12 Ways to Carve Fall Memories in Dublin GA
The colorful leaves in Dublin GA are FALLing with memories in the lively breeze as spooky season crawls its way in! Take hold and carve fall memories with these fall-tastic adventurous ways in Dublin GA.
1. Gourd Fall Memories
Saturdays throughout October are the perfect time for the littlest and biggest goblins to find tricks and treats at Market On Madison! Parents can handpick ripe goodness at the Downtown Dublin Farmers Market while the little monsters are entertained with weekly activities! Have a gourd time goblin up your Halloween sweets, and don’t leaf without picking the perfect pumpkin for the porch or for pie from the Pumpkin Patch!
2. Nights of Frights
Terror lurks around every corner as Haunted Montrose lures you in for a scare and fills your dreams with nightmares. A fear you have never experienced awaits, and with every step, reaches further into your mind, building terror and lasting all throughout October. Scare yourself silly every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night during October. Doors open at 7 PM.
3. Monster Run
Quick, run from the monsters! Oh, wait, you just might be the monster at the 4th Annual Monster Dash Run, hosted by the Pilot Club, in Downtown Dublin GA on Saturday, October 23rd! The 5K Runners bolt from the starting line at 7:30 AM. The 1 Mile Run takes off at 8:30 AM. Awards will be given for each run. The 1 Mile Candy Fun Run/Walk for the little monsters 10 and under blasts off at 9:30 AM. All runs start and finish at Market on Madison.
4. Take Advantage of the Vintage
Feed your soul with authentic vintage at the Blackshear Vintage Fall Market on Friday, October 22nd from 12 PM to 5 PM and Saturday, October 23rd from 8 AM to 5 PM. The hard pickin’, digging and painting has been done for you so you can choose from only the best antiques, upcycled furniture, architectural salvage, and good old rusty barn finds. Ready to rid of some of your pieces? Reach out to Vintage Soul via Facebook.
5. Trunk or Treat
Pinehurst Drive Baptist Church’s Fall Festival is on trend with their Trunk-or-Treating on Saturday, October 23rd! Come as you are or in your Halloween best starting at 4 PM for games and prizes, take in fresh air on a hayride, munch on some food and have lots of fun before the Trunk-or-Treating begins at 7 PM where kids trick-or-treat from car trunk to car trunk in the parking lot.
6. Ole Fashioned Shindig
Invite your buddies, load your lawn chairs and coolers to create some great memories with a good ole fashioned shindig in the country with live music from local favorites all night! Scott Brantley and The Big Cooler Crew, Raisin’ Helton, newcomer and active Air Force member Austin Snell, and Tina Brantley will have you kicking up your boots and getting down. Smith Farm Fest outdoor event is on Saturday, October 23rd from 4:30 PM to 10 PM.
7. Boo-licious Treats
Calling all Trick-or-Treaters! Creep to downtown Dublin GA on Thursday, October 28th where witching hour begins at 5:30 PM for Downtown Spooky Sweets. Downtown merchants will be waiting with buckets of sugary goodness! A spooktacular costume contest will award prizes for ghoul-tastic costumes. Eat sweet treats while enjoying crafts, music and storytelling.
8. Moonlight Movie
On Friday, October 29th, drive right up to the big screen at Southern Pines Regional Park for a drive-in movie experience as the spooky and kooky Addams Family takes a stab at suburban life in the 2019 animated version of Halloween’s favorite family. Grab a spot and load up on snacks starting at 7:30 PM. Movie starts at 8:00 PM, and admission is free!
9. Fetch This Treat
Furry friends take the stage for the 2021 Howl-o-Ween Dog Costume Contest on Saturday, October 30th at 10:30 AM in front of Theatre Dublin in downtown Dublin GA! Pawsome dogs have a chance to fetch Best Costume, Best Trick, Biggest Dog or Smallest Dog. One lucky human will win the Dog/Owner Look Alike with his or her furry friend. Hosted by the Dublin Laurens County Humane Society and Main Street Dublin, proceeds benefit the Humane Society.
10. Cruise to the Carnival
Ride around in circles while you ride around in bigger circles at Liberty Baptist Church’s Carnival for Christ this Halloween. Everyone’s favorite event is back this year with free admission, free rides and free games for all! Win the biggest stuffed animals, dissolve cotton candy in your mouth and wear your favorite costume because it is Halloween after all! See you at the Dublin Civitan Fairgrounds October 31st at 6 PM!
11. Cowgirls & Cowboys
Put on your cowboy boots and hats and barrel out to Southern Pines Equestrian Center on Friday, November 5th, and Saturday, November 6th for Easterseals Pro Rodeo. Bring out the lawn chairs and get ready to cheer everyone on. Advance tickets are available in Dublin at Kroger, Easterseals (Dublin & Eastman), Georgia United Credit Union, Dublin-Laurens Chamber of Commerce, Bank of Dudley (Downtown Dublin Branch), Roche Farm & Garden. Tickets will also be available when the gates open at 5:00 PM.
12. Flaunt the Flannel
Hay rides and farm animals await at Flannel Fest, hosted by Dexter Assembly of God in Dexter GA on Saturday, November 6th from 4 PM to 8 PM! Wear your best flannel for a chance to win a prize. Test your throwing arm at the dunk tank and cornhole. Add to your fall decor or do a little Christmas shopping with several craft vendors on sight. Work up an appetite for all the good food, and catch a birds-eye view of the countryside from the Ferris wheel.
Photo credit: Liberty Baptist Church Facebook Page