50 Halloween 2014 events function in metro Phoenix

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Get in a mood for Halloween with these events around metro Phoenix:

Hallowe’en 1930s Style

Visit a Sahuaro Ranch Park Historic Area to learn how Halloween competence have been distinguished in a 1930s. The Main House will be flashy as it competence have been for a dress party, and games from that epoch will be played. In one game, a blindfolded lady could learn her destiny by dipping her palm in one of 3 bowls to establish either she will be a spinster, have a long, happy married life or breeze adult divorced or widowed. Tours of a Main House are included.

Details: Oct. 2-Nov. 2. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays; 1-4 p.m. Sundays. 9802 N. 59th Ave., Glendale. Free. 623-930-4201, www.glendaleaz.com/srpha.

‘Monsters Menagerie’

A 15-foot black-widow spider greets we as we enter a Alwun House, a 100-year-old two-story bungalow. View a organisation vaunt of blood-curdling creations, scurrilous noir fantasies and other unworldly and horrible art in a accumulation of media. Meet a artists and suffer celebration and refreshments during a First Friday opening 7-10 p.m. Oct. 3.

Details: Noon-6 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays Oct. 3-31. Alwun House, 1204 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix. Free. 602-253-7887, alwunhouse.org.

The Science and Technology Behind Ghost Hunting

Adults and teenagers can join Lindsay Brown and Shawn Bechtel from a Ghosts of Arizona Paranormal Society as they plead a scholarship and record used when conducting investigations. See equipment, hear an reason of how it works and listen as they share some of their evidence. They’ll also share ways they’ve debunked paranormal claims tied to reported hauntings.

Details: 1-2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4. Glendale Main Library, 5959 W. Brown St. Free. 623-930-3573, www.glendaleaz.com/library.

Safety Seminar

The new Toys and Playtime Oasis during a Doll House and Toy Store will offer a giveaway convention on how to keep children protected during Halloween festivities. Arizona Childproofers will share tips and recommendation on such topics as costumes, candy and parties.

Details: 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16. 13802 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Free; allege registration requested. 480-948-4630, azdollhouse.com.

Scary, Scaly Overnight during a Museum

Kids can suffer an eve of soft games and scaly crafts, see bats, snakes, slippery frogs and weird bugs, and afterwards spend a night during a Arizona Museum of Natural History. There will be a movie, some not-too-scary stories and a snack. Costumes with a scary-scaly thesis are encouraged. For ages 6-12 with an adult age 21 or older.

Details: 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17. 53 N. Macdonald, Mesa. $45, $35 for members; registration required. 480-644-3553, facebook.com/azmnh1/events.

Goofy Ghost Walk

Cut some holes in a piece and join Ranger B during a Nature Center for a quarter-mile night travel by a desert. Finish adult with funny-spooky stories around a bonfire in a amphitheater and some games, snacks and drinks. “Ghost Rangers” will decider a best child, teen and adult homemade bed-sheet costumes. Please remember your flashlight and closed-toe shoes.

Details: 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. Usery Mountain Regional Park, 3939 N. Usery Pass Road, Mesa. $6 per car. 480-984-0032, maricopa.gov/parks.

Boo! during a Zoo

This annual eventuality during a Phoenix Zoo has been stretched to a seven-day festival this year. Included are pumpkin patches, a scavenger hunt, scarecrow straw maze, Monster Midway and a “click or treat” print trail. Zoo animals will once again suffer Pumpkin Stomp Chomps.

Details: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Sunday, Oct. 20-26. 455 N. Galvin Parkway. $14-$20; giveaway for age 2 or younger and members. Discounts are available. 602-273-1341, phoenixzoo.org/events.

Family Fright Night

The charcterised G-rated film “Monsters University,” featuring a voices of Billy Crystal and John Goodman, will be shown in a courtyard. There will be fair games, a cake walk, face portrayal from 6 to 7 p.m. Get a giveaway cut of pizza while reserve last.

