Happy Fall Y’all! It’s that time of year again where we break out the boots, grab your favorite scarf, a pumpkin latte, and our favorite princess costume. Fall doesn’t officially begin until September 22nd, but if you’ve walked in Hobby Lobby you know it’s already here.
From pumpkin patches, mazes and farms and even adult events, this will be your BEST resource for all things FALL and Halloween! St. Augustine has a lot to offer during the fall and here is an ultimate guide for you to plan the best fall fun with your kids. Of course, all of our events are also listed on our Events Calendar where you can see what’s going on just for the day or week.
Did we miss an event? Let us know by emailing [email protected] Check out all the categories to find what you are looking for!
Check out all the categories to find what you are looking for!
Fall is in the air and that means it’s festival season in St. Augustine. Whether you’re looking for good food, music or even a free kid zone these Fall Festivals are sure to have something the entire family can enjoy.
The Great American Scarecrow Festival
September 30: 11 am – 3 pm
It’s that time year again for art, fun, food, music, pie and scarecrow making. An old-fashioned fun-filled day for children of all ages. Bring your old clothes and we’ll provide the hay for your scarecrow creation. There will be apple bobbing, face painting, pumpkin painting, music, and food. Support your local community and Pie in the Sky. Join in the fun at Simple Gestures.
St. Johns River Bartram Frolic
September 30th – October 1st
Join us as we celebrate our beautiful heritage river and its history with William Bartram who traveled it in the late 1700s. Saturday will feature children’s educational activities, vendors, live music, boat tours, art exhibits, and nature excursions by kayak, bike, and foot. On Sunday, enjoy educational lectures from experts on the river and Bartram’s travels in addition to vendors, more outdoor activities and tours, and art.
First Annual Sea Grove Block Party
October 1st: 12 pm – 4 pm
This event will be fun for the whole family. Come check out our Sea Grove businesses, their party specials, great vendors, kids’ booth with the Library, Scavenger Hunt, Raffles, live music, and so much more!
SAiRA Food and Wine Festival
October 1st: 12 pm – 4 pm
The SAiRA Food and Wine Festival is hosted annually by the St. Augustine Independent Restaurant Association to raise funds for the St. Augustine Boys & Girls Club. The annual event takes place this year on October 1, 2017, at St. Augustine’s elegant River House on the historic bayfront. The festival showcases culinary specialties from many of the city’s best independent restaurants and wines from around the world.
Datil Pepper Festival
October 7 and 8
The University of Florida’s St. Johns County IFAS Extension will host the annual Datil Pepper Festival. The two-day event will focus on St. Augustine’s special relationship with the datil pepper and will feature a Cook-Off with several participating local restaurants. There will be a wide selection of datil pepper products, plants, and decor available for sale during the event. The festival is located at the St. Johns County Agricultural Center, at the end of Agricutural Center Drive, accessible by CR 208 from SR 16.
St. Ambrose Fall Festival
October 8: 12 pm – 4 pm
The Fall Festival will start at 12 pm and end at 4 pm at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Elkton, FL. The fair includes kids games, hay rides, face painting, and live music. There will also be a silent auction, a “Treasure and Trivia” yard sale, and 50/50 drawings will take place every half hour during the event. There will also be a bake sale featuring baked goods.
October 13 – 15
The St. Augustine Greek Festival celebrates all things Greek – food, dancing, music, and heritage. You can taste from our homemade Greek foods and Greek pastries. Join us in traditional Greek dancing and music. The festival also includes an outdoor marketplace and kids center with carnival rides, games, and other children activities. Join us on the St. Francis Field located on U.S.1 and West Castillo Drive. Admission is $5 (children 14 and under free with paying adult, free for active military and their immediate family.)
Children’s Arts Festival
October 15: 10 am – 3 pm
The Fourth Annual Children’s Art Festival will take place at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Sunday, October 15, 2017. This popular free event is presented by The Friends of the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and seeks to encourage children to explore their creativity with interactive projects throughout the day.
Fall Fest and Chili Cook-Off
October 15: 12 pm – 5 pm
Come out and sample chili flavors while teams compete for the title of “Best Chili in NE Florida!” Kids can enjoy the Kid Zone with bounce houses, fall games, a costume contest and a “big toy” zone. We will also live stream football games on our jumbotron. Local food trucks will also be on site in case you don’t like chili!
