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Halloween Happenings in South Florida

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Halloween is Tuesday, October 31

 


Miami International Mall
House of Horror – Haunted Carnival
Now thru October 31 • Mon–Thur: 6–11pm, Fri–Sat: 5:30pm–Midnight, Sun: (5:30–11pm),
Dark Hour/Mon–Wed Only: 10–11pm.
We dare you to visit the largest haunted house in SoFla w/over 30 rooms of terror. Explore 2 acres of new rides & new fear. Enjoy your favorite carnival food, games, movies & LIVE concerts. Once you are in, all rides & attractions are free. FREE parking! Thurs–Sun: Adult/$29, MTW/$15/online only), Child(2–6)/$10-15, Child(under 2)/Free. 1455 NW 107 Ave. Doral (E. Parking Lot). www.houseofhorrorpark.com

Wolfsonian Museum – FIU
Family Day: Spooktacular Treats
Saturday, October 1 • 1–4pm
Start your spooky Halloween excursion with family & friends during a story-time reading & book signing of Nora Trujillo’s Miami BOO!: Scary Tales of the City. After, local artist Mary Larsen will guide you in building your very own haunted house out of candied treats. Free adm. 1001 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. 305-531-1001.
www.wolfsonian.org

Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Family Day: Harvest in the Garden
Saturday, October 7 • 12–3pm
Gather some hay, sticks, & fabric to create your own scarecrow & give them life. Then, find inspiration at a story-time reading of Ralph Fletcher’s Hello, Harvest Moon (2003). Sponsored by the Wolfsonian -FIU. Free. Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach. www.wolfsonian.org

The Little Farm
Pumpkin Patch
Saturday, October 7–Tuesday, October 31 • M–F: 3–7pm, Sat–Sun:10am–7pm
Pumpkins ($7–30)/1 Free Pony Ride w/each pumpkin purchased. Pony rides ($3), Petting farm ($4), Scarecrow kits & Harvest decor ($2–$25). Parking(cash only)/$5. No entry fee. Refreshments avail. for purchase. 13401 SW 224 St. Goulds. 305-258-3186. www.thelittlefarm.us

Deering Estate
Deering Estate Spookover
Friday, October 13 • 10pm–2:30am
batsExperience the Deering Estate when the LIGHTS ARE OUT!!! Paranormal Investigators will take guests to the most active locations on the Estate where you can attempt to communicate with the spirits that roam the historic houses & main grounds. Equipment used to detect spectral presences – such as pendulums, dowsing rods, EMF meters, voice recorders & cameras are welcome! Please dress comfortably & wear closed toe shoes. Bring a flashlight & mosquito repellant. Light snacks & refreshments are included. $65/pp. 16701 SW 72 Ave. Palmetto Bay. Tickets online or call 305-235-1668 x233. www.deeringestate.org

Miami Children’s Museum
A Spooky Sensory Saturday
Saturday, October 14 • 9–11am
Great sensory experiences await in this special event set aside for children with sensory processing disorders & their families. Participate in sensory-based activities, such as icky oobleck slime, & stage performance. Meet community professionals. Pre-regis. req. sensorysaturday@miamichildrensmuseum.org or call 305-373-5437×126. MCM opens to the public at 11am. GenAdm/$20, Fla. res/$15, Child under 1/Members & Veterans/Free. 980 MacArthur Cswy. Miami.305-373-5437. www.miamichildrensmuseum.org

Deering Estate
Deering Harvester Day
Sunday, October 15 & 27 • 8–10pm
Guests can take family photos next to the vintage International Harvester Truck & other locations decorated for Fall. Children can also create a Fall themed arts & crafts activity! There will also be several program partners on-site that were originally scheduled as part of Deering Discovery Day which was cancelled due to Hurricane Irma. Food & beverages will be available for purchase. Reduced adm.(4&older)/$7. 10am–4pm. 16701 SW 72
Ave. Miami. 305-235-1668. www.deeringestate.org

Miami Children’s Museum
Not So Scary Family Halloween Bash
Sunday, October 15 • 1–5pm
MUSEUM batsCLOSED TO THE PUBLIC ON THIS DAY!
Get ready to be SPOOKED at MCM. Whether guests Trick or Treat their way around the Museum’s galleries, brave the Haunted House, test their knowledge in the Mad Scientist Lab or create crazed crafts, families are bound to have a BEWITCHING time! Fundraising event. MCM Member/$30, Non-member/$40. 980 MacArthur Cswy. Watson Island. 305-373-KIDS(5437) x142. www.miamichildrensmuseum.org

