Good morning, everyone! This is the last Saturday of October and there is a lot happening today. We start the morning with the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter’s 5K run. Registration will take place between 7-8AM at the Tabernacle Church parking lot.

Just as the race is taking off, the Booth Western Art Museum will be opening their grounds and doors for the 11th Annual Cowboy Festival and Symposium. Come see re-enactments of gun fights, Indian dances, chuckwagon cooking, encampments and much, much more!

The Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce is hosting their Business Showcase at the Clarence Brown Conference Center beginning at 9AM and running until 3PM. WBHF’s Matt Santini will be on-site this morning with live call-ins, interviewing some of the many business owners there.

Tonight, head to the City of Euharlee to enjoy their annual Ghost Tour. A fun event for the whole family, taking a stroll through historic downtown Euharlee and “meet” some of their long-deceased residence who come back to life for this event.

Tell-Tale HeartFinally, during A&M in the AM, right at 8:40AM, Alan Sanders will be doing his annual dramatic reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s, “The Tell-Tale Heart.” Set your recorder to enjoy this 15 minute classic short tale of murder, guilt and confession.

Is there any reason to leave Bartow County today? For that matter, is there any reason to tune in anywhere else? We’ve got it all right here in our own community and on your community radio — AM 1450 WBHF.