October 21: 4 pm – 7 pm
It’s that time again! Please mark your calendars for Island Prep’s annual BooFest! This is a family-friendly Halloween event for children ages 1-10. Wristbands will be sold in advance for $5 and at the door for $6. Open to the public!
Annual Fall Festiv’All at Our Lady of Good Counsel
October 22: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Annual Fall Festiv’All featuring Filipino and Festival Food, Live Music, Inflatable Games, Carnival Games, Country Store, Sports Tent, Book SAlePumpkin Patch and Car Show. New Soccer Dart Game! Fun for the whole family. Free admission and parking.
EstuSCARY Festival and Haunted Forest Trail
October 27 and 28: 6 pm – 9pm
Join the GTM Research Reserve for a frighteningly fun Halloween event, “EstuSCARY Festival and Haunted Forest Trail”. At the EstuSCARY Festival, enjoy Kid-Friendly booths, candy, popcorn, a food truck, and games. We’ll have Streaming the Bullet Food Truck onsite for some delicious food. Meet at the Environmental Education Center and remember to bring some cash for snacks and beverages. The EstuSCARY Festival is FREE to attend and opens at 6:00 p.m.
Ancient City Kids Day
October 28: 11 am – 3 pm
Coordinated by EPIC and brought to the community by a committee of children-serving organizations, Ancient City Kids Day is an annual event that encourages and reminds all of us to spend meaningful time with the children in our lives. During this free community celebration, parents and kids will enjoy games, arts & crafts, live entertainment, a non-profit resource fair and more! The only cost to patrons is at the food tent where hot dogs and hamburgers are available.
First Coast Arts and Crafts Fall Show
October 28: 9 am – 3 pm
Make plans to join us at our next event on October 28, 2017. Our shows are held at the Mark Lance National Guard Armory, 190 San Marco Ave, St Augustine, Florida, from 9 am to 3 pm. There’s no admission charge for shoppers and free parking. Vendors at the First Coast Arts and Crafts Show showcase handcrafted items from jewelry and home décor to clothing, candles, artwork, and more. Food and drink vendors will also participate in this annual art and crafts show.
The Annual Great Chowder Debate
November 5: 12 pm – 4 pm
Inaugurated in 1984, the Great Chowder Debate is one of the longest-running chowder championships in the country. Over 30 restaurants from the St. Augustine area come out every November to donate their chowders and their time in hopes of winning first place. The Great Chowder Debate features over 5,000 patrons and over 2,000 gallons of chowder, served by some of the Florida’s best restaurants and chefs. Tickets for tastes of chowder will be sold for $1 each. Try all the chowders at the Conch House!
Florida Tiny House Festival
November 17 – 19
Last year, Florida was ROCKED with hugely successful 60,000+ attendee and 97 tiny home 2016 Florida Tiny House Festival, and since then there has been the popular 2nd Annual Georgia Tiny House Festival and the record-breaking 2017 New Jersey Tiny House Festival. Now, the for-charity Tiny House Festival is returning to the Sunshine State with the 2nd Annual Florida Tiny House Festival!
Fall Arts and Crafts Festival
November 25 – 26
The St. Augustine Art Association has been hosting the St. Augustine Art & Craft Festival for decades! Located at Francis Field next to the Visitor’s Center in the Uptown Arts District, this premier outdoor art fair is a Thanksgiving tradition that attracts thousands of visitors, discerning art collectors, and savvy holiday shoppers. The event helps support the Art Association programs while animating the local arts scene and boosting the economy of the nation’s oldest city.
It may still be warm here in October but you will certainly feel the fall season when you visit one of our nearby farms! Enjoy hayrides, pumpkins, corn mazes and more!
Sykes and Cooper Farms Corn Maze
You don’t want to miss it this year! With a ton of new and exciting things to see and do, including “Movies Under The Stars” every Friday night, new furry friends, corn cannons and MORE, you are sure to have an a-MAZE-ing time at Sykes and Cooper Farms!
Conner’s A-Maize-Ing Acres
Maze Daze Season is open to the general public this year from October 7 – November 04. Conner’s is a working family farm and has tons of fun activities for the kids including a Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, wagon rides across the creek to visit the cows and their baby calves, Ellis and Eddie’s animal barn, Lottie Bell’s General Store, two corn pools, volleyball, tumblebug roller, play fort, tractor themed see/saws, spider web for climbing, 20 car cow/horse train, and much more!
