Get ready for Halloween sweets and treats with our list of special Halloween events and trick or treating in and around Orlando! There are kid-friendly events that include trick or treating around town AND extra scary events for the older kids too.

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Please be sure to check with each venue, as times and dates may change.

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Listed in no particular order. Check back often as we will update with more events as they are announced.

Please be sure to check with each venue, as times and dates may change.

September 30 – October 31 – Fun Spot America’s HUGE Halloween, FREE Trick or Treating on Saturdays, Sundays and Halloween. Limited-edition fright bites. Festive Foto Spots. All Day.

October 1 – 31 – Haunting Nights, Harry P. Leu Gardens, an artful, elevated Halloween immersive event featuring thrilling surprises for guests 13 and older. Scream n’ Stream Drive-Thru Halloween Experience returns with seven horrifying zones to drive through complete with monsters, music, lighting and special effects.

October 2 – Cats, Bats & Babies, Southeast Branch OCLS, 10 – 11AM, Bring your baby to this Halloween storytime filled with not-so-spooky activities that introduce pre-literacy concepts. Baby costumes are encouraged.

October 4, 11, 18 & 25 – Pumpkinology: The Science of a Gourd Time, City Library, 281 Maitland Ave., Altamonte Springs, 4 – 5PM, Join us this fall for science experiments, crafts and engaging STEM-based activities filled with all things pumpkin! Pumpkin Slime | October 4 – Learn how to create pumpkin slime and decorate wooden pumpkin ornaments. Pumpkin STEM Clock Experiment | October 11 – Have you ever made a working clock out of a pumpkin? Enjoy an afternoon of experiments while decorating your own craft pumpkins. Pumpkin Boats | October 18 – Can you turn a pumpkin into a boat? Would it sink or float? Find out in this cool science and crafting activity! Pumpkin Volcanoes | October 25 – Enjoy an erupting science experiment with pumpkin volcanoes, crafts and bookmarks.

October 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2302 N Dover Rd, Dover, 7 – 10PM, SHIMMERING LIGHTS FALL 5th annual Halloween WALK the LIGHTS event will take place on select nights in October from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  Ahoy all ye mateys join us for this pirate themed event. We won’t make you landlubbers scrub the deck, but you may have to walk the plank. We put the fun back in Halloween with a fall activity for the whole family.  The family friendly, activities will include 1/3-mile walking trail with hundreds of themed lighted displays, pixel animated props moving to the music, outdoor movies, maze of lights, scavenger hunt, games, and face painting.  We are bringing back our FOAM play area on select nights.  All ages are welcome to play. Be sure to bring some dry clothes!!  Check out our calendar for the FOAM nights.  Walk the trail as many times as your energy allows. Open: Thursday thru Sunday October 5 through October 29 Hours: 7:00-10:00 p.m.  Closed on rainy days or after big storms.  Please check our Facebook page or Google Maps for closure before starting out.  FOAM nights:  October 5-8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29, Free parking……..Restrooms on site……..Light concessions Costumes are allowed and encouraged; we love to see the creativity of our guests.  Toy weapons prohibited. This is an unpaved walking trail and ground can be uneven in places, wear appropriate footwear and use caution, bring bug spray Trails are wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair or stroller, however, please be advised that because this is an unpaved trail the terrain can be very rough in places to push a wheelchair.  SunKissed Acres, 2302 N. Dover Rd., Dover, FL Ticket cost $8.00 in advance, $9.00 at the gate Tickets are required for children 3 years old and older.  Children aged 2 and under are not required to purchase a ticket.  Tickets can be purchased in advanced at or at the gate.  For more info, please visit: $0-9

October 7 – Halloween Pillowcase Workshop, Avalon Arts & Culture Center, 13013 Founder’s Square Drive, Orlando, 10AM – 12PM, Get ready for the trick-or-treat season by making your own Halloween Pillowcase. Bring it to Avalon Park’s Annual Spooktacular event & on your trick-or-treating adventures to collect candy this Halloween! $20/per person and includes all materials and instruction

October 7 – Spooky Craft Day, Avalon Park Arts & Culture Center, 13013 Founders Square Dr., Orlando, 10AM – 1PM, For ages 3+. $15 per child. Enjoy 3 art stations & a photo op!