Deering Estate
Historic Ghost Stories Tour
Thursdays, October 19 & 26 • 8–10pm
Step into the past, as you listen to the stories of the previous inhabitants & paranormal visitors. You will walk the paths of Native Americans, Miami’s early pioneers, & even Charles Deering himself! This tour includes walking around the historic homes at night. Please dress comfortably & wear closed-toe shoes. Bring a flashlight, mosquito repellant & any equipment you wish to use. $30. 16701 SW 72 Ave. Palmetto Bay. Tickets online or call 305-235-1668 x233. www.deeringestate.org

Regatta Park Coconut Grove
Pumpkin Patch Festival
Saturday–Sunday, October 21–22 • 10am–8pm
Bring out the family & join to kick off Autumn! Pick out your perfect pumpkin from more than 5,000 pumpkins & decorate one for a separate fee. Full Carnival for ALL ages. Entrance fee includes unlimited carnival rides, dress your own scarecrow, kids cornstalk & hay bale maze, shows & activities, photo vignettes, entrance to food court & beer garden. GenAdm/$20, Babies under 2(cannot ride any Carnival rides)/Free. VIP/$40(incl. Fast Line & 2 compl. drinks). 2699 SW 27 Ave. www.coconutgrovepumpkinpatch.com

BatHarris Field Pavillion
Spooky Halloween
Saturday, October 21 • 6–9pm
Fearless children & their families will be able to venture into a spooky haunted house for Free. There will also be music, fun rides, trick-or-treating, costume contest, & food trucks. This Homestead Halloween tradition offers the chance to go trick or treating in a safe contained environment, while enjoying the rest of the celebration. 1034 NE 8 St. Homestead. 305-224-4570.

Pinecrest Gardens
Hänsel and Gretel -the Opera

Sunday, October 22 • 2 & 4:30pm
A new Miami tradition is born: Hansel & Gretel at Halloween! Based on the beloved children’s story this Opera has been delighting family audiences around the world since its premiere in 1893! Dress up in your Halloween costumes so you & your family can meet & collect candy from the performers on the actual set after the show! Adult/$20, Child/$10. 11000 Red Rd. Pinecrest. 305-669-6990. www.pinecrestgardens.org

Miami Children’s Museum
MiChiMu’s Halloween Week
Monday–Sunday, Oct. 23–29 • 11am–5pm
Take a toured thru a haunted house, & partake in some spooky science experiments. Paint in the Art Studio, & join Creepy Light Play. On the weekend, join for trick-or-treating sessions throughout the day! All of educators will be in costumes. You should come in yours, too! GenAdm/$20, Fla. res/$15, Child(under 1) /Members & Veterans/Free. 980 MacArthur Cswy. Miami. 305-373-5437. www.miamichildrensmuseum.org

Pinecrest Gardens
Halloween Spectacular – Music for the Dead
Saturday, October 28 • 8pm
The living need light & the dead need music. Presented by MDC Kendall Campus music ensembles. Free. 11000 Red Rd. Pinecrest. 305-669-6990. www.pinecrestgardens.org

Kendall Regional Medical Center
Pumpkin Patch Party & Teddy Bear Clinic
Saturday, October 28 • 11am–2pm
Your child can bring his/her teddy bear or stuffed animal & get a full check up to drive home the importance of staying healthy. Kids can wear their Halloween costumes & take pictures in the pumpkin patch. Family fun activities include food & treats, face painting, slide & bounce house, pony rides, clowns, balloons & games. Free pumpkin to decorate (while supplies last). Free. Kendall Regional Medical Center – Main Entrance,. 11750 SW 40 St. Miami. Register: 305-222-2200 or on Facebook.com/KendallRMC. www.kendallmed.com