Amazing Grace Crop Maze
Amazing Grace Crop Maze is open to the public Fridays and Saturdays during the season. Attractions include corn crib, corn hole, cow train, duck races, hayride, mini hay bale maze, pumpkin patch, Lou Lou’s Country Store, iFarm Experience and Rat Rollers.
Cowart Ranch and Farm-Maze Dayz Corn Maze
Cowart Ranch is a family owned and operated farm. Coming from a family of farmers and ranchers, Chuck and Peggy Cowart started The Blueberry Strand in 1986. Twenty-six years later, Brittany talked them into putting this great idea of a fall FARM festival and maze to life, namely <MAZE DAYZ>. Enjoy a 6-acre crop maze to get lost in, hay rides, farm animals, and many other activities and vendors. As long as the weather holds out there will be pumpkins, gourds, winter squash and flowers for sale locally. In other words, we’re going to have a farm-tastic fall!
Pumpkins everywhere! There is no shortage of pumpkin patches in St. Augustine! The season begins September 30 this year and runs through Halloween! Did we miss your favorite patch? List it in the comments below!
Rype and Readi Farm Pumpkins and Petting Zoo Fun
Rype and Readi Farm will feature a pumpkin patch and petting zoo for the kids this year. Stick around for storytelling for children, hayrides and pumpkin decorating. Pumpkins arrive on September 15.
First United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
Every year, the First United Methodist church offers pumpkins of all sizes and prices at their downtown location on the corner of King St. and Riberia. The pumpkins will go on sale on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
Shore United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
Pumpkins are scheduled to arrive at Shores United Methodist Church on October 7, 2017. The patch will be open daily from 12 to 7 p.m. until October 26th. On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the Church will hold its Fall Festival, featuring children’s games, a bounce house, food, and live music, in addition to the pumpkin patch.
River of Life United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch
The pumpkins have arrived at River of Life United Methodist Church, 2600 Race Track Road, in the Julington Creek area. A portion of proceeds from pumpkin patch sales benefit the Florida United Methodist Children’s Home and other ministries in the church each year. The patch is open from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays.
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Pumpkin Patch
Thousands of pumpkins of all shapes and sizes will share the patch with free hayrides, photo-ops, and ghostly spooks until Halloween. Hours are 1 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Pumpkin Patch at Our Lady of Good Counsel
Pumpkin Patch and Hay Rides all month long in October.
Looking for a special event for your little ones? These Halloween events are perfect for kids who are looking for not-so-spooky fun!
Spooktacular Nights at the Jacksonville Zoo
October 13-31: 6:30-10:00 pm
Experience Spooktacular in a Whole New Direction This Halloween, don’t miss Jacksonville’s most enchanting celebration. Spooktacular is a safe and exciting Halloween adventure for kids of all ages.
Spooky Treats Kids Crafts @ Anastasia Island Library
October 4: 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Don’t be frightened! It’s only a donut! Kids and tweens will have fun creating their own scary treats in this spooktacularly delicious program. Parents, we did not forget you …. we will have our S’Mores grill all set for you to join in the fun too!
Harry Potter Halloween Magic Show @ Anastasia Island LIbrary
October 18: 2:45 pm – 3:45 pm
Harry Potter and Halloween together?! You cannot get better than this magic show! Kids and their caregivers are invited for a special magic show celebrating the book series that continues to inspire reading, Harry Potter, with our favorite magician, Mark Alan! Dress up in your House colors and join us for a show guaranteed to have everyone laughing. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Kids Art Lab: Dia de Los Muertos @ Anastasia Island Library
October 20: 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm
Kids of all ages are welcome to come into the library to learn a little bit about the art behind Dia de Los Muertos and even make some very fun themed crafts to take home for decoration! Supplies are generously donated by the Friends of the Library.
Halloween Carnival @ St. Augustine Main Library
October 27: 4 pm – 6pm
It’s time yet again for the annual Main Library Halloween Carnival! Every year, Main Library hosts hundreds of fantastically costumed children for an evening of carnival games, trick or treating and magic shows. The fun starts at 4pm and runs until the library closes at 6pm. Everyone is invited to come show off their costume, play some games, win some prizes, trick or treat through the book stacks and enjoy one of the three Mark Alan magic shows. Everything is free and prize bags will be handed out, but feel free to bring your own.
