Saturday, October 23
Build a Fun Flapping Bat at your local Lowes store. 10am. Website
Goforth Fall Festival: 11am-3pm, Goforth Elementary, 2610 Webster Road, League City. The fall festival will include games prizes auctions and fun.
Creepy Crawlers: Armand Bayou Nature Center. 6pm-9pm. A family oriented Halloween alternative with guided night hikes, storytelling, face painting, hayrides and more.
Trunk or Treat: League City United Methodist Church. 4pm-8pm. They will have food, face painting, a cakewalk, Hay tide and trick-or treating. More information
11th Annual Halloween in the Park at Stevenson Park, Friendswood. 6pm-8pm. Trick or Treat at booths throughout the park.
Boo Bash for Kidz at Traders Village. 1 to 4 p.m. There will be live musical entertainment and activities, and monster-sized Trick-or-Treating. From 2:30-3:30 p.m. children aged 12 and under can Trick-or-Treat for candy at participating shops throughout the market, while supplies last, with their free Trick-or-Treat bag compliments of Traders Village. The Haunted Hallway is creepy rooms of scares and goodies for little guys. Every child attending will receive a Halloween gift and Trick-or-Treat bag while supplies last.
Pumpkin Carving Workshop at the Orange Show Monument. 1pm-4pm. Learn how to turn a plain old pumpkin into a Halloween work of art! There will also be fun activities. Bring your own pumpkin.
October 19-31: Happy Halloween Mansion at the Children’s Museum of Houston: Take on a journey of tricks and treats as you wander through the Mansion’s hocus pocus hallways in search of goblin goodies and terrifying trinkets. Or, try your hand at bringing Fraken Critters to life and experimenting with ooey, gooey slime, among other frightful activities. Beware! The exhibits will be converted into their own Halloween theme complete with creepy creations, thrills and chills! Wear your costume daily! For more information, visit their website.
October 1st-31st: Boo on The Boardwalk, Kemah: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October. There will be magic shows, live music and pumpkin decorating. Visit their websitefor complete details.
October 9th- November 28th: Texas Renaissance Festival: Weekends only. Music, games, rides, feasting and fun! Kids are free on Sundays with this coupon. For more information on the Renaissance Festival, visit their website.
October 16th-October 31: Zoo Boo, Houston Zoo: Weekends only. Zoo Boo activities, include the Fiesta Mart Pumpkin Patch, the Monster Mural, the Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP Tatzoo Parlor, and, of course, candy! For more information, visit the zoo’s website.
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