Halloween might look a little different this year, between the COVID-19 pandemic and unavoidable throngs of people dressing like Carole Baskin, but there are still a few ways to celebrate in the area. Here are some fun, safe events to get your boo on.
‘Aladdin’ Movie Night
Halloween-themed movie night is set for Oct. 10 at Sharon Johnston Park.
Events will include a food truck, playground, barrel train and hay ride. Gate opens at 4:30 p.m., and the movie “Aladdin” begins at 6:30. Parking is $10.
Huntsville Ghost Walk
The 12th season of the Huntsville Ghost Walk is in full swing. Tours run every Friday and Saturday night through October. Click here for more details.
Barks and Boos
Head to Campus No. 805 for Barks and Boos on Oct. 24, and celebrate with both human and canine spooks. Click here for more information.
Urban Cookhouse is hosting a pumpkin painting party on Oct. 3 at Bridge Street.
Monster Movies at Lowe Mill
Every Saturday night in October, Lowe Mill will be hosting a movie night at 7:00 p.m. The cost is $20 per car, and the lineup includes “Beetlejuice,” “It Follows,” “The Return of the Living Dead,” “Trick ‘r Treat” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”
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