Kids Spooky [email protected] Southeast Library
October 30: 3:30 pm – 4:35 pm
Boo! Prepare for Halloween with some spooky crafts! All supplies are provided by the Friends of the Library. Several prepared crafts will be available, but kids are also encouraged to use their imagination and make something unique with the provided materials! Open to kids of all ages.
Paint your Pumpkin at Rype and Readi Farm Downtown
Starts October 7: 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Bring the kids to our Downtown Farm Market on Saturday and Sunday mornings in October to pick a pumpkin from our pumpkin patch and Paint on a spooky face! We will have all the supplies you need, just pick your pumpkin and start painting ($3-5 per child). Other dates include October 8, 14, 15, 21 and 22.
Haunted Forest at Catty Shack Ranch
Starts October 13: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Come one, come all! Bring us your big or your small! From ghosts to ghouls to all that creeps and crawls, your fears shall soon bring forth your fall! So get your costumes ready and come join us at Catty Shack Ranch for our 12th Annual Haunted Forest Trail of Fears. Enjoy all of the big cats and other animal residents as you stroll leisurely through the sanctuary on your way to the Trail of Fears. The Haunted Forest is also open October 14, 20, 21, 27 and 28.
Kid’s Haunted House Baking Class
October 21: 2 pm-4 pm
Students will learn how to assemble and design haunted houses made of delicious baked goods! Participants must be at least 8 years old. Ages 6-7 will be admitted if they have a parent or guardian to assist with the tasks their little hands struggle with.
October 24 : 5pm-7pm
Come craft your very own one-of-a-kind pumpkin creation and help us make an indoor pumpkin patch.
Florida Agricultural Museum Haunted Trails
October 26 – 28: 6 pm – 10 pm
What’s spookier than a wagon ride through the woods at night in October? Maybe a headless horseman? Magic shows, carnival games, and haunted house provide spine-tingling fun for all ages. A variety of food and drinks will be available for purchase. Please come in costume if you like….plenty of folks do. Be sure to wear sensible shoes you’ll be walking and you never know what might be lurking in the sands beneath your feet.
Dr. Glenos’ Annual Halloween Bash
October 27 : 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Join Dr. Jimmy Glenos and the Smiles By Glenos Team at our NEW PARTY LOCATION, the ST. AUGUSTINE SHIPYARD, for a fun-filled evening packed with food, music contests, and prizes! Come dressed in costume for your chance to win an Apple iPad as well as other great prizes! Watch our Candy Corn Contest winner throw a pie in Dr. Glenos’ face! Bring your friends and family. Everyone is invited to this FREE event! No ticket required!
Mary McScary and Creepy Pair of Underwear Storytime
October 28: 11 am – 12 pm
Join us for a special Halloween Storytime! First, in Mary McScary, bestselling authors R.L. Stine and Marc Brown join forces again in a funny story featuring a fearless anti-heroine that will have kids and their parents cheering. Then, in Creepy Pair of Underwear!, Aaron Reynolds and Peter Brown team up for a hilarious and creepy story of a brave rabbit and a very weird pair of underwear.
Halloween GLOWGA Party
October 28: 5 pm – 7 pm
Glow in the Dark Yoga Fun for Kids 4-10. Saturday, October 28th 5-7pm. $25 includes 2 hours filled with yoga, movement, a healthy snack & mindful craft. Make sure to wear clothes that expose skin for us to paint with 100% non-toxic paint that will GLOW in our blacklights while we play. White & fluorescent colors are GREAT too!!
Kids Eat Free at Mellow Mushroom St. Augustine. Join us before you go trick-or-treating, children dressed in their costumes enjoy a kids meal FREE. Only valid on Halloween.
Halloween at St. Johns Town Center
October 31: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Avenues Mall invites all little ghouls, goblins, and boo’tiful princesses to come have a spooktacular time at the Kidgits Mall-O-Ween Spooktacular. Hitch a broom and fly by for costume contests, pumpkin decorating contests, fun games, and trick or treating.
Halloween isn’t just for little kids. Big kids and adults love a spooky thrill. So whether you’re a teenager looking for some haunted fun or an adult looking for a fun night out, we’ve got all the best big kid & adult Halloween events in St. Augustine.
