Come celebrate Halloween at the Newbury Town Library. We will be doing crafts all day and handing out candy to all our little trick or treaters! Stop by and show off your costume, do a Halloween craft and get some delicious treats!
The goal of this race is not to achieve the fastest time, it's survival! Runners will follow the designated course while encountering a terrifying array of the finest Zombies Salem has to offer! Runners will be wearing a flag belt, similar to the ones worn in flag football. The zombies will try to grab the flags off the belt, which ‘kills’ the runner. Once a runner looses all three of their flags, they are ‘dead’. Dead runners will still finish the course and will receive a medal, and anyone who has any flags left after they finish are ‘alive’ and will receive a medal with a “survivor” ribbon attached.
Haunting Tales and Bewitching Cocktails at Peirce Farm at Witch Hill, Topsfield.
Travel back to Victorian times at the gentleman farm of railroad tycoon T.W. Peirce where you will be spellbound by eerie ghost stories in the manor house, enjoy games and music in the barn, and savor a complimentary signature cocktail.
Kids are invited to the Ipswich Halloween Parade! Gather if you dare on the Ipswich Riverwalk, parade over the infested waters of the Ipswich River to nightmare on Elm Street, down haunted County Road, and ending at Town Hall Graveyard for cider and donuts! Presented by the Ipswich Police Community Resource Unit.
Go in search of witches and other weird wonders in the spooky town of Salem. Kids and adults work together to solve tricky questions while learning the tales behind old buildings, statues, graveyards, and assorted places that are, according to legend, haunted.
Peek-a-Boo at the Stone Zoo will feature Halloween themed crafts and games, along with a haunted maze. Visitors to the Zoo will also have the chance to learn about enrichment as many of the animals receive pumpkins!
Children throughout New England are invited to trick-or-treat among the animals. Thrills, chills and animals lurk around every corner on the Trick-or-Treat Trail! Throughout the day, guests will learn about the importance of enrichment, as they watch as many of the animals receive pumpkins, generously donated by Whole Foods of Melrose, as enrichment items.
MarketStreet Lynnfield celebrates Halloween weekend with its first annual MarketStreet Monster Mash, a costume dance party for the whole family, taking place on The Green on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.
MarketStreet Lynnfield’s resident DJ Rick DeSanctis will get the party started with spooktacular songs and fun giveaways for kids and adults. MarketStreet Monster Mash is free and open to the public. The Monster Mash is in lieu of trick-or-treating at MarketStreet. Further details are below and online at www.marketstreetlynnfield.com.
Join the artists on Artists’ Row for Salem Mayor's Night Out and a free fun activity: Tap into your creative spirit and decorate a Halloween mask or a wooden pumpkin round. All materials are provided but first come, first serve and one per child. This event is brought to you by the City of Salem Public Space Initiative, Artists of Artists’ Row, Salem Main Streets and Creative Salem.
Liberty Tree Mall hosts a FREE mall-wide Mall-O-Ween event which includes trick-or-treating and Halloween activities for all of the little ghosts, witches, goblins, and more! Participating stores only will hand out treats, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.
At the Cape Ann Farmers' Market Halloween Market, you'll find over 20 vendors selling fresh produce, soups, baked goods, crafts, meats, cheese, herbs, smoked fish, pasta, and guacamole. All fresh, all local, in time for Thanksgiving dinner.