Halloween Photo Contest 2015

Send us your kids picture for our annual WQSB Halloween Photo Contest, and you could win a special party at Kidz Time in Boaz and much, much more! Enter today, deadline for entries is Monday, Oct. 26th. Voting will be Tuesday, Oct. 27 – Thursday, Oct 29th. Our winner will be announced and contacted on Friday, Oct. 30th.
Sponsors include: Kidz Time & Party Time in Boaz, Lambert’s Bibles & Gifts in Boaz, Bridal Garden & Gadsden Outfitters.


CONTEST: WQSB/MIX 102.9 Halloween Photo Contest

PRIZE: Halloween Prize Pack from Various Sponsors

START DATE: Tuesday, Sept. 29th, 2015 (for entries) For Votes: Tuesday, Oct 27th, 2015

END DATE: Monday, Oct. 26th, 2015 (for entries) Voting Ends: Thursday, Oct. 29th, 2015

HOW TO PLAY: Go to WQSB.com and click on WQSB Contests and go to The Halloween Photo Contest link. Upload a picture of a child in a Halloween Costume between September 29, 2015 and October 26, 2015. Beginning October 27th thru October 29th you can vote for your favorite Halloween Costume. The Costume that receives the most votes will be announced the winner on October 30, 2015 and will win the Halloween prize pack consisting of prizes from various Sponsors.

INELIGIBLE: Employees and immediate family members of WQSB, MIX 102.9, Bridal Garden, Gadsden Outfitters, Lambert’s Bibles & Gifts, Kidz Time & Party Time and Upickem are not eligible to play. 1 winner per family per 14 day period.


Teacher of the Week

WQSB/MIX 102.9/POWER 107.5  Would love to show our teachers some love with the “Modern Woodmen Financial Services Teacher of the Week” Contest!  

Each week we’ll salute one teacher with $100 for their classroom.

Nominate a teacher today at barry@wqsb.com
Leave their name & school…then each Monday morning, we’ll announce our new “Modern Woodmen Teacher of the Week.” Good luck :)

*Modern Woodmen specializes in investments, retirement planning, financial services, 401K rollovers and much more. Contact Modern Woodmen Financial Representative Morgan Lavender today on Facebook, online at modern-woodmen.com or by phone at 256-492-3374**

WEEK #1: Diane Hicks, John Jones Elementary School, Special Education Teacher
WEEK #2: Amy Bedwell, Carlisle Elementary School-Boaz
WEEK #3: Christy Jennings, Wills Valley Elementary School-Fort Payne, Kindergarten teacher
WEEK #4: Steven Miller, Gaylesville High School, 7th- 12th grade History Teacher
WEEK #5: Kirstie Edwards, Glencoe Elementary School teacher



  1. Nominate you favorite teacher to be recognized as our Teacher Of The Week by submitting their name, school and grade thru the link provided on any of our station’s web pages.
  2. Any teacher, instructor or principal currently employed in a public, private or religious school is eligible to be nominated for this contest.
  3. Each week a person will be chosen to acknowledge as our “Teacher Of The Week”.
  4. Each “Teacher of The Week” selected will receive a check in the amount of $100 to off-set classroom expenses.
  5. Entries not yet selected as “Teacher of The Week” will remain in consideration for the duration of this contest.
  6. This is a multi-station contest with one weekly winner airing on WQSB, Power-107.5 and Mix-102.9.

Phobia: Fear Comes To Life


“PHOBIA:Fear Comes To Life” at the Blount County Oneonta Agri-Business Center opens its doors on Friday, Oct. 9th!!!

$12 general admission, $16 “fast pass” will move you to the front of the line
500 New Street Oneonta, AL 35121

Phobia will be opened: Oct. 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 29th, 30th, & 31st
Open Thursdays: 7 pm – 10 pm; Weekends: 7 pm – ’til last body is removed







Big Deal Store: Snead Cafeteria

Starting Monday, Oct. 12 @ 10 am, save 50% from the Snead State Cafeteria in the Big Deal Store!
Serving the finest in Southern Cooking, the Snead Cafeteria on the campus of Snead State Community College is open to the public Monday-Friday and Sundays 10am-1:30pm. Weekdays you can choose from 3 different entrees, a variety of delicious veggies, a salad bar and homemade desserts.
Folks from all over the area make the Snead Cafeteria their destination for Sunday lunch due to the bountiful buffett!
All food is dine in or carry out.

Snead Cafeteria 220 Walnut Street in Boaz

*Limit 1 discount per party per visit*


2016 Cruise

Reserve now with a small deposit and take advantage of our easy payment plan! Call Jamie at AlBo Travel 800-891-0888.

2016 WQSB/MIX 102.9/Power 107.5 Cruise to Grand Cayman & Cozumel

January 4th – 9th

Carnival Paradise from Tampa

Monday          leave Tampa (4pm)

Tuesday          At Sea

Wednesday    Grand Cayman (8am – 3pm)

Thursday        Cozumel (11am – 8pm)

Friday             At Sea

Saturday        return Tampa (8am)


Inside Cabin ~ Starts at $390 per person based on double

3RD/4TH/5TH Starts at $240 per person

SINGLE Starts at $555

Ocean View Cabin ~ Starts at $440 per person based on double

3RD/4TH/5TH Starts at $260 per person

SINGLE Starts at $655


$100 deposit per person if booked before May 1st.
After May 1st, a small deposit holds your place. $100 per person due by August 1st Balance due by October 1st

It is up to the traveler to have proper ID (certified birth certificate & valid driver’s license OR valid passport).  AL-BO Travel Agency will not be held responsible for denied boarding.

