Halloween is right around the corner, and Spectrum News has you covered for all things that go bump in the night!
GREENSBORO: The festival also offers community game booths, a photo booth, costume contests, a pirate maze, bingo and children’s arts and crafts. There will be lots of free candy and treats for the kids.
GREENSBORO: Join us for stories, rhymes, a short movie, and an art activity about yummy apples and pumpkins. This is a preschool storytime for ages birth to 5 and their siblings.
WINSTON- SALEM: Although Halloween was not part of the historic town of Salem, its presence is alive and well today with trick or treating, pumpkin carving and tours.
ASHEBORO: Join the crowd in Downtown Asheboro on Halloween Night for costume contests, games, prizes, haunted attractions, and LOTS OF CANDY!
CHARLOTTE: This ghoulish night of a cappella music and amazing make-up and costumes is a must-see for those who enjoy a Halloween bash with creative repertoire, comedy and improvisation.
CHARLOTTE: What’s a Halloween without watching Hocus Pocus? A free showing will be held.
CHARLOTTE: Carowinds' Scarowinds just might give you your annual dose of Halloween fright. When darkness falls the "theme park" transforms into a "scream park" with more than 500 monsters for the Carolina's biggest Halloween event until October 29.
BALLANTYNE: Don’t miss the chance to connect with over 50 local health and wellness vendors, receive valuable health tips, enjoy festive activities such as a photo station, local mascots food truck fare and walk away with tons of great giveaways
IRON STATION: Roast s'mores at the bonfire, play games, or shop from vendors while you wait to catch your hayride. Contact us to arrange a hayless ride if need be.
RALEIGH: Bring your furry babies to the City Social Raleigh Pints+Puppies Halloween Pup Crawl, to benefit Hope Animal Rescue!
RALEIGH: Come build a scarecrow and enjoy other fall activities. Stuffing materials and forms to support your scarecrow are provided. You come prepared with your scarecrow's wardrobe and your creativity!
MORRISVILLE: The Morrisville Police and Fire Departments have partnered with Morrisville Parks & Recreation for a festive "Trunk or Treat" event.
CHAPEL HILL: Costumes and creativity showcase the best of this spontaneous crowd gathering that occurs each year on Franklin Street.
LELAND: This free event provides families with an alternative to traditional Trick or Treating and is one of the Town’s most popular, drawing several thousand children and parents.
DURHAM: Bring friends and family to the legendary gathering of 50+ food trucks and local craft beer. All you have to pay for is your choice of food or drink.
CARY: An afternoon of trick-or-treating, storytelling, and a magic show.
NEW BERN: Bring the kids dressed in their favorite costume and get into the Halloween spirit with crafts, games, and of course, candy! While wandering the haunted grounds, you’ll encounter friendly witches, ghouls, and ghosts.
KURE BEACH: Pirate skeletons, caped superheroes, fairy princesses and many more haunt the wild attraction for three nights of ghoulish good times.
WILMINGTON: Whether you want to burn a few pre-Halloween calories with our fall 5k or get started adding them on with our Candy Dash, a family 1 mile un-timed trick or treat walk, there is something for you.