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2017 Halloween Parties and General Spooky Fun in Huntsville and North AL

2017 Halloween Parties and General Spooky Fun in Huntsville and North AL

Looking for a good excuse to pull out your killer Stranger Things costumes? (Who else is excited about season 2?) We’ve got a few ideas for local gatherings this Halloween!

To get the full 411 about all that is happening in and around the Tennessee Valley this fall including information on Fall Break Camps, Trick/Trunk or Treating options, Pumpkin Patches, Hayrides, and more why not mosey on over to the full 2017 Fall Activity Guide. Then be sure to share the scoop with your friends so you’ll see familiar faces when you are out and about this fall season.

Do you know of a Halloween event we missed? We’d love to add it, just send us a note at and be sure to include the information listed here (e.g. Date/Time, Cost, URL, Location).

Huntsville Ghost Walksghostwalk

Tours begin in front of historic Harrison Brothers Hardware store which is also where you purchase your tickets. There are both walking and trolley tours, and while no one jumps out at you, it is after all a ghost walk – so be mindful of how easily your little ones might be scared!

Date/Time: Friday and Saturday nights in October | 6PM (plus an addition Saturday walk at 8:30PM)
Cost: Walking $10 adults/$5 children; Trolley $15 adults/$12 children
Location: Harrison Brothers Hardware (map)
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Decatur Ghost Walks

Every Saturday in October, take a guided tour through Decatur’s haunted past. Hear stories from the Civil War, a tragic accidental death, the angry ghost of Simp McGhee, and much more. Perhaps someone from the past is watching you! Tours begin on the steps of the Old State Bank on Bank Street, with tickets (cash only) available 30 minutes beforehand.

Date/Time: Saturdays in October | 6PM
Cost: Walking $10 adults/$5 children (12 and under)
Location: 925 Bank St NE, Decatur (map)
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Athens Haunt Walks

Tour guides will tell you ghost stories of paranormal activity at 13 local structures. Hear about the college student who fell to her death and is said to still roam the halls at Athens State University’s Founders Hall. Each walk is approximately 90 minutes and a one-mile walking distance. Advanced tickets ($5.00 each cash or check only) are required and are available for purchase at the Athens-Limestone Visitors Center. For more information contact Athens-Limestone County Tourism 256.232.5411.

Date/Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays in October | 6:30PM
Cost: $5
Location: Athens-Limestone Visitors Center (map)
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Family Night: The Nightmare Before Christmas

All families welcome at this fun family movie night viewing of The Nightmare Before Christmas! Email or lblackmon@hmcpl.orgwith questions or to RSVP. Family Night is regularly held on the 2nd Tuesdays OR 2nd Thursdays of each month at 6 pm.

Date/Time: Oct. 10 | 6PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Madison Public Library (map)
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Spooky Halloween Makeup & Prop Classes

This is a free, family-friendly event for the ultimate Halloween fans! These spooktacular demos will take place outside Halloween Express on the lower level of the mall. Check out in-depth tutorials by special effects makeup professional, John Harris, and other great Halloween Express Huntsville professionals. Learn how to do lifelike makeup to look like a zombie, ghost, goblin, and more. Hear from Halloween Express props expert, Ronnie Young, on how to take an average $5 prop and turn it into one that looks like a $300 prop! There will be a kids corner for families to play with coloring sheets and candy! A few lucky kids will be selected to participate in a Junior Face Off Competition where kids will get a random bag of costume makeup and props. They will then have a time limit to do their best work on their parents. The winner will receive a Halloween Express Gift card!

Date/Time: Oct. 14 | 1PM-4PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Halloween Express at Parkway Place Mall (map)
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Saturday Scientist: Glowing & Exploding Pumpkins

Spooky physical and chemical reactions allow your pumpkins to glow and explode before your eyes! Join us for a special Halloween Saturday Scientist, which is a children’s series typically held on the second Saturday of each month at 11:30 a.m. for the Saturday Scientist series, an educational series featuring activities recommended for ages 6-9. Reserve your seat at the main ticket desk upon your arrival. Museum members may enter the Davidson Center for Space Exploration.

