7 October Events Throughout Martin And St. Lucie Counties



The family-friendly Hobgoblins on Main Street costume parade and family festival returns to downtown Stuart on Oct. 26. Children can dress up in costumes and parade down Osceola Street to Haney Circle where merchants will be stationed outside for trick-or-treating. (Free; historicdowntownstuart.com)


Time to put on those running shoes for the Treasure Coast Halloween Half Marathon on Oct. 27. It all starts  at Stuart Memorial Park where runners will get to view stunning scenes of town and are encouraged to dress up. (Prices from $25; runsignup.com)


This fall, rock out to eight hours of live music and enjoy a four-hour beer fest during the Sixth Street Rocktoberfest presented by Terra Fermata and The Crafted Keg. Guests can enjoy Oktoberfest-style games and culinary samples from food trucks during the Oct. 12 event. ($12 to $28; tickets.beerfests.com)


CareBag Inc. will host its Wonderland Gala, “Heart of the Dragon” on Oct. 5 at Tradition Town Hall. Enjoy a magical Asian-themed evening with dinner, dancing, entertainment and auctions. ($125; carebagfl.org)


Downtown Stuart’s 20th annual Craft Festival returns Oct. 19 to 20 on Osceola Street in historic downtown Stuart. Browse endless art pieces in different mediums to take home. (Free; artfestival.com)


Join Equine Rescue & Adoption Foundation on Oct. 20 for its annual Country Festival. Don’t miss out on pony rides, adoptable horse demonstrations, barn tours, local food vendors and more. Proceeds help with the caring, feeding and veterinary expenses of the horses. ($3/donation; eraf.org)


Get ready for ghoulish fun on Oct. 24 as the Treasure Coast Professional Photographers Association hosts its inaugural Halloween Party & Costume Contest. Hosted at the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens, the event will bring locals together for some spooktacular fun complete with games and a costume contest. (Free; treasurecoastppa.com)

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