Toledo Haunted Houses, Toledo Trick or Treat times, Toledo Halloween Party, Halloween Happenings for Toledo and Surrounding Communities

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays here at We can't get enough tricks...or treats! Once again, we've compiled a comprehensive list of all the frightful and fun Halloween happenings in the Toledo area. However you choose to celebrate--from parties and festivals to trick-or-treat times, pumpkin patches and corn mazes--we've got your 2016 Halloween events covered. (We are keeping an ongoing list. If you know of something we missed, please send the info to [email protected].)

Trick or Treat Times

Halloween Parades

Haunted Houses

Pumpkin Farms, Corn Mazes & Cider Mills

Family Festivals and Activities

Halloween Arts & Crafts Workshops

Storytelling & Folklore

Outdoor Fun & Nature Events

Adult Parties

Music, Performances & Film 

Trick or Treat Times 2016

Wednesday, October 26
Downtown Sycamore: 4:30-6pm

Thursday, October 27
Bluffton: 6-7:30pm
Defiance: 6-7:30pm
Findlay, 6:30-8pm
Leipsic: 6-7:30pm
Sycamore: 6-7:30pm

Friday, October 28
Downtown Tiffin: 3:30-5pm

Saturday, October 29
Arcadia: 5:30-7pm
Bellevue: 5-7pm
Fostoria: 5:30 –7pm
Haskins: 6-8pm
Pemberville: 5:30-7pm
Swanton: 6-7:30pm

Sunday, October 30
Fremont: 4-6pm
Gibsonburg: 5-7pm
Tiffin: 6-8pm

Monday, October 31
Archbold 6-7:30pm
Bedford 6-8pm
Blissfield: 5:30-7pm
Bloomville: 6-7:30pm
Bowling Green: 6:30-8pm
Carey: 6-7:30pm
Elmore: 6-8pm
Genoa: 6-8pm
Grand Rapids: 5-7pm
Holland: 6-8pm
Huron: 5-7pm
Liberty Center: 5:30-7pm
Luckey: 6-7:30pm
Luna Pier: 6-7:30pm
Maumee: 6-8pm
Metamora: 5:30-7:30pm
Monclova Township: 6-8pm
Monroe: 6:30-8pm
Northwood: 6-7:30pm
Norwalk: 6:30-8pm
Norwalk: 6:30-8pm
Oregon: 6-8pm
Ottawa Hills: 6-8pm
Perrysburg: 6-8pm
Port Clinton: 5-7pm
Rossford 6-8pm
Sandusky: 5-7:30pm
Springfield: 6-8pm
Sylvania/Sylvania Township: 6-7:30pm
Tecumseh: 6-8pm
Toledo: 6-8pm
Walbridge: 6-7:30pm
Washington Township: 6-8pm
Waterville: 6-8pm
Wauseon: 6-7:30pm
Whitehouse: 6-8pm
Woodville: 6-8pm

Halloween Parades

October 29, 7pm

October 25, 7pm

October 8, 4-8pm

Grand Rapids
October 31, 7:30pm

October 26, 7pm

October 30, 2pm

October 16,11am-4pm


Haunted Houses

House of Damnation (Maumee) 

Cedar Point HalloWeekends

Purgatory (Findlay)

Ghostly Manor (Sandusky) 

Haunted Hydro (Fremont)

Lake Erie Fearfest (Sandusky)

ScreamAcres & The PanDEMONium Project (Napoleon) 

Terror Town (Maumee) 

Pumpkin Farms, Corn Mazes & Cider Mills

Fulton County

Hoen's Orchard
12540 County Road 7-2
Delta, OH 43515
Phone: 419-822-4080
U-Pick apples, pumpkin patch (pick from the field or choose a pumpkin that is already gathered from the field), pre-picked produce.
Open daily 9am-7pm.

Johnston Fruit Farm 
2790 Airport Highway
Swanton, OH
Phone: 419-826-1453
U-Pick apples and pumpkins.
Open Monday-Saturday from 8am-7pm and Sunday from 10am-6pm.