Rype and Readi Farm Scarecrow Building Contest
September 15-October 15
In celebration of our hardworking agricultural community in St John’s county, Rype & Readi is holding a Scarecrow Building activity and competition. This contest is open to registered groups from September 15 through October 15. Judging will take place the week of October 16. They will stand prominently in the pasture of our Elkton Farm and Downtown Farm Market until Saturday, October 28 when we host the annual SCARECROW BURNING MAN BBQ at our Elkton Farm!
Rype and Readi Downtown Haunted Mansion
October 13-15, 21-22: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Check out our spooky Haunted Mansion starting October 13 at the Rype and Readi Downtown Farm market. Rype & Readi will be shrouded in darkness and the creatures that lurk within are no longer bound by the rules. You’ll experience the tribal fires of our Scarecrows and witness the spooky stables as never before. Enjoy some cider, a fresh donut, and join us for a Bite & Fright! Friday night (Oct 13) is for kids 8 and under. This is our Not-so-spooky night for the little ones. Must be accompanied by an adult.
Haunted Masquerade Art Show
October 21: 7 pm – 10 pm
We are excited to be having our Fourth Annual Haunted Masquerade Art Show at DoubleTree by Hilton St. Augustine Historic District in their Anastasia Ball Room! There will be a beer and wine cash bar as well! Come out in your best masquerade masks, dress to impress and bring your wallets and purses and come support our amazing local artists!
First Coast Opera’s Most Haunting Melodies
October 27: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
First Coast Opera presents Opera’s Most Haunting Melodies, a concert of ghostly experiences and haunting tunes, just in time for Halloween. The concert will take place at the Mark Lance National Guard Armory in St. Augustine at 7:30 pm on Friday, October 27, 2017.
El Dia de los Difuntos
Florida Living History, Inc., and the Tolomato Cemetery Preservation Association will present an exciting new event based on the Spanish tradition of El Día de los Difuntos (Day of the Deceased) on Saturday, October 28, 2017, with historical demonstrations throughout the day and a torch-lit procession in the evening.
Spooktacular Bite & Fright BBQ and Burning Man Scarecrow
October 28th: 6 pm – 9 pm
Join us on October 28th for a night of goulash BBQ and BURNING MAN SCARECROW! That’s right, we celebrate the season with a ceremonial burning of our Scarecrows! This is for anyone 9 and up. 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. This is our Spooks On Saturday Night!!
Palm Coast Hall of Terror
There’s never a dull moment in the Hall of Terror at Palm Coast Fire Station #21, so enter only if you dare! Youths, ages 10+, will get the scare of their lives! Admission is free.
Dark of the Moon Tour at the St. Augustine Lighthouse
Various Dates and Times
St. Augustine’s Only All Ghosts, No Gimmicks Paranormal Tour. Don’t get stuck looking over the fence! Take the only tour that lets you investigate the most haunted place in St. Augustine. Conduct your own paranormal investigation of the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum on this exclusive guided ghost tour that’s been featured on TAPS/Ghost Hunters, CNN, Parade Magazine, Fox News and The Weather Channel.
It’s the spookiest time of the year! Get ready for Halloween sweets and treats with our list of special events to go trick or treating in St. Augustine! These are kid-friendly events that include trick or treating as well as trunk or treats around town.
Creatures of the Night at the Alligator Farm
October 27 – 29: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Join the wild side for 3 nights of treats, costumes, and fun! Meet eerie bugs and beasts in this hands-on experience while collecting creepy creature cards around the park. Sure to be a spooktacular time!
Trunk or Treat and Halloween Fun @ Southeast Library
Come in costume to trunk or treat in a safe environment! We’ll also have crafts and activities in our large meeting room.
Think you can decorate the spookiest trunk? Sign up to give out treats and compete in our Trunk Decorating Contest!
Trick or Treat at the Library @ Anastasia Library
Kids of all ages can come into the Library for a trick and a treat! Walk down our spooky hallway, play a quick game for a trick and then we will give you a treat on your way out to continue your festivities on Halloween!
St. Augustine Outlet Mall
Calling all ghouls, goblins, superheroes, witches, and boo-tiful princesses! We hope to see your spooktacular costumes at our safe, indoor trick- or- treating event on Halloween evening! Visit Guest Services (located near the food court) to begin your Halloween journey!