Frost Science Museum
Spooky Science Monster Mash
Saturday, October 28
What lurks thru our hallowed corridors on the cusp of the most frightening day of the year? Nothing that science can’t explain! Suit up in your favorite costume & join us! We’re putting a Frost Science spin on Halloween with bone-chilling science experiments & creepy, cool encounters throughout the day. You’ll also get a chance to experience the debut of our newest exhibition, “Monster Fish,” which will guide you thru the world’s freshwater rivers as you learn about the bizarre & colossal ancient fish that silently roam their depths. 9:30am–5:30pm. Adult/$25, Youth(3–11)/$17, Child(2&under)/Member/Free. Phillip & Patricia Frost Museum of Science, 1101 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. 305-434-9600. Event details & parking instructions online at www.frostscience.org

Southland Mall
Kids’ Club Halloween Event
Saturday, October 28 • 4–6pm
Kids 12&under are invited to come in costume with their parents & enjoy FREE family-friendly activities including arts & crafts, carnival games, balloons, & costume contest w/prizes for all & two grand prizes for the winners. 20505 S Dixie Hwy. Miami. 305-235-8880. www.mysouthlandmall.com/events

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Spooky Adventures         (need hours, photo and price)
Saturday, October 28 • 6-10pm
Come by for haunted trains, trick or treat stations, monster movies, a Link ride & more! GenAdm $10, Child 2&under/Free. Gold Coast RR Museum, 12450 SW 152 St. Miami. 305-253-0063. www.gcrm.org

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Miami Seaquarium
Monster Splash – A Daytime Bash
Saturday & Sunday, October 28 & 29 • 11am–4pm
Little ghosts & goblins get set for big fun at Miami’s biggest kid-friendly Halloween Extravaganza with more ghoulish treats & ghostly fun than ever before. This year’s event features trick-or-treating at Sharky’s Sweet Tooth Stations, & the only place in Miami to enjoy Halloween themed marine animal shows. A safe Halloween alternative for kids & their families. Includes the All NEW Flipper’s Fall Fest’s activities. Adult/$45, Child(3–9)/$35. SAVE 50% when you buy online (code:FAMILY50). 4400 Rickenbacker Cswy. Miami. 305-361-5705 x225. www.miamiseaquarium.com/flippersfallfest

Zoo Miami
Zoo Boo
Saturday & Sunday, October 28 & 29 • 11am–4pm
Zoo Boo is one of SoFla’s premier Halloween events where there’s something for everyone. Included w/Zoo admission, families & kids(12&under) are invited to trick-or-treat in costumes, participate in costume contests, watch special performances & more! Plus, watch & enjoy as the animals get a special Halloween treat of their own! Music & games with fun prizes will be provided by 97.3 The Hits. Save time by purchasing your tickets online! Adult(13+)/$22, Child (3–12)/$18, Child(2&under)/Members/Free. 12400 SW 152 St. Miami. 305-251-0400. www.zoomiami.org

Pinecrest Gardens
Howl-O-Ween Festival
Sunday, October 29 • 12–5pm
The Gardens will become haunted by four-legged ghouls & their scary human companions. The event will feature tricks & treats, a costume contest, a Doggie Fun Zone Agility course, food, drinks, live entertainment, a spooky Kids’ Zone & pumpkin patch photos & other activities. Best of all, Paws 4 You will have adoptable dogs at the event. GenAdm/$5, Child (under 2)/Members/Free. 11000 Red Rd. Pinecrest. 305-669-6990. www.paws4you.org

Fairchild Gardens
Trunk ’N Treat
Sunday, October 29 • 10:30am–5:30pmbats
Join for a day of fall fun as we welcome Cars in the Garden, with a Halloween twist! Trick-or-treat thru the cars, see how the cars & their owners dress up, or stay for the car parade at 4pm to see the cars parade out of the Garden in their costumes! Kids, check out the worms on display, go trunk or treating, & get your hands dirty with some hands-on stuff to make. Call to register your car! Adult/$25, Child(6–17)/$12, Child(5&Under)/Member/Free. 10901Old Cutler Rd. Coral Gables. 305-667-1651. www.fairchildgarden.org

Miami Children’s Museum
Mini Monster Monday
Monday, October 30 • 10am–6pm
BOO! It’s Halloween at MCM & time to celebrate with the mini-est of our guests. Ages: Infant–5yrs. Dress up in the cutest or spookiest of costumes, trick-or-treat at 12 & 3:30pm & join in the regular Mini Monday play based activities with a creepy twist. GenAdm/$20, Fla. res/$15, Child(under 1) /Members & Veterans/Free. 980 MacArthur Cswy. Miami. 305-373-5437. www.miamichildrensmuseum.org