October 7 – Glamour & Gore, Sanborn Center, 815 South Alabama Avenue, DeLand, 6 – 10PM, $30 eat, drink, dance & costume contest!

October 12 – Pumpkin Carving Workshop, Dockside Lake Nona, 13623 Sachs Ave, Orlando, Halloween will be here before you know it! Join us on Saturday, October 12 from 6-9pm at Dockside for a night of pumpkin carving with world-renowned pumpkin carver, Paul Dever. We’ll supply the tools, if you supply the creativity.

October 12 – Backyard Open Mic: Halloween Edition, The Veranda at Thornton Park, 707 E Washington St, Orlando, 6 – 10PM, Join in and enjoy a Backyard Open Mic: Halloween Edition!

October 13 – Fall Candle Making, Marketplace at Avalon Park, 10AM – 12PM, $35 Per Person, 1 Mimosa Included. Make your home smell like Fall this season!

October 13 – Bark-O-Ween Bash: Spooktacular Puppy Pawty, 6 – 8PM, One of Museum of Illusions’ most popular events is back! And keeping with the season, this time it has a spooky twist. That’s right — even your dogs can get in on the Halloween fun with “Bark-O-Ween Bash: Spooktacular Puppy Pawty.” On Friday, October 13 from 6 to 8 p.m., the museum will be hosting a puppy party with dog-friendly treats, tons of adorable photo ops and a costume contest with a prize of $150 for the winning pup and their owner. Tickets will be $29.99 and include admission for the owner and their pet.

October 13 – Bark-O-Ween Bash: Spooktacular Puppy Pawty, Museum of Illusions, 6 – 8PM, One of Museum of Illusions’ most popular events is back. On Friday, October 13 from 6 to 8 p.m., the museum will be hosting a puppy party with dog-friendly treats, tons of adorable photo ops and a costume contest with a prize of $150 for the winning pup and their owner. Tickets will be $29.99 and include admission for the owner and their pet.

October 13 – The Haunted Trail, Earl Brown Park & Playground, 750 S Alabama Avenue, DeLand, 6:30 – 9PM, Come out and join us for a fun, yet spooky night of treats and some tricks! All the funs starts at 6:30PM in Earl Brown Park and it’s FREE! Games, food trucks and more!

October 13 – Movie in the Park, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 7PM, Halloween Movie in the Park – The Witches. Movie starts at sundown, don’t forget to bring something to sit on.

October 14, 15, 21, 22, 28 & 29 – Central Florida Zoo’s Zoo Boo Bash, Central Florida Zoo, 9AM – 3PM

October 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 – Gators Ghosts & Goblins Halloween 2023, Gatorland, 10AM – 5PM, Weekends from October 14th through October 29th – 10am to 5pm. Interactive Halloween sets and characters, specialty vendors, and free candy for kids 11am to 2pm. Kids costume parade 1pm Don’t miss Swamp Ghosts Monster Museum its included with admission! There’s Halloween Fun for Everyone at Gatorland! This special event is included with regular Gatorland Single Day admission!

October 16 – Spooky History of Seminole County, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 6:30 – 7:30PM, Be afraid! Be very afraid! Learn about the facts and fictions of Seminole County’s most famous ghost stories from Bennett Lloyd, Coordinator of the Museum of Seminole County History. FREE. For Adults. Meets in-person. Registration not required.

October 18 – Spooky Light-Up Cards – for Tweens, Ages 8-12 – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 5:30 – 7PM, This program is EXCLUSIVELY for tweens, ages 8-12! Create your own spooky artwork, and we’ll teach you how to use some simple circuitry to make it light up! No registration required. This program is free.

October 20, 21, 27 & 28 – Trail of Terror, Peghorn Nature Park, 2101 Peghorn Way, St Cloud, 8 – 11PM, Are you ready to face your fears! Join us at the Trail of Terror – 13 Years of Fear!  This haunted house style event is set outdoors along the Peghorn Nature trail. Participants will walk through 13 scenes created to unleash your worst fears!  WARNING:  This event may be too scary for younger children.  Tickets are available in advance online or at the gate.

