October 2016

2016-octFor weekly and monthly events, please visit our Recurring Events listing.


Every Saturday, now through Oct. 31 
Farmer’s Market
Courthouse lawn, Superman Square
Anyone that offers fresh produce, baked goods, jams and jellies, or other handmade items are encouraged to participate. For information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at 618-524-2714.

First Saturday of the Month
Olmsted Farmers Market and Trade Day
8 a.m.-Noon
Front Street, downtown Olmsted
Olmsted Parks Department will sponsor this event on the first Saturday of each month.  There is no cost for vendors to participate.  For more information, call Olmsted City Hall at 618-742-6487.

Friday-Saturday, Sept. 30-Oct. 1
Annual Fluorspar Festival
Rosiclare, Illinois
Events include a carnival, pet parade, bicycle & golf cart contest & parade, car/motorcycle show, photo contest, food and craft vendors, barbecue, open house at the American Fluorite Museum, local musical talent, the Festival parade at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and the finale on Saturday evening featuring a fireworks display at the City Park overlooking the river. For information, visit website.

Saturday, Oct. 1
Steamboat Day
8 a.m.
Main Street, Grand Chain, Illinois
Features include antique tractors and car show, vendors, and yard sales. Breakfast served from 8-10 a.m. at Learning Center, former old Grand Chain School. Corn hole tournament starts at noon. Local bands start at 1:30 p.m, and continue after the parade with other featured musicians. Parade starts at 3 p.m. For information, call Mike Meyer at 618-634-2546.

Saturday, Oct. 1 (cancelled due to budget cuts)
The Sustainable Living Expo
9 a.m. – 4 p.m., tentataive
Dixon Springs Ag Center, 354 State Hwy 145 N, Simpson, Il.
Take a scenic drive to rural Pope County and experience this one-of-a-kind outdoor event focused on sustainability in the broadest sense.  Home energy, local foods, conservation, and survival sessions, demos, exhibits; artisan tent showcasing local creativity; kid’s area with hands-on activities; and more.  Admission is FREE for this value-packed program.  618-252-8391  www.SLExpo.org

Saturday, Oct. 1
Fall Fiber Festival Workshop – E-Commerce & Kid’s Fiber  Fun
9 a.m.
Yeiser Art Center, Market House Square, Paducah
Yeiser Art Center is proud to partner with MAKE to host an engaging array of activities for Paducah’s Fall Fiber Festival. There will be workshops, vendors, a pop-show, artist talk, demos and panel discussion throughout the festival.  Get more info here.

Saturday, Oct. 1  
Blue Grass and Bar B Q Festival
On the grounds of the Saline Creek Pioneer Village and Museum in Harrisburg
Event features live blue grass music from a lineup of several well known blue grass bands. Food is available. Free admission.

Saturday, Oct. 1 
Breaking the Surface
Touch of Nature, near Carbondale
Paddling enthusiasts and new paddlers alike will have the opportunity to paddle Little Grassy Lake for free.  Touch of Nature will provide everything you need to get out on the water including canoes, kayaks, personal flotation devices and paddles.  Participants are encouraged to bring snacks, water bottles, and water shoes or shoes they don’t mind getting wet.  Paddlers may bring their own water craft, but must have a Crab Orchard National Wildlife Refuge sticker or day pass, which will be available for purchase at the event.  618/453-1121 or ton.siu.edu.

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 1-2
Blues Annual Fall Gathering
Sat. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
409 Camore St, Creal Springs, Illinois
Over 75 booths filled with antiques, primitives, handmade items and rusty junk.  Admission $1 or canned good collected by the Southern Illinois Junk Bunch for local food pantries.  Blue’s Junk & Primitives at 618-922-1130.  Facebook Page

Sunday, Oct. 2
Wolf Dean Hollow Hike
Call for location and time
Hike hosted by Shawnee Group’s Sierra Club. This is a moderate hike of 4.4 miles For information or to sign up, call hike leader, Bob Mulcahy, at 618-942-6342.

