOO 24 Halloween Party (21+)
Fri, Oct. 25, 8pm-1:30am
Cost: $25
At: B&A Warehouse (map)

BOO is Birmingham's longest running Halloween party! FREE event t-shirts go to the 1st 500 guests and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Alabama. Entertainment includes live music from Fly By Radio, DJ Mark AD, a "Scary"-oke chamber of karaoke, a fortune teller, a magician, a horror movie lounge, and vintage video games! $1,500 in cash and prizes is up for grabs at the Midnight Costume Contest. Don’t miss the photo booth with FREE pictures. Halloween wouldn't be the same without spirits, so get yours at any of B&A's 3 bars!
Click here for more info.

Fall Food & Wine FestivalFall Food & Wine Festival
Sat,Oct 26, 10am-7pm
Cost: $10 or $30 VIP
At: Corbin Farms Winery (map)

Head to Calera for the Inaugural Fall Food & Wine Festival! Enjoy live music, a variety of food stations, local vendors, LOTS of great wine, and more! There are two ticket types available: VIP - $30 per ticket includes entrance, 2 glasses of wine, tote bag, Festival t-shirt, and $5 Corbin Cash -OR- General Admission - $10 per ticket includes entrance and 1 glass of wine!
Click here for more info.

Back Forty Outdoor DayBack Forty Outdoor Day
Sat, Oct 26, 12pm-6pm
Cost: FREE
At: Back40 Brewing Co. (map)

This is an incredible FREE event that celebrates outdoor activities! You can take Fly Fishing Lessons from Mountain High Outfitters, check out a 4x4 Car Show from RMR 4x4, and a
MTB & E Bike Demo from Cahaba Cycles! On top of all of this there will be THREE Special Beer Releases! They include "Mountain High Gravity" Triple IPA, "Go Live it" English IPA, and “10 & 2" Session IPA. Try out the Climbing Wall, play Cornhole, and enjoy Live Music! All ages are welcome!
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Howls & Growls**Howls and Growls Sat, Oct 26, 7pm-11pm Cost: $40 (includes wine and beer!) At: Haven ([map](https://www.google.com/maps/place/Events+at+Haven/@33.510221,-86.7953412,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88891bb814cb408b:0x5cc339a5793e228e!8m2!3d33.5102165!4d-86.7931525))** Are you ready for a HOWLING good time? Howls & Growls is a phenomenal Halloween Bash that includes, local food trucks, a live band, and much more! Beer and wine are included in your ticket purchase! To top it off there is a spooktacular costume contest featuring $1,500 in CASH prizes and we are JUDGES! This is a very competitive costume contest, so bring your A Game! Howls & Growls raises money and awareness for the thousands of animals the Greater Birmingham Humane Society serves each year. **[Click here for more info.](https://gbhs.org/howlsandgrowls?fbclid=IwAR1t1ERR806dGhKw-1v7n7x1lAPADoofHZgtQ4BbShY4JUyxDH_Phtc6Iho)**
5pts Historic Tour**Five Points South Historic Home Tour & Fall Festival 2019 Sun, Oct 27, 1pm-5pm Cost: starting $10each At: Five Points South ([map](https://www.google.com/maps/place/1116+20th+St+S,+Birmingham,+AL+35205/@33.4999205,-86.7983674,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88891bc4905fb5e5:0xfe1493defe17e4f0!8m2!3d33.499916!4d-86.7961787))** This new neighborhood tradition will showcase the rich history and diverse architecture of Five Points South! Take a self-guided walking tour of five historic homes, enjoy family-friendly festival activities, order great food from food trucks, and participate in a free pumpkin carving contest! There will be live music all day and throughout the tour! Money raised goes to benefit the Five Points South Alliance that aims to unify, enhance, and promote the area. **[Click here for more info.](https://www.facebook.com/events/521886698381381/)**

Homewood Witches RideHomewood Witches Ride
Sun, Oct 27, 2pm-6pm
Cost: FREE to attend
At: Central Park Homewood (map)

The Homewood Witch Ride is fun, family activity that brings the whole community together by raising funds for cancer research! Women dressed as witches ride bikes through the streets of Homewood in crazy costumes throwing candy to children! The ride begins at 5:30, but the Fall Festival activities begin at 2pm in Homewood Central Park! It will be a wicked good time!
Click here for more info.