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October Events


Like we said in our original post. Our main goal is to continue to grow as a part of the communities we serve. So we decided to share some upcoming community events that we are looking forward to attending. These events not only showcase the most beautiful place on earth, the eastern shore, and what it has to offer, but they all benefit their community in one way or another. We just wanted to make it a little easier for our communities to support each other and with that in mind here are some local events going on around you!


QUACK or TREAT in Salisbury

October 12th

2 pm

Come in costume to the Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo and Fall Festival and Quack or Treat in the galleries! Fall family fun activities will be going on throughout the entire day (8am-4pm), with QUACK or TREAT from 2pm until candy runs out!

Good Beer Festival

October 11th 5 pm - October 12th 5:30 pm

5561 Plantation Lane, Salisbury MD

Featuring 100 different craft brews and even a beer garden. It will showcase many of the local breweries. Will also have live music from 6 bands

Fall Festival Car Show at Wrights Market

October 19th 10 am- 2 pm

9300 Old Railroad Rd, Mardela Springs, MD

Hosted by Delmarva Late Great Chevys

Route 50 west of Salisbury, Maryland

All vehicles of interest are welcome.

Autumn Wine Festival

October 19th 11 am- October 20th 5 pm

5561 Plantation Lane

Salisbury, MD

The 17th annual Autumn Wine Festival partners with the Maryland Wineries Association to feature wine samplings from some of Maryland's best wineries as well as food, live music and vendors.

Halloween Happening

October 26th 1 pm - 4 pm

755 South Park Dr. Salisbury, MD

This event provides Halloween themed activities for children 10 and under. Children can “Trick or Treat” throughout the zoo, participate in Halloween games, learn about animals and compete in a costume contest.


Shazzizle Music Festival

Saturday October 12th 12 pm - 7 pm

210 Artisan Dr. Smyrna, DE

Features 25 multi-genre musical acts performing across 3 stages spanning 7 hours of continuous live music, the finest craft beer, cocktails, wine, food trucks and barrels of funky fresh happiness!

The Great Delaware Pumpkin Carve Festival

October 18th-19th 5 pm- 9 pm

18500 S. DuPont Highway Harrington, De

The 2nd annual event will include the pumpkin trail, fall food favorites, seasonal beverages, camping, decoration competition, trick- or-treating and more.

Cheesetoberfest 2019

October 19th 12 pm - 6 pm

1284 McD Dr. Dover, De

Cheesetoberfest is an all-out, no holds barred, grilled cheese and mac & cheese competition, being held at Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company, that features local restaurants battling it out to see who will be this year's Grand Cheezmo! Live Entertainment and beer on tap!

Fall Harvest Festival

October 25th 12 am to October 27th 5 pm

For the 3oth year in a row the Sea Witch Festival will include; costume parade, dog parade, sea witch hunt, trick-or-treating and more!


The Eastern Shore Art League (ESAL) Member Show

Fri, Oct 11, 5 – 8 PM

This Gala will feature wine, hors d’ oeuvres and music from acoustic guitar player Dade Walker, a student of Arcadia High School. All works of art are offered for Sale.

Womans Club Fall Yard Sale

Sat, Oct 12, 8 AM – 1 PM

Annual Fall Yard sale. Seasonal clothing and shoes in women, men and children sizes. Jewelry, toys, games, books, a plant/gardening table etc. Soup and baked goods tables.

Exmore Town Park Auto Show Part IV – 2

Sat, Oct 19, 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Rat Rods, Tuners, Special Interest, and Tractors . Homebuilt one of a kind trophies, goodie bags for the first 50 entries, 50/50 raffle , entry prizes, dash plaques – food truck ( Bayside Deli ) – music and live music by David Pruitt and Vendors

Meet At The Table

Sat, Oct 19, 4:30 – 10:30 PM

Local artists , brewers , chefs , creatives, distillers , farmers, makers and watermen , all coming together for one night to bring you a one of a kind experience that will involve all your senses. Everything you see, eat and drink, has been made, created or grown here on the ESVA and the Delmarva Peninsula. A truly 100% local experience. Live music , silent and live auction as well.

Regional Library Groundbreaking!

Wed, Oct 23, 10 – 11 AM

The Eastern Shore Public Library and The Eastern Shore Public Library Foundation cordially invite you to the groundbreaking for your new Regional Library. Public invited and refreshments available

Newport News

Harvest Faire

Fri, Oct 11, 5 PM – Sun, Oct 13, 9 PM

Harvest Faire is a modern interpretation of a late 15th century European fall harvest celebration and tournament. Entertainers and a market mix with the sounds of good-natured martial competition and the smells of period cooking. Watch a craftsperson plying their trade, try your hand at games of chance and skill, and cheer for the warrior of your choice at the Field of Honors.

The Mariners' ARRRtober Festival

Sun, Oct 13, 1 PM

– 5 PM

The Mariners’ ARRRtober Festival is a family-friendly event in the Mariners’ Museum Park featuring pirate-themed activities all day long! The event will begin with The Noland Trail Marathon and Relay. Live music, craft beer tastings, food trucks, pirate storytelling, Scallywag School, pumpkin painting, hayrides, and more!

Awesomely Autistic Art Show

Sat, Oct 12, 12 PM

Join us as we welcome back A Brighter Side to ASD. This event will showcase works of art by local autistic artists. For more information call 757-247-2360.

City Center Oyster Roast

Fri, Oct 25, 6 – 9 PM

Harpoon Larry's Oyster Bar has partnered with the event organizers to provide raw and roasted oysters and other signature Harpoon Larry’s dishes. The evening’s activities include give-aways and free face painting by Pic-N-Paint. The AR Workshop Newport News will offer guests the opportunity to create their own decorative signs on site.

Fall Festival

Sat, Oct 26, 12 – 6 PM

We are back with the delicious and abundant beer, hard cider, and wine tasting. Limited amount of tasting tickets available.(WE WILL SELL ONLY 500 tickets) There will be a minimum of 30 beers/ciders and 10 wines to sample- Advance tickets $30. Day of event tasting tickets $30. There will also be food trucks, artisanal food vendors, local art vendors & craft vendors, seasonal fruit, produce, baked goods, plants and much more.

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