Date/Time: Oct. 14 at 11:30AM
Cost: FREE with museum membership or general admission
Location: U.S. Space & Rocket Center (map)
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Maple Hill Cemetery Strollmaple hill cemetery

This Maple Hill Cemetery event has grown to be one of the largest living history strolls in the nation, with over 75 costumed characters, traditional music, special exhibits, an expanded antique auto display, and student scavenger hunts. There will be at least a dozen new characters featured this year. Water and rest facilities will be provided, as well as a parking shuttle from the downtown courthouse square from 1-5 p.m. The metered parking spaces and municipal garages downtown are free to the public on Sunday! Please remember that pets are prohibited, and for your safety, do not lean, sit or stand on the monuments.

Date/Time: Oct. 15 from 2-4:30PM (Rain date: October 22)
Cost: FREE
Location: 202 Maple Hill Street, Huntsville (map)
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Dr. Osborn

Dr. Osborn’s Magical Laboratory

Doctor Osborn is bringing his annual bag of Halloween tricks and treats back to the Fantasy Arts Center in October! This is family fun (balloons! magic! comedy!) for all ages. Costumes are encouraged.

Date/Time: Oct. 20 at 7PM | Oct. 21 & Oct. 22 at 2PM
Cost: $7 ($7.50 when purchased online)
Location: Fantasy Playhouse (map)
More Info: 256-539-6829 | Website

Monrovia Public Library Halloween Party

Haunted Hill is a Haunt for Charity put on by volunteers from PAS Angels Squad with all proceeds going to charity! This year Henry’s lab will be at Camp Pop-A-Squat, Inc. and will feature a hayride as well as multiple areas for a variety of ages: a small graveyard (G-rated), big haunted graveyard (PG13), morticians lab (PG13+), and haunted campground (rated R. No matter what type of scare you are looking for, bring the family! Please note that parking is limited and groups are encouraged.

Date/Time: Oct. 20-28, 7PM-10PM or later, depending on the date
Cost: $5 online, $10 at the gate. Group rates available.
Location: Camp Pop-A-Squat, Inc. (map)
More Info: Website

Monrovia Public Library Halloween Party

Kids of all ages are invited to our annual Halloween Party at Monrovia Library! We’ll have Halloween themed crafts, games, prizes, candy and more. This is a drop in event and everyone is encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes. For more information contact Mandee Farley at 256-489-3392 or email her at

Date/Time: Oct. 24 | 6PM-7PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Monrovia Public Library (map)
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Halloween Storytime at Gurley Public Library

Join in the Halloween fun with interactive stories, songs, finger plays, and a simple craft to encourage the development of early literacy skills and a love of reading!

Date/Time: Oct. 25 at 10:30AM
Cost: FREE
Location: Gurley Public Library (map)
More Info: Website

Howl at the Moondust

“Howl at the Moondust” is a live radio show inspired by the 1938 radio broadcast of H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds.” It is full of curious characters and high-energy live music, the show is a Halloween party, a theater perfomance, a dance program and fun for all ages!

Date/Time: Oct. 21 at 7PM | Costume Contest at 5:30PM, Music begins at 6PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Downtown Huntsville Library (map)
More Info: Website

Halloween Storytime & Puppet Show at Madison Public Library

Join us for silly monsters and spooky stories, and don’t forget to wear your Halloween costumes! Trick or treating will immediately follow storytime.

Date/Time: Oct. 26 at 5:30PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Madison Public Library (map)
More Info: Website

Halloween at Schoolcraft

We will be reading “Room on the Broom” by Julia Donaldson, making wands, and having a costume contest! Please let us know if you plan to come so we can make sure we have enough supplies.

Date/Time: Oct. 27 | 10AM-11:30AM
Cost: FREE
Location: Schoolcraft (map)
More Info: Facebook

The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest at Lowe Mill

We kickoff our weekend of Halloween festivities with The Great Pumpkin Carving Contest featuring live music, food trucks, pumpkin painting for the kiddos, and more. Our second annual event invites the community to compete for an array of prizes. Bring your own tools and the perfect pumpkin. Choose your category and get to carving. Who will create the scariest, the funniest, or the greatest pumpkin of them all? Once you’re done with your masterpiece, place it on the Lowe Mill A&E dock, and let the voting begin. We’ll light them as the sun sets. Winners will be determined by the public. Vote for your favorite during the event. Winning pumpkins will be announced at the end of the night. Bluegrass group David Davis and the Warrior River Boys will provide musical entertainment throughout the evening. Bring your own carving tools!

