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**Petoberfest!! Pick your price adult pets at ACCT Philly through October 22nd! Half price puppies and kittens. 111 W Hunting Park Ave**

Plus! It’s HalloWeekends at Ben FM! Listen ALL weekend long for your chance to win a four pack of tickets to 13 Haunts- the area’s top rated haunted attractions in PA, New Jersey and Delaware!

Friday (10/20)

The Philadelphia Film Festival kicked off Thursday night and runs through October 27th featuring over 100 documentaries, features and shorts, including the highly anticipated I, Tonya. Check out all of the info at

76ers Home Opener! VS Celtics at Wells Fargo Center 7pm

Midnight Madness: The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Ritz Movie Theatre. Midnight-2am.

For more info and tickets:

Soul Crawl: Haunted Halloween History Tours at Laurel Hill Cemetery (10/20-10/21). 2 hours guided tours  through the dimly lit winding paths of the historic cemetery. Followed by seasonal refreshments and cocktails by the fire. 7pm sharp. Those interested are advised to wear comfortable walking shoes, and to bring a flashlight. General admission: $25

Friday and Saturday: Harry Potter Festival and Quidditch Tournament 2017 at Chestnut Hill. Two days full of Harry Potter themed events including a costume contest, Firebolt 5k run, Nimbus Walk, family movie night and pizza party at 5-7 pm  $10, and so much more. For full list of Harry Potter events and activities at the festival:

Nikki Glaser will be performing several showtimes on Friday and Saturday at Punchline Philly.

ALL WEEKEND: The Philly POPS: A Star Wars Celebration at Verizon Hall, 300 S. Broad Street $55 and up.

40th CLASS REUNION – Class of Central Bucks West of 1977 two day – 40th reunion at New Britain Inn (376 W Butler Ave, New Britain, PA 18901) and Saturday, 10/21/17 at Doylestown Country Club (20 Country Ln, Doylestown, PA 18901)

Movies at the Delsea Drive In! Friday and Saturday on Screen One: Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween 7:00pm; American Made 8:45. Friday and Saturday on Screen Two (Family Friendly Movies) Monster House 7:00pm; The Addams Family 8:35pm.

Concerts: Ben Folds at The Fillmore

Saturday (10/21)

Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Wilmington, DE. Take the 3.1 mile trek for a great cause. Registration 8:00am; ceremony at 9:00am; walk starts at 9:30am. Riverfront Wilmington 0 Shipyard Drive. To register:

Flyers Vs. Oilers 1pm at Wells Fargo Center

Pour the Core: A Hard Cider Festival. Come sample more than 100 locally and internationally sourced ciders at the Navy Yard! (4747 South Broad Street)

Puptoberfest 12-6pm at Bernie’s Restaurant & Bar Glenside. Local vendors, raffles, silent auctions, adoptable puppies in Halloween costumes, plus sangria special in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and more!

The Philadelphia Monster Ball at Trocadero 21+ Fans of the zombie prom will love this monster themed party hosted by DJ Robert Drake. Costume contest: come as ANY monster you want! (yes, you can come as a zombie!) More info and tickets:

St. Benjamin Brewing Company Halloween Benefit Block Party. 12pm-6pm at 1710 N. 5th St ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE VICTIMS OF HURRICANE MARIA IN PUERTO RICO! Fall beers, street vendors, street vendors, food trucks, face painting, pumpkin carving and more! Family and dog friendly. All ages and free to attend! More info:

Harvest Festival at Reading Terminal Market! Don’t feel like leaving the city for fall festivities? Reading Terminal Market is having it’s own Fall themed festival with a pumpkin patch, live music, face painting, and even a hayride. Of course, there will also be seasonal treats like locally grown apples. The fun starts at 10am and it’s pay as you go. (51 N. 12th St)

Sunday (10/22)

Totally 80s Karaoke Party at Punchline Philly! Travel back to the 80s with all your favorite hits at the Callback Bar at Punch Line Philly. $7 cover at the door 21+ Party starts at 7pm!

Easton Food Truck Festival- Easton’s 2nd Annual food truck festival hosted by The Greater Lehigh Valley Mobile Food Alliance. Free admission, live music, craft beer, and plenty of food! 12-6pm

Bainbridge Green Brunch Fest at Bainbridge Green (3rd to 5th Streets). 10am-1pm, $25 and up.

Adult Science Fair at PHS Pop Up Garden at UCitySquare-  2-5pm. A competition of 20 innovative ideas presented in multiple ways such as art work and prototypes. This year’s theme is urban sustainability. Come see what concept wins the $1,000 prize! Entry: FREE

Last day for The Sleeping Beauty at the Academy of Music through October 22. (240 S Broad St) $35

Septa’s new boulevard “direct bus” debuts today! The bus’s route is essentially the same as the 14, leaving from Frankford Transportation Center to Neshaminy Mall, but has just eight stops.

Philly Loves Beer- “Over The Hop: Ladies Arm Wrestling.” 5-10pm at Liberty Vintage Motorcycles2212 Sepviva St in Philadelphia. Cheer on your favorite servers as they go head to head in the ring for some arm wrestling! $10 entry – $20 seated ringside

8th Annual Sproutfest at Upper Merion Township Building, King of Prussia. Sproutfest is an annual adoption event created and run by Finding Shelter Animal Rescue, a no-kill shelter dedicated to saving lives. Come out from 11am-3pm to save a life and support an amazing cause. More info:


Terror Behind the Walls (9/22-11/11) Select nights. Eastern State Penitentiary.

Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Competition and Display.

Pumpkinland at Linvilla Orchards (Through 11/5) For more information:

Hellerick’s Family Farm Fall Harvest Festival

Milky Way Farm Pumpkin Harvest

Scarecrow Walk and Design Contest at Morris Arboretum (10/3-10/25) 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 100 E. Northwestern Ave., Philadelphia. Visit or call (215) 247-5777.

Fall Foliage Trains on New Hope & Ivyland Railroad Weekends, (Oct. 3-Nov. 1)

Tickets required. Departs from New Hope Station or Warminster Station. 32 W. Bridge St., New Hope. Visit or call (215) 862-2332.

Pumpkin Playground for kids at Longwood Gardens (now through 10/31) Visit the children’s corner at Longwood Garden gardens for some festive fall fun for you and the kiddies! For more info and to purchase tickets:

Spooky Mini Golf at Franklin Square (200 N. Sixth St) combines the fun of mini golf with Halloween, with fog lights and themed music. There is also a free pumpkin patch for kids 10 and under; plus the Lightening Bolt Express. $9 (through October 30, 6pm)