We have a spooktacular weekend in store for you! With Halloween just a few days away, there seems to be an endless amount of costume-related events for adults, children and even pets. The highlights include Wag-O-Ween, Trick or Trot 5k/10k, a superhero/super villain pub crawl, and a masquerade ball. Find these in the top 10 calendar below or even more, like over 30 more, in our Halloween slideshow here.

What would a weekend be without a food festival in Savannah? The annual Shalom Y'all Jewish Food Festival is going on Sunday in Forsyth Park and this year marks its 25th anniversary. With Jewish delicacies such as blintzes and stuffed cabbage rolls, the menu includes the ever-popular Jewish delicatessen booth - sandwiches while you wait. So make sure to belly up for a fat cat Sunday and get your fill!

If you feel the need for speed, the Savannah Speed Classic, a unique road race featuring vintage race cars in points series races, hot lap rides, test drives and pit access is going on all weekend long. The event is part of the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival and a precursor to the Concours d'Elegance on Nov. 2-3.

Last, but certainly not least, the ever anticipated Savannah Film Festival is getting underway Saturday with a red carpet premiere and street party on Broughton Street. Get out and rub elbows with the stars and watch movies not yet released in theaters. Some notable names and festival honorees visiting our fair city are Jeremy Irons, Abigail Breslin, Alexander Payne and Natalie Dormer. And who knows, maybe there'll be a surprise Hollywood star that pops up on the streets of Savannah.

Check out more details on these events and more below!

The DoSavannah Team

Catie Mafera is a Digital Journalist for Savannah Morning News and savannahnow.com. Follow her on Twitter @catiemafera or contact her by email at cate.mafera@savannahnow.com.


The full list of events taking place in Savannnah this weekend is almost as long as Abercorn Street itself, so to save you some time, here's your weekly "Top 10 Things to Do" list.

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