Are you looking to harvest up some family fun this Halloween?
How about creating tasty potions and spooky treats, or decoding a Halloween riddle?
There are plenty of spooktacular activities happening in your area that will put good use to your Halloween costumes. These activities are online and outdoors and they have been modified to ensure safe fun for everyone. Don’t wait as most of these events require pre-registration.
October 23 | 9am–3pm | Historic Stewart Farm
Spend the day with other young witches at a Heritage Halloween Party. Make scary decorations, get your fortune told and create a potion to enjoy along with treats. For children age 6-12. Pre-registration is required. Costumes optional.
Halloween Outdoor Treasure Hunt
October 24 | 11am–2:30pm | Hawthorne Rotary Park
Follow the clues that you find using GPS coordinates and solve the Halloween riddle. Each family will receive a GPS device as well as instructions on how to participate. Halloween costumes are encouraged. Pre-registration is required. FREE
Halloween Storytime at Redwood Park
October 30 | 9:30am–12:45pm | Redwood Park Treehouse
Halloween is a great time to spend outdoors with your family and what better way to do that than at Redwood Park. Start your visit to Redwood Park underneath the tree house, enjoy a story, activities and finish up with an outdoor nature walk. Pre-registration is required, spaces are limited. FREE
The Flame: Scary Stories Edition
October 30 | 7–8pm | Online Event
This Halloween, tune in for a night of Scary Stories from a variety of accomplished, local storytellers, hosted by award-winning actor and one of the creators of Mom’s the Word, Deborah Williams. The Flame is a sold-out monthly storytelling event, celebrating its 12th season. Light some candles and listen outdoors for extra spook! FREE
For more information on the above activities and events, please contact the host facility.
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