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It's fall, time to experience Liberty
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The 14th annual Blues, Brews and BBQ is 1-11:30 p.m. Saturday in a parking lot in downtown Hinesville and offers some of best barbecue around. - photo by Photo provided.

Celebrate the changing of the seasons and that the hotter months are behind us. This time of year isn’t just about Halloween or preparing for Christmas, it’s about all things fall! Grab a flannel and your friends and head out to one of these events in Liberty County this season!

Blues, Brews and BBQ

Sept. 23

1-11:30 p.m.

The 14th annual Blues, Brews & BBQ is a community event dedicated to "pigging" out. What could be better? Located in downtown Hinesville, this annual family event features blues musicians and performers from our communities as well as all across the Low Country, plus some of the best BBQ you’ll ever taste! A full meal will be available with numerous booths selling BBQ, sides and desserts. Think you make the best BBQ around? Then, join the competition!

A friendly rivalry between restaurants, backyard chefs and area businesses will keep your taste buds watering all night long and you can wash it down with a bottomless cup of beer. Sidewalk chalk and other fun little games for kids will be available. Stay tuned to check out our entertainment lineup! Save the date and join us for all the food and fun this fall!

Pumpkin Patch

Oct. 7

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Come by Bryant Commons and check out the pumpkin patch! Just in time for fall this event is sure to have everything for harvest themed family fun. In addition to finding a pumpkin perfect for your porch, hop on a hayride around the park and visit the ITPA museum. Children’s activities, crafts and food vendors will all be available in addition!

Scarecrow Stroll

and Beggar’s Night

Oct. 27, 2017

5-7 p.m.

Dress the kids up in their Halloween costumes and head out to Scarecrow Stroll and Beggars Night! Tricks and treats start at 5 p.m. Kids can visit the beggar candy stations, activity stations, go on a hay ride or take a haunted tour through the Historic Liberty County Jail. Downtown restaurants will be available for a late supper, too. There will be a costume contest and a Thriller Performance during the night. Bring the family and enjoy a night of treats, tricks and spooky Halloween fun!

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