Miss out on the festivities this weekend? Never fear â€“ Halloween proper is this Wednesday and there are still plenty of ways to celebrate. Check out these family-friendly events happening on October 31 around the DFW area:
Fall Festival at The Fields at Carrollton Parkway
Carrollton â€“ 5:30â€“8:30pm; Free
First Baptist Church Carrollton hosts the 36th annual Fall Festival, with carnival games, inflatables, pony rides, a petting zoo, refreshments and lots of candy. Food from Chick-fil-A and Christina’s available for purchase.
Fall Festival at Prestonwood Baptist Church
Plano â€“ 6â€“9pm; Free admission and games
Join Prestonwood for a safe evening of games, pony rides, food trucks, inflatables, a petting zoo and more. Euro Bungee, Survivor Zip Line and other big attractions available for a nominal fee.
Scare on the Square at Historic Downtown McKinney
McKinney â€“ 4â€“6pm; Free
Go trick-or-treating at the downtown center, walk through a pumpkin patch, compete in the â€œBe Green on Halloweenâ€ costume contest and watch a performance by the McTown Clowns at the McKinney Performing Arts Center.
Trunk-or-Treat at City Hall
Lake Dallas â€“ 4â€“6pm; Free
Go trick-or-treating at a tailgate party hosted by local businesses and community organizations and enjoy games, hayrides and juggling acts.
Trick or Treating at Firewheel Town Center
Garland â€“ 5:30â€“7:30pm; Free
Wear your costume and trick or treat at participating stores in Firewheel Town Center.
Street ‘N Treat at Market Square
Grand Prairie â€“ 6â€“8pm; Free
Costume up and head to 120 W. Main Street for trick-or-treating, games, bounce houses and more. Local businesses will be open for shopping, too.
All Hallows Eve Train at the Cotton Belt Depot
Grapevine â€“ 7pm; $20 per person
Wear your costume and go for a ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad. Ghostly fun for the whole family.
Treat Street at Stockyards Station
Fort Worth â€“ 6â€“8pm; Free
Celebrate Halloween with a trick-or-treating event at the stockyards with games and activities by Radio Disney, pumpkin painting, hay rides and a costume contest.
Visit the DFWChild calendar for more Halloween events.
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