October 20 – 31 – Halloween Experience, Historic Downtown Winter Garden, Halloween is celebrated for 12 days – not just one — in Winter Garden! The City’s annual Halloween Experience provides family-friendly festivities in Downtown Winter Garden, including seven nights of an outdoor animated Halloween Light Show on City Hall; a hay maze; fall- and spooky-themed photo locations, decorations and light displays throughout downtown; a Spooky Caboose at the Winter Garden Heritage Museum; a Halloween Celebration at the fall-themed Farmers Market, and more! Costumes are welcome any day! AVAILABLE ALL-DAY, EVERY DAY – Hay Maze at City Hall (10:00 am – 9:00 pm), Halloween- and Fall-Themed Photo Stations, Seasonal Decorations & Light Displays throughout Downtown, Unique Stores & Restaurants to Shop, Dine & Stroll surrounded by historic charm and spooky and fall ambiance and expanded Outdoor Patios to dine amidst the Halloween Experience while enjoying the crisp autumn weather


A Halloween animated light show synchronized to music projected onto the front façade of City Hall.

October 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 31 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm
City Hall, 300 W. Plant Street | Free


A variety of outdoor street performers will delight audiences as visitors stroll, shop, and dine. You just never know what pop-up surprises await!

October 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 31 | 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Historic Downtown  | Free


Hosted by the City of Winter Garden Parks & Recreation Department, preschoolers are invited to enjoy fall carnival games while dressed in your spookiest costume. Finish the morning off with holiday themed craft and office trick or treating! Welcome to bring a friend or a group to this free event.

Friday, October 27 | 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ages: 3 – 5 years old
All preschoolers welcome! Preschool Classes are also invited, but first please send email to [email protected] for participation information.
Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard Street | Free


Come out to the market for some Halloween fun! Children can make a special Halloween craft to take home at the KidZone tent (at Parking Garage Plaza on Tremaine Street). The fall-decorated market will also feature live music and family-friendly games on the lawn adjacent to the Pavilion.

Pumpkin, pumpkins, and more pumpkins — of all shapes and sizes – can be found at the Farmers Market. Get your gourds, fresh fall harvest produce, seasonal décor, and lots of treats to make your Halloween and fall holidays special. The pumpkin display is great photo op too for your fall pictures!

Saturday, October 29
Market Hours, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm |  Free Event Activities, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Downtown Pavilion, 104. S. Lakeview Ave

October 21 – Halloween Spooktacular, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 2 – 3PM, Wear your costume and join us for ghoulish games, creepy crafts and spooky stories…if you dare! Recommended for preschoolers, lower and upper elementary.

October 21 – APGD’s Zombietoberfest, intersection of Corrine Drive and Winter Park Road, Orlando, 5 – 10PM, Save the date for the APGD’s biggest night of the year! Enjoy the area’s largest outdoor night market, DJ, live music, multiple craft beer gardens, free costume contests for hoomans and pups, free outdoor movie on the big screen and more.

October 21 & 27 & 28 – Orlando Halloween Bar Crawl, Wall Street Cantina, 19 N Orange Ave, Orlando, 4 – 11:55PM, One of the most exciting and unique Halloween events is back, and you know who’s throwing it. Have you ever wondered what a Haunted Bar Crawl would be like? Look no further because this is perfect for those who love to drink and enjoy a spooky atmosphere. The bar crawl consists of visiting several locations, each with its unique Halloween drink specials, decor, and spooky surprises. From ghostly cocktails to pumpkin beer, each bar offers a special drink to fit the Halloween theme. Don’t get caught in cobwebs, get scared by skeletons or spooky lighting which will be all over this Halloween. One the most exciting parts of the event is the costume contest. Participants come dressed in their scariest or most creative costumes, and the winner receives a prize. What will you come up with? We love the creativeness from classic costumes like zombies and ghosts to more modern costumes, you name it, we want to see it.

October 21 – Truck or Treat, Reiter Park, 311 Warren Avenue, Longwood, 3 – 6PM, Come out to Reiter Park on Saturday, October 21st from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm for truck or treating with a variety of trucks, and other vehicles, free candy for children, bounce houses, food vendors, and much more. Activities include a children’s costume contest, Truck-or Treating, Bounce Houses, Games, Free candy for the children, Vendors, and much more.

October 21 – Howl-o-Ween Dog Walk-a-thon, 274 Cranes Roost Blvd., Altamonte Springs, 9AM – 12PM, Franklin’s Friends is excited to present the ninth annual Dog Walkathon and Canine Costume Contest at Cranes Roost Park. Please join us for the leisurely dog walk, doggie costume contest, raffles, vendors, adoptable pets and more! Registration is required.

