Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, October 10th -27th 2013
South Florida Fairgrounds
Whether you want to scare or be scared, we have a place for you. There is something for everyone here...even the faint of heart.
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Oct 18 to 31, 2010 6:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Yesteryear Village at the South Florida Fairgrounds
Something special is brewing! Spookyville, an old fashion Halloween for families and children 14 and under, offers a full night of safe trick or treats, expanded rides and games, food and drink, arts and crafts and new this year: Spooky House! Yesteryear Village’s 20 historic buildings will come alive with costumed volunteers offering treats and big smiles to the little ones. Wear your costume and compete for prizes. Bring an appetite as there will be food, drink and maybe even some witches’ potion. It’s a throwback to the traditional days of family Halloweens in a fun, secure and family friendly environment.
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October 18th @ 2 PM- 7 PM
Come join us for a not-so-scary River Monsters themed Halloween Party at the River Center! There will be games, snacks, hay rides, costume contests, crafts, prizes, and much more! The cost of this spooktacular event is a donation of $5 per child!
October 25, 2013, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Jupiter Community Center, 200 Military Trail
All activities are free! Mark your calendars to join your fellow resident ghosts, princesses, monsters, & superheroes at the Jupiter Community Center (200 Military Trail) for a creepy evening of fun! Activities will include inflatable bounce houses, candy, music, prizes, games, a flashlight Egg Haunt and more. Don't forget to BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) to collect candy and other fun stuff!
October 28 @ 6:30-8:30
It is that time of year again, the Nature Center will host its annual Creepy Creature Feature. This year's theme will be snakes. There will be a special snake presentation, as well as crafts, games, and refreshments. Reservations are required, $3.00 per person. Space is limited!
Lions & Zombies & Bears, Oh My!
There are some things in life that you just have to do. Breathing, eating, watching beautiful sunrises/sunsets and experiencing the 1st Annual Lake Worth Monster Mash. It's going to be monsterlicious fun itself and you have the opportunity to get in on the madness. On October 26th, 2013 at 6 PM the City of Lake Worth will be overrun by maraudung zombies, clowns, disco divas, saints 'n sinners and everything else in between. The event has two parts: Part I – The Kids' Crawl Events – a family friendly romp that is sure to please even the 'big kids' out there. Experience the community-centered Haunted Village sponsored by Coastline Realty; enjoy face painting, music, a circus act, puppet shows, trick or treating, outdoor movies, costume contests, food, fun and the start of a spooktacular tradition in Lake Worth. The fun starts at the Lake Worth Cultural Plaza, runs from 6 PM – 8 PM and admission is FREE. Part II: The Pub Crawl and After Hour Crawl. It's part canival, part Halloween pub crawl, part adult trick or treating, part insane asylum for the funtastically inclined. Whether you stick to the Zombie Rampage section of town (Lake Ave from J Street to Dixie Highway) or trick your way across the other 5 sections (Disco Fever, Saints n Sinners, Clown Town, Monster Mash) you are bound to find more fun than you know what to do with.
Tickets are only $15 (pre-event)/$20 (day of event) and entitle you to “gimmes” (treats from participating bars such as shots, shooters, snacks, etc.) and drink specials that are ONLY available to ticket holders. Registration starts at South Shores Tavern (502 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth Fl. 33460). Partipants receive a wristband and map that will open the doors to this little funhouse right in the heart of downtowon Lake Worth. Participating bars/establishments include: South Shores Tavern, Rhum Shak, Rudy's Standup Saloon, Speakeasy Lounge, Brogues Downunder, Dave's Last Resort & Raw Bar, Igot's Martiki Bar, Little Munich, Havana Hideout. Super family friendly stops are Trinkets & Treasures, Studio 205 among others.
The 'big kids' can also get in on the face painting and trick or treating and can take part in a number of “incidents” including a Monster Mash Family Feud show, costume contests, a flash mob, raffles, prizes, live music, food, fun and more. If that wasn't enough, Beach Zombie Rampage: Kick'n it in the LDUB will also be doing additional filming for its campy, fun, 3D community based movie. Another chance for you to be a zombie star. Proceeds from ticket and shirt sales benefit The Redtrunks (a local water safety & swim program), Lake Worth High arts programs (t-shirt designs by LW High art students), and production of the LDUB community-based Beach Zombie Rampage production.
For more information, ticket locations are available www.lwmonstermash.com or www.facebook.com/lwmonstermash. You may also contact Keiran O'Shay at 772.261.4360 or email at brains@BeachZombieRampage.com Sponsored by the Downtown Jewel Neighborhood Association, DCA, LULA, CRA, Rhum Shak, Speakeasy Lounge, Brogues Downunder, Rudy's Saloon, Lake Worth Herald, Trinkets & Treasures, Due South, Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce, Beach Zombie Rampage, Sandbar Massage, South Shores Tavern, Studio 205, The RedTrunks, Sticky Business Signs & Grafix, Studio 205, Dave's Last Resort & Raw Bar, Igot's Martiki Bar, Havana Hideout and Little Munich, LakeWorth Playhouse, Unknown Boutique.
The Boynton Beach City Library is presenting its 5th Annual Fall Family Festival on Tuesday, October 22, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Fall Family Festival is for all ages and will feature activities directed by Mr. Thom, Education Manager, Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center, such as a mummy wrap, arts and crafts and snacks.
This event is FREE of charge due to the generous support of our sponsor Friends of the Boynton Beach City Library.
A complete list of programs, for all ages, is available at the Boynton Beach City Library or onwww.boyntonlibrary.org. This program is free and open to the public.