Community Round-Up: Halloween To-Boos Across Alabama
‘Tis the season for fall, family, fun… and lots of pumpkin spice. 🙂
In case you’re not sure where to get festive, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the most popular fall and Halloween events across our great state!
AgriPhobia now through October 31st
Put on your brave face, and get ready for a journey through your darkest fears. You can learn more here.
The Great Pumpkin Patch from now until October 31st
The Pumpkin Patch of Hayden is in full-swing! With hours listed for each weekday and weekend, there’s ample time to go and get into the fall spirit! You can learn more here.
McWane Center’s After Dark: Mad Science on Friday, October 13th
Come dressed in costume for “spine-tingling science,” activities and music throughout the night! You can learn more here.
Blountsville Harvest Festival on October 14th
This annual Harvest Festival will feature arts and crafts, food, vintage tractors and more! You can learn more here.
Boo at the Birmingham Zoo on October 15th-31st
Boo at the Zoo is back for 12 nights this year, where families can enjoy games, storytelling, wildlife shows and more! You can learn more here.
Desoto Caverns’ Tomb of the Risen Dead on October 6th-28th
Tomb of the Risen Dead is “spooky fun for everyone!” The event will take place every Friday and Saturday from Oct. 6-28th. You can learn more here.
Covered Bridge Arts & Music Fest on October 28th
Join the festival that “feeds your appetite, your hunger for music and taste for fun!” You can learn more here.
Nightmare on Swamp Street on October 28th
Right after the Covered Bridge Festival ends, you’re invited to come to SwampTails Restaurant for live music, a costume contest and more! You can learn more here.
Homewood Park’s Homewood Witches Ride on October 29th
Join the pack of witchy-women-riders cruising through the streets of Homewood and dressed in their best hats, cloaks and grins! You can learn more here.
Monsters on Main on October 30th
Come hang at the candy stations, join in the costume contests and shop the local vendors! You can learn more here.
Dia de los Muertos Festival at Pepper Place on November 2nd
In case post-Halloween festivities are more your style, Pepper Place will host a Day of the Dead Festival! You can learn more here.
We hope you check these out, and keep an eye on the schools, churches, parks and libraries in your area for more local, seasonal events!