Sunday, Oct. 2
New Bethel Freewill Homecoming
3 p.m.
7946 New Bethel Church Rd, Brookport, Il.
Guest speaker is Rev. Benny Heady of Macedonia Baptist Church of Brownfield. The public is invited to celebrate its 122 years of service. Elder Ronnie White is the pastor.

Monday, Oct. 3
Caregivers Support
6:30 p.m.
First Christian Church, 2890 Broadway, Paducah
Topic is “Lifelife: Personal Emergency Response System” presented by Tony Bohannon, physical therapist at Baptist Health Rehabilitation. Meeting held in the fellowship hall. The public is welcome to attend. For information, call 270-442-2728 or to go website.

Friday, Oct. 7
Annual Atkinson Scholarship Dinner
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Metropolis Community Center, 900 W. 10th St., Metropolis
Menu includes chicken and dumplings, seasoned green beans, candied yams, cole slaw, bread basket, assorted desserts and choice of coffee, tea or soda. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children under 10. Silent auction will also be available with various items including gift cards from local businesses. Proceeds will benefit the Sabrina Dawn Atkinson Escrow Scholarship Fund to help local high school students to enroll in college level courses while earning their diploma. For information or to purchase tickets, call 618-524-7315 or 618-4340949. Tickets also available at the door.

Friday, Oct. 7
Fridays @ 5
5 p.m. – Sunset
Carson Center, 100 Kentucky Ave., Paducah, Ky.
Last performance of this season. Enjoy the view, have a drink at the cash bar and listen to live music on the Williams Family Terrace overlooking the river before going off to dinner or other Friday night festivity. This is free to the public. There is no cover charge. Outside drinks are not allowed. The terrace will be open until the sun goes down. Anyone under 21 years old must be accompanied by an adult..  Facebook Event.

Friday, Oct. 7
Kick Off Cancer
7 p.m.
MCHS football field, 2841 Old Marion Rd., Metropolis
Event held during the varsity football game against Benton. There will be a bake sale, face painting and more. At half time, there will be a survivor’s walk for cancer survivors and fighters. Walkers are encouraged to wear the color that represents their specific cancer. Proceeds will benefit the Texas Roadhouse “Stomp Toward the Cure” event, which will send donations to local cancer patients and research. For information, call Karly Hankins at 618-309-2380

Saturday, Oct. 8
Myasthenia Gravis Walk
9 a.m. Registration
10 a.m. Walk begins
Washington Park, 3rd and Metropolis St.
The walk is a charity event for the rare disease, Myasthenia Gravis. There will be a 1 mile and 1 ½ mile walk and the final destination of the walk will be at Washington Park. Form a team at Mgwalk.org, location southern Illinois, or join Paula McGinnis’ team “Rocknmc” at Mgwalk link: http://join.mgwalk.org/paulaburnettmcginnis.  The event is free, but donations for the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America are accepted.

Saturday, Oct. 8
Southside Men’s Get Together/Lunch
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Calvary Baptist Church, Clements and Powell Sts., Paducah
Lunch will be served at noon. For more information call 270-898-2489 or email: willoughbyte@gmail.com.

Saturday, Oct. 8
Joppa Civic Fall Festival
11 a.m.
Riverband, Park and High School, Joppa, Il.
Festival starts with the parade at 11 a.m. It begins at the riverbank and ends at the high school. Following the parade, the park will be the place to be. Food will be available along with a petting zoo, face painting, and lots of games and entertainment. For information, call 618-543-6365.

Saturday, Oct. 8   
Living History Day
2 p.m.
At the 1848 Thebes Courthouse, Thebes, Illinois
Thebes Historical Society members will join with Egyptian High School students to present a mid-1800 court case reenactment. www.thebescourthouse.com

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 8-9  
Union County Colorfest Celebration
Union County, Illinois
Celebrate the fall season throughout Union Co,  P.A.S.T. Historic Walking Tour, Free tour of Historic St. Anne’s Church at 507 S. Main St. 10-1 on Sat. See play and musical review  Call 618-833-8745 or www.pastonline.org   Participate in the biathlon race, tour the Shawnee Hills wine trail, & Orchards.  Kid Fest at Anna city park 9 to 5 on Sat. The Annual Wiener Dog Derby. The doggie fashion will begin at 1:00 pm with the race beginning at 2:00 pm.  Activities in Cobden,  food and music, and the South End Stump Jumper annual variety show Sat. at 7 pm at AJ high school.  800-248-4373 www.colorfestil.org

