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    Local Halloween and Fall Festivities

    2020 has caused many to question whether or not our typical Fall Festivities will be able to take place. The City of Tomball chose to cancel all events this year to help stop the spread of Covid-19, including Zomball. However, if you are comfortable with participating, there are still many events within the community with special safety measures in place in celebration of Halloween and the Fall season for both adults and families.

    Boo on the Boardwalk

    Weekends in October

    Kemah is hosting Freaky Fridays, Scary Saturdays, and Spooky Sundays on the Boardwalk every weekend in October! If you are willing to take the trip to Kemah, the Boardwalk is packed with activities, live music, and trick-or-treating at Boardwalk stores. 

    Ghost Hunt of Old Town Spring

    Thursday-Saturday Nights in October

    Are you brave enough to go on a hunt for REAL ghosts? This 17+ hunt has you searching for evidence of the afterlife on a guided investigation of Old Town Spring as you learn some of the haunted stories and legends along the way. According to houstonghosttour.com, Old Town Spring was rated the 6th MOST HAUNTED Old West town in the United States. You will get to use tools and techniques to make contact with ghosts. Click here to book your ghost hunt in Old Town Spring.

    Flashlight Maze

    Friday, October 23

    The Tomball Corn Maze is hosting a family friendly flashlight maze! Bring your flashlight or purchase one at the gate for a night of family fun! Click here to purchase tickets or to view other upcoming events at the Tomball Corn Maze. Pre-purchased tickets are required for the Flashlight Maze.

    Party in Pink™ Zumbathon®t

    Saturday, October 24

    Join in on the global movement dedicated to raising funds for the fight against breast cancer at Maztudio Dance and Fitness! Admission is $8 and space is limited. For safety reasons, masks are required inside the premises. The event starts at 9:00 a.m. Click here to register.

    Party in Pink™ Virtual Zumbathon®

    Saturday, October 24

    Join in on the global movement dedicated to raising funds for the fight against breast cancer in the comfort of your own home! This is a virtual event held by Tropa Z Fitness in Houston. Click here for more information on how to register and access the virtual event.

    Howl-O-Ween at Katy Dog Park

    Saturday, October 24th

    Dress up your dogs and bring them to Katy Dog Park at 10:00 a.m. for a SPOOKtacular party that features local vendors, a costume contest and more! Bring a donation of dog food or a donation to benefit the American Cancer Society for admission.

    Trunk or Treat at Republic Gymnastics and Dance

    Friday, October 30

    Take the kids for a night of BOOrific fun at Republic Gymnastics in Cypress from 6:00-9:00 p.m. There will be indoor and outdoor activities, vendors, and games. Entry is free with a non-perishable food item donation to benefit Cy-Fair Helping Hands Thanksgiving Blessing Boxes.

    Mask-R-Aid Night

    Friday, October 30

    Take the night out and enjoy comic relief under the stars to benefit Cy-Hope from 6:00-8:30 p.m. The event features comedian Srsly Melissa and live music from Cypress native Kendale Walker. Enjoy entertainment, beer, and burgers while standing up for Cy-Hope. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.

    Tandem Trick or Treat at Riva Row Boat House

    Friday, October 30

    Join in on a tandem candy hunt from 5:00-6:00 p.m. Starting at Riva Row Boat House in The Woodlands, participants will paddle around the Waterway and Lake Woodlands, visiting several stops to collect Halloween treats from boat house staff. Kids in costumes will receive an extra treat at the end of the event!

    Halloween Safe Streets

    Saturday, October 31

    Unsure if your neighbors are passing out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween? Along I-45 in Shenandoah, police officers are closing off Tuscany Woods and Twisted Oak Drives to pass out candy for a safe evening of family fun from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Parking is available at the Shenandoah City Hall and Health South.

    Spooktacular at The Woodlands Children’s Museum

    Saturday, October 31

    Take your child to enjoy games, entertainment, and prizes between 10:00-6:00 p.m. Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and admission is free!

    BooFest at Town Center Park

    Start your Halloween festivities early in Kingwood! Town Center Park will host a Disney experience from 4:00-9:00 p.m. There will be seasonal shopping, food, a free mini pumpkin patch, free candy at every booth, free pumpkin carving, two bounce houses, and more! 

     

    Despite the pandemic, tons of events and festivities are taking place in our community this October if you are comfortable with attending! If you attend one of the events, will you please share your experience with us on social media? We love seeing clients enjoying everything the community has to offer!

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