Friday, October 15, 2010

Updated List of Baton Rouge Area Halloween Events

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Halloween events in the Baton Rouge area. I will be adding to this list as I find more.


Haints Haunts and Halloween: A Rural Life Fall Fair
Sunday, October 31, 2010
3:30 pm until 6:30 pm

· Storytelling featuring “The Ghosts of Windrush”
· Cakewalk sponsored by Ambrosia Bakery
· Pumpkin Decorating
· Face Painting, wagon rides, historic games, apple dunking.
· Refreshment available for sale: Popcorn Balls, Ginger Cookies, etc.
· Entertainment provided by: Ms. Dorothy and the Shaky Egg Band
· Conclude with a safe and scenic family venue for trick-or-treating with old fashioned treats.
· 4560 Essen Lane
· Admission; $5.00 per person
· Contact Information: 765-2437


Boo at the Zoo

The Zoo invites you to join us for Boo at the Zoo, a merry-not-scary trick-or-treating extravaganza. Wear your best costumes and visit the Zoo on October 16, 17, 23, & 24. Children can visit treat stations throughout the Zoo, take a snapshot with one of the Zoo's animals and wander through the merry, not scary Hay Maze and Boo Den. General Zoo admission applies.


This year's Zombie Fest will take place at the Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Blvd., on Saturday Oct. 23, from 3-5 p.m. Zombie Fest 2010 will coincide with the "Thrill the World" event, when everyone will be dancing the "Thriller" dance! There will be games, food and fun for all you undead. Bring a non-perishable food item (canned goods, boxed or bagged) to feed the hungry. Donated items will go to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank. For more information, call 225-231-3770.



Bring the family to enjoy the 2nd Annual Pumpkin Patch at the St. James Welcome Center thru Oct. 30 10 a.m. -5 p.m. While at the Pumpkin Patch, visitors can purchase pumpkins and gourds of all shapes and sizes, enjoy a hay ride, walk through a haunted house, explore a nature trail and take pictures under a decorated gazebo! For more information call 225-869-1717.


The 13th Gate, one of America's top rated haunted attractions, invites fear lovers to the haunting of their lives with over 100 professional actors, 12 special effects makeup and airbrush artists and many costume specialists working together to bring the terrifying show to life each night. The 13th Gate will open Sept. 23- Oct. 16 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, and Oct. 21-31 every night. Also check out the Flashlight Fright nights Nov. 5- 6.


The Maize at Cajun Country Corn, located northeast of Baton Rouge in Pine Grove, offers both haunted and non-haunted trails. The second half of the maze will be haunted every weekend in October and the entire week prior to Halloween, beginning at dusk. Click HERE for maze schedules.



The "Ghost of the Castle" exhibit, located in the Old State Capitol, provides a new perspective while recounting the history of the "Castle on the River." Initially spooky, a little witty, and overall entertaining, this new exhibit is a great addition to any Halloween itinerary. Click HERE for further information about the Sarah Morgan Exhibit and Louisiana's Old State Capitol.



The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville is hailed as one of the most haunted homes in the nation. The plantation offers Mystery Tours on Friday & Saturday evenings at 6, 7 and 8 p.m. Reservations are recommended, so gather a group if you're brave enough to chance a run-in with a real ghost. Click HERE for the Myrtles reservation information.

All of this information is courtesy of VisitBatonRouge.com. Go HERE to see more events and to sign up for their email updates!


First Annual Yappy Halloween Run

Saturday, Oct 30th, at 3pm
Galvez Plaza near Downtown Baton Rouge
yappyhalloweenrun@cprt.com
225-709-1729

1 mile race, a raffle, costume stroll, treats and refreshments (for people and dogs), music and adoptions!

Halloween BOOzar

Thursday, October 28, 2010, Fieldhouse, 6:30pm-8:00pm: collecting canned good items at the door for the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank.The event is completely free.



Trick or treating on Sorority row at LSU is Wednesday October 27th from 5-7



Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin Patch in Hammond LA

Go HERE for more hours and directions!



Jefferson United Methodist Church pumpkin patch

Go HERE for times and information!

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