Date/Time: Oct. 27 | 4PM-8PM
Cost: FREE to attend; $5 to carve; $5 parking donation is appreciated
Location: Lowe Mill (map)
More Info: Website

Halloween Bash at the Depot

Put on your costumes and join us for Halloween games, crafts, and of course safe Trick or Treating at the Huntsville Depot and Museum! Be sure to bring your trick or treating bags and enjoy Halloween fun for all ages! Games and crafts are included in admission. This event is non-refundable rain or shine. Pro-tip: Buy your tickets in advance to save money and avoid the line.  

Date/Time: October 27 | 4:30-7:30PM
Cost: $5 in advance; $8 at the door | Adults are free
Location: Constitution Village (map)
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Haunted House in Madison

The Boy Scout Venture Crew 007 is hosting their 13th annual Haunted House! It’s spooky family-friendly fun and supports the Crew’s year-round scouting projects. You know it’s a good one when it’s been running for 13 YEARS!

Date/Time: Saturday, October 27 from 6-9 PM
Cost: $5
Location: St. John’s School, Madison (map)
More Info: RCM Event

Costume Party Parents Night Out & Halloween Sleepover at Alexander’s Martial Arts

This pair of annual events for ages 5 and up at Alexander’s Martial Arts is always fun and exciting! The Costume Parent’s Night Out Party is 6PM-9PM, and features karate, games, and Halloween costumes.  The Halloween Sleepover is includes 12 hours of fun from 9PM-9AM, including karate, games, Nunchaku weapon training, and a Glow-in-the-Dark Nunchaku (yours to keep). Space is limited and fills up fast, so register ASAP if you know you plan to attend!

Date/Time: Oct. 27 | Parent’s Night Out Party 6PM-9PM (Registration deadline: October 25th) | Sleepover 9PM-9AM (Registration deadline: October 19th)
Cost: Parent’s Night Out Party $20 | Sleepover $65
Location: Alexander’s Martial Arts locations: Hampton Cove (map), Madison (map), and Winchester Road (map)
More Info: Website

Falloween Festival at The Shops at Merchants Walk

Join us on Friday October 27, 2017 from 6pm-8pm for our first Falloween Festival at The Shops at Mechants Walk! Enjoy live music from Rocket 5, games, pet costume contest, beer tasting with Whole Foods Market, Spazio and more! Enjoy a fun night out, bring your four legged friends and kids!

Date/Time: Oct. 27 | 6PM-8PM
Cost: FREE
Location: The Shops at Merchants Walk (map)
More Info: Facebook

Costume Dance Party and Family Fun Day

Hello ghouls and goblins! Put on your favorite costume and join us at Sam and Greg’s in Madison and do the Monster Mash with us for a spooktacular good time! We will have a festive dance floor with lights and music, pumpkin painting, face painting, and other fun family friendly activities. While the fun is all free the meals are not included. However, we offer a kids corner meal for just $3.95. In addition to the day’s fun festive activities, we will be offering spooky gelato flavors (bambino size is only $2.50!) for the kids and kids at heart, and fun seasonal beer on tap for all the mummies and frankendads.

Date/Time: October 28 | 12PM-5PM
Cost: FREE to attend, food/drink deals available for purchase
Location: Sam & Greg’s Pizzeria in Madison (map)
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Mark your calendars for the favorite fall event, Boo-tanica! This fun-filled spooktacular day is appropriate for all ages. Put on frightening costumes and come on out to the Garden for a goulish good time. Visit the Boo-terfly House for trick or treating! Crafts for the kids and a Parade of Costumes will take place at at 11AM. Enjoy Hay Rides through the Scarecrow Trail to visit the Sorghum Maze. The festivities include face painting and pumpkins for the kids, and Steve the DJ will add to the festivities.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 from 10AM-10PM
Cost: Members $5 & Non-Members $5 plus Garden Admission
Location: Huntsville Botanical Garden (map)
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Dogtoberfest 2017

Join us October 28, 2017 for Dogtoberfest 2017! This year our “Around The World” theme will be fun for everyone! We will have food, games, music and fun for your family and furry canine companions! The is a FREE event, but we do ask that all dogs be on a leash and up to date on vaccines!

