Friday night kicks off the weekend with a Monster Mash Dance Bash, attendees of all ages can enjoy a costume dance party, photo ops, costume contests, and a special performance of “Thriller” by the Warrenton High School cheerleaders.
On Saturday morning, kids can visit participating businesses to enjoy free Halloween stations. They and their parents can stay for the pet costume parade, followed by the second-annual Haunted Surrey Parade. Follow the procession to the Seashore Inn parking lot for Trunk or Treat.
Adults can join in at the Times Theatre at 11 p.m. for a special interactive viewing of the cult classic “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
At noon on Sunday, a huge pumpkin will be dropped from a 40’-high crane. Get your bets in on where you think the farthest piece of pumpkin will land. The winner will receive half the pot.
Friday, Oct. 25
5-7 p.m. – Monster Mash Dance Bash at Bob Chisholm Center. $5 per person, or $20 for 4-plus. Special treats, a free picture and costume contest.
Saturday, Oct. 26
11-3 p.m. – Free family activities including face painting, Halloween shell painting, balloon animals, touch tanks, cookie decorating, scavenger hunt, airbrush tattoos, arts and crafts, and more.
3:30 p.m. – Pet parade and costume contest
4-5 p.m. – Spooky Surrey Bikes will parade downtown, decked out in festive decorations.
5-7 p.m. – Trunk or Treat at the Seashore Inn.
11 p.m. – “Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
Sunday, Oct. 27
12 p.m. – The big pumpkin drop at the Seaside Public Parking Lot
5:30 p.m. – Maggie’s on the Prom’s 5th-annual Murder Mystery Dinner & Interactive Show. $60 tickets, reservations required. Register at
Thursday, Oct. 31
2-5 p.m. –