Details: 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23. Washington Activity Center, 2240 W. Citrus Way, Phoenix. Free. 602-262-6971, phoenix.gov/parks.

Two Spooky Show Thursday

National Comedy Theatre’s unchanging two-show Thursday will take on a Halloween thesis Oct. 23. The assembly will yield suggestions for an improv comedy uncover to flog things off. A thespian scripted reading of “Ernest Scared Stupid” will follow.

Details: 7:30 Thursday, Oct. 23. 1111 S. Longmore, Mesa. $8. 602-374-5638, nctphoenix.com/showtimes.html.

The Great Pumpkin Festival

Live music, a hay-bale maze, petting zoo and fair games will be among a attractions featured during a Desert Botanical Garden. Take a grain float to a pumpkin patch and let kids 12 or younger name a giveaway pumpkin to take home. Country and Western entertainers will perform and food and Harvest Market apparatus will be sold.

Details: Oct. 23-26. 8:30 a.m.-noon Thursday-Friday; 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. $22; $20 for age 60 or older; $12 for ages 13-18; $10 for ages 3-12; giveaway for age 3 or younger. 480-481-8188, dbg.org.

Halloween Harvest Festival

Bill Gentry Park in El Mirage will offer families a dress competition for kids of all ages, moonlit grain rides, rebound houses, a pumpkin-decorating station, humanities and crafts area, petting zoo and photos with a Nestle rabbit. There will be music, face painting, food vendors, balloon rambling and candy giveaways, and a giveaway pumpkin will go to a initial 250 children.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. 14010 N. El Mirage Road. Free. 623-876-2942, cityofelmirage.org/events.

Neighborhood Halloween Event

Bring costumed kids age 10 or younger for Halloween-themed children’s activities, including a dress walk, fair games, humanities and crafts, and face painting. Children will accept candy, and sight rides will be permitted for a favoured fee.

Details: 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. Foothills Recreation and Aquatics Center, 5600 W. Union Hills Drive, Glendale. $5; $4 for Glendale residents; giveaway for parents. 623-930-4610, www.glendaleaz.com/foothillscenter.

Scare Fare

Enjoy giveaway fair games, song and $1 concessions with your small ones. Kids 6 or comparison who wish some-more frightful fun can try a condemned house.

Details: 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. Desert West Community Center, 6501 W. Virginia Ave., Phoenix. $1 condemned house; $1 concessions. 602-495-3700, phoenix.gov/parks.

Pumpkins during a Peak

Ghouls, ghosts, jack-o’-lanterns and goblins assistance emanate a frightful tumble fair for families with happening tellers, face portrayal and some-more than 20 activity and qualification booths. Costumes are encouraged. Canned-food donations advantage St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.

Details: 5-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. River Ranch during Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort, 7677 N. 16th St., Phoenix. $5 or dual cans of food. 800-947-9784. squawpeakhilton.com.

Time Out for a Arts: Phantom Night

Classic Halloween song will fill Pinnacle Presbyterian Church during this annual Time Out for a Arts program. Soloists from Pinnacle Chancel Choir will perform selections from a Broadway uncover “The Phantom of a Opera” and frightful tunes will be played on a church’s Richards, Fowkes Co. siren organ by “The Phantom of a Organ.”

Details: 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, 25150 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale. Free. 480-585-9448, pinnacleconcerts.org.

Halloween Family Fun

Take kids to Scottsdale Towne Square during a northwestern dilemma of Scottsdale and Thunderbird roads for an afternoon of protected Halloween activities. There will be balloon artists, and children can trick-or-treat from store to store, get a frightful braid or have their hair braided. Stop in during Toys Playtime Oasis to accommodate Princess Belle and a Cat in a Hat. See Spider-man during AZ Air Time.

Details: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. AZ 13802 N. Scottsdale Road. Free. 480-427-2000 or 480-948-4630.

