1. Deck the Mall at Pearl Street Mall

10/26-10/27

10 am to 5 pm

Start your holiday season off right with a holiday arts and crafts fair. There will be a variety of one of-a-kind seasonal items, unique holiday gifts, and handmade treasures crafted by local artisans. There will also be free live music and a free holiday craft design area. This is the perfect time to stock up on gifts for the whole family!

2. Halloween Carnival at South Boulder Rec Center

10/25

3 pm to 5 pm

This annual Halloween carnival is a fun, family-friendly event with a bouncy castle, carnival games, crafts, a photo backdrop, face paint, prizes, snacks, and more! This event is geared toward 3-8 years old, but those under 3 and adults are free; all other are $15 and includes all of the Halloween activities.

3. McGuckin Hardware Halloween Spooktacular! at MckGuckin Hardware

10/26

10 am to 1 pm

MckGuckin is hosting a Halloween craft event with a spooky Franken-Pumpkin kids’ craft! Kids 12 and younger get a FREE pumpkin plus all the bolts, wing nuts, washers, and other hardware they need to create a no-carve masterpiece! Costumes are encouraged. Adult supervision is required, one pumpkin per child.

4. Costumes, Cabernets, and Chocolate at 47 Dartmouth Circle

10/26

7 pm to 10 pm

What could be better than the three Cs: costumes, Cabernet, and chocolate? This Halloween wine event requires you to come in costume and bring Cabernet, zinfandel, and an appetizer to share. Bring your own wine glass and get in the spooky spirit of Halloween with like-minded people.

5. Haunt in the ‘Mont in Downtown Longmont

10/26

5 pm to 9 pm

Haunt in the ‘Mont is celebrating its fifth year of a “business crawl” through Downtown Longmont with sample drinks and treats from over 30 Longmont businesses, including Bin 36, Cheba Hut, and Dickens Tavern. All proceeds benefit The Education Foundation for the St Vrain Valley.

 

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee spends her time reading, writing, and debating.