Your Halloween To-Do List

Children painting pumpkins for Halloween outside at Lincoln State Park

Grab your costumes and mark your calendars… here’s what’s happening for Halloween! 

Thursday, October 22 

Gather your goul-friends for a frighteningly fun Gouls Night Out! Corner House Bed & Breakfast is hosting an evening of bracelet-making, giveaways, wine, food, and more. 

Friday, October 23 

It’s fright night at St. Peter’s Church Haunted House. Younger kids can enjoy trick-or-treating from 6:00 – 7:00 pm CT. Then the scares start for the older kids and adults at 7:00 pm CT. 

Saturday, October 24 

The scares continue at St. Peter’s Church Haunted House on Saturday night, too. And it gets even scarier at Pumpkins and More Farm Market… if you dare to enter the Haunted Barn! 

Like the “treat” part of Halloween more than the “tricks”? Head to the Harvest Party at Monkey Hollow Winery and Distillery for all-day live music, reduced-priced dinners made to order, and more fall fun. 

Want to paint a pumpkin? Get creative at the Friends Fall Frolic at Lincoln State Park! 

How about some digital Halloween fun? Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari closes out Kitty’s Digital HoliWeen with games, activities, and the chance to win an amazing prize! 

Sunday, October 25 

Pumpkins and More Farm Market is the place to be! The Haunted Barn is open for afternoon scares. Kids Days continue with family-friendly activities like hayrides, pumpkin bowling, and more. And the Craft Show welcomes a variety of vendors offering locally made wares. 

Friday, October 30, and Saturday, October 31 

Wrap up Halloween with a trip to the St. Peter’s Church Haunted House on Friday or Saturday night. And be sure to take one last chance at pumpkin painting this season during the Fall Fun Fest at Lincoln State Park. 

Halloween Mask Up 

You probably have your scary, funny, or silly Halloween mask picked out already. But don’t forget to add another mask to your costume—the protective kind that covers your nose and mouth! Indiana requires face coverings be worn in public indoor spaces and in outdoor spaces where social distancing isn’t possible. 

Frequent hand washing and/or hand sanitizing should also be part of your plans. Let’s make sure this is a safe and happy Halloween for all!    

What’s Happening Next? 

Watch our Events page to see what’s coming up on the calendar, including the Christmas festivities happening throughout the area!  

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