Howl-O-Ween during a Phoenix Zoo

Watch out for zombies sneaking in a Desert of a Dead, play games during a Monster Midway and find out what goes strike in a night during a Creatures of a Night Animal Show. There also will be sorcery shows, condemned trails to try, animal encounters, DJ song and trick-or-treating.

Details: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25. 455 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix. $10, $8 for members, giveaway for age 2 or younger. 602-273-1341, phoenixzoo.org/events.

Salt River Fields Balloon Spooktacular

Satisfy your honeyed tooth a week early — as 20 hot-air balloons will float over Salt River Fields and palm out some-more than 2 tons of candy to trick-or-treaters. Get a trepidation during a condemned residence or take a float in a tethered balloon. Just do those before gorging yourself on candy. And in what seems to be a new Halloween tradition, there will be a fireworks arrangement to tighten a evening. Written waiver compulsory for balloon rides.

Details: 5-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Oct. 24-25. Loop 101 and Indian Bend Road, Salt River Reservation. $10; $5 for ages 3-12; $8 haunted-house admission; $15-$25 balloon rides. 480-270-5000, srfballoonfestivals.com.

A Tricky Treat Halloween Storytime

The latest installment in a “Click, Clack, Moo” array has a Halloween twist. The storytime will also underline fun giveaways and activities.

Details: 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Barnes Noble, 2150 E. Williams Field Road, Gilbert. Free. 480-857-8033, barnesandnoble.com.

Scottsdale Fall Festival

Wander by a condemned forest, play fair games with candy prizes and watch a fireworks uncover during a finish of a night. Costume contests for kids, families and dogs will be hold in cutest, scariest and many artistic categories.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. South Eldorado Park round field, 1909 N. Miller Road, Scottsdale. Free. 480-312-0217, scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/fallfest.

Open House and Halloween Howl

Head to Cave Creek Regional Park’s Nature Center for a Halloween-style open residence to applaud a park’s 22nd anniversary. Among a highlights are a dress contest, bug theater, trick-or-treating and games. There also will be snakes, insects and arachnids, owls and hawks to see.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. 37900 N. Cave Creek Parkway. $6 per vehicle. 623-465-0431, maricopa.gov/parks/cave_creek.

Cave Creek Wicked

Bring a kids when it’s light out, though be certain to get a sitter after nightfall to take partial in a bar crawl. There will be copiousness of live music, food and splash for purchase, trick-or-treating, “Thriller” dances, a pie-eating competition and a zombie walk. There will be dress contests for horses (11:30 a.m.), for kids (12:30 p.m.) and for pets (1:30-3 p.m.). The bar yield includes a giveaway celebration sight from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., with stops during Harold’s Corral, Buffalo Chip Saloon, Tap Haus and other spots.

Details: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. family and pet events; 7 p.m.-2 a.m. bar yield Saturday, Oct. 25. Downtown Cave Creek. Free. 602-400-3330, cavecreekwicked.com.

Malloween

Celebrate Halloween with Desert Ridge Marketplace. Families can pretence or yield from store to store, with music, prizes and fun.

Details: 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Loop 101 and Tatum Boulevard, Phoenix. 480-513-7586, shopdesertridge.com/events.

Tempe’s Family Halloween Carnival

Families can suffer a protected and fun Halloween during this 37th annual bash, that facilities fair games and food booths, face painting, sight rides, rebound houses and a toddler area. Dress adult for a dress competition and a possibility to win a prize. Tickets are 25 cents each, and many games need 3 or 4 tickets. Proceeds will advantage internal county groups.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Kiwanis Park, 6111 S. All America Way, Tempe. Free. 480-350-5200, tempe.gov/halloween.

Boo Fest

Activities will embody horse-drawn hayrides, a pumpkin patch (age 15 or younger), rebound houses, a climbing wall, fair games and live entertainment. A judged dress march will be held; kids ages 1 to 15 in dress will accept a goodie bag. Donate a new fondle for Emily’s Toys for Joy, a nonprofit that collects toys for hospitalized children in a Valley; you’ll get a raffle sheet for a possibility to win prizes.