Saturday, October 8
Hunter’s Moon Festival
Downtown Grand Rivers and Little Lake Park
This Famous Festival feature a taste of the lakes food vending area, craft and flea market vendors, Little Mr. and Miss Pageant, children’s Halloween costume parade and awards, children’s games and activities, live music and dance in Little Lake Park, and the big parade. Each year, the big parade is Santa’s first visit to Western Kentucky.  For details, see schedule on website. (check site for schedule updates)

Saturday, Oct. 8  
Bass Tournament
Chamber of Commerce – Golconda Marina 618-683-9006

Saturday, October 8
The Law and Judge Lynch Book Discussion
2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Metropolis Public Library, 317 Metropolis Street
A new book has been published that takes a historic look at murder in Johnson County during the period of 1812 to 2012, the first 200 years since the county was formed in Illinois Territory. The Law and Judge Lynch- 200 Years of Murder in Johnson County, Illinois, is being published by Ed and Diane Annable of Cypress. These authors spent over three and one half years researching court records and early news accounts to produce this 327 page comprehensive account of historic murders in Johnson County.  The event is free. For information call Sandra Davis at the Library, 618-524-4312.

Saturdays, Oct. 8, Oct. 15 and Oct. 22
Downtown Walking Ghost Tours
7 p.m., 8 p.m., and 9 p.m.
Market House Theater, 141 Kentucky Ave., Paducah, Ky.
Walk the streets of Downtown Paducah led by a Ghostly Guide as you walk to the actual sites filled with history, legend and lore and hear about the side of Paducah history filled with murder and the terrors of the nights. Tickets $15 for adults and $5 children, ages 12 and under.  Not recommended for children under 5 years old. For details, visit website or call 270-444-6828.

Sunday, October 9
Golconda Fall Festival
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Pope County Courthouse lawn, Golconda, Illinois
Arts and crafts, antiques, collectibles, action exhibits, furniture and game booths fill the courthouse lawn.  Festival is held every year on the 2nd Sunday in October. For more information, call 618-683-5831 or 618-683-4317.  Website

Tuesday, Oct. 11
Brookport Senior Citizens & Next Generation
9:30 a.m.
First Baptist Church, 700 Pell Rd., Brookport, Il.
Bunco is on the schedule with a potluck to follow. Everyone is welcome.

Wednesday, Oct. 12
Rules of the Road Review Course
1:30 p.m.
Happy Hearts Senior Center, 701 Market St., Metropolis
The course will help applicants pass the Illinois Driver’s License renewal exam. It explains the current rules of the road, and the vision and driving ability exam and prepares applicants for the written and road sign exams. Course is free to anyone, any age. For information, call 618-524-9755.

Thursday, Oct. 13
Brookport Betterment Committee
4 p.m.
Brookport Library, 7415 S US Hwy 45, Brookport, Il.
Fall decorations and other meetings will be discussed. Meetings are open to interested people with thoughts and ideas to enhance the quality of living in Brookport.

Friday, Oct. 14
Boo Bingo
4 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Metropolis Public Library, 317 Metropolis St.
Stop by the library for some free and fun family time. We will be playing a few games of Boo BINGO and will award some fun & silly prizes. This program is intended for the whole family. Please call or stop by the library to register by Friday, Oct. 7th to make sure they have enough game cards for everyone. For information, call the library and ask for Ms. Angie or Ms. Amanda, 618-524-4312 ext. 3

Friday, Oct. 14
Calling All Owls
7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Cache River Wetlands Center, 8885 IL-37, Cypress, Il.
Who gives a hoot? You definitely should, because Illinois owls serve a very important purpose. Swoop on in to learn all about owls, and then head out into the cool dark night to listen for their eerie calls. After the indoor program, there will be a guided owl prowl at Heron Pond Nature Preserve. For information call 618-657-2064.

