Current Events Oct. 29–Nov. 4

Kids, look for these signs!
Kids, look for these signs!

Trick or treat this week!

Last chance this week to eat at Howard's Pub; other restaurant closures coming up after Veterans Day. 

Monday, October 29th:

Oh, the lovely quiet of fall....

Tuesday, October 30th: 

Another beautiful fall day on the sandbar....

Wednesday, October 31st: 

Happy Halloween! It's Trick or Treat night! Last year, Angie Todd (of Angie's Gym) started a campaign to get the trick-or-treaters to branch out from the Lighthouse Road loop into the rest of the village. Angie lives on Sand Dollar Road, and she and neighbor Jason Wells lured kids to their 'hood with good candy and a haunted yard. Angie also purchased "Candy Here" signs so that kids would know at a glance where the treats are. 

"I want the kids to Trick or Treat the whole island," she said. "Last year was a smashing success. I know the kids went places last year they had not gone to before. Hopefully, as it becomes more and more common to trick or treat the whole island, they'll go everywhere."

Spread out! Share the love! Go all over! And please stop by the library between 3-8 for candy and library prizes!

Current Events Oct. 29–Nov. 4

Thursday, November 1st:

6:30pm: Meet & Greet with candidate D. Cole Phelps @ the Castle on Silver Lake. Cole is seeking the NC Senate seat for District 1 (which includes Hyde County and Ocracoke.) All are welcome to come out and meet him. Snacks will be provided; BYOB. 

Friday, November 2nd:

Note: This week's concert @ Coyote Den is cancelled because Coyote is on the road!

Saturday, November 3rd:

6:30pm: Live Music! Martin & Friends @ Oyster Co

Sunday, November 4th:

2am: Set your clocks back an hour! Daylight Saving Time ends. Savor that extra hour of sleep. 

Services @ both churches: Ocracoke United Methodist (Sunday School 10am; service at 11am) and Ocracoke Assembly of God (Sunday School 10am, services at 11am and 6pm; also Wednesday night service at 7pm).

Looking ahead....

Check out the Ocracoke Current calendar for more events and information! We post daily updates on Facebook, too! 

Beginning this week, we'll post our Who's Open page to keep you up to date on where to sleep, eat, shop, and play during the fall and winter. 

Send info about any events we may have missed to

This story will be updated as needed with more information, so check back!


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