Details: 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Goelet A.C. Beuf Community Center, 3435 W. Pinnacle Peak Road, Phoenix. Free; food and splash permitted for purchase. 602-534-4754, phoenix.gov/parks.

Haunted Howl-o-ween Bash

Dress adult a kids for a possibility to win a esteem for scariest, friendliest and many artistic costume. Bring a flashlight and a bag or bucket to collect goodies as we travel along a quarter-mile Trick or Treat Trail. Halloween stories, animal presentations and a fairy-tale print hire will be offered. Bring accurate money or annual passes for fastest park entry. The eventuality is presented by a Friends of San Tan Mountain Regional Park.

Details: 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. San Tan Mountain Regional Park Visitor Center, 6533 W. Phillips Road, Queen Creek. $6 per car. 480-655-5554, maricopa.gov/parks/santan.

Sunnyslope Community Fall Festival

Activities and celebration will embody rebound houses, face painting, send races, games and a dress parade. Community apparatus booths are also featured. Food is permitted for purchase.

Details: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Sunnyslope Park, 802 E. Vogel Ave., Phoenix. Free. 602-262-6661, phoenix.gov/parks.

Halloween Party

The indoor trampoline park and family fun core will horde a celebration for kids featuring trick-or-treating, trampoline races and a dodgeball tournament. There also will be a face painter, a condemned residence and games.

Details: 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. AZ Air Time, 13802 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. $8 per hour; $6 with food donation. 480-427-2000, facebook.com/azairtime/events.

Howl-O-Ween

Take kids and pets trick-or-treating during Norterra shops and restaurants. “JD,” 101.5 Lady La Show co-host, will emcee, and there will be dress contests for kids and pets, rebound houses, face portrayal and photos in front of a immature shade with props and several backgrounds. Participants can make a Halloween print support and eat giveaway kettle corn.

Details: 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Main Street during a Shops during Norterra, 2460 W. Happy Valley Road, Phoenix. Free. 623-582-9599, norterrashopping.com/events.

Monster Bash

Peoria will offer an eve of Halloween festivities during Centennial Plaza. Highlights embody a march of costumes contest, fair games, trick-or-treating, a stone wall, frightful walk, crafts, live song and food. Canned food donations will be supposed for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. 9875 N. 85th Ave. Free; favoured price for some activities. 623-773-7137, peoriaaz.gov.

Spooktacular Kids’ Night Out Sleepover

Kids ages 3-13 can suffer a Halloween-themed eve of gymnastics, games, dancing, an barrier course, trampoline, rebound houses, building forts, organisation games, pizza, snacks, drinks and a film before pick-up time during 10 p.m. An overnight choice for ages 5-13 includes doughnuts and extract or divert before primogenitor pick-up time during 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26.

Details: 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics, 3110 E. Thunderbird Road, Phoenix. $25, $20 for siblings; $45, $40 for siblings including sleepover option; registration required. 602-992-5790, arizonasunrays.com.

Zombie Walk 6

Before we get embellished out for that Halloween party, trifle along in a sixth annual Zombie Walk in downtown Phoenix. About 14,000 undead participated final year, and some-more are approaching to uncover adult this year. The travel starts around eve and ends during Heritage Science Park. Food vendors, happening tellers and makeup artists will be on palm commencement during 2 p.m. Live bands start adult during 9 p.m. The whole park will be fenced off with several areas where we can squeeze a splash and celebration until 2 a.m.

Details: 2 p.m.-2 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Heritage Science Park, 115 N. Sixth St., Phoenix. Free. 602-495-1500, downtownphoenix.com/zombie.

Scottsdale Fall Festival

Wander by a condemned forest, play fair games with candy prizes and watch fireworks during a finish of a night. Costume contests will be hold for families, dogs and kids in 3 age groups with winners for many creative, cutest and scariest. Park during Coronado High School during Miller Road and Oak Street.

Details: 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. South ballfield during Eldorado Park, 1909 N. Miller Road, Scottsdale. Free admission. 480-312-0217, scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/fallfest.