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Howl-o-ween at Fairchild
Tuesday, October 31 • 9:30am–4:30pm
Guests can enjoy the Garden with their dogs as they parade thru Fairchild’s lush surroundings all the while showing off their Halloween costumes. Guests & their dog can hop on any tram ride! Adult/$25, Child(6–17)/$12, Child (5&Under)/ Member/Free. 10901 Old Cutler Rd. Coral Gables. 305-667-1651. For rules & liability form(required) visit www.fairchildgarden.org

batsCoral Gables
Halloween on the Mile & Doggie Costume Contest
Tuesday, October 31 • 4–7pm
Trick-or-Treating along Miracle Mile & its adjacent streets, It’s time once again to begin crafting those costumes because Halloween on the Mile is back! Events include 4:30pm: Storytime at Books & Books (265 Aragon), 5pm: Kiddie Costume Contest at the Miracle Theatre (280  Miracle Mile), 6pm: Doggie Costume Contest on the Plaza at the Coral Gables Museum (285 Aragon) & more! Call 305-569-0311 or visit www.shopcoralgables.com for more info.

Miami Children’s Museum
MiChiMu’s Halloween
Tuesday, October 31 • 10am–6pm
Celebrate Halloween at MCM in your favorite costumes! Create some creepy crafts, play ghostly games & walk thru a Haunted House. Partake in some spooky science experiments &, of course, trick-or-treating! GenAdm/$20, Fla. res/$15, Child(under1)/Members & Veterans/Free. 980 MacArthur Cswy. Miami. 305-373-5437.
www.miamichildrensmuseum.org

International Mall
Kidgit’s Boo Bash
Monday, October 31Macy’s Men’s Court • 4–6pm • Mall Wide Trick or Treat • 6–8pm • FREE
Kids 12&under are welcome to put on the spookiest costume & come party for Halloween! No toy weapons or masks allowed. Costumes should be worn only during event hours. Info on how to become a Kidgit’s member free at the Guest Services booth. 1455 NW 107 Ave. Doral. 305-593-1777. www.simon.com

Dadeland Mall
Mall-O-Ween
Monday, October 31 • 5–7pm
Ghouls & Goblins 12&under are invited to attend the annual Trick-or-Treat in the Mall at Guest Services & participating stores. A safe well-lit environment to grab some goodies. 7535 N. Kendall Dr. Miami. 305-665-6227. www.simon.com

The Falls
Halloween Kidgits Spooktacular
Tuesday, October 31 • 4–7pm
Bring your little ones in their cool costumes for some spooky fun. Music & entertainment, giveaways, arts & crafts, scavenger hunt & more! Free. Kidgits members will receive a goodie bag. Sign up for membership free at Guest Services or Center Court at the event. 8888 SW 136 St. Miami. 305-255-4570. www.simon.com

Southland Mall
Halloween Trick or Treat
Monday, October 31 • 4–6pm
Halloween goodie bags will be distributed to the kiddos while supplies last. Location: fountain area near TJ Maxx. 20505 S Dixie Hwy. Miami. 305-235-8880. www.mysouthlandmall.com/events

Dolphin Mall
Spooktacular Halloween Party
Tuesday, October 31 • 5:30–9:30pm
Wicked fun events include trick-or-treat, music & games, face painting, boo-loon artist, boo-you magician, & costume contest. 11401 NW 12 St. Miami. 305-365-7446. www.shopdolphinmall.com

Evelyn Greer Park
Track or Treat
Tuesday, October 31 • 5–7pm
The Track or Treat Halloween Festival is a safe & fun alternative to the traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating. Visit some of So. Dade’s “Monster” Merchants around the track who will give away treats & fun goodies to all ghosts, goblins & friends. Everyone encouraged to come in costume. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian & come prepared with a trick-or-treat bag. Free. 8200 SW 124 St. Pinecrest. 305-284-0900.

batsCity of North Miami Beach
Monster Mash Bash
Tuesday, October 31 • 6–10pm
A safe Halloween event without the tricks, just the treats. Activities include bounce houses, rides, haunted tours, costume contests, candy, & music. There will also be food & drinks on sale. Free. Patricia A. Mishcon Athletic Field, 16601 NE 15 Ave. N. Miami Beach. 305-948-2957. www.citynmb.com

