Looking for something to do this upcoming weekend? Here’s our Community Round-Up! Don’t forget to check out our post for trick-or-treat times as well!
*Join the Gothic Milwaukee Haunted Historical Walking Tour! Held October 29 at 6pm or 8pm. Discover the dark secrets and eerie sightings lurking in the shadows of the city…$15 per walker. Hurry, these spots won’t last long!
*Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours is a new way to explore the city. The Ghastly History of the East Side Tour takes you to explore the fascinating, extraordinary, and sometimes grisly history. Check it out on October 28 at 8:45pm.
*A Halloween party is planned for October 29 from 11-1pm at Big Bend Elementary School in Big Bend. Toddlers through 5th grade are invited to attend! It’s FREE and children should come in costumes and prizes will be awarded for the best costumes!
*Get ready for the Oconomowoc Halloween Parade! FREE on October 29 at 4pm. Starts in downtown Oconomowoc and ends in Roosevelt Park. Don’t miss out!
*Have fun in Lake Geneva’s only Escape Room on October 29! Open from 10am-10pm but you only have 60 minutes to unravel the mystery and escape the room. Can you escape? Bring your friends and family for this fun and challenging experience where you are locked in a room and must decode the clues, solve the puzzle and make your escape!
*Get ready for costumes and cocktails on October 29 from 8pm-1am at The Ridge – Lakeview Lounge in Lake Geneva. Costume contest and a DJ will make for a fun night! Winners will be announced at 11pm with special prizes!
*Come one, come all to the Annual Fall Harvest Fair! At the Parkway Chateau in Kenosha on October 29 from 9-3pm. Best part is that it is FREE! There will be a kids’ craft corner, various vendors and crafty booths. There will also be shopping, food and entertainment galore!
*The Pringle Nature Center Event is hosting a Halloween Candlelight Night Hike on October 29 from 6-8:30pm. Come dressed in your best Halloween costume for a self-guided hike along a candle-lit trail! Hot chocolate and snacks will be provided.
*Ready to be spooked? Join the Port Washington Ghost Walk of 2016 on October 29 from 8-10:30pm. Spend an evening hearing the spirited experiences of the residents of Port Washington for only $15 a ticket. Boo!
*The annual Pumpkin Walk will happen on October 31 from 5-9pm on Washington Street, Cedarburg. Bring carved pumpkins to light up the street, wear a costume and creep down the avenue to view the glowing jack-o-lanterns.
*Enjoy Boo at the Zoo! Located at the Racine Zoo from 9-4:30pm with fun activities such as a straw bale maze, creating your own snacks, spooky crafts and meeting special creepy, crawly animals! Join if you dare!
*Racine’s annual Trolloween is the area’s biggest and best Halloween pub crawl and costume party on October 29! $2 wristband for a ride on a shuttle between 16 Downtown and River North nightspots in Downtown Racine. Drink specials, food and entertainment at every stop! Don’t forget the costume contest!
* Get ready for the Pumpkin Palooza held downtown Watertown on October 29 from 10-7:30pm. A variety of crafts and activities are being planned for people of all ages to enjoy. Highlights for the day include, sidewalk games, trick-or-treating, costume parade and more!
*Attend Busy Barns Farm Autumn Adventure! On October 29 or 30 in Fort Atkinson from 10-5pm. $10 gets you a hayride, u-pick pumpkin patch, animal barn to feed and hold baby farm animals, trivia corn maze and so much more! Many agricultural experiences and learning opportunities will occur on your day on the farm!
*A twist on a classic story, “Dr. Jeckyll, No Place to Hyde” is a hilarious farce that will keep you laughing throughout the entire performance! Shows start on October 29 at 7:30pm or October 30 at 2:30pm for a $14 ticket. Don’t miss out!
*Don’t miss out on the Spooktacular on October 29 from 2-5pm held at the Atrium Health in Plymouth. Crafts, trick-or-treating, food and games for the entire family! Atrium also participates in the Teal Pumpkin Project to welcome all families with food allergies.
So many great things going on, how will you choose? For a full list of things going on, visit your local county’s website. #ShorewestRealtors #ShorewestFamily #CommunityRoundUp
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