October 22 – Trick or Treat on Greek Street, UCF’s Greek Park Dr., 2 – 5PM, Come on out for some family fun and enjoy interacting with our Greek community. There will be candy, games, food, face painting and more.

October 23 – Spooktacular Stories and Activities – Central, Central Branch Library, 215 N Oxford Rd, Casselberry, 6 – 7:30PM, This evening begins with spooky stories and music. Afterward, we’ll have creepy crafts, ghoulish games, and a mysterious “touch & feel” table. Costumes are encouraged! Activities designed for ages 5+; families are welcome. No registration required. This program is FREE.

October 24 – Sesame Street Halloween, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11AM – 12PM, Elmo says BOO! Celebrate Halloween with books, crafts, and activities inspired by your Sesame Street friends. Recommended for ages 3-5.

October 25 – Creepy Canvases, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 4 – 5PM, Create fun and frightful Halloween paintings. Recommended for ages 6-12. Registration required.

October 26 – 28 – Phantasmagoria XIV: “Tales of the Undead, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

October 26 & 27 & 28 & 29 – Witches Brew Tea Time, The Tea Room Experience, 420 East Church Street Unit 109, Orlando, 10:30AM – 3PM, Seating Times: 10:30am, 12:30pm & 3:00pm $48 per person. Enjoy a Bewitching Afternoon Tea Experience with a Selection of Finger Sandwiches, Freshly Baked Scones Served with Devonshire Cream & Preserve, Savory Bites, Petite Desserts, Unlimited Loose-Leaf Tea & a special Witches’ Brew. Attire: Pointy Hats & Black Lace encouraged *Children over 5 are welcome, but there is no children pricing *Events are non-refundable *Groups larger than 7 guests, call 407-219-4380 to make your reservation.

October 26 – 31 – HALLOWEEKEND at ICON Park, ICON Park is offering a long Halloweekend of fun! Starting Thursday, Oct 26 through Halloween on Tuesday, Oct. 31, the park will offer free and discounted tickets, a haunted holiday light show and spooky photo ops. “Wheely” Big Fun for Costumed Kiddos, Haunted Holiday Light Show and Best Spooky Selfie Spot.

October 27 – Halloween Spooktacular Preschool Holiday Program, Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard Street, Winter Garden, 10AM – 12PM, Hosted by the City of Winter Garden Parks & Recreation Department, preschoolers are invited to enjoy fall carnival games while dressed in your spookiest costume. Finish the morning off with holiday themed craft and office trick or treating! Welcome to bring a friend or a group to this free event.

October 27 – Halloween Howl Night, Jim Beech Recreation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Rd., Ocoee, 6 – 9PM

October 28 – Maitland Falloween, Independence Square, 1776 Independence Lane, Maitland, 5:30 – 9PM, Join the City of Maitland for Falloween – a seasonal celebration mixed with the fun of Halloween – from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at Independence Square next to City Hall.

October 28 – Eerie Enchantments, Museum of Illusions, If you’re looking for a unique Halloweekend celebration in Orlando, you won’t want to miss Museum of Illusions’ “Eerie Enchantments: A Haunting Halloween Soiree” on Saturday, October 28. The event will feature a cash bar, a costume contest with prizes, photo ops with Halloween-themed illusions and more spooky surprises.

October 28 – Trick or Treat Safe Zone, Orlando Regional History Center and Orlando Public Library, 10AM – 3PM, Trick or Treat Safe Zone for families with children of all ages. Activities range from a scavenger hunt and fair games to face mask decorating and create-your-own monster puppets. Costumes are allowed but they must be family-friendly, and adults may not wear masks that cover the face.

October 28 – Halloween in the Park 2023, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10 S Forest Avenue, Apopka, 10AM – 12PM, Join us for this free family-friendly Trick-or-Treating event with kid activities, vendors, and more! This is a fun & safe trick or treat alternative for the children of Apopka.

October 28 –  Till Death Do Us pARTy: A Day of the Dead Cocktail EveningOrlando Museum of Art, featuring an evening filled with art, music, specialty tequila and mezcal cocktails, light bites, live performances of traditional Mexican dance and more.

