Brazos County Realty is here to take care of your housing needs in the Bryan College Station Real Estate Market we keep you informed of upcoming events in the Brazos Valley. October is a busy time in the Brazos Valley. We have compiled a list of a Community Events for October. Visit our website for College Station homes for sale as well as College Station Real Estate rentals. View the Active properties currently for sale in the Bryan College Station, TX area.
Month-Long October Attractions:
Due to recent rains, some events have been cancelled or rescheduled, please check individual websites.
1. Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion
Now through January 6, 2019
Bush library and Museum
2. Queen Theatre October Movie Schedule
3.Texas Renaissance Festival
Saturdays and Sundays and Thanksgiving Friday
· September 29th – November 25th
· 9 am – 8 pm
· 21778 FM 1774; Todd Mission, TX
4. Pumpkin Patch
Lake Walk 4107 Lake Atlas Dr.
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5. Aggie Habitat’s Annual Pumpkin Patch
Covenant Presbyterian Church
220 Rock Prairie Rd
6. 4th Annual Fightin’ Texas Aggie Corn Maze:
Weekends in October
The Texas A&M Agronomy Society is back this year with its highly popular corn maze.
Ages 3+: $7/person
Children under three: free
Group rate (15+) people: $5/person
We accept cash and cards
Other Events by date:
October 20-21, 27-28, 31 & Nov 3
Fright Nights Haunted House– Downtown Bryan
Palace Theater 105 S Main
Thursday, October 25th
American Pavilion at Veterans Park & Athletic Complex (3101 Harvey Rd.)
Older adults are invited to enjoy free food, lively music, a cakewalk, door prizes and much more! No registration is required. Ages 55+
Monster’s Bash & Haunted House
Lincoln Recreation Center
Halloween costumes are encouraged! Free activities include a haunted house, carnival games, joy jumps and more.
400 Holleman Dr E
October 26 & 27
Spooky Cellar Tours – Messina Hof
$25/person (+tax & gratuity)
$69.95 (plus tax & Gratuity) includes general admission, 3 course meal & wine
TAMU Chemisty Building at Ross & Spence
Brazos County Expo
The festival is FREE to attend and will include culture displays, demonstrations, performances on 2 stages, international cuisine, arts and crafts, inflatables, storytelling and a NEW International Candy Shop. The festival is outside under the pavilion, so come out rain or shine! Connecting Cultures. Honoring Heritages.
Night at the Museum Halloween Event
3:00 – 6:00 pm
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Christ United Methodist Church
Come out to Christ UMC on Sunday, October 28th,
Annual Fall Festival from 5-7:30pm on the Youth Lawn.
Brazos Valley Bombers’ BooFest
Travis Field in Bryan
Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek
Wolf Pen Creek Park, located at 1015 Colgate Drive.