Have you planned multiple costumes for this year’s Halloween festivities? Because there are quite a few of them throughout Door County!
We’ve compiled a few Halloween highlights taking place, but encourage you to check our Events Calendar for more Halloween-inspired events.
We wish you all a safe and happy Halloween!
Friday, Oct. 25
• Boo Bash at Y!
The Door County YMCA invites families and friends to the annual “Boo Bash” at the Door County YMCA Sturgeon Bay Center from 6 pm – 8 pm. Prizes for the best dressed. Enjoy a magician, carnival games, face painting, refreshments, a haunted pool, inflatable bouncer, raffle and prizes.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25 and 26
• Jack O’ Lantern Days, Fish Creek.
This is a hometown Halloween celebration full of family friendly activities. Highlights include pumpkin carving, mask making, a Haunted Halloween Parade, trick or treating and costume parties for dogs, kids and adults.
Saturday, Oct. 26
• Thrills on Third, Sturgeon Bay
This even includes free pumpkin painting from 9 – 11 am at the Artists Guild; a costume parade on Third Avenue from 1 – 3 pm; complimentary costume portraits at Avenson Photography from 1 – 3 pm; trick-or-treating on Third Avenue from 2 – 3 pm.
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 26 and 27
• Algoma’s 7th Annual Magical Storyland/Halloween Walk
Visit storybook characters. There are also “scary” places to visit for the more brave participants. The Halloween walk is at the Algoma High School from 10 am – 4 pm both days.
Sunday, Oct. 27
• Halloween Safe Walk, Egg Harbor
Trick-or-Treating from 2 – 4 pm.
Thursday, Oct. 31
• Baileys Harbor Halloween Party, Baileys Harbor Town Hall
Games, a costume contest (6:30 pm), and the Spooky Café will take place from 5 – 7 pm. Trick or Treat at area businesses from 4 – 6 pm.
• Washington Island Halloween Party and Trunk or Treating
A celebration at Washington Island School Commons for children, grades K – 8. Children come in their costumes at 3 pm. At 4 pm children may go to the Trunk or Treating event until 4:30 pm when trick or treating begins.