October 28 – Trick or Treat Safe Zone, Orange County Regional History Center, 65 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, 10AM – 3PM, Calling all ghosts and ghouls: it’s time for our annual Trick or Treat Safe Zone! Enjoy trick or treating throughout the History Center and the Orlando Public Library along with creepy crafts, candy, games, and more! Costumes encouraged but not required. Free admission; children must be accompanied by an adult.

October 28 – Trunk or Treat, Hopkins Park, 620 E. 17th Street, St Cloud, 10AM – 12PM, Spooktacular fun for the family! Costumes, music, candy, prices and more! Don’t forget your candy bucket!

October 28 – Spooky Skele-bration, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 3PM, It’s time to get your spook on so put on your costume for some scary fun!

October 28 – Halloween Stories at Westminster Winter Park, 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, 3:30 – 4PM, Winter Park Library’s Ms. Shanna brings stories and songs for a spooktacular time at Westminster Winter Park’s Halloween Festival. Wear your favorite costume and enjoy Trunk-or-Treat and other carnival fun from 4-7 pm. This event will be held at the Westminster Winter Park: 1111 S Lakemont Ave, Winter Park, FL 32792. Parking for this location is located within the Westminster parking garage, in any spot that is not numbered.  Please allow some time for parking and walking the short distance  to the main building.

October 28 – Kids’ Trick-or-Treating, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, 4th annual Promenade at Sunset Walk Halloween Kids’ Trick-or-Treating and Car & Truck Show. Featuring over 2 dozen candy locations, plus: Live music by the The Layla Brisbois Band and DJ K1X, Street Performers, Over 30 unique restaurants, shops, and experiences. More than 100 show cars and trucks will also be distributing treats and competing in the top 3 Merchant’s Choice trophies for Best Halloween Themed Rides! FREE admission and parking. Outdoor event. All ages, pet friendly. No outside food or beverage, coolers, chairs, or umbrellas permitted.

October 28 – Aloma Bowl, Airport Lanes Trunk or Treat, 2530 Aloma Ave, Winter Park, Aloma Bowl and Airport Lanes are putting the spooks and scares in strikes and spares with a Halloween event the entire family can enjoy. The entertainment centers will each bring back their popular Trunk or Treat events on Saturday, Oct. 28. Aloma Bowl in Winter Park will kick things off from 1 to 3 p.m. Then, the party will travel north to Airport Lanesin Sanford from 4 to 6 p.m.Guests can sign up in advance to bring their decorated car. Every car entry will receive a “ghoulish gift” and have the chance to take home the $250 prize. Anyone can stop by day-of for an afternoon of games, activities, prizes, candy, costumes and the chance to decorate a bowling pin.Both events are free and open to the public. After guests enjoy the fun, they can also stop inside to check out the venues’ bowling, food and beverage and variety of games for all ages.

October 28 – Halloween in the Park, Kit Land Nelson Park, 10AM – 12PM, This is a free family-friendly Trick-or-Treating event with kid activities, vendors, and more. Kid activities include: Face painting, bounce houses, costume contests (by age groups), photos with our First Responders from the Apopka Police Department and Apopka Fire Department, and more! This is a fun & safe trick or treat alternative for the children of Apopka. Local businesses and organizations will be handing out individually wrapped candy or small toys/prizes to the children in attendance. Prize ribbons will be given to the top 3 best decorated/themed booths. (Not too scary, please!)

October 28 – Halloween Spooktacular!, Central Park at City Hall, 100 N Country Club Road, Lake Mary, 4 – 7PM, Join us for a safe trick-or-treat event! Join us for one of our largest events of the year! Safe trick-or-treating, a DJ blasting tunes, costume contests, and more!

October 28 – Eolaween, East Lawn at Lake Eola, 601 E Washington St, Orlando, 4 – 10PM, Looking for a spooktacular evening of family-friendly fun? Join us on Saturday, October 28, from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Lake Eola’s East Lawn by the Eola House!   Eolaween promises a bewitching time with a lineup of exciting activities, including games, a DJ, a craft station to awaken your artistic spirit, and a thrilling costume contest for all ages. Capture memories at our photo stations and don’t miss the Halloween movie feature, “Ghostbusters,” once darkness falls.  So, gather your goblins, witches, and ghouls, and come to Lake Eola for a hauntingly good time at Eolaween. It’s the perfect way to embrace the Halloween spirit! Activities: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.  & Ghostbusters Movie: 7:00 p.m.

