Get those costumes ready! With just over a month to go, here are all the best Halloween events in Palm Beach for a spooky good time.
This year on October 15 and 16, grab the kiddos and head down to the Mizner Park Amphitheater for the ultimate halloween bash. With an inflatable cornstalk maze, a dress-your-own scarecrow village and a surplus of photo vignettes, what more could you want? For an additional fee, you can also pick your own pumpkin, decorate it on site and purchase savory and sweet pumpkin goodies.
In lieu of the height of pumpkin season, Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns Pumpkin Patch has the ultimate picks of the patch, ready to carve and embellish. This spot is not only known for its patches but also its games and activities, making your fall festivities that much better. Animal viewing, a bouncy house and a photo station are all hot attractions that all members of the family will love. Because carving pumpkins is never a bad idea, this spot will make for great memories and Halloween festivities.
Located at the Rockin H Ranch events venue, “Boos and Booze” will be Halloween event of the season. Make sure to put on your best costume and head to the themed casino night full of classic games like Roulette, Craps, Texas Hold ‘Em and Back Jack. To top it all off, nibble on decadent bite and sweet sips from the open bar. The entire night supports Elev8hope’s mission and benefits families and individuals across Martin County.
This year, celebrate the season safely with family trick-or-treating through October 21-23 and October 28-31. Fit for kids under 10, Spookyville offers an array of treats, a kiddie train, costume contests, games and more. For an even sweeter treat, spot by the Storm Tight Windows Pavilion for live music and entertainment.
Let's take it back a few decades for the Halloween dance party of the year! Clematis by Fright is back this season for costume contests for the whole family and other fun activities! With a one-night-only performance from the hit band, The Spazmatics, there's no doubt that you'll break a sweat with their hits from the 80s. With entertainment like this, it is hard to not have a frightingly fun night. October 27, 6-9 P.M.
Delve into the vibrant fall ambiance as you explore this pumpkin patch, which boasts a diverse array of pumpkins in various shapes and sizes. Throughout the day, you can revel in live entertainment featuring performances by Ricky Young and That Man and Robin. There's also a kid-friendly haunted house, stilt walkers, over 50 vendors, and much more! Whether you're in pursuit of the perfect pumpkin for carving or simply want to soak in the festive atmosphere with loved ones, we have everything you need.
Get ready to unleash your inner creativity with your furry friends. Pooch Parade & Day Pawty, presented in collaboration with Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, is the spirited kickoff to the Halloween season. T.A. Walker will host the event from WPTV and promises an array of excitement, including a pet costume contest with a panel of judges, DJ entertainment, fantastic giveaways, and opportunities to explore pet brands like Urbana Pet Boutique, Yum Pup, and Run & Roam.
Wellington's annual Fall Festival will be hosted at Village Park. Apart from its much-anticipated "one-night-only" attraction, the Haunted Hallways, families and friends can delight in a range of activities from trick-or-treating to pie-eating contests and much, much more. The costume contests will feature prizes for 1st through 3rd place winners in each of the following age groups: under 3; ages 4 to 6; ages 7 to 10; ages 11 to 14; and 15 and older.
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