Saturday, Oct. 15  
Big Muddy Brewfest
1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Riverside Park, Murphysboro

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 15-16 
Annual Fort Massac Encampment
Sat. 10 a.m.- 6:30 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Fort Massac State Park,
Military and civilian craft activities and demonstrations both days. Living historians present displays, food, music and interpretive programs from the 18th and early 19th centuries.  Traders, children’s games, mock battle, music, food court and more.  Fireworks at 6:15 p.m. on Friday evening. For daily schedule, see Event Post. For more information, call Metropolis Tourism at 618-524-5025.

Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 15-16   
Vulture Fest
Sat. 11 a.m – 7 p.m.
Sun. 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Downtown Makanda, Illinois
Black vultures and turkey vultures fly and swoop in the skies each fall. This event is a celebration or the vulture’s annual migration with live music and displays by local artists for purchase.  Website

Saturday, Oct. 15
Annual Paducah Zombie Walk
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Fat Moe’s, 902 Broadway St., Paducah, Ky.
Dress yourself up as a Zombie, throw some makeup and blood on yourself and join the rest of the dead at the Zombie walk. Participants are asked to bring non-perishable foods or money donations will help keep the Zombie Walk coming back every year. All ages are invited attend and participate. Walk starts at Fat Moe’s and ends at Maiden Alley. For information, call 270-331-1574.  Facebook Event

Sunday, Oct. 16    
Rods & Squads Car Show
Golconda, Illinois
The show brings a mixture of classic cars and vintage to state-of-the-art law enforcement vehicles. Free event. For information, call 618-683-5171.

Sunday, Oct. 16
Shawnee Chapter of the Illinois Audubon Field Trip
Fort Massac Bike Trail Eastern Section
8 a.m.
Meet in the Ft. Massac parking lot by the visitor’s center at 8 a.m. From there the group will car pool to the parking lot on Belgrade road and walk the paved bike trail towards Brookport where a vehicle will take everyone back. Fall foliage should be starting as well as viewing birds, butterflies and flowers. Bring binoculars. Trip will conclude by noon. Contact Douglas at 618-564-2079 for information.

Tuesday, Oct. 18
Veteran Job Services
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Metropolis Public Library, 317 Metropolis St.
Tim Scarbrough from the Illinois Department of Employment Security will be at the library to help veterans with Illinois Job Link registration, resume building and assessment, interviewing advice and job search tips. Veterans should bring their current resume and their DD214. Please make sure your Illinoisjoblink.com registration and resume are current and active. The rep will be at the Library again on  Nov. 29 and Dec. 20.  Please call Mr. Scarbrough for an appointment to meet with with him at the library during these dates and times, 618-241-6733.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Kiwanis Peanut Days Roadblock
8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
12th & North Ave. and 12th & Metropolis streets, Metropolis
Members of the Kiwanis and MCHS Key Club will be distributing peanuts and soliciting donations. Money raised will be used to help fund academic scholarships for Massac County students and other local projects. Visit Kiwanis Website.

Saturday, Oct. 22   
Kincaid Mounds Archaeology Field Day
10 a.m. to 3 p.m
Kincaid Mounds, Massac County, Illinois
Formal presentations on the Mississippian Culture and results of excavations by SIU-Summer Field Schools will begin at 10:00 a.m., at 12:00 noon, and at 2:00 p.m.   There will be artifact displays, information tables, and a walking tour to Mound 8.  Program is free and restroom facility available, but no refreshment sold. Kincaid Mounds is located 10 miles east of Brookport, Illinois.  From the northern edge of Brookport on Route 45, turn east on Unionville Road, go 6.26 miles to New Cut Road, then turn south and travel 3.6 miles to the Kincaid Mounds Road.  www.kincaidmounds.com

Saturday, Oct. 22
1st Annual Mud Bog and Car Show
1 p.m. Car show
7 p.m.  Race time
There will be vendors, beer garden and raffle, and also a kids foot race.  There will be cash prizes. Quad  and Side-by-Side registration is from 5-7 p.m. General admission is $5 per person, 10 and under are free. Pit pass is $10.  For registration fees and prices, see Facebook page. For information, contact Nick at 618-686-6023 or Dustin at 618-306-2552. Hosted by the Brookport Police Department.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Shawnee Marathon
An officially sanctioned Boston Marathon qualifying event featuring a full marathon, half marathon and a half marathon relay. Starting point is Southeastern Illinois College. 2015 event had participants from 15 different states.

