Halloween is on Saturday this weekend and unless you’re in New York cheering on the Royals, (GO ROYALS!) you are probably looking for something different to do with your kids. No kids? Don’t be scared, there are plenty of adult oriented Halloween happenings in KC.
Free Fun for Kiddos Saturday October 31st
Scare-It Halloween at Kansas City Museum
Kansas City Museum’s annual trick -or -treating event from 4 to 8 in historic northeast features a haunted house, candy, inflatables, zombies on stilts and much more sponsored by Scarritt (Get it? Scare -it??) Renaissance Neighborhood Association. Open for all!
Trick-or-Treating Downtown Parkville
Come one, come all to historic Parkville for trick-or-treating 10-6!
Haunted Maze at Gage Center Blue Springs
Friendly ghouls, mazes, games, activity stations and, of course, plenty of treats will be provided from 3:30-6:30 for ages toddler through 12 years. A donation of a canned good is appreciated.
Boos, Barks & Badges Halloween Parade Lee’s Summit
Dress up your kids and your dogs for this family friendly event in Lee’s Summit. Parade from City Hall Plaza to Howard Station, then trick-or-treat at the business downtown. Prizes will be given for best costumes!
Trick-or-Treating in Brookside
Gather your mummies and collect your yummies from 3-5!
Northland Safe Trick-or-Treating Zona Rosa
Featuring an interactive haunted house, kid-friendly games and lots of candy 5-9.
Historic Liberty Square
Trick-or-treating from 5-7 on the square.
Spooky Skate Line Creek
Children 3-14 can dress up and skate and enjoy treats and games in the warming room. 2-4 Line Creek Community Center
Carnival of Chaos at Power & Light
Must be 21 to attend this free Halloween event in P&L. DJ Mike Scott, over 50 bars, restaurants and nightclubs with specials and costume contests that could earn you $15,000 worth of prizes.
Bacchus Bash at Union Station
This Halloween charity event to benefit the Love Fund For Children will feature “DJ Architekt”, 10 bars and mixed drink stations, live performances and costume contests. Tickets are $55 -$75, starts at 7 pm.
Halloween party in a real former asylum, palm readings, horror burlesque and optional ghost tour. $30 for general admission, $40 with ghost tour. 7pm
Wornall House Ghost Tours
Take a tour, if you dare, of the 155 plus year old Wornall house, that’s said to be haunted by the many that died there. Tours leave at 6:30, 7 and 7:30 and are $15 each.
Halloween on the Hill at Martini Corner
All 5 bars on Martini Corner will be hosting their annual Halloween block party from 8-11 each with their own costume party. General admission, $22.50 (unlimited well drinks, domestic beer and house wine) and VIP (premium liquor) $35.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour!
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