This time of year in Chucktown means enjoying the sunny weather at the beach by day and spook-tacular Halloween fun by night. This weekend’s got a healthy mixture of both: from multiple outdoor concerts to haunted houses, it’ll be sure to help you transition from summer to fall without too much seasonal depression.

Friday Fill up your library for cheap at That BIG Book Sale, with over 60,000 books, DVDs, CDs, sheet music, and maps, with prices as low as 50 cents.

Enjoy happy hour with Uncle Mingo and FLINTface with the second-to-last concert in the Party at the Point fall series. 

Pick the perfect pumpkin at Legare Farms and test your sense of direction in their 10-acre myrtle tree maze.

In honor of breast cancer awareness month, stop by Dillard’s at Citadel Mall for a free bra fitting. Wacoal will donate $2 to Susan G. Komen for every woman that participates.

Bring your worst nightmares to life — in a fun way — at Boone Hall Fright Nights’ inaugural weekend. Just don’t blame us for any ruined pairs of pants.

Experience souls trapped between this life and the next at the Magnolia Cemetary’s Confederate Ghost Walk.

Saturday Dance the night away to the Fantastic Shakers Band, Rhonda McDaniel, and Jimbo Durham and Shag Attack Band at the Ninth Annual Charleston Beach Music and Shag Festival. 

Fulfill your childhood dreams of on top of firetrucks and maybe even getting to slide down the pole, all while learning safety tips for emergencies.

Hardcore music fans unite at the Skatepark of Charleston for Rocktoberfest featuring Norma Jean, Emery, and more.

Guys take a stand against domestic violence at Walk a Mile in Her Shoes by literally walking a mile in women’s shoes. 

Head to Daniel Island for Southern musical gems like Zac Brown, The Old 97’s, Boy and Bear, Secret Sisters, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and more at the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival.

The 2014 Diversity Conference at the College of Charleston begins on Saturday and ends on Sunday with a diversity celebration at the TD Arena, including performances from the Burke High School Marching Band and the College of Charleston dancers and cheerleaders. 

Sunday Explore big old beautiful homes without being creepy at the 38th annual Fall Tour of Homes

Celebrate the six month anniversary of The Park Cafe with the whole Hampton Park neighborhood with hot dogs, hamburgers, live music, and kids’ entertainment.

Take advantage of car-free King Street at Second Sunday.

Childhood hunger is a serious issue, but Charleston chefs are teaming up to raise money to combat it at the 2014 No Kid Hungry Charleston Dinner.

When Brad Cooper died in a car accident this summer, lost not only its founder but a friend. To remember him, the radio station is hosting a benefit to raise money for his Cooper’s dream.

See the punk-rock Holy City Heartbreakers in red duke it out with the sneaky Swamp Fox Militia in camouflage at the Lowcountry Highrollers Roller Derby Bout.