Autumnfest

It’s all about tumble during Anthem Community Council’s annual festival, that promises to be “bigger than ever” for a 15th year. There will be fair rides, rebound houses, pumpkin decorating and live entertainment. Vendors will sell food, humanities and crafts. Sample apple-pie competition entries while they final and assistance judges confirm a winners.

Details: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26. ACC Community Park, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway. Free acknowledgment and parking; $5 for all-day float wristband; $5 to adorn a pumpkin. 623-742-6050, onlineatanthem.com/autumnfest.

Pumpkin Painting Party

Put your artistic skills to a exam when we trade in canvases for pumpkins. The price includes all portrayal supplies, creepy music, gratifying snacks and your initial splash (there’s a money bar if we wish more). You have to pierce your possess pumpkin, and if you’re unequivocally feeling spooky, wear a costume.

Details: 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26. The Brush Bar, 4165 N. Craftsman Court, Scottsdale. $25. 480-947-8700, thebrushbar.com.

Trunk or Treat

North Scottsdale United Methodist Church’s parking lot will be filled with cars with open trunks flashy and filled with treats for small trick-or-treaters. There will be a march for children, and trophies will be awarded for a many well-developed dress and a best-decorated trunk. Boxes of cereal will be collected for concession to United Methodist Outreach Mission.

Details: 4-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26. 11735 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Free. 480-948-0529, facebook.com/northscottsdaleumc/events.

Halloween crafts, trick-or-treating and dress party

Bring kids in dress to Toys Playtime Oasis for a pre-Halloween bash. Toddlers and younger kids can get a treat, make Halloween-themed crafts and suffer a new play area with just-their-size tables, puzzles and activities, a minikitchen and small examination equipment.

Details: 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29. 13802 N. Scottsdale Road. Free. 480-948-4630, azdollhouse.com.

Dog Halloween Event during W Scottsdale

Dogs are invited to have a utterance good time on a square during this Halloween party. You and your pooch can dress in dress and competition in contests. Prizes will be awarded for funniest, cutest and most-creative costumes. DJ music, a money bar, $5 Sushi Roku specialty rolls and deduction from special $10 Pawtinis will advantage Lucky Dog Rescue, that will offer adoptions during a event. Admission is free, though pierce pet food, toys or cat spawn for donation.

Details: 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. 7277 E. Camelback Road. Free; $5 Sushi Roku specialty rolls; $10 Pawtinis. 480-970-2100, facebook.com/wscottsdale.

Halloween Moonlight Kayak

Tales will be told by a veteran storyteller as we paddle on Tempe Town Lake. Costumes are encouraged, though we competence get soppy so pierce a towel and dry clothes. No kayaking knowledge is necessary. Participants contingency be during slightest 10 years old, and paddlers younger than 18 contingency be accompanied by an adult. Register online with formula 41000.

Details: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. Tempe Town Lake Marina, 550 E. Tempe Town Lake (north shore). $30, $15 for ages 10-17. 480-350-8069, tempe.gov/brochure.

‘The Burbs’

Just for Halloween, watch a PG-rated 1989 comedy “The Burbs,” with stressed-out suburbanites desiring their new neighbors are unequivocally partial of a fierce cult. Dress like Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks), in a bathrobe with spatula and garden hose in-hand, for a contest. There will be print opportunities, trivia and prizes.

Details: 7:30 Thursday, Oct. 30. National Comedy Theatre, 1111 S. Longmore, Mesa. $8. 602-374-5638, facebook.com/nctplayers/events.

Halloween and G.A.I.N. Festival

Halloween and a Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods Festival will mix for an eve of games, humanities and crafts, and community-resource information. Free prohibited dogs, drinks and chips will be served. Prizes will be awarded in any of 3 contests: a dance contest, a mummy-wrapping competition regulating toilet paper and teams of three, and a dress competition with scary, strange and best categories. Each child will accept a goodie bag with candy.