Henry County

Leaders Farm
Corner of State Route 24 and County Road 16 
Napoleon, OH
Phone: 419-599-1570
Enjoy the corn maze, gem mining, pumpkin picking, play areas for the kids, scenic hayrides, face painting, live entertainment and much more.
Open Friday-Sunday now through October 30th.
Admission: $9.00 for ages 5 and up, free for kids under 4.

Lucas County

Fleitz Pumpkin Farm
7133 Seaman Road 
Oregon, OH 43618
Phone: 419-836-7613
Pumpkin patch (already gathered from the field), corn maze, adult and child-sized haybale mazes, tractor-pulled hay rides, gift shop, snacks and refreshment stand, picnic area, farm animals, school tours. Crops are usually available in September and October.
Open 7 days a week,10am-7pm. September 12 through October 31.

Hoen's Greenhouse & Garden Center
1710 Perrysburg-Holland Road
Holland, OH 43528
Phone: 419-865-9276
Pumpkin patch (already gathered from the field), haybale maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, fresh honey from hives on the farm, pre-picked produce, gift shop, restrooms, school tours.
Open Monday-Saturday 9am-7pm, Sunday 11am-5pm.

MacQueen Orchards
7605 Garden Road
Holland, OH
Phone: 419-865-2916
Apples, cider mill, pony rides, wagon rides, kiddie rides, craft shows, barbecues, apple pie baking contest, and live entertainment.
Open: Year-round. Scheduled tours are available to see how the apples are washed and prepared, and then squished by an apple cider press to produce one of nature's finest drinks! Schools and group are given a special walk-through tour of the MacQueen Orchards Cider Mill and Packing Plant.
9am-8pm in October, 9am-6pm in November.

Nelson's Pumpkins
6760 Brown Road
Oregon, OH 43618.
Phone: 419-836-2108
Pumpkin patch (already gathered from the field), gourds, various sizes of pumpkins, corn stalks, straw bales, apples.
Open daily, October 1-31.

Stevens Gardens
4550 Weckerly Road
Monclova, OH 43542 
Phone: 419-867-7229
Pumpkins for sale in the shop and farmstand, pumpkin patch (pick from the field), child-sized hay maze, tractor-pulled hay rides and petting zoo.
Open Monday-Sunday from 10am-7pm, with extended hours Friday-Saturday from dusk-10pm.

Wheeler Farms Corn Maze
11455 Obee Road
Whitehouse, OH 43571
Phone: 419-877-2733
Come challenge your wits in our 6.2 miles of corn mazes and discover why getting lost means finding fun! Whether you are seeking laughter by day or adventure by night, you are sure to find everything you came for and more.
Open now through October 31.
Friday: 5pm-Midnight. Saturday: Noon-Midnight. Sunday: Noon-8pm. Last ticket sold 1 hour before closing time.

Monroe County

Gust Brothers Pumpkin Farm
13639 Mulberry Road
Ottawa Lake, MI 49267
Phone: 517-486-2237
Check out a working farm and all its glory. Families are welcome to pick a peck of veggies, visit the U-pick pumpkin patch, and shop for jellies and jam. Petting farm, holiday gifts and weekend hayrides. Don't forget to try the cider and donuts.
Open daily from 9am-7pm through October 31

Ottawa County

Bergman Orchards
4562 East Bayshore Road - Rte. 2
Port Clinton, OH 43452
Phone: 419-734-4272
Quality fruits and vegetables
Open: year-round

Jason's Pumpkin Patch
12629 West Salem-Carroll Road
Oak Harbor, OH 43449
Phone: 419-898-3215
Pumpkin patch (already gathered from the field with a large variety of unique shapes, colors, and textures), Indian corn, gourds, corn stalks, straw, squash, and mums. Additionally, enjoy the corn maze, hay rides, pedal go carts, pony cart rides, Kids Zone, and much more.
Payment: Cash only.
Open: 7 Days a week 10am-7pm, through October 31.

