We are past the halfway point of October and Halloween is a week away. Now what should you do this weekend? There’s a list for that! Here’s what to do in your city this weekend…
- Halloween Nights at the Dallas Zoo
- From candy stations to costumed characters to animal adventures this is sure to be a fun time for the entire family.
- Sunset Screening at Strauss Square
- What’s October without The Shining? Catch the screening of this classic Sunday night at 8:30p.
- St. Jude’s Evening Under the Stars
- Head over to the gorgeous Omni Hotel for a great evening under the stars, benefiting a great cause.
- Klyde Warren Park’s 2 Year Birthday Celebration
- Can you believe that it has already been 2 years since the opening of this park. Come out from 12p-5p on Saturday to celebrate.
- 22nd Annual Cats, Canines and Cabaret
- If something has been around for 22 years, you know it is good. This event willbe benefiting Operation Kindness.
- Austin BikeFest
- Come on out and bring your bike to celebrate the opening of the new Southern Walnut Creek Trail.
- Texas Book Festival
- With hundreds of authors, children activities and live music…this is defintiely great for the entire family.
- VIVA Streets
- Get fit, people watch and celebrate a healthy life style at this energetic event.
- Spooktacular at the Bullock Museum
- Discover the spooky side of Texas at this family-friend Halloween EXTRAVAGANZA!
- Pumpkin Sculpting Competition
- Grab a pumpkin at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum and learn the tricks of the trade of perfect jack-o-lanter-ing.
- Surfing Madonna 1K/5K/And more
- Get ready to hit the sand for this quintessential Southern California race. The course takes runners on a tour of Encinitas’ most beautiful beaches.
- Fall Harvest Festival
- Could your home use a touch of fall? The Fall Harvest Festival and Boutique is the perfect place to spruce up your seasonal décor. Bring the whole family for hayrides and a pick-your-own pumpkin patch.
- Boulevard BOO! Parade
- Ghosts, ghouls and zombies will creep down El Cajon Boulevard in San Diego’s only Halloween parade. The frightening good times continues after the parade with rides, games, food trucks and more.
- Bite San Diego
- Head down to Little Italy for some great grub on Saturday afternoon.
- Boomont Park Haunt
- The creators of San Diego’s most iconic haunts — “The Haunted Hotel,” “The Haunted Trail of Balboa Park,” and “The Scream Zone” — have teamed up with Belmont Park to create a family-friendly Haunt Boomont Park.