Details: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. University Park, 1002 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix. Free. 602-262-6800, phoenix.gov/parks.

Halloween Dance

Dance to song of a Rich Howard Orchestra during this Merrymakers Ballroom Dance Club eventuality during Las Palmas Grand in easterly Mesa. One female, one masculine and one integrate will be awarded prizes for best costume. Cookies and H2O are provided. Doors open during 6 p.m., permitted song starts during 6:30 and a rope starts during 7.

Details: 7-10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30. 2550 S. Ellsworth Road, Mesa. $8 money during a door; $7 for members. 480-570-4142, laspalmasgrand.com.

Not So Scary Halloween Luncheon

Scary Mary will yield entertainment, a dress competition will be hold and a lunch of boiled chicken, crushed potatoes and gravy, fibre beans, a hurl and cake will be served for this annual luncheon during a Glendale Adult Center. Purchase tickets in allege during a center’s front table by Wednesday, Oct. 29. The eventuality typically sells out.

Details: 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 5970 W. Brown St. $8, $6 for members; memberships are $10-$15 quarterly, $40-$60 annually. 623-930-4321, choice 3, www.glendaleaz.com/adultcenter.

Halloween in a Hills

This year’s festivities embody dress parades and contests, trick-or-treating, fair games, a Spider Village, a print booth, food and a fire-truck candy drop.

Details: 4-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. Along Avenue of a Fountains from La Montana Drive to Saguaro Boulevard, Fountain Hills. Donations accepted. 480-837-8168, halloweeninthehills.com.

Halloween Spooktacular

Alice Cooper’s Rock Teen Center offers a annual Halloween eventuality for all ages. The fun kicks off during 6 p.m. with attractions and games for a whole family, a dress contest, dance opening by a Solid Rock Dance Company, live song and trick-or-treating from a trunks of cars. Kids 12 or comparison can make their approach by Alice’s House of Terror, a haunt combined by Casey Kaki, a former special-effects makeup artist from a Showtime strike uncover “Dexter.” Dash Cooper and rope Co-Op perform during a finish of a night.

Details: 6-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 13625 N. 32nd St., Phoenix. 602-482-3534, alicecoopersolidrock.com.

Chandler’s Halloween Spooktacular

Dress in dress and conduct to a piazza downtown in front of a Community Center for a frightful maze, humanities and qualification activities, face painting, cupcake walks, a witches brush competition and a dress contest. Candy is a esteem for pumpkin bowling, frightful piñatas, visitor autopsy and tossing games. Photos with a frightful impression will be available, and a Chandler Lions Club will sell snacks.

Details: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 125 E. Commonwealth Ave. Free; $1 face painting; $3 frightful photos; break prices vary. 480-782-2735, chandleraz.gov/special-events.

Haunted Hike

Meet during Cave Creek Regional Park’s Nature Center and take a condemned travel on Halloween night. There will be treats and tricks along a way. Wear a costume, though make certain it’s protected and doesn’t extent your ability to see or pierce around. Bring a flashlight, H2O and a camera.

Details: 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 37900 N. Cave Creek Parkway. $6 per vehicles. 623-465-0431, maricopa.gov/parks/cave_creek.

Trick-or-Treat for an Anthem Sweet and Anthem Monster Ball

Take small ghosts and goblins trick-or-treating during scarcely 70 Anthem blurb properties displaying an orange-pumpkin decal along Anthem Way, Daisy Mountain, Vision Way and Venture Court. Afterward, during a Anthem Community Center, 41130 N. Freedom Way, is a 6:30-8 p.m. annual Monster Ball. There will be frightful snacks, pizza, crafts, games and trunk-or-treating in a parking lot from flashy trunks of cars. Prizes will be awarded for best child dress and family costumes. Pre-registration is encouraged; prices will boost a night of a event.

Details: 4-6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem. Free; Monster Ball is $5; $8 per couple; $15 for a family of four; $2 any additional child younger than 18.. 623-742-4558, onlineatanthem.com/trick-or-treat.

