Munson Farm's Pumpkin Patch - Now-Oct 31, 9am-6:30pm – 7355 Valmont Rd, Boulder
If you are looking for the largest variety of winter squash, heirloom pumpkins, and other autumn goodies, visit Munson Farms! Enjoy picking from thousands of pumpkins and free hay wagon rides offered on the weekends.
Cottonwood Farm's Pumpkin Patch - Now-Oct 31 – 10 am-6pm- 1535 N 75th St, Boulder
Pick you own pumpkin and while you are there enjoy the animals, the authentic steam engine tractor, the straw bale maze and the corn maze at no charge. For $3 take a hay ride on a real farm wagon pulled by a tractor.
South Boulder Pumpkin Patch - Oct 20-23 and Oct 27-31 – 3485 Stanford Ct, Boulder
Not your average pumpkin patch! The South Boulder Pumpkin Patch is a fundraiser for Rainbow Child Care tuition scholarships. Children can play on a brand new "American Pumpkin Ninja" obstacle course, pick out pumpkins, and everyone can enjoy hot dogs and brats.
Boulder High Haunted House - Oct 21-22 & 28-29, 7-10pm - Boulder High School
Come visit Boulder High's annual terrifying Haunted House! Admissions are $7 for students and $12 for adults. Join for a night guaranteed to be full of screams for all!
Halloween House - Oct 22, 12-4pm - Kappa Kappa Gamma House, Boulder
The event - more sweet than spooky - includes games, crafts, face painting, story time, music and trick-or-treating on the top two floors of the house. Sorority members decorate the house and run the crafts, games and trick-or-treating. The Halloween House is $6 per child, $5 if you bring a children’s book to donate to BoulderReads, a Boulder Public Library literacy program.
Witches’ Brew Halloween Tea, Oct 28, Seating starts at 11:30 – Hotel Boulderado, Boulder
Join Hotel Boulderado for a spookacular afternoon at the Witches' Brew Halloween Tea! Enjoy a Halloween themed menu for kids & adults. Costumes are encouraged! Book your reservations now!
Halloween Carnival - Oct 27, 3-5pm - South Boulder Recreation Center, Boulder
Come celebrate a family fun Halloween at the annual Halloween Carnival. All ages are welcome; however, events are best suited for children ages 3-8. Festivities include carnival games, bouncy house, crafts, face painting, prizes, snacks, and more! Don't forget to come dressed in your Halloween costume!
Haunted Library - Oct 29, 2-4pm - George Reynolds Branch Library - Boulder
Slightly spooky and super fun Halloween Party for kids and families. Co-sponsored by the GRB Teen Advisory Group and the Boulder Library Foundation.
Munchkin Masquerade 2017 - Oct 31, 3-6pm - Pearl Street, Boulder
Each year, Downtown Boulder is invaded by thousands of tiny ghosts & goblins, dinosaurs & dragons, fairies & princes, super heroes and animals of every size trick-or-treating along Pearl Street. Recommended for children ages 12 and under.
Dia de los Muertos Exhibition, Now-Nov 7 - Longmont Museum
The Dia de los Muertos exhibition will be in the Museum’s Swan Atrium – a two-story space full of light – and will showcase traditional gigantes, giant puppets made by local artists. Altars for the dead, created by members of the community, will also be a central part of the exhibit.
Art & Sip: Mini Altar Building Workshop - Oct 26, 6:30 pm, Longmont Museum
Grabbing and drink and Thursday night art classes for adults. Beer, wine, and specialty drinks will be available for purchase in the Atrium Bar. This is your chance to experience Día de los Muertos while learning about the symbolic steps that go into building an altar. Bring a photograph of a departed loved one and any special mementos to include on your altar! Learn more and register at www.longmontmuseum.org or call 303-651-8374.
Volunteer Sugar Skull Making Day - October 29, 1-4pm - Longmont Museum
Drop in to this family-friendly event and learn to make sugar skulls! You will help make sugar skulls that will be decorated during the November 4 family celebration. Children will require adult assistance. We will begin making sugar skulls at 1pm and will continue until the sugar runs out! No registration.
