7 October-Inspired Events You Need To Attend This Month


Frightfully Fantastic

Wear your best costume for a chance to win prizes at Clematis By Fright in downtown West Palm Beach on Oct. 26. Children can safely trick-or-treat in the Haunted Hallows while others can get down to live Latin and funk music by the Spam Allstars. (free; wpb.org)

Brews, Barks and Beaches

Take your furry, four-legged friend to the water for Brews, Barks and Beaches on Oct. 21 at The Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk presented by Friends of Jupiter Beach. Taste craft beer and food from local breweries and restaurants while supporting Jupiter’s beaches. (Tickets from $30; brewsbarksbeaches.com)

For Wine Lovers

Bring your wine palate and appetite to Abacoa Wines Around the World on Oct. 7 at the Abacoa Amphitheater. Sample wines from around the globe and enjoy Palm Beach County’s finest cuisine, live musical performances and chef demonstrations. ($60; abacoa.com)

Gateways to Modernism

Experience an artistic journey in the “Ann Weaver Norton: Gateways to Modernism” exhibit at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, now on display until Nov. 26. View an array of her drawings, maquettes and finished sculptures that use various mediums, showcasing the evolution of her works. (Tickets from $7; ansg.org)

Jupiter Fall Fest

Kick off the festive season at The Plaza Down Under on the Riverwalk with Jupiter Fall Fest, taking place Oct. 7. Enjoy a kids carnival, a costume show for dogs, and food and crafts from local vendors. Plus, local country band Whisky Six will be performing. (free; jupiter.fl.us/fallfest)


Head to The American German Club of the Palm Beaches for two weekends of Oktoberfest (Oct. 13 to 15 and Oct. 20 to 22). Celebrate with authentic German food, beer and schnapps, and performances by two bands straight from Germany. ($10; americangermanclub.org)

Comedy Night

For a night of laughs, head to the Palm Beach Improv to watch David Spade’s stand-up comedy act on Oct. 6 and 7. ($42.50; palmbeachimprov.com)

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