Halloween Festival

Head to a soccer fields during Prospector Park in Apache Junction for a dress contest, a Howl-o-ween K9 dress contest, a pumpkin-carving contest, rebound houses, kids games and petting zoo. There will be food, and a Apache Junction Police Department will give reserve talks and K9 demonstrations.

Details: 5-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 3015 N. Idaho Road. Free; fees request for food and games. 480-983-2181, ajcity.net/events.

Halloween Spooktacular

National Comedy Theatre will be remade into a spooky, creepy wonderland featuring Halloween-themed improv comedy games, including Death Pendulum, Oxygen Deprivation and Mystery Scare. A dress competition will be hold during any uncover and a assembly will name their favorite.

Details: 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1. 1111 S. Longmore, Mesa. $12-$14. 602-374-5638, nctphoenix.com/showtimes.html.

Out of city Halloween fun

Pumpkins in a Pines

Head to Hitchin’ Post Stables in Flagstaff for grain rides, a grain maze, a hack ring, petting zoo and food and drinks. The petting zoo, grain rides and obstruction are enclosed with admission. Visit a pumpkin patch and name that ideal gourd to renovate into a jack-o’-lantern.

Details: Oct. 3-31. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Fridays-Sundays; Mondays-Thursdays by appointment. 4848 Lake Mary Road, Flagstaff. $12, giveaway for age 2 or younger; rides, pumpkins and concessions are additional. 928-774-1719, hitchinpoststables.com/pumpkins-pines.

The Pumpkin Patch Train

Families can wear Halloween costumes and name pumpkins from a special patch permitted usually by train. When a sight earnings we and your pumpkins (kids and gourds) behind to a Williams Depot, there will be time to decorate, travel by a Haunted Train Car and hay-bale maze, and make pumpkin humanities and crafts. Treats, pumpkin pie, prohibited apple cider and prohibited chocolate will be sole during a Java on a Platform Snack Shop.

Details: Trains skip during 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 4-26. 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams. $20, $15 for children includes one pumpkin. 800-843-8724, thetrain.com/special-events/the-pumpkin-patch.

Halloween Harvest

This annual eventuality includes creepy fair games, humanities and crafts, a pumpkin patch, frightful music, fun library activities and a freaky conform show. Little ghouls should pierce Halloween bags for trick-or-treating during internal businesses. Parking is permitted during City Hall, Wheeler Park and a Phoenix Avenue Parking Lot.

Details: 4-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. Heritage Square, 6 Aspen Ave., Flagstaff. Free. 928-213-2300, flagstaff.az.gov/recreation.

Old Bisbee Ghost Tour

Visit several condemned locations via Old Bisbee and learn about a internal ghosts on a narrated walking debate through streets, alleys and stairways. Walking shoes, water, camera, flashlight and an brave suggestion are recommended. Reservations are required. Dogs are acquire if on leashes or carried for a generation of a tour.

Details: 7 p.m. Fridays-Sundays all year. Bisbee (location announced on reservation). $13-$15 by phone; $11-$13 online. 520-432-3308, oldbisbeeghosttour.

Halloween Costume Party

The Dorothy Nolan Senior Center in Florence will offer seniors a fun Halloween event. Participants can attend in a “ghoulish” yield competition and competition in a dress contest. A “ghostly” poser skit will be achieved during lunch. Registration is requested by Oct. 23.

Details: 10 a.m.-noon Friday, Oct. 31. 330 N. Pinal St., Florence. Free; donations accepted. 520-868-7622, florenceaz.gov/senior-center.

Fright Fest Halloween Carnival

Florence will offer families protected Halloween fun during Heritage Park. There will be 20 diversion booths, rebound houses, print booths and pumpkin-carving and dress contests for kids and grown-ups with prizes. There will be live music, and giveaway candy will be handed out.

Details: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. 600 N. Main St. Free. 520-868-7589, florenceaz.gov/town-calendar.

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