Halloween Fun Fest and Zombie Run
5K Zombie Run plus kids activities, corn maze, pumpkin patch, music, and more. Preregistration required for the Zombie Run, call David at 334-794-3452 to register Run registration includes entry to the Halloween Kick Off.
Landmark Park Quilt Show
This year’s theme: The Color Wheel Reinvented. Held in conjunction with the park’s annual Fall Farm Day, this quilt show features over 100 antique and contemporary quilts displayed inside the Stokes Activity Barn. This juried show includes exhibits, door prizes, speakers and more. Open for viewing on Friday (1-4); Saturday (10-4); Sunday (1-4). Click here for entry form. Click here for vendor form. Click here for sponsor form.
Fall Farm Day
Come and watch how peanuts were harvested in the Wiregrass nearly 100 years ago. Enjoy the sights, sounds and sweet smells of cane grinding, syrup making, butter churning, soap making and other traditional farm activities. Other activities include music, antique tractors, wagon rides and the largest quilt display in the Wiregrass region.
Low Country Boil
Shrimp, sausage, corn, potatoes and a blend of spices will simmer in a 60-gallon kettle for a mouthwatering dish. Advance tickets are required . For more info or to purchase tickets, call 334-794-3452. Sponsored by William and Carroll Flowers, Alden Services, Steve and Angelia Stokes, WDFX Fox 34, Adams Beverages, Dothan Printing, Nantze Springs, Hardwick and Son Printing, Martin Environmental, Pans and Petals, Buffalo Rock, US Business Products and United Rentals.
Spread some holiday cheer at Landmark Park at the Holiday Decorating WorkshopCreate wreaths, garlands and swags out of natural materials and decorate Landmark Park for Victorian Christmas and make some decorations to take home! Refreshments will be provided. Registration required. This event is supported by the Wiregrass Master Gardeners. Admission is free.
Listen to Christmas carols and visit with Santa. Enjoy snacks, arts and crafts, music, wagon rides and handmade decorations. A circuit riding preacher will deliver a holiday message. Admission is free and visitors are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for donation to the Food Bank.