Happy Halloween week!
All the costumed excitement may be too much to handle!
Here are some of the most exciting events in Edmond and OKC for the whole family (and some just for the adults!)
Monday, OCTOBER 29:
Storybook Forest out at Arcadia Lake:
Storybook Forest is geared for kids 10 & under and allows them to meet Storybook characters in scenes from their favorite fables, a hayride, game area, and a campfire setting perfect for roasting marshmallows and drinking hot chocolate! The fun starts at 5:30 Monday the 29th and Tuesday the 30th and is $8 per child (Parents are free when accompanying a child).
Costumes are encouraged! Find out more here.
Brick or Treat in Bricktown:
Wednesday, OCTOBER 31, Halloween:
The city of Edmond is officially celebrating trick or treating on Wednesday evening. Parents are asked to have their kiddos start in the early afternoon and finish up before dark. If you’re participating, don’t forget to have your porch and exterior lights on and a big bucket of candy!
Other celebrations are happening around town as well:
A Trick-or-Treat celebration at Northpark Mall Select stores will be handing out candy. Costumes encouraged!. 3 – 5 p.m.
A Trunk or Treat fest at Edmond First Baptist Church (1300 E 33rd St, Edmond) features a family-friendly night of fall fun including carnival games, decorated trunks and trunk-or-treating. Costumes encouraged but not required. 6 – 7:30 p.m.
This one sounds fun:
A Halloween Shindig at Skeletons Museum of Osteology (10301 S Sunnylane Rd) features a spooky, but not too spooky party with scavenger hunts, owl pellet dissection station, Halloween-themed crafts, live animals provided by the Zoo from 6-7:30 p.m. and trick-or-treating stations.
Costumes encouraged. $6; dissection kits, $5. 6 – 9 p.m.
Edgar Cruz with Richard Smith will be tearing up the Jazz Lab starting at 7:30!
Tickets are $20. Find out more about the event here, or call 405-974-2100 to reserve tickets!
Thursday, NOVEMBER 1:
Dia De Los Muertos celebration at UCO!
The Hispanic American Student Association brings you interactive and festive performances, free food and prizes as they celebrate the “Day of the Dead”
The event will take place 6pm-9pm at NUC Ballrooms. Find out more here.
Saturday, NOVEMBER 3:
FREE Family Fall Festival at Chick-fil-A on 2nd! This belated Halloween celebration will feature games, a costume contest and other pumpkin-themed activities.
Wear your best costume and you just might win a prize! 5 – 7 p.m. Find out more here.
Sunday, NOVEMBER 4:
Join the Edmond Historical Society as they have a spooky 1940s Radio Performance at the Rodkey House!
For more information, click here.
I know I didn’t list all the events this week, so be sure to watch the City of Edmond and the City of Oklahoma City’s facebook pages for more excitement!
So much to choose from, so little time! Enjoy your holiday and have a safe week!
(Eat an extra piece of candy for me!)