Halloween Party at the Longmont Y - Oct 26, 5:30-7:30pm - Longmont YMCA
Join the Longmont YMCA for the Halloween Party of the season! Offering a safe, fun environment for families to enjoy the scariest time of year. Hundreds of spookily, adorably costumed families will converge to dance, create, jump, play and enjoy a sweet treat or two. The Halloween Party also offers carnival games, crafts, a bounce house, and more! Free to members and non-members. Food and some activities may require cash.
Haunt in the 'Mont - Oct 28, 5-9pm - Downtown Longmont
Haunt in the ‘Mont is an adult “business crawl” through Downtown Longmont. Ticket holders can use their ticket to redeem complimentary food, drink, and other “treats” from the generous participating businesses. The event is Halloween themed and costumes are encouraged. There will be a costume contest with great prizes donated by local businesses! 100% of the proceeds from this event will go directly to the Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley and will benefit our local schools!
Downtown Halloween Parade and Trick or Treat Street- Oct 28, 10am-12pm - Main Street, Longmont
Come with children of all ages in your Halloween costumes to trick or treat at participating merchants along Main Street! Enjoy live music throughout the route. No registration required!
Spooky Village Halloween - Oct 29, 1pm-3pm - Village at the Peaks, Longmont
Meet us in the Village for our inaugural Spooky Village Halloween Event! Participate in events including: trick or treat stops, wagon rides, unicorn carousel, face painting, Halloween crafting, pumpkin decorating, spooky train rides, and more! Admission is free!
Spooky Pet Parade - Oct 29, 12pm-1pm- Village at the Peaks, Longmont
Join in the festivities at the inaugural Chuck & Don's Spooky Pet Parade! The parade leaves at noon and the route includes photo opps, treats and more. Afterwards stay for Barks, Brats, Brews, and Boos benefiting the Longmont Humane Society and sponsored by Whole Foods! Make sure to register your pet before hand on the Spooky Halloween Event Website for a chance to win $500 valued gift basket!
Boo! On Briggs Stree - Oct 29, 3:30-5:30pm – Downtown Erie, Briggs Street
Instead of going door to door trick or treating try going trunk to trunk! Gather candy from vehicles decorated by local businesses in the downtown Erie. Decorate your own vehicle for a chance to win prizes, or simply enjoy the work of others! Admission is free and no registration is required!
Isabelle Farm U-Pick Pumpkin Patch- Now-Oct 31, 10am-6pm - Isabelle Farm, Lafayette
Throughout the month of October visit Isabelle Farm to pick out your perfect pumpkin from a huge selection. While there enjoy a corn maze, straw bale maze, hay rides, and petting farm animals! Come on weekends to enjoy donuts and hot cider.
WOW! ‘s Halloween Party- Oct 30, 10am-12pm- WOW! Children's Museum, Lafayette
WOW! is throwing a Halloween bash and you’re invited! Dress up in costume and come to the Museum for family friendly Halloween crafts, spooky science experiments, giveaways, snacks, playtime, and more!
Boo at the Zoo - Oct 21-22 & 28-29, 9am-6pm, Denver Zoo
The 33rd annual Boo At The Zoo, presented by Your Hometown Toyota Stores, offers more than 25 trick-or-treat stations, creepy crawly animal demonstrations and exciting family-friendly entertainment under the canopy of the beautiful fall foliage of Denver Zoo.
Glow at the Gardens- Oct 19-20, 6-9:30pm - Denver Botanic Gardens
A larger-than-life display lights up Denver Botanic Gardens when elaborate jack-o-lanterns grace the gardens. Two themes over two weekends: Fables & Fairy Tales Oct. 19 and 20, and Spooky Hollow Oct. 26 and 27. The event also features live music, spooky storytelling, free face painting, a costume contest and more.
Trick or Treat Street- Oct 28-30, 9am-6pm – Children’s Museum of Denver at Marisco Campus
This kid-friendly event offers three days of Halloween wonderland, from one treat house to the next, where the kiddies can collect goodies, create crafts and play games.
Trick or Treat Train- Oct 29-30, 10am-4pm –Colorado Railroad Museum
Catch a ride to The Railroad Halloween Town behind a historic locomotive in vintage passenger cars hosted by conductors and engineers in full costume. Inside the town you can fill your treat bags and check out “haunted” railcars and the Olde Railroaders silly graveyard. Be sure to stop for a photo opportunity in your costume in front of the Pumpkin Patch cart.
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