October 28 – Not So Spooky-ween – North, North Branch Library, 150 N. Palmetto Ave, Sanford, 3 – 4PM, This afternoon will be a treat! We’ll listen to some notso spooky stories, do some dancing, and work on special crafts together. This program is for kids and families; no one will be scared or spooked. No registration required. This program is free!

October 28 – Trunk or Treat Car Show, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 4 – 8PM, Over 2 Dozen Candy Locations, 4th annual Promenade at Sunset Walk Halloween Kids’ Trick-or-Treating and Car & Truck Show, presented by the all new Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando™ Sunset Walk and Margaritaville Resort Orlando.

October 28 – Spooktacular, Downtown Avalon Park, 5 – 9PM, Trick or Treating • Food Trucks • Community Performances • Bounce Houses • Vendors • Costume Contest

October 28 – Halloween Costume Contest, Wekiva Island, 7 – 11PM, Looking for Halloween plans? Head to Wekiva Island for our annual Halloween party and costume contest. Dress to impress for a chance to win prizes and enjoy live music by The Hindu Cowboys! Wekivas Wickedest-$500 Cash & $500 Wekiva Island  Gift Card, 1st-$300 Cash & $200 Wekiva Island  Gift Card, 2nd-$250 Cash & $100 Wekiva Island Gift Card, 3rd-$150 Cash & $50 Wekiva Island  Gift Card, Best Group-Sand Bana Rental including a case of beer & a case of Nütrl Vodka Seltzer and a Cabana Feast (up to 15 guests) *Contest is for ages 21 and up*

October 29 – Cosplay and Cars Halloween Trunk or Treat, Dezerland Action Park, 11AM – 4:30PM, The free, family-friendly event will bring together car lovers and cosplayers for a car show and other fun activities including a go-kart competition on Florida’s longest indoor karting track, a costume and cosplay contest, lots of candy and more.

October 30 – Halloween Costume Dance Party – East, East Branch Library, 310 Division St, Oveido, 10:30 – 11:30AM, Are you ready to dance? Dress up in costume and join us for stories, movement, and music. Decorate a special treat bag, and make your way around the library for fun surprises! Activities geared toward ages 2-5, but all children and families are welcome.

October 31 – Boo Bash, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 10 – 10:30AM, Ages 18 months-6 years. No tricks – just a treat! Enjoy a not-so-scary morning of Halloween-themed stories then trick-or-treat around the Library.

October 31 – Halloween Storytime, Alafaya Branch Library,12000 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando, 11 – 11:30AM, Wear your costume and join us for not-so-scary Halloween stories. Recommended for ages 3-5.

October 31 – Trick-or-Treat at the Library & Events Center, Winter Park Library, 1052 W Morse Blvd., Winter Park, 10:30AM – 4PM, Ages Birth – 17. Celebrate Halloween at the Library and Events Center! Come in costume and pick up some treats from us. Enrollment not required. While supplies last. Library Trick-or-Treat stops: New Leaf Bookstore, 2nd floor Information Desk. Events Center Trick-or-Treat at side entrance, near the porte cochere.

October 31 – 100 Happy Haunts, North Orange Branch Library, 1211 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, 11AM – 12PM, Shriek with delight at this not-so-spooky event, celebrating 100 years of Happy Haunts at the library! Recommended for ages 18-36 months. Costumes encouraged.

October 31 – Halloween Costume Contest, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 5 – 10PM, Must be 18 or older to enter. Free admission and registration for all 18 and over participants, and free admission for all spectators.Top 25 Best Costume judging selections from 8 to 9 PM throughout the Promenade. Contest eliminations & finals selected by audience applause begin at 9:30 PM at the Promenade Plaza Stage.

October 31 – Monsters on MainStreet, 100 North Woodland Boulevard, Downtown DeLand, 6 – 8PM, Take the family out for a night of Trick-or-Treating in Downtown DeLand!

October 31 – Halloween Costume Contest, Promenade at Sunset Walk, 5 – 10PM, Join the Promenade at Sunset Walk Halloween Costume Contest at the Promenade Plaza Stage from 5 to 10 PM. Must be 18 or older to enter. Free admission and registration for all 18 and over participants, and free admission for all spectators.










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