Chevy Chase Inn, 833 Euclid Avenue, is having a "dog and pony show" on Saturday. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. it will serve chili dogs with $1.50 Bloody Marys. When the ponies take the post at 5:35 pm for the Breeder's Cup Classic, Bourbon 'n' Toulouse will set up a free Cajun buffet at CCI that will last until kickoff of the UK-Tennessee game. Music from Roger BonDurant will start when the game is over go till 2 a.m.
■ On Halloween, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Good Foods Co-op, 455 Southland Drive, will give a Good Foods reusable bag (one per family) to costumed shoppers.
■ Looking for the Lexington Farmers' Market? Because of the Breeders' Cup Festival, the market won't be in its regular Cheapside Pavilion location on Saturday, but under the Abe Lincoln mural at 200 Water Street. And on Sunday it will be at 348 Southland Drive. The Sunday market will be the last of the year for Blue Moon Garlic, so get a garlic braid to last through the winter. Despite the recent cold front, there will still be seasonal produce such as pumpkins and winter squash and greens and fruits, including apples.
■ Jessamine Farmers' Market, from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday behind City Hall in Wilmore, will have locally grown tomatoes, peppers, greens, sweet potatoes, apples, honey, fresh and dried herbs, eggs, freshly ground cornmeal and popcorn.
■ Bluegrass Farmers' Market, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Liquor Barn in Hamburg, 1837 Plaudit Place, will have seasonal vegetables and fruits for sale.
■ Lexington Green, 161 Lexington Green Circle, is having a "dine around" Nov. 5. For $50 per person, beginning at 5:30 p.m., you can get an appetizer at Palmers (truffled sidewinder fries or chipotle egg rolls), an entree at Hilton Suites (chipotle pork tenderloin; wasabi crusted tuna; bayou chicken; or vegetable Wellington, with advance notice), and dessert at Brontë Bistro in Joseph-Beth Booksellers (espresso chocolate cake or fresh fruit tart.) Specialty drinks are included. Buy tickets at Joseph-Beth or online at bit.ly/1R1RB8c.
■ Country Boy Brewing, 436 Chair Avenue, and Gastro Gnomes are bringing back the Swine and Dine dinner, beginning at 5 p.m. Nov. 6. It's the ultimate pork-lover's feast with each dish featuring a different cut of pork paired with a Country Boy beer. No tickets are required. A portion of the sales will go to the American Diabetes Association.
■ Clawdaddy's, 128 North Broadway, has Lobster Pot Pie and Crabmeat Fettuccine for the season. Also on the menu are pumpkin Whoopie pies with Caramel Filling and Blueberry Brioche Bread Pudding.
■ Lexington cookbook author Barbara Harper Bach will be at My Favorite Things, 2721 Old Rosebud Road, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 6, 7 and 8 with samples from her cookbook, The Sweet Confections Cooking Clinic, Cookies, Candies and Other Fancies for Christmas baking and candy making.
■ For November, Greentree Tea Room, 521 West Short Street, will have lobster bisque; sweet potato scone with honey butter and Fayette cream; turkey a la Turk with cranberry relish; cheddar with caramelized onion, curried egg salad and herbed carrot round tea sandwiches, citrus spice pannacotta, chocolate drop cookies and brown sugar cupcakes with caramel frosting. Reservations are required. Call (859) 455-9660.
■ Holly Hill Inn, 426 North Winter Street in Midway, will be open Sunday for dinner. Chef Ouita Michel will serve her regular multicourse dinner menu, with entrees including an all-natural bone-in ribeye, Eileen's rack of lamb, fresh seafood and Tokyo Fried Chicken. Vegetarian options are available. You can make reservations by calling (859) 846-4732.