The Great Pumpkin Patch At Country Lane Tree Farm
3525 N. Bolander Road,
Genoa, OH 43430
Phone: 419-461-1298
Hayrides, mazes, feed farm animals, and delicious refreshments. U-Pick Pumpkin Patch with gourds, straw bales, Indian corn and corn stalks.
Open Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm. 
Haunted hayride

Seneca County

Riehm Farm Market
7244 North State Route 53 
Tiffin, OH 44883
Phone: 419-992-4392
Pumpkin patch, corn maze, tractor-pulled hay ride, bounce house, farm market and more.
Open Monday-Saturday, 9am-7pm and Sunday 9am-6pm.

Wood County

Pumpkin Peddler
20354 North Dixie Highway
Bowling Green, OH, 43402.
Phone: 419-409-0252
Pumpkin patch with kid activities, and free hayrides.
Open Monday-Friday, noon-dark. Saturday 10am-dark and Sunday 11am-dark.


Family Festivals and Activities


MacQueen Orchard's Apple Butter Festival 
October 1-2
Since 1982, the Apple Butter Stir Festival has been one of the best ways to celebrate the arrival of the fall season. During the first weekend of October, MacQueen Orchards welcomes you and your family to enjoy this fall festival, which will include pick- your-own apples, horse-drawn wagon rides, craft shows, barbeque and cold apple cider, live entertainment and youth talent performances, pony rides, carousels and rock climbing walls, exciting kids rides and attractions, and much more. 


WOW District Fall Festival 
October 22
Help celebrate the revitalization of West Toledo and all that our little corner of the city has to offer! Enjoy kids' and family-friendly activities, an art walk, food trucks, musical entertainment, and much more. Shop from local craft vendors, visit the bars and restaurants along Sylvania Avenue, try something new from one of the many food trucks, or just enjoy the many activites that will be happening with neighbors, family, and friends.


Northwood Ohio's Fall Festival 
October 8
Kids activities, corn hole tournament, beer garden, car show, raffles, and much more! The night will end with the 80's band Square Pegz.

Downtown Grand Rapids

Applebutter Fest
October 9
Spend the day celebrating the harvest season with three 50 gallon kettles of apple butter! Come and give the kettle a stir, and then enjoy historical reenactments, pioneer demonstrations, crafts, music, food and plenty of family fun

Cost: $15 parking fee

Downtown Toledo

Monster Bash
October 27
Trick your eyes and treat your mind at this haunting members-only event filled with spooky activities and demonstrations! Members will also receive and additional 10% off purchases in Atomic Cafe and Science2GO!
Call 419-244-2674 ext.199 to register.


NW Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc. Pumpkin Train
Saturdays and Sundays through October 23
Get a double dose of awesome autumn fun with a train ride on a steam locomotive and a pick-your-own pumpkin treat. The train departs every 15 minutes to the pumpkin patch.
Admission: $2.00 Adults and $1.00 Children. Additional charge for pumpkins, purchase of pumpkin is not required.

Liberty Center

Boo Fest
October 29
Join us for our Pet Parade (1pm) in front of the stage near the AC Marriot! Dress up your pet for a Halloween parade and various fall activities. Also enjoy family-fun activities, music, pumpkins, painting, and more. Afterwards, bring your little ghosts and ghouls to trick-or-treat from local stores (4-6pm). Look for the "Shop, Eat & Treat " logo in the windows of participating retailers.

Sauder Village
Fall Family Fun Nights
October 16-17
There is something magical about being in the Village after hours! Register now to take part in our sixth annual Fall Family Fun Night!

Tecumseh Plaza & Pamida Parking Lot
23rd Annual Appleumpkin Festival & Westfest
October 8-9
Saturday 9am-6-pm, and Sunday 10am-5pm
The leaves are falling from the trees, the morning air has a certain crispness to it, this can only mean one thing in Lenawee County; it’s time for Tecumseh’s Appleumpkin Festival & Westfest. You’ll want to bring the whole gang to town for this one. The kids will enjoy the midway rides, carnival games, inflatables and make-it-take-it crafts. The Antique Street Fair and Flea Market will keep you captivated for hours. Plus, new for 2016, we will have helicopter rides and monster truck rides!

