8 Things To Do In Martin And St. Lucie Counties In October

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8 Things To Do In Martin And St. Lucie Counties In October

MIX & MINGLE

Head to Kai-Kai Farm on Oct. 4 for Young Professionals of Martin County’s “Mix & Mingle” to taste appetizers prepared on-site by chef Rachel Osborne. Enjoy raffles, farm tours and music by Johnny Debt. (Tickets from $7; ypmc.org)

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by partaking in two “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walks. Walk for a cause at First Data Field for St. Lucie County on Oct. 20, and at Memorial Park on Oct. 27 for Martin County. (By donation; makingstrides.acsevents.org)

STEAK & STAKE

Take part in the 11th annual Steak & Stake Dinner and Auction held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center for cocktails and a steak dinner. Dress up in “Great Gatsby” attire and have fun while making a difference for a child in need. (Tickets from $125; bgcofslc.org/steak-stake)

Wynonna & The Big Noise and Uncle Kracker

CHILLIN’ ON THE LUCIE

Check out more than 20 performers like Wynonna & The Big Noise and Uncle Kracker during the music festival “Chillin’ on the Lucie” from Oct. 3 to 7. Festival-goers can choose between day and night packages with a stay at the hosting site, Sandpiper Bay Club Med. (Ticket prices vary; chillinonthelucie.com)

BOOtanical Halloween

BOOtanical Halloween

Kids are invited to trick or treat at the Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens on Oct. 31. Search for goodies and candies, and board the haunted hayride. (free/ages 13 and younger; pslbg.org/bootanical-halloween.html)

Haunted Museum

The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast will transform into a haunted house from Oct. 18 to 20 for three days of haunts. This year’s theme will be “HOTEL.” (Tickets from $5; childrensmuseumtc.org)

Trick or Treat

Join trick or treaters at the Martin County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 31 for a fun evening of music, hayrides, Halloween displays, treats and more. (free; sheriff.martin.fl.us)

Ghost Tours

Ghost Tours

Encounter local spirits during “Ghosts of Fort Pierce Past Living History Tours” Oct. 24 (downtown north and downtown south tours) and Oct. 25 (historic Edgartown and downtown west tours). Participants will stop at numerous landmarks to learn about mysterious people and events throughout the evening. ($5; mainstreetfortpierce.org)


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