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Branson Events: October 2013

RD-CalendarTake advantage of these Branson events scheduled for October 2013:

October 1-6: National Harvest Festival at Silver Dollar City
All-new shows, craftsmen, western musicians and delicious food make this Silver Dollar City festival one not too miss.

October 4-5: Clint Black
Clint Black will perform for two nights only at the Moon River Theatre.

October 5: Diamond Rio
Diamond Rio are set to perform at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre at 8pm.

October 5: Run for Hope 5K and Fun Walk
The 1st Annual Run for Hope is held at the Branson Landing. Pre-registration: $10 for ages 12 and under $20 for ages 13 and older.

October 8: Big Cedar Wine Club
The Worman House at Big Cedar will be hosting its monthly wine club, open to guests and the general public, at 5:30pm. Listen to guest speakers talk about wines from around the world. To sign up call 800-225-6343.

October 11: Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers is set to perform at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre at 8pm.

October 12: Hollister Annual Grape and Fall Festival
Come to downtown Hollister to watch as teams compete against each other to stomp the most grapes. There will be live entertainment, Ozark crafts, food, and a children’s activity tent. For more information call the Hollister Area Chamber of Commerce at 417-334-3050.

October 12: Bill Cosby in Concert
See Bill Cosby at The Mansion Theatre Saturday, October 12 at 8pm.

October 18-19: Branson Collector Car Auction
The Convention Center at Branson Landing will host The Branson Auction. General admission is $10 or $15 for a two-day pass. Auction begins Friday at noon and Saturday at 10am. Check their website for a complete list of cars.

October 25: Charley Pride
Charley Pride will perform for one night only at the RFD-TV Theater at 8pm.

October 25: Jim Belushi and the Chicago Board of Comedy
Jim Belushi and The Chicago Board of Comedy is set to perform at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre at 8pm.

October 31: Safe Street Trick or Treating at Branson Landing
This is a great trick or treat alternative for children up to age 12. Visit participating merchants at the Branson Landing for treats and visit the Witch in Town Square for even more goodies.


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