Date/Time: Oct. 28 from 11AM-2PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Winchester Road Animal Hospital (map)
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Preschool Picasso Witch

Enjoy an artsy Halloween with this “mommy and me” class for our littlest artists! Children create a masterpiece with the assistance of an adult. Classes include story time and a snack. Please make sure your young Picasso (and you!) wears paint friendly clothes. This class is geared towards ages 3 to 6.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 from 10AM-11AM
Cost: $20 (tickets available online)
Location: Spirited Art (map)
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Build A Bat House Day

Huntsville Bat House Project’s 3rd Annual ‘Build A Bat House Day’ will be October 28th at Lowe Mill A&E in RR2, outside the south building next to Pizzelles Confections and Vertical House Records. Anyone may come by to build a bat house from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM. All you need to bring is a powered screwdriver or nail gun, unless you don’t mind using regular screws and hammers. Supplies are limited this year to only about 100 bat houses.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 from 1PM-3PM
Cost: FREE, but supplies are limited!
Location: Lowe Mill A&E in RR2 (map)
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Halloween Express Mall-O-Ween Extravaganza

Come to Parkway for a Spooktacular Halloween Party to remember! This free family-friendly event will take place outside Halloween Express Huntsville in the located on the lower level on the Belk side, and in center court on the lower level. Enjoy pumpkin painting with Tate Farms, creepy cookie decorating with Great American Cookies at Parkway Place Mall, Junior Face Off Competition, face painting, and character appearances with Batman and Maleficent. Halloween Express Huntsville will be doing makeup tutorials, and there will be candy bags for kids!

Date/Time: October 28 from 1:30-4:30PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Parkway Place Mall (map)
More Info: Website

Halloween Day Magic Show with Allen the Extraordinary

Join us at Angel’s Island Coffee on Saturday, Oct. 28 for our Halloween Day Magic Show featuring Allen the Extraordinary! The Magic Show will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. Show up dressed for the Costume Contest! Winning selections will be made at 4 p.m., and the costume contest winner receives a Chuck E. Cheese gift card! There will also be drink and sandwich specials available for purchase.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 | 3PM-4PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Angel’s Island Coffee (map)
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Frights & Lights: Costume Block Party at The Avenue

Get in the Halloween spirit with Arts Huntsville, Hunt+Gather, and Downtown Huntsville, Inc. at The Avenue! Don your best costume and join us on October 28th at the Frights & Lights Costume Block Party, sponsored by Handel’s Ice Cream Huntsville! This FREE event features music, creative kids activities with Arts Huntsville & the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, live painting by artist Float Shop, food trucks and ice cream, strolling performers, and the dedication and lighting of the Light Tree Sculpture ft. drumroll and cadences by Huntsville Drumline.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 at 5-10PM; Kids activities & strolling performances end at 8:30pm
Cost: FREE
Location: Jefferson Street at The Avenue (map)
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A Harry Potter Halloween

Children of all ages come and join us for an evening of Harry Potter games, crafts, prizes and of course food! Free and open to the public.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 at 6PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Triana Public Library (map)
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Pets welcome at this fun event where the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is hauling buns to Hartselle, Al for Howl-O-Ween.  They will be handing out stickers and their iconic wiener whistles.  Bring the whole family to join us for food, fun, and games.  Admission is free.  Don’t forget your costume!  Prizes will be awarded to the best animal and person costumes.  For more details call 256-773-7222 or email us at

Date/Time: Oct. 28 at 4PM-7PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Morgan County Humane Society, Hartselle (map)
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Teen Zombie Prom

Save the date! We are gearing up for our annual Teen Masquerade Ball, and this one is shaping up to be the best yet. Teens and tweens ages 12-18 are invited to the Downtown Huntsville Library, 915 Monroe St., on Saturday, Oct. 28, from 8 p.m. til midnight to enjoy this special after-hours event just for them. This year we’re repeating the Humans vs. Zombies theme that was so popular last year. We’ll have a huge Humans vs. Zombies game, followed by the Zombie prom. Bring your own labeled Nerf gun and darts for kicking some zombie tail. Parents may pick up and drop off, but are not allowed to stay at the Ball. Security will be provided by the Huntsville Police Department.