Toledo Zoo
Little Boo at the Zoo
October 20-21
Little Boo is the perfect Halloween party for preschoolers who may be too young to enjoy Pumpkin Path. Costumes are encouraged. (Note: there are fewer trick-or-treat stations for Little Boo, as a condensed version of Pumpkin Path so the little one's little legs don't have to go as far to get their treats!) To help us with our green initiatives, please bring a bag, plastic pumpkin, or other container for trick-or-treating.

Pumpkin Path
October 22-23
The Toledo Zoo is the most exciting place to be this Halloween! Don't miss all the fun of this "ghost-travaganza!" Pumpkin Path offers more trick-or-treat stations than Little Boo, but there are no age restrictions -- if you can't make it out for Little Boo, your preschool poltergeists will enjoy Pumpkin Path too! To help us with our green initiatives, please bring a bag, plastic pumpkin, or other container for trick-or-treating.

Jumping Pumpkins
October 29
2016 information TBA on the website below
Watch some of your favorite Zoo animals will discover that the Great Pumpkin has paid a visit to their habitats! Some animals will eat the pumpkins, while some animals might just knock them around. Either way, it’s a lot of fun to watch and a great experience for the animals! Introducing new items such as pumpkins into animals’ habitats is a great form of enrichment, in which animals are presented with different stimuli that encourage the animals to explore their surroundings, manipulate objects and engage in naturalistic behaviors. Enrichment is a key component to the Zoo’s commitment to excellence in animal care. (The fact that it’s a lot of fun for visitors is a bonus!)

The Town Center at Levis Commons
Every Saturday in October
Hayrides Return to Levis Commons! Join us every Saturday in October from 5-8pm for a horse-drawn hayride around the boulevard! Hayrides are only $1/person!

Wood County Historical Center & Museum
Scarecrow Workshop & Contest
October 11
Join in on the fun of the fall tradition of building scarecrows. The Wood County Park District provides the straw, string, support pole, and refreshments; you bring scarecrow clothes, decoration, and support for the scarecrow’s back and arms (to attach to the display pole, if needed). You can take it home or enter it in their annual Scarecrow Contest to win cash prizes.

Pumpkin Carving Contest
October 13
Drink cider, eat snacks and practice your pumpkin carving skills, and help the museum prepare for Folklore & Funfest. At the end of the night we will select a winning pumpkin. Registration is limited, so hurry.

26th Annual Halloween Folklore & Funfest
October 15
4-9pm with a new Museum Corn Maze open 4-9 PM (last tour starts at 8:30 PM)
This family-orientated event is full of fun! Horse-drawn wagon rides, kids' games and activities in Boo-ville, and guided folklore tours of the Museum. Try your hand at pressing apple cider or listen to haunted storytelling. Costumes are welcome, but not necessary, and there will plenty of treats (and maybe a few tricks too) for all visitors. Free parking & admission.   

Halloween Arts & Crafts Workshops

Toledo Museum of Art
Art Hours: Ghosts 

  • Oct. 1: noon and 4pm
  • Oct. 2: 3 and 4pm
  • Oct. 6: 6pm
  • Oct. 7: 6, 7 and 8pm
  • Oct. 9: 3 and 4 pm
  • Oct. 13: 6 pm
  • Oct. 14: 6 and 8 pm
  • Oct. 20: 6 pm
  • Oct. 21: 6, 7 and 8pm
  • Oct. 27: 6pm
  • Oct. 28: 6, 7 and 8pm
  • Oct. 29: noon and 4pm
  • Oct. 30: 3 and 4 pm

Create your own glass objects during these one-hour sessions at the Glass Pavilion. Tickets are $25, for members only. Purchase in person or by phone during Museum hours starting the Tuesday before each session. Adults and children 14 and older accompanied by an adult are welcome. Call 419-254-5771, ext. 7448. 