Coral Gables Youth Center
Haunted House
Tuesday, October 31 • 6:30–10pm
Nightmare at 405 Guided tour thru the scary rooms. Ages 5&up. $4/pp. Get your pre-sale tickets starting Oct. 5 at the Center (M–F: 8am–8pm). 405 University Dr. Coral Gables. 305-460-5600. www.coralgables.com

City Of South Miami
Safe Streets Halloween
Tuesday, October 31 • 4–7pm
Enjoy a safe & spooky night out in South Miami as businesses & Shoppes @ Sunset Place hand out candy to all the little ghosts & goblins trick-or-treating. Music, games. Free. Sunset Dr. (SW 72 St.)from US-1 to Red Rd. (SW 57 Ave ). 305-668-3873. www.southmiamifl.gov.

Pembroke Pines Dog Park
Bow Wow Ween
Saturday, October 7 • 9am–1pm
Prepare yourselves for a Paw-sitively good time! Just for dogs costume contest for all sizes & different categories, games, prizes, & pet related vendors. Regis. req. & walk-ins welcome. Free. 9751 Johnson St. Pembroke Pines. 954-392-2116. www.ppines.com

Quiet Waters Park
Barktoberfest
Saturday & Sunday, October 7 & 8 • 9am–3pm
Doggie splash time ($5/dog/50minutes), rescue & non-profit groups, adoptions & doggie marketplace, kiddie bounce houses, face painting, costume contest. Park fee $1.50pp(child 5&under/free). 401 S. Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach. 954-357-5100.

Easterlin Park
Family Hayride & Campfire Series
Friday, October 13 • 7–9:30pm
Enjoy a hayride around the park & a marshmallow roast around a campfire. Advance tickets & regis. req. Purchase at park office, online at Webtrac.Broward.org, or by phone. 954-357-5190. $3.50/pp/(3yrs&up) for 1 hayride & 1 bag of s’mores fixings. 1000 NW 38 St. Oakland Park.

batsFlamingo Gardens
Harvest Festival
Saturdays & Sundays, • 9:30am–4:30pm.
Oct. 7 & 8, Scarecrow Competition
Oct. 14 & 15, Fairytale Weekend
Oct. 21 & 22, Superheroes Weekend
Oct. 28 & 29, Story Time Weekend
Expanded to 4 weekends. Will feature free hayrides from 10am–4pm, live entertainment, a pumpkin patch & free decorating station, music, crafts, games, contests, & more. Each
weekend will feature a different theme so dress in costume to win prizes! HALF-PRICE WEEKENDS! 12&Up/$9.95, Child(3–11)/$6.45, Members & Child(2&under)/Free. 3750 S. Flamingo Rd. Davie. 954-473-2955. Visit www.flamingogardens.org for full schedule & list of activities.

Tamarac Park
Halloween Hoopla
Friday, October 20 • 6–8pm
Fall into family fun with the City of Tamarac! Enjoy a spooky evening of fun with rides & carnival games, music, arts & crafts, & prizes. Free admission. 7501 N. University Dr. Tamarac. 954-597-3674. www.tamarac.org

TY Park
Family Hayride & Campfire Series
Friday, October 20 • 6–9pm
Enjoy a hayride around the park & a marshmallow roast around a campfire. Advance tickets & regis. req. Purchase at park office or call 954-357-8811. $3.50/pp/(3&up) for 1 hayride &1 bag of fixings for s’mores. Cash only. 3300 N. Park Rd. Hollywood.

Pioneer Park
Fall Festival
Saturday, October 21, 3–7pm
Festive fun for the family! Pick out the perfect pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, run through a hay maze, live
music, storyteller, petting zoo, hay rides, photo zones, face painting, bounce house, arts & crafts. Food & drinks
for purchase. Free. 501 NE Eller St. Deerfield Beach. 954-480-4429. www.deerfield-beach.com

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Palm Beach Zoo
Boo at the Zoo
Fridays–Sundays, October 20–22 & 27-29 • 10am–4pm ea. day, & Oct 20-21 from 5–9pm
A fun, safe, not-so-scary Halloween experience for your kids! Trick-or-Treating, Costume Character Meet-N-Greets, Pumpkin Decorating, Haystack Hunt, Kids Costume Contests, Kids DJ & more. 1301 Summit Blvd. 561-547-9453. www.palmbeachzoo.org