Date/Time: Oct. 28 | 8PM-10PM
Cost: $10 in advance/ $15 at door
Location: Main Library (map)
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8th Annual International Observe the Moon Night

 You don’t want to miss this family fun event that is bigger than ever! We will have hands-on activities, airbrush tattoos, special speakers, large movie screen, science magician, photo booth, DJ Shell, interactive robot, Janet from Janet’s Planets (PBS) and lots of telescopes.  After enjoying all of the fun activities, find a spot to watch “Scooby-Doo Moon Monster Madness” on the large inflatable movie screen. The movie will begin a dusk. 

Date/Time: Oct. 28 | 5:30PM-8:30PM
Cost: FREE
Location: U.S. Space & Rocket Center (map)
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Hike-a-Hound Costume Party

This hike is for the dogs!  The Humane Society of Greater Huntsville will bring along some adorable, costumed dogs ready for Halloween and a forever home.  Take an adoptable dog on a test-hike or bring your own pup along in festive Halloween attire! The Sierra Club’s Aaron Lesky will be your guide as we explore some new trails on Green Mountain. We do recommend long pants and comfortable shoes with good tread, bottled water, hiking sticks, trail snacks, and a camera to capture the experience! Dogs must be on leads. In case of rain, hikes will be canceled; Please verify cancellation on our Facebook Page.

Date/Time: Oct. 29 | 2PM-4PM
Cost: FREE
Location: 13800 South Shawdee Road (map)
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World Conspiracy’s 11th Annual Zombie Walk

G your friends get together and dress up like zombies. Together We walk downtown looking for BRAINS. If you would like to participate in this year’s Zombie Walk, please meet us at the Downtown Clinton Street Parking Garage at 2:00. Routes & directions will be given at this time. The Walk will start at 2:30. We are asking EACH participant to bring 1 item of cat or dog food. The food will be donated to A New Leash on Life & AFK. If you would like to view the walk, the outskirts of Big Spring Park will provide the best views. When creating your costumes, PLEASE REMEMBER…this is a family & kid friendly event!

Date/Time: Oct. 29 | 2PM-4PM
Cost: FREE; cat and dog food donations encouraged
Location: Big Spring Park (map)
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Village on FRIGHTsburg

Come celebrate Halloween with us at Village on Whitesburg! Bring the whole family and enjoy free popcorn, cotton candy, arts and crafts, games and surprises. Shops will be giving out candy and more. Dress up in your favorite costume and have a fun and safe Halloween with us!

Date/Time: Oct. 31 | 5PM-7PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Village on Whitesburg Shopping Center (map)
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Spooktacular 5K & Monster Mile

Huntsville’s Fleet Feet Sports invites you to join runners, walkers, ghosts, and goblins of all ages at the Spooktacular 5K Run and Monster Mile on October 28. Get crafty and creative and participate in the costume contest or, better yet, compete in costume! The 5K will begin promptly at 8AM with the 1 mile at 9AM. Awards, for both races and all costumes, will follow the 1 Mile (around 9:30AM).

