By Becky Maxedon

Although the hallmark event of October – the London Bridge Days and the iconic Parade – has been cancelled, the Fall Season in Lake Havasu City is not all gloom and doom.

Several standard local events are expected to be celebrated.

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The London Bridge Renaissance Faire and Joust is set for Sept. 25-27 at the SARA Park Rodeo Grounds. In its fourth year, the 2020 London Bridge Renaissance Faire and Joust will feature stage and street performers in period costumes, bring medieval history to life in a fun and dramatic way.

For more information on the Ren Faire, visit our event calendar by clicking HERE.

The local favorite Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout follows Sept. 30-Oct. 4.

For more information on Desert Storm, visit our event calendar by clicking HERE. Anthony Lombardi competes in the Desert Storm. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

The event features some of the nation’s top performance boats and always brings out enthusiastic crowds.

October kicks off with the 38th Annual Home Show Oct.2-4. Sponsored by the Colorado River Building Industry Association. The Home Show is billed as the city’s premier consumer event.

For more information on the Home Show, visit our event calendar by clicking HERE.Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

The IJSBA 2020 Thai Airways World Finals are set to happen Oct. 5-11, featuring more than 750 of the world’s best personal watercraft racers from around the world.

Rounding out the October schedule is the 43rd Annual Relics and Rods Run to the Sun. The event is set to take place Oct. 21-25. Run to the Sun is one of the largest car shows in the Southwest and is one of the most popular events of the Fall Season.

Relics and Rods secretary Sheri Lawrence said the organization is still in the planning stages but spreading the event out on Bridgewater Links and the London Bridge Resort should help facilitate social distancing and ensure safety of the car enthusiasts who attend.

For further information on the Run to the Sun, visit our event calendar by clicking HERE.

Watch this space for more details about the events that remain on the Fall Schedule as their scheduled dates approach. RiverScene Magazine will publish, times, admission fees and more as the events near. There may be other events that have not been announced to be cancelled or set for celebration at press time.

Among some of the events that have fallen to cancellation is the Zombie Pub Crawl. It is unknown at this time whether Fright Night on McCulloch Boulevard and the Pumpkin Festival have been/will be celebrated.

To visit our full event calendar, click HERE.

 

Run to the Sun. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

 

 


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