Saturday, October 22
Annual Tour De Shawnee Bike Tour
Horseshoe Lake Community Center, State Highway 3, Olive Branch, Il.
Friday: 5:30-7 p.m. Tail Gate Party
Saturday: 8 a.m. Bike Tour
The Tour de Shawnee bike ride offers 15, 30, 65 and 100 mile distances, routes for all ages and levels of experience. SAG and rest stops provided. Helmets are required for all participants including children in bike seats and buggies. Entry fee is $40 and includes event bag and chance for attendance prizes. Children under 14 are free with an adult registered rider.  For details, 618-776-5893.  Website

Saturday, Oct. 22  
Pulaski Pecan Bonanza
Pulaski fairgrounds. 618-342-6700

Saturday, Oct. 22
Octoberfest Dinner
4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
First Christian Church, 420 Catherine St., Metropolis
Menu will include Brats or Wiener Schnitzel, Sauerkraut, German Potato Salad, Green Beans, 7-Layer Salad, Pickled Beets and Dill Pickles, Homemade White or Rye Bread, and for dessert, Black Forest Cake or Bread Pudding. Tea and Coffee will be available for dine-in orders only. Carryout orders will be available. Free will donations will be accepted. All proceeds will help recover the cost to replace the church boiler. For information, call the church at  618-524-7118.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Mud Bog and Car Show
5-7 p.m. – Registration
7 p.m. – Race time
Brookport City Park
Quad and Side by Side Registration competition will be held and prizes will be awarded. Admission is $10 per person, children under 10 are free. Kids foot race, raffle, vendors and beer garden will also be a part of this event sponsored by Brookport City Police.  For more information contact Nick at 618-638-6023.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Fountain Avenue Fall Festival
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Lang Park, 350 Fountain Ave., Paducah, Ky.
The family-oriented festival includes free food and many fun activities. Along with roasting hot dogs and s’mores, families can enjoy games, hay rides. A movie will be shown at dusk. Costume contest is at 5 p.m. For information, call 270-444-8690.

Monday-Friday, October 24-28  
Red Ribbon Week: YOLO Be Drug Free
You Only Live Once. Massac County Drug Awareness Coalition will sponsor this special week of awareness to help us to understand and eliminate drug use in our community. For information, contact Natalie Quint at 618-524-9368, ext. 212.  Some of the events planned for local schools include the distribution of pencils, handouts, buttons, and red ribbons to pin on backpacks. Facebook Page

Thursday, Oct. 27
Guided Van Tour

Cache River Watershed, Tunnel Hill State Trail office in Vienna, IL,
Four trips scheduled throughout the day. Learn more about the wildlife, fall flowers and foliage, history and hydrology of the Cache River Watershed on this guided van tour for senior citizens and persons with physical limitations. The tour will explore a section of the Tunnel Hill State Trail between Vienna and Tunnel Hill. Advance reservation required. 618-657-2064.

Thursday, Oct. 27
Bell Witch Discussion
7 p.m.
McCracken County Library, 555 Washington St., Paducah, Ky.
A discussion will be presented by Pat Fitzhugh, author of The Bell Witch: The Full Account – a detailed historical and journalistic analysis of America’s most terrifying and documented haunting. Pat Fitzhugh has signed books and presented lectures at bookstores, conferences, theaters, and universities across the United States, entertaining and enlightening tens of thousands of people. He has over 300 radio and TV appearances to his credit, including interviews by CNN, the Associated Press, the BBC, and the History, Discovery, and Travel channels. In 2006, he appeared in the motion picture DVD, An American Haunting, starring Sissy Spacek and Donald Sutherland. The author will be available for book signing after the free program. For more information, contact Bobbie Wrinkle, 270-442-2510 ext. 117.

Friday, Oct. 28
Haunted Trails
Dusk – 9 p.m.
Shawnee Community College Main Campus in Ullin
Those who dare will be escorted throughout the wooded area where creepy, lingering creatures will be hiding in the darkness. Tickets are $3 each, with children under six years old free. The Haunted Trails will be dialed down for younger thrill seekers. For more information, contact Ed Billingsley at 618-634- 3264.

