Top five things to do in Birmingham this weekend

By: Taylor Pigman

1. Happy Feet Fridays at Railroad Park
This is the last exercise class offered at Railroad Park for the season. Kick off your weekend by heading out to the park for a 60-minute walk/run workout class. The best part? It’s free! Classes begin at 6 p.m. in Railroad Park. For more information visit http://www.railroadpark.org/events-get-healthy.html.
*Last class Friday, Oct. 31

2. Warehouse 31 Haunted House Presented by Schaeffer Eye Center
The monsters of Warehouse 31 are back for chills and thrills this Halloween. Located in the former Marvin’s Home Improvement Warehouse in Pelham, visitors can expect frighteningly good times. The event is recommended for ages 12 and up. Tickets can be purchased at www.Warehouse31.com.
Ticket Prices:
$20 for Rigamortis Trail Friday and Saturdays
Combo rate: $25 for Rigamortis Trail and 3D Experience Friday and Saturday
$17 for Rigamortis Trail Sunday and Weeknights
Combo rate: $20 for Rigamortis Trail and 3D Experience Sunday and Weeknights

3. Boo Halloween Party
Live music, dee-jays, karaoke, photo booths and a chance to win a $1,000 cash prize for best costume, the 19th annual Boo Halloween Party is sure to be a hit! This year’s theme is BOOZILLA 19 and takes place Friday, Oct. 31 at B&A Warehouse. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Alabama. Attendees must be 21 and up to enter. Visit www.boohalloweenparty.com for more information.
Ticket Prices:
$20 and can also be paid at the door

4. Dia De Los Muertos Festival
Celebrate Alabama’s 12th annual Day of the Dead this Sunday, Nov. 2. There will be a parade, food vendors and live performances. Guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion! The festival will begin at 4 p.m. at 1st Ave. S. For more information visit www.barehandsinc.org.
Ticket Prices:
$10 ages 13 and up
$3 ages 7- 12
Free under age 7

5. Alabama Ballet Presents: Dracula
The Alabama Ballet is performing Dracula for Halloween this season. The thrilling ballet is open to all ages and runs until November 2 at the Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre. Visit www.alabamaballet.org to purchase tickets.
Tickets range from $22 to $45.