Volunteer Park
Halloween & Safety Festival
Saturday, October 21 • 10am–2pm
Fun for the whole family! Children’s carnival, fun zone, pony rides, costume contests, DJ, games & activities, family hay ride, fire & police exhibits, Free Halloween photos, pumpkin patch, & puppet show. $5/pp, Child(under 2)/Free. 12050 W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation. 954-452-2502. www.plantation.org

Anne Kolb Nature Center
Hallo-Green
Saturday, October 21 • 11am–3pm
Celebrate Halloween a “green way” with environmentally friendly activities, games, arts, & crafts. All ages. $2/pp. 751 Sheridan St. Hollywood. 954-357-5161.

Pembroke Pines SW Focal Point Community Center
Halloween Tea Party
Wednesday, October 25 • 2–4pm
Enjoy a spooky array of tea sandwiches, decadent desserts & assorted teas! Ages 18&up. $18/pp res. req. 954-450-6888. 301 NW 103 Ave. Pembroke Pines. www.ppines.com

Riverland Park
Riverland Halloween Party
Wednesday, October 25, 6–8pm
Spooky night of fun with the entire family, including games, arts & crafts, cooking, decorating, refreshments, & more. 950 SW 27 Ave. Fort Lauderdale. www.fortlauderdale.gov/halloween

BatBass Park
Spooky Halloween Dance Party
Thursday, October 26, 6:30-8:30pm
Spookiest dance party in town is a chilling night of haunted fun! Free event with spooky games, craft projects, scrumptious food, great music & more! 2750 NW 19 St. Fort Lauderdale. www.fortlauderdale.gov/halloween

Wilton Manors Elementary School
Halloween Spooktackular
Thursday, October 26 • 6-9pm
This year’s event will include costume contests, food, games, cake walk, & hay rides. FREE. 2401 NE Third Ave. Wilton Manors. 954-390-2130.

Lauderdale Manors Park
Spooky Dance Party
Friday, October 27, 6:30-8:30pm
Spooktacular Dance Party! Children are welcome to enjoy a spooky night of games, food, great music, & dancing. 1340 Chateau Park Dr. Fort Lauderdale. www.fortlauderdale.gov/halloween

Community Park
Boo Bash
Friday, October 27, 5–9pm
Scare up some fun in costume at the pumpkin patch costume contest, carnival, inflatable rides, un-boolievable
performers, DJ music, howlin’ haunted bus & ghostly games. Free. 850 NE 18 Ave. Pompano Beach. 954-786-4111 www.pompanobeachfl.gov

Quiet Waters Park
Family Hayride & Campfire Series
Friday, October 27 • 7–9:30pm
Enjoy a hayride around the park & a marshmallow roast around a campfire. Advance tickets & regis. req. Purchase at park office, online at Webtrac.Broward.org, or call 954-357-5100. $3.50/pp/(ages 3&up) for 1 hayride & 1 bag of s’mores fixings. Shelter #10, 401 South Powerline Rd. Deerfield Beach.

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Ghosts & Goblins Family Fun Night
Friday, October 27 • 6–8pm
Activities for children 2–11 include a costume parade, games, arts & crafts (fee), photos in the Pumpkin Patch (fee), & age-appropriate story time. Refreshments available for purchase. Free adm. 201 Lyons Rd. S. Coconut Creek. 954-357-5198.

Miramar Town Center
Hallo Eve
Friday, October 27, 5–9pm
Come out in your favorite costumes & bring your bags for treats from local vendors & City staff. Fun for everyone! Free. 2300 Civic Center Place. Miramar 954-602-3325

Music on Main Street
Halloween Bash
Friday, October 27, 6–10pm
Costume contest, Trunk & Treat activities, food trucks, live entertainment by Pan Paradise (Calypso/Soca Reggae Steel Drum Band) & lots other ghoulish surprises. Free. 3650 NE 12 Ave. Oakland Park. 954-630-4251.
www.oaklandparkfl.gov

