|28||Children - This annual event includes games, childrens activities, character apperances, and one of the largest Easter Egg Hunts in the area. Fun for the whole family.
Address: Fort Rucker Youth Ball Fields , Fort Rucker, Alabama
|16||Day at the Lake - Our annual kick off to summer celebration. Participants from all over the surrounding area visit the shores of Lake Tholocco for fun outdoor recreation. The lake offers many recreational activities and this event adds music, food, and games to an already great place to visit. $1.00 admission fee to the Lake per person. It's also a fisherman's paradise!
Address: West Beach Lake Tholocco , Fort Rucker, Alabama
|15 - 16||Southeast Outdoor Adventures Expo - Starts off the hunting season with a bang by bringing all the things you love about the great outdoors to one central location. Want to see the latest in hunting and fishing accessories? Or maybe your interest are with hicking and mountain biking? If it's an Outdoor recreation we have it. Vendors are invited from all over to show off those items you just can't live without.
Address: Yano Hall , Fort Rucker, Alabama
|18||Oktoberfest - Traditional German music, Schnitzel, Bratwurst, German beer, games, need we sy more? Enjoy a Volksmarch or enter the Keg Toss competition or just come, eat and listen to the music...either way you're bound to have a great time.
Address: Howze Field, Main Parade Field , Fort Rucker, Alabama
|25||Holidays in the South Bazaar - Various craft vendors from surrounding states selling hand-made gifts perfect for the holiday season. We have Santa Clause for the childrend to take pictures with and a fish pond. Their are cake booths and food booths all made from scratch. We use this event to raise money for the local community by asking for a $1.00 donation or 1 canned item per person. The canned food items go to support the local food bank hoilday baskets,
Address: Yano Hall, Ft. Rucker, AL , Fort Rucker, Alabama
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