Al-Bo Travel Agency

101 East Main Street, Albertville AL  35950

800-891-0888 ask for Jamie


Halloween Calendar 2015

Submit fall festivals, trunk-or-treats and other area Halloween activities to: mary@wqsb.com


  • Sand Mountain Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Opens Sept. 19th. 8420 Cox Gap Road- Sardis
Opens 4 pm Tues-Fridays, 10 am Saturdays & 1 pm Sundays
More Info

  • Sand Mountain Corn Maze-Zombie Splatter

Open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays After Dark. 8420 Cox Gap Road – Sardis
$15 per ticket, 150 + paint balls
More Info

  • The “Fear” Factory

Open every Friday & Saturday in October; 7 pm – 12 (mid); The Factory in Gadsden
$15 per person (Recommended for ages 13 + )
More Info

  • Sand Twin Mountain Drive In Annual Halloween Horror-thon

Saturday, Oct. 17th; starting at dark
Boaz Twin Drive In
$15 per carload, showing Sinister 2, Green Inferno, The Visit, Crimson Peak
More Info

  • 1st Annual Connections Family Church Fall Fest

Sunday, Oct. 25th; 3 pm – 5 pm
550 AL Hwy 75 North- Albertville
Train rides, food, live music, cake walk, cotton candy, fire trucks and more.

  • Fall Festival & Auction

Saturday, Oct. 17th; 3 pm – 5 pm
Victory Missionary Baptist Church
.25 games, $1 homemade concessions. Auction starts @ 5 pm. Proceeds will help sponsor a child for bible camp.

  • Trunk or Treat

Saturday, Oct. 31st; 6:30 pm
Lifepoint Church in Arab

  • Boo At The Zoo

Birmingham Zoo
Oct  16th – 18th, 23rd – 31st @ 5 pm
Members and guests can enjoy discounted $5 (plus tax) admission for the first weekend of Boo at the Zoo. Watch as the Zoo transforms into a destination of spooky attractions for 17 nights of Boo at the Zoo. All attractions can be purchased individually for $3.50 each plus tax. This includes the train, carousel, slide, ice skating*, Cajun Sadie, roller racers and hay ride. *Ice skates are available for rent for $1.50 plus tax, or visitors may bring their own ice skates.
More Info

  • 1st Annual Connections Family Church Fall Fest

Wednesday, Oct. 28th; 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
4525 Wyeth Drive- Guntersville
Train rides, food, live music, cake walk, cotton candy, fire trucks and more.

  • Haunted Bed and Breakfast

Every Fri. And sat. Night in October 7:30 til 10 pm
7181 county road 137 Valley head, Al.
Admission $5 per person

  • Trunk or treat at Creekside Church

Saturday, Oct 31 @ 5:pm
205 North from downtown Albertville go across the bridge, church on the right.
Fun @ games, everyone invited.

  • 2015 Haunted Forest Trail

Open every Friday & Saturday in the month of October at dark.
Presented by: Asbury & Alder Springs Fore Department. Hosted by: Lake Guntersville State Park
$13 general admission, $10 (group rates or overnight guests)
256-571-5444 or 256-505-6621
More Info

  • Lake Guntersville State Park Festival

Saturday, Oct. 17th; 5 pm – 8 pmBeach Pavillion in Guntersville
Chili Cook-off, story telling, music candy and more.
More Info

  • Scarecrow Trail

Opens Sunday, Oct. 4th – Nov. 30th; 8 am – sundown
Lake Guntersville State Park (beach pavilion)
Free & open to the public
256-571-5444 or 256-571-5445
More Info

  • Dracula’s Decadent Dance

Saturday, Oct. 31st
Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge
$25 a ticket
256-571-5440 ext  7451
More Info

  • Lifepoint’s Halloween Hoopla

Saturday, Oct 31st, 5 pm – 7 pm
Albertville Rec Center track
More Info

  • Halloween Block Party

Downtown Fort Payne
Saturday, Oct. 31st, 5 pm – 7 pm

  • Union Grove Baptist Church Harvest Festival

Oct 28th, 6 pm-8 pm
76 Union Grove Rd Crossville
Costumes are welcome

  • Fall Festival

Saturday, Oct. 17th
Lake Guntersville State Park Beach Pavilion
Story telling, football toss, Little Debbie cake-walk, face painting, bonfire, chili cook-off and more.
More Info

  • Fall Festival

Saturday, Oct. 17th; 9 am – 5 pm
Meek Grain & Gin, Pisgah
All day event with vendors, live music, bounce house and much more.
More Info: meeksgraingincompany@gmail.com or meeksgraingincompany@gmail.com.

  • “Nightmare in the Park”

Every Friday & Saturday night in Oct. starting at dark
Powell Town Park, 4023 Main Street
Sponsored by the Powell Volunteer Fire Department
256-717-9303 for more information

  • Sloss Fright Furnace

Opening Saturday, Oct. 26th
More Info

  • Arx Mortis

Opens Friday, Sept 25th
More Info