Coral Springs Gymnasium
Halloween Haunted House
Friday, October 27, 5–8pm • Saturday, October 28, 2–7pm
Bring your superheroes, princesses & cartoon characters to our family-friendly Halloween Haunted House. Wander
through a non-scary haunted house. Play on bounce houses & slides. Trick-or-Treaters will get candy as they leave. Child/$5, Adult/$2. Age appropriate thru 5th grade. 2501 Coral Springs Dr. Coral Springs. 954-345-2200. www.coralsprings.org

Long Key Nature Center
Trick or Treat Thru the Trees
Friday & Saturday, October 27 & 28 • 6–9pm
Halloween-themed games, activities, & craft projects. Then join a naturalist on a trick-or- treat adventure thru the forest. One trail features mildly scary thrills, the other trail features scare-free fun. Pre-regis. req. For ages 12&under. $5/pp. 3501 SW 130 Ave. Davie. 954-357-8797.

Croissant Park
Annual Halloween Party
Saturday, October 28, 4–6pm
Family fun activities, games, contests, prizes & food will bring mask-popping smiles to everyone’s faces! 245 W Park Dr. Fort Lauderdale. www.fortlauderdale.gov/halloween

batsDowntown Hollywood
Hollyweird Halloween Block Party 3
Saturday, October 28, 6pm–2am
Hollyweird Halloween features family friendly entertainment from 6-9pm, including trick or treating, live music, candy stations, playground, balloon twisters, face painting, and a children’s costume contest with prizes. From 9pm–2am, the party continues with live bands, outdoor bars & adult costume contests with prizes. Hollywood Boulevard in Downtown Hollywood

Mills Pond Park
Fall Fest
Saturday, October 28, 3–6pm
Celebrate fall with a family festival full of wagon rides, carnival games, arts & crafts, & a haunted house. 2201 NW 9 Ave, Fort Lauderdale. www.fortlauderdale.gov/halloween

Robbins Lodge
Halloween Happenings
Saturday, October 28 • 1–5pm
Free: Zombie fun run, bounce houses, spooky music, petting farm, hayrides, train rides, games, & a Halloween costume contest at 4pm. For a fee: halloween pumpkin patch, snacks, food & haunted house. 954-797-1181. 4005 Hiatus Rd. Davie. www.davie-fl.gov

Riverwalk & Esplanade Park
Trick-or-Treat on 2nd Street
Saturday, October 28 • 1–5pm
A free Spooktacular Event for the whole family with bounce houses, carnival games, face painting, yummy Halloween treats & more! Kid & Pet Costume Parade starts at 4pm. Across from MODS, 400 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale. 954-828-5363. www.fortlauderdale.gov

Cooper City Plaza Shopping Center
Trick-or-Treat Shop-to-Shop
Saturday, October 28, 10am–Noon
A fun morning of trick-or-treat plus a costume contest! Infant thru 8th grade children. Free. 9900 Griffin Rd.
Cooper City. 954-434-4300×233. www.coopercityfl.org

Pines Recreation Center
Boo-ville Halloween Event
Saturday, October 28 • 6–9pm
You will have a “FANG”-tastic time with the family. Be part of Costume Contest, Rides, Pumpkin Patch, Trick or Treat stations, moonlight movies & many spooky holiday
fun activities. Tickets required for children 17&under/($2/ticket) on sale at 4pm day of & gate opens: 6pm. 7400 Pines Blvd. Pembroke Pines. 954-392-2116. www.ppines.com

Secret Woods Nature Center
A Creature’s Trick or Treat
Sunday, October 29 • 5-7pm
Children 2&up. $5pp. 2701 W. State Rd. 84. Dania Beach. 954-357-8884.

TY Park
Halloween Spooktacular 5K
Sunday, October 29 • 7:30am
For all ages. Youth Mile/$5, Kid’s Dash/$5, 5K Walk or Run/$30/$15(19&younger). Register in person or online. Pavilion #5, 3300 N. Park Rd. Hollywood. 954-461-5515. www.gflrrc.org

Weston Town Center
Halloween Spooktacular
Tuesday, October 31, 5–9pm
Thousands of residents dressed in their Halloween costumes attend this event. 1675 Market St. 954-349-5900.

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Gulfstream Park
Not So Spooky Halloween
Tuesday, October 31 • 5–8pm
Free family fun, live DJ, magic show, trick or treating, face painting & interactive games. Champions Plaza, 901 S Federal Hwy. Hallandale Beach. 954-454-7000. www.gulfstreampark.com

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