Trick-or-Treat on St. George St.
October 29: 2 pm – 5 pm
The fun starts with a Halloween costume contest followed by trick or treating down St. George Street. We will have categories for the contest and trophies for the winners.
Trick or Treat at the St. Augustine Aquarium. Free admission for anyone in costumes. Plus 5 trick or treat stations!
Check your local Publix for details, but most locations have trick-or-treat events on October 31st.
Get ready to race this fall! The weather is perfect for running through the oldest city! Below are all the fun runs and races in St. Augustine during the Halloween season!
Pink up the Pace 5k Run and Walk
October 7 : 8:oo am
Here in the oldest city we will be celebrating our eight year anniversary. Founder Cindy Chaconas diagnosed in 2009 with stage II breast cancer turned her cancer diagnosis into a cause. Now with the help of many volunteers and a supportive community, this race is a premier event in St. Augustine. Come celebrate life with survivors, family, and friends while remembering those who lost the battle against breast cancer. All race proceeds go to assist underinsured and uninsured individuals to navigate the financial challenges of early breast cancer detection and to educate the public. Join us in the largest 5k in St. Augustine! The 5k run and walk starts at 8am on Francis Field.
Creepy Crawl 5k and Vampire Mile
October 14: 8 am – 10:30 am
Join us for a 3.1-mile run or a Vampire Mile fun walk/run through the Nocatee neighborhood for a hauntingly good time this October! The Jacksonville Creepy Crawl 5K & Vampire Mile is a signature HFGF event to raise money for the Florida bleeding disorder community while bringing the bleeding disorder community and their supporters together for a fun morning of camaraderie!
Ravine Gardens State Park Costume Run
October 21: 8:00 am
Join us on Saturday, October 21, 2017, for the Ravine Gardens 5K benefiting the Friends of Ravine Gardens! Come walk, jog, or run one of the most beautiful 5K course in all of Florida.
Fearless 5k Run and Walk
October 21: 8:00 am
Fearless 5K RUN/WALK will provide competition, fun, and teamwork while celebrating health and fitness for all ages. Presented in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Healthy Lifestyle Expo, the St. Augustine Outlets Mall will become a feast for the senses featuring music, food, colorful & informative health exhibits, and lots of fun physical activity for health-conscious people from one to one hundred and one!
Boo and Brew 5k Race
October 21: 6 pm – 9 pm
Join us on Saturday, October 21 for a 5K race and one-mile walk that starts and finishes at Ancient City Brewing! The race starts at 6 pm, be there by 5:30 pm for packet pickup.
VeloFest Jailbreak 5k
October 28: 8:00 am
Do you have what it takes to make a break? Runners will enjoy a USATF Certified 5k to the Atlantic Ocean facing a treacherous climb over the Vilano Bridge as they flee from the Authentic Old Jail. We invite runners of all ages and abilities this Halloween weekend to make a break and enjoy the fun. Running not your thing but dressing up is? Check out the 0.0! Be part of the team, enjoy the fruits of no labor and donate!
Spooktacular 5k and Monster Mile
October 28: 9:00 am
Get dressed up and Get ready for the Spooktacular 5k and Monster Mile at Durbin Crossing in Saint Johns Country. This is a great family-friendly event. Kids 7 and under are absolutely free. Proceeds of to StJohnshugs.org which benefits local schools.
Funk~N~Possible Mission Halloween Edition
Veteran’s Day Funnel Run
November 11: 9 am – 1 pm
This 5k run will be benefiting Operation Green Zone www.OpGreenZone.org. Operation Green Zone is a non-profit organization which help the Spouses of Veterans with PTSD and the Veterans with PTSD by helping form a bond which creates a support system. Please come and participate in this fun event for a great cause. The race will start at 10 am in Nocatee. After the 5k, each participant will get a funnel cake or a cotton candy (picked during registration).
Run Turkey Run
November 23: 7:30 am
Start a new family tradition this Thanksgiving with the Run Turkey Run 5k in beautiful World Golf Village with Ultimate Racing. The 3rd Annual Run Turkey Run will be loaded with tradition and fun for the whole family. Great prizes and awards and you’ll be heading out in plenty of time to get home for turkey. So plan to get that turkey in the oven early and come kick out a quick 5k run or walk to start off your day in a healthy way.