Friday-Saturday, Oct. 28-29
Haunted Forest and Spooky Hayride
6 p.m.
Main Brothers Campground, 186 Campground Rd., Karnak
Come and bring the whole family for a night of fun. There is a $3 charge for one time through or $5 charge to go through 2 times. There will also be a bonfire. Hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks and cotton candy available for purchase. For information, call 618-634-9311.

Friday, Oct. 28   
6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Starview Vineyards, 5100 Wing Hill Rd, Cobden
$5 admission includes wine tasting, food & live music. There will be a costume contest for individual, couple & group costumes with prizes awarded. www.starviewvineyards.com

Friday, Oct. 28
Metropolis Super Zombie Walk
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
8th and Market Streets
Event will feature costume contest, street dancing, bobbing for apples, hot chocolate and hot cider. Facebook Page

Friday Oct. 28
Halloween in the Meadows
7-8 p.m.
Misty Meadows Senior Living, 2550 Devers Road, Metropolis
Bring the kids dressed in costume for a fun time hosted by the residents and staff of Misty Meadows Senior Living. Refreshments and door prizes will be offered.

Saturday, Oct. 29
Annual COPE Food Drive
8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Big John, 1200 E. 5th St., Metropolis
Save-A-Lot, 701 Pearl St., Metropolis
Massac County Farm Bureau Young Farmer’s Committee is asking the community for non-perishable food items. Food donations are also accepted at the Bureau office, 1436 W. 10th St. For information, call Tammie Obermark at 618-524-5811. Drive is held on the last Saturday in October each year.

Saturday, Oct. 29
15th Annual Diabetes Expo
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Presentations begin at 9 a.m.
Baptist Health Paducah
Free health screenings will include blood pressure, hemoglobin A1C, blood sugar, foot screenings and Vision Van provided by Aetna, Inc. The featured speakers will be Zonya Foco, RD, author of “DIET FREE: Eight habits that can change your life.” She will speak on the diet-free secret to managing diabetes and provide a cooking demo. Health screenings, food samplings and exhibits will be available 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. and also at 10:30 a.m. to noon. There will be a free gift for the first 100 attendees (1 per household). For more information, contact DeAnna Leonard, RN, BSN, Licensed Diabetes Educator, at the Purchase District Health Department at 270.444.9625, ext. 107.

Saturday, Oct. 29
Family Fall Festival and Shredding Event
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Shawnee Community College, 8364 Shawnee College Rd. Ullin
Free hot dogs, popcorn, drinks, caramel apples, games, bouncy house, inflatables, and tons of candy. Little ones are encouraged to wear costumes. Bring your unwanted personal documents to the on-site shredder before 12:30 p.m. Southern Seven Health will be administrating flu shots (fees vary). For information, call 618-634-3266. Facebook

Saturday, Oct. 29
Halloween Family Fun Party

5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Metropolis Public Library, 317 Metropolis St.
Come by the library for a fun, kid-friendly Halloween Party. There will be a costume contest for youngsters and parents, spooky games and ghoulish snacks. This program is intended for the whole family. Please call or come by the library to register by Monday, Oct. 24 to make sure there are enough supplies for everyone. For information, call the library and ask for Ms. Angie, 618-524-4312 ext. 3

Sunday, Oct. 30
Kids Kingdom: Pumpkin Carving
4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.
First Christian Church, 420 Catherine St., Metropolis
Kids Kingdom is an opportunity for children ages Pre-K to 4th grade to learn more about the Bible, in a fun innovative way. Be sure not not to wear your good clothes since it will be messy. Chili and hot dogs will be served. All are welcome, adults and kids. Bring a sibling or friend. Meeting is held in Fellowship Hall in the basement. Free.

Monday, Oct. 31
Trick or Treat Hours
5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Metropolis, Brookport, Joppa
5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Paducah, Ky.
Drivers need to be especially careful as they travel during these hours. Residents are asked to have their porch lights on if they are distributing treats to costumed youngsters

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