14 Ways to Kickoff Halloween Early
Halloween is a week away, but that doesn't have to stop you from having a ghostly fun weekend filled with pumpkin carving, costume contests and trick-or-treating. Here are 14 ways your family can conjure enough Halloween spirit to last through next weekend.
Spooktacular Stories, Friday, Jamestown
Enjoy stories, songs, performances, crafts and a haunted hallway to celebrate Halloween.
Spooktacular Movie Night, Sunday, Burlington
Watch a Halloween classic on the big screen. Enjoy yummy concessions for purchase including popcorn, hot chocolate and candy favorites.
Spookywoods, Friday-Saturday, Archdale
150 incredibly costumed characters, movie quality sets and state of the art concessions.
Ghost Stories in the Historical Park, Saturday, High Point
Tales of ghosts and goblins told by a storyteller. Snacks including s’mores, popcorn and apple cider will be for sale.
Ghost Train, Friday-Saturday, Blowing Rock
Admission includes all the nighttime events in the park including the ride on the Ghost Train, Trick-or-Treating for the kids, Haunted House and more.
Ghoulash! Saturday, Greensboro
This event takes over the Historical Museum for four hours of spooktackular, candy-grabbing family fun with costume contests, a cemetery walk, games, a haunted house and more.
Halloween Pumpkin Carving, Saturday, Winston-Salem
Old Salem will provide a complimentary pumpkin (while the supply lasts) to each child that he or she can carve for a chance to win a prize in several different categories.
Pumpkin Run, Saturday, Kernersville
Included in the day's activities are vendors/exhibitors, live entertainment, kids' activities, costume contests for adults, Children and dogs, prizes and, of course, pumpkins.
The HOME MAZE and Pumpkin Patch, Saturday-Sunday, Winston-Salem
The maze is cut in the shape of The Children's Home logo on 6.5 acres of sorghum. Enjoy also the toddler maze, cow train, parent hangout, a pumpkin chunker and tons of bright orange pumpkins in the pumpkin patch.
Trick or Treat
Boo at the Zoo, Saturday-Sunday, Asheboro
Celebrate the excitement of the season with a weekend of safe daytime Halloween fun. Enjoy trick or treat games, face painting, live entertainment and a children's costume contest.
Trick-or-Treat at SciWorks, Saturday, Winston-Salem
Trick-or-treat throughout the museum for candy and novelty items. Costumes encouraged.
Trick or Treat in Old Salem, Sunday, Winston-Salem
Children can trick-or-treat at the doors of the historic buildings along Main Street between Salem Square (600 South Main Street) and the Frank L. Horton Museum Center (924 South Main Street).
Truck & Treat, Sunday, Winston-Salem
There will be more than 25 vehicles parked outside the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem and on Liberty Street. Explore the vehicles, trick-or-treat for novelties and candy, enjoy DJ music, fun activities, a craft and more. Halloween costumes are encouraged.
Trunk or Treat 2015, Sunday, Kernersville
Put on your costume and follow the trick-or-treat trail in the parking lot where treats (or tricks!) will be handed out from the trunks of festively decorated cars. There will also be food trucks, a petting zoo, hay rides and more.