Community Calendar


Saturday, Oct. 6
DaneToberfest Festival
3rd Annual Great Dane Adoption
Sponsored by Northwest Florida Great Dane Rescue
Seville Square

Saturday, Oct. 6
Monarch Madness Butterfly Festival
Butterfly gardening advice, tours, games, food available
Panhandle Butterfly House
8581 Navarre Parkway in Navarre

Saturday, Oct. 6
2nd Annual Super Bowl Bonanza
Sponsored by Mr. Robbins Neighborhood
Cordova Lanes Bowling Center 
Information and registration:

Saturday, Oct. 6
29th Annual Peanut Festival
Peanuts, live entertainment, vendors and rides
Gabbert Farm in Jay
3604 Pine Level Church Road
Free admission and parking

Saturday, Oct. 6
Blackwater Classic Marching Band Festival
17 High School Marching Bands from throughout the area
Special guest University of Southern Mississippi
Milton High School Panther Stadium
$7 adults

Saturday, Oct. 6
First City Art Center’s Pumpkin Patch
4,500 glass and pottery pumpkins hand-made by the artists of First City
Preview Party Friday Night 6-9pm $25 non-members
1060 Guillemard Street

Sunday, Oct. 7
“Birds & Brew” Downtown Bird Watching
Experienced and novice birders welcome for 2- hour walk through downtown  parks; bring binoculars
5pm meet at Seville Park and end at Pensacola Bay Brewery

Thursday, Oct. 11
“Cane and Able” Day sponsored by Independence for the Blind
Blind will demonstrate their ability to navigate around using their white canes; non-blind can be
blind-folded and learn the skills of visually impaired
CW Gemmill Learning Center
3107 North Davis

Friday, Oct. 12
Humorist Sean Dietrich “Sean of the South” performs a benefit for Big Brothers Big Sisters of NW Florida
Pensacola Little Theater
Tickets $40 available at

Friday, Oct. 12-Sunday, Oct. 14
Pensacola Greek Festival
Greek food, music and dancing
Dine there are to go
Friday and Saturday 11am-9pm
Sunday 12n-5pm
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
Free admission

Saturday, Oct. 13
Bridge to Bridge 5K
Starts at 7:30am from Wayside Park to The Bridge Bar in Gulf Breeze
Busses will transport runners back to Pensacola after the “after party” at the Bridge Bar
Register at

Saturday, Oct. 13
Pensacola Symphony opens its new season
Music by Gershwin, Barber and Mussorgsky featuring guest violinist Jennifer Koh
Saenger Theater
Tickets available at the box office

Saturday, Oct. 13
Regional Round-Up sponsored by Escambia County Waste Services Department
Dispose of electronics, household hazardous waste and up to 4 tires
Blue Angels Elementary School
1551 Dog Track Road
Free drop-off; proof of Escambia County residency required

Monday, Oct. 15
Jazz Pensacola Jazz Gumbo
Featuring the Joe Occhipinti Big Band
Seville Quarter

hursday, Oct. 18
Pensacola Interstate Fair
Runs through Sunday, October 28
For entertainment line-up and daily special events check

Friday, Oct. 18
Toast of the Coast: Makin’ Moonshine
Southern Traditions-themed demonstrations, food and beverage pairings
The Fish House
$45 and reservations required

Friday, Oct. 19
Music Under the Stars with jazz guitarist Roman Street
From the Garden Up community garden
501 N. Hayne
$15 advance, $20 at the gate

Friday, Oct. 19
WSRE Wine & Food Classic
Walk-About Tasting event featuring food by local chefs
Hilton Pensacola Beach

Friday, Oct. 19
Annual Rat Pack Reunion
Sponsored by Council on Aging for NW Florida
Skopelo’s at New World Landing

Friday, Oct. 19
“Field of Screams” opens at Blue Wahoos Stadium
Through Wednesday, Oct. 31
Family Friendly 5-7pm; admission $6
Adults Only 7:30-12mid; admission $20

Saturday, Oct. 20
WSRE Wine & Food Classic
Dinner with guest PBS celebrity chef Sara Moulton
5:15pm Cocktails; dinner at 6pm
Hilton Pensacola Beach

Sunday, Oct. 21
WSRE Wine & Food Classic
Book-signing for “Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better”
Author and PBS Chef Sara Moulton
So Gourmet & Kitchenry

Sunday, Oct. 21
Blues Angel Music “Blues on the Bay” Concert
Featuring KISS Tribute Band, Love Gun
Bring coolers, lawn chairs and blankets
Hunter Amphitheater at Community

Sunday, Oct. 21
Pensacola Beach Art & Wine Festival
Sip wine samples, stroll the Boardwalk and shop for art by Gulf Coast artists
11am-4pm; wine tasting 12n-3pm
Pensacola Beach Boardwalk
FreeAdvance tickets for wine-tasting $30 or $50 for two

Friday, Oct. 26
“Witch of East Hill”
Spooky children’s tour
Designed for kids ages 5-12
Leave from Go Retro’s Bistro, 610 N. Spring St.

Saturday, Oct. 27
25th Annual “The Biggest Cook-Out of 2018”
Pensacola Community Arts & Recreation Association
Free food, exhibits, speakers, live entertainment
Fricker Community Center
900 North “F” Street

Sunday, Oct. 28
“Wahooloween” at Blue Wahoos Stadium
Family friendly trick-or-treating

Friday, Oct. 26
Nemours Costume Ball
Story book costumes encouraged for theme: “Once Upon a Time”
Court of De Luna, 116 Gonzalez Street, downtown
Benefits Nemours Children’s Specialty Care

Friday, Oct. 26
“Inclusion Matters”
Autism care training with Aron Hall of ‘Let’s All Play’
Presented by Autism Pensacola
Open to recreational programs, churches, afterschool groups and daycares
Marcus Pointe Baptist Church

Saturday, Oct. 27
Barktoberfest sponsored by Pensacola Humane Society
Family fun for dogs and humans
Pet adoptions, prizes, games, doggy costume contest, vendors and food trucks
Community Maritime Park

Saturday, Oct. 27
Halloween at the Naval Aviation Museum
Bring kids in costumes for special events and discounts to attractions