BROWN COUNTY (WCWF) --
1. Sister Bay Fall Fest 2019
Enjoy the beautiful changing of leaves in Door County this weekend during Sister Bay's 74th annual Fall Fest! There will be family fun, kids games, live music, local food and an arts and crafts fair! The event also includes a car show, fish boil and parade. Fall Fest takes place from Friday, October 18th-Sunday, October 20th. For more information, head to Sister Bay's website.
2. 12th Annual Zombie Fest Pub Crawl
This Saturday, October 19th, put on your zombie-best and head to downtown Appleton for the 12th Annual Zombie Fest Pub Crawl! Join one of the stops beginning at 7 p.m. through midnight. For the list of crawl locations and further details, click here.
3. Happily Haunted Gardens
Head to Bookworm Gardens in Sheboygan this weekend for Happily Haunted Gardens. Enjoy twinkly lights, live book characters, entertainment and trick-or-treat stations! Costumes are encouraged, and concessions will be available for purchase.
To ease traffic flow, attendees are encouraged to leave strollers and wagons at home. If you can't attend this weekend, no worries- the event continues Thursday-Saturday the following weekend. For tickets and information, head to the Book Worm Garden's event page.
4. Harvest Hill Festival
Harvest Hill Fall Festival continues this weekend in Seymour. From pumpkins, a corn maze and petting zoo- there's plenty of fall fun to be had! There's even fun activities like pumpkin bowling, tic-taco-toe, connect four, cornhole and more! Admission is free. For more information, click here.
5. Ben Folds at the Meyer
Ben Folds, the talented genre-bending musician, is coming to Green Bay! Noted as a major music influencer, he's known for his work in the Ben Folds Five, as well his music combining piano and orchestra. A personal favorite of mine is You Don't Know Me, featuring Regina Spektor. To get a preview of his talent, click here to watch his NPR Tiny Desk Concert.
Folds is set to take the stage at the Meyer this Saturday, October 19th at 8 p.m. For tickets and details, head to the Meyer Theatre website.