Date/Time: Oct. 29 | 8AM-10AM
Cost: FREE for spectators; 5K is $25 through Sept. 30th, then $30; 1-mile is $15 through Sept. 30th, then $20
Location: Big Spring Park (map)
More Info: Website | Facebook

Free Halloween Portraits and Contest

Portrait Innovations is pleased to offer parents with children dressed in costumes free portraits during its Halloween event taking place at all Portrait Innovations studios Monday, Oct. 30. Photo opportunities run from 3 to 7 p.m., and parents will receive two free 5×7 portraits and the digital images of each child dressed in costume. Employees will also be handing out candy to get everyone in the Halloween spirit. Following the free event, parents can also submit their children’s portrait as part of a fun Portrait Innovations photo contest for a chance to win one of three $1,000 cash prizes. To enter, participants should submit their Portrait Innovations Halloween portrait, and then encourage friends and family to vote for it. The 20 portraits with the most votes will be judged by Portrait Innovations for costume originality and three families will be named winners. Learn more and submit photos at

Date/Time: Oct. 30 | 3-7PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Portrait Innovations Jones Valley (map)
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Blossomwood Witches Ride

The Blossomwood Witches Ride (BWR) is a fun bike ride through the neighborhood of Blossomwood. Women dress up as witches, ride their brooms (bikes) and throw candy to the little monsters (kids) along the posted route. ALL children are welcome to come out and enjoy the free candy. Children are asked to be accompanied by an adult to safely walk on the sidewalks while the witches fly by. Although we do proudly carry the Blossomwood name (due to location), witches from anywhere are welcome to ride!

Date/Time: Oct. 29 | 4:30PM
Cost: FREE for spectators
Location: Route begins at Blossomwood Elementary (map); See full route here!
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Pints & Pixels Halloween Celebration

Come in costume for free tokens. 4 tokens for every costume and an extra one if it’s a video game costume! We’ll have tasty Halloween drinks and food specials as well as discounted play on our spookiest games: Elvira Scared Stiff, Addams Family, Creature From The Black Lagoon and Ghostbusters. So come on down, show off your costume and have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN at Pints & Pixels!

Date/Time: Oct. 27 at 11AM through Oct. 31 at 10PM
Cost: FREE to attend and 4 free tokens for those in costume; food and drinks for purchase
Location: Pints & Pixels (map)
More Info: Facebook

Spooky Space Spectacular

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center is hosting its third annual Halloween Spooky Space Spectacular Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 4 to 8 p.m. This family-friendly event takes place in the Davidson Center for Space Exploration’s Saturn V Hall, and includes a costume contest, hands-on science activities and a magic and science show with Dr. Osborn. The Space Shot, G-Force and Kids Cosmos Lunar Lander simulators are also part of the fun, weather permitting. Spooky Food will be for sale, and we will have “door-to-door” trick-or-treating inside the Saturn V Hall!

Date/Time: Oct. 31 | 4PM-8PM
Cost: $20 for a family of up to five or $5 per person
Location: U.S. Space & Rocket Center (map)
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Spooktacular Puppet Show & All Day Halloween Party

Halloween is here again, which means it’s time to trick-or-treat your library! Visit all 3 floors for some tasty treats and enjoy a scavenger hunt in Youth Services. PLUS…It’s a Halloween Spooktacular Puppet Show, featuring fun tales pulled from some of our favorite books, rhymes, and songs! Bring along the whole family to enjoy your Halloween treats and a show.

Date/Time: Oct. 31 | 9AM-9PM |Puppet Shows at 10:30AM and 3:30PM
Cost: FREE
Location: Huntsville Public Library Downtown (map)
More Info: Website

Madison’s Insane Nightmare on Skate Street

Trick or Treat from 5-8PM! This fun event will delight you at designated places in the park before you make your way through the gates of Insanity. Monster Mash Freeze Dance will play intermittently throughout the evening inside the park. Show off your silliest monster moves but listen to the DJ and freeze when the music stops! costume contest, games and activities, treasure in a hay stack, best decorated pumpkin contest, pie eating contest, eye ball and spoon race, balloon scramble, graveyard golf and more. Some activities inside Insanity Park will require a fee.

Date/Time: October 31 from 5-8PM (all day specials and activities available 11AM-9PM)
Cost: FREE
Location: 100 Skate Park Drive, Madison (map)
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Pumpkin Palooza

FREE Family Fun Event on Halloween! At Community Fellowship Baptist Church in South Huntsville located right behind the Krogers. Our annual indoor event includes: bounce houses, games, free food, and TONS of candy! Everyone is welcome! Great event every year.

Date/Time: October 31 from 6-8:30M
Cost: FREE
Location: Community Fellowship Baptist Church (map)
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