Storytelling & Folklore

Fort Meigs
Garrison Ghost Walk
October 21-22 & 28-29
Each summer during the Fort's living history encampments, strange lights and sounds, along with the appearance of soldiers long dead have been reported by staff, volunteers, and visiting participants. These phenomenal occurrences have never been accounted for or explained. Garrison Ghost Walks step off every 15 minutes beginning at 7pm, moderate rain or shine. The final tour steps off each night at approximately 9pm. Tours lasts a little over an hour and are primarily outdoors. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Refreshments are available for purchase on-site. Appropriate for ALL ages! Note: The last two tours each night of Ghost Walk are reserved for ages 18+. There is no change to the program for the 8:45 & 9pm tours. Reservations required. Call 419-874-4121 to reserve your place.

Cost of admission:
Adults & ages 13+: $10.00
Children, ages 6-12: $5.00
Ages 5 & under: Free

Metroparks of the Toledo Area
Ghosts Of Providence
October 21
Providence, Dam Shelter
They’re baaaaaaack! The popular Ghosts of Providence Lantern walk returns to the Canal with walks starting every 15 minutes from 7 to 8pm. You’ll meet characters from long ago that dwell in the ghost town of Providence on this lantern-lit walk through the region’s most unique historic park. This program is not recommended for children under 5.

Cost of admission: $7. Reservations required.

Paranormal Tour
October 21
Tour with the experts! ORBS (Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits) will guide tour groups through the complex. Limited to two groups of 40, choose from 6-8 or 9-11.
Sot of admission: $25.00
To register for the event, please click here, or call 419-893-3108. 

Haunted Collingwood
October 21-22, 28-29
This haunted house experience is not for the faint of heart! Our historic building offers an authentic eeriness equal to none. It has been rumored that the great halls of C.A.C's expansive full city block sprawl host more than the people who grace them. Interested in finding out what lurks behind the curtain? As you wait to have your fate determined by entering the haunted house, alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available for your enjoyment while scary movies screen in the heated-indoor waiting area.

Participants younger than 18 MUST be accompanied by guardian.
Cost of admission: $13 at the door

Wood County Historical Center & Museum
Folklore Tea: Halloween Collections
October 13
Enjoy tea and light refreshments followed by a unique program about Halloween-inspired collections with Becky Denes. RSVP by October 7, or call 419-352-0967.

Friday Night Folklore Tours
October 28
Tours start at 7, 8, and 9pm 
90-minute guided folklore tours of the former Wood County Infirmary (now the Historical Center & Museum) start inside the Oil Derrick, wind through the spooky trail to the Corn Barn, Pauper's Cemetery, Lunatic Asylum, and conclude inside the museum with "master of wonder" Dorian Grey, professional magician. Added 2016 features: the new Historical Center corn maze will be open from 6-8pm. Also, stop by and visit with 1860s-era costumed interpreters at the Log Cabin before or after your tour.

Cost of admission: $12 adult, discounts for WCHS members and students.
Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling 419-352-0967.

Outdoor Fun & Nature Events

Glass City Dog Park Howl-o-ween Party
October 22
Bring your dogs for a fun afternoon at the park! Take a Halloween photo, and bring a donation for the Toledo Animal Shelter to get a raffle ticket for a prize basket! Members only please and normal rules apply.

Elmore, Depot Park
Count Krumnow's Tombstone Derby
October 29
Ready for a unique Fall event? Don't miss the Tombstone Derby while on your visit to the Lake Erie Shores and Islands. The Tombstone Derby's main event is the motorized casket race, which is the last scheduled activity to happen, but other events include a mock-kid drag race on the bike path, a full-sized drag racing contest on the streets before the Derby, a parade, food, kid-friendly haunted house in the Log Cabin, and the Chamber of Commerce provides "Trails for Treats for Tots." People are encouraged to come in costumes, especially the drivers of the caskets and the children.

Historic Sauder Village Fall on the Farm
October 8
Family fun awaits visitors young and old as Sauder Village celebrates Fall on the Farm! Take a step back in time and help prepare the farm for the winter ahead. Popular hands-on activities include leaf printing