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Corpus Christi Fall Festivals October 2019

Halloween carnivals, fall festivals, and more all feature fun activities and costume contests for the kids and even the family canine. Help local schools and churches raise money while enjoying traditional seasonal games, rides, food, and more.

October gets an early start in Corpus Christi with fall festivals and Oktoberfests set beginning Saturday, September 21. Seasonal theatrical entertainment is already available at both the Harbor Playhouse and Aurora Arts Theatre, which you can find out more about in our story at this link.

Here’s the city’s line up of fall festivals, Halloween carnivals, and Octoberfests through October.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21


11 a.m.-11 p.m.

LORELEI OKTOBERFEST

Lorelei Brewing Co.

520 Naval Air Station Drive

Includes a stein-holding competition, best-dressed contest, fire dancers, pirates, live music, food, drinks, and more. Free admission for all ages.


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28


Noon-Midnight

NUECES BREWING CO. OKTOBERFEST

Nueces Brewing Co.

401 S. Water St.

Newly opened, Nueces Brewing Co. celebrates October in September with a traditional German fest, including one-liter commemorative beer steins, games, German food, and beer.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5


Noon-9 p.m.

SURFTOBERFEST

Texas Surf Museum

309 N. Water ST.

This annual outdoor festival benefits the Texas Surf Museum. Features live music, activities for the whole family, and more. Free admission.


Noon-8 p.m.

FALL FESTIVAL

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Academy

5830 Williams Drive

An annual fall fundraiser for the academy, the fall festival features live music, a haunted house, a cake walk, games, a silent auction, and food and drinks. Admission is free. Purchase tickets for food and activities.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6


1-8 p.m.

HISPANIC HERITAGE FESTIVAL

Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds

1213 Terry Shamsie Blvd.

Robstown

Live musical lineup includes Mariachi Aquila, Ballet Alcorta Compania de Danza, Albert Flores Y La Juventud, Vida, La Calma, Stefani Montiel, and Solido. Food vendors and live viewing of the Dallas Cowboys on TV. Free admission sponsored by South Texas Ford.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12


2-8 p.m.

NIGHTMARE ON WATER STREET HALLOWEEN MARKET

Nueces Brewing Co.

401 S. Water St.

Presented by the Musing Morenas, the Halloween Market includes costume contests for humans and dogs, trick-or-treating, giveaways, live music, artisan vendors, and more. Free admission.


4-9 p.m.

FALL FESTIVAL

Christ the King Catholic Church

1625 Arlington Drive

Children’s games and rides, live entertainment, vendors, a raffle, and a silent auction all benefit the church. Admission is free. Tickets sold for games and items to purchase.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18


5-9 p.m.

FAYE WEBB FALL FESTIVAL

Fay Webb Elementary School

6953 Boardwalk Ave.

Food booths, food trucks, rides, games, a cake walk, a hayride, a fire truck, and more. Admission is free. Tickets available for purchase for activities and food. Bracelets available.


5:30-10:30 p.m.

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

St. Patrick Catholic School

3340 S. Alameda ST.

Students and staff host the 57th annual carnival with rides, a dunking booth, a haunted house, hayrides, a cake walk, a silent auction, and live entertainment. Admission is free. Tickets available for purchase for games, rides, food, and more.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25


5:30-10 p.m.

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

St. Pius X Catholic School

737 Saint Pius Drive

Halloween traditions fulfilled with a haunted house, games, a cake walk, inflatables, a silent auction, and live music. Admission is free. Tickets for sale for games, food, drinks, and more.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26


3-5 p.m.

PUMPKIN PARTY

Ben F. McDonald Public Library

4044 Greenwood Drive

Come paint pumpkins as just one of the activities and crafts for the whole family at the library pumpkin party. Free.


3-10 p.m.


HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

Ss. Cyril and Methodius Catholic School

5002 Kostoryz Road

Features an evening of fun for all ages, including a costume contest, moon jumps, bingo, a silent auction, food booths, rides, and games. Free admission. Items available for purchase.


4-9 p.m.


BARK IN THE PARK

Water’s Edge Park

602 S. Shoreline Blvd.

Sponsored each year by Thomas J. Henry law firm, Bark in the Park features a costume contest for dogs and humans. Includes food trucks, vendors, music, children’s activities, and more. All proceeds benefit local animal shelters and rescue operations. Admission is free. Pet costume contest registration is $10 the day of event and $7 in advance.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27


11 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

FALL FESTIVAL

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

710 S. 19th St.

This parish fundraiser features live music, children’s games, a cake walk, a moon jump, a general store, a silent auction, vendors, live music, and door prizes. Admission is free. Items available for purchase.


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31


11 a.m.-4 p.m.

FALL FESTIVAL

St. Peter’s by the Sea United Methodist Church

1541 Waldron Road

The annual pumpkin patch turns into a festival of fall fun with hayrides, games for adults and kids, and food. Free event.

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