Halloween is just around the corner and by the looks of it, some much cooler weather.
One of the fun things to do around this time of year is to go around and take a look at all the different decorating ideas and themes in people’s yards.
Some are more in the festive theme and others are more about the scare factor.
Which is your favorite?
If you are looking for some ideas for events going on this weekend in San Antonio, here are just a few:
San Antonio Breast Cancer Awareness Month will continue throughout the end of the month of October and there will be plenty of events to help in the fight against breast cancer.
There are several Halloween Themed Runs going on this weekend throughout the San Antonio area.
San Antonio Beer Festival will be going on this Saturday at HemisFair Park for those who enjoy their beer.
If you’re in the mood for a good scare, check out the San Antonio Haunted Houses this weekend.
Halloween Themed Runs 2012
There will be plenty of Halloween Themed Runs going on this entire weekend. Costumes are welcomed and encouraged at each of these events!
For more information on the Dia de Los Muertos Night Run please visit the Dia de Los Muertos Night Run website.
For more information on the Pumpkin Run please visit the Pumpkin Run website.
For more information on the Halloween Hustle 5K/10K and Kids Fun Run please visit the Halloween Hustle 5K/10K and Kids Fun Run website.
For more information on the Hallo-Wiener 5K & Kids Monster Mile please visit the Hallo-Wiener 5K & Kids Monster Mile website.
For more information on the Eastside Cemeteries Guided Tour please visit the Eastside Cemeteries Guided Tour website.
San Antonio Beer Festival 2012
The San Antonio Beer Festival will be at HemisFair park, this Saturday, October 27th from 1-6 pm. This event allows you to sample over 150 craft and premium beers, enjoy some fresh food, and listen to some great live music .
For more information please visit the San Antonio Beer Festival website.
San Antonio Haunted Houses 2012
San Antonio is considered one of the most haunted cities in Texas and there are no shortages of haunted houses and places to visit. With Halloween fast approaching, many of you may plan to visit one or all of San Antonio’s Haunted Houses.
For more information please visit the San Antonio Haunted Houses 2012 post.
What do you think?
Are there any other events you know happening this weekend? Please let me know what they are in the comments.
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