What do you get when you combine a coven of awesome local women and good causes with tons of candy and bicycles? You get one of our favorite growing Halloween trends in the Huntsville area – Witches Rides! This year there are tons of different Witch Ride events in North Alabama and you can bring the kids to ALL of them. These fun outdoor events are so much fun to watch, and it’s easy to take in the fall weather while you’re there admiring the different costumes and collecting candy. Just stay clear of the cackling witches as they whiz by the parade route!
To get the full 411 about all that is happening in and around the Tennessee Valley this fall including information about community Halloween Kid’s Events, Trick/Trunk or Treating options, Pumpkin Patches, Hayrides, and more why not mosey on over to the full 2023 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.
Where Will the Witches Ride in Huntsville & North AL?
Guntersville Witches, Wizards & Warlocks Ride
Time: Sat 14th @ 3:30 PM
Location: Downtown Guntersville
The Guntersville Witches, Wizards & Warlocks Ride is a Whimsical Halloween themed parade in downtown Guntersville to Help Raise Money for Guntersville City Schools.
Lauderdale County Good Witches Ride (Rogersville)
Time: Sat 14th @ 4:00 PM
Location: Downtown Rogersville
Bring the kids and gather in downtown Rogersville to watch friendly witches “fly” by and toss out candy! The Good Witches’ Ride is an LCES Tiger Stripes (PTO) fundraiser that benefits Lauderdale County Angel Tree. 100% of proceeds will benefit students and families in our community this holiday season.
Madison Witches Ride
Time: Sun 22nd @ 3:00 PM
Location: Home Place Park
Save the date for Madison, Alabama's second annual Witches Ride, Roll & Stroll! This signature event brings together members of the community for a great cause. Organized by Madison Visionary Partners to benefit the first-ever Madison City Splash Pad Project. There has never been a better way to showcase your Halloween spirit!
Hampton Cove Witches Ride
Time: Sun 29th @ 2:00 PM
Location: Hampton Cove Community
The Hampton Cove Witches ride again! After the ride there will be food trucks, Baskin Robins, face painting and fun in the lawn yard games.
Canebrake Witches Ride (Athens)
Time: Sun 22nd @ 3:00 PM
Location: Canebrake Subdivision, Athens
The witches fly at 3:00 PM on Sunday, October 22 and toss candy to families gathered at designated Candy Zones. This event will have more spooky opportunities at a variety of food trucks, pop-up shops, photo booth & more that witches and their families will have access to after the event!
Cullman Witches Ride
Time: Sun 22nd @ 3:30 PM
Location: Festhalle Farmers Market
Head to the Warehouse District October 22, 2023 from 3:30-5:30pm! There will be a Witches Parade (candy to be thrown), Food Trucks, live music, activities for the kids and some “Witches Brews” to drink!
Monrovia Witches Ride
Time: Sun 29th @ 3:00 PM
Location: Monrovia Fire & Rescue
The Monrovia Witches Ride is hosted by local Monrovia women business owners to promote community fun. The ride is a 3 1/2 mile Parade style ride through Monrovia neighborhoods. Riders dress up, decorate bikes and throw candy to on lookers.
Blossomwood Witches Ride
Time: Sun 29th @ 4:30 PM
Location: Blossomwood Elementary
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.
Albertville Witches Ride
Time: Tue 31st @ 5:30 PM
Location: Downtown Albertville
The Albertville Witches Ride is a whimsical Halloween themed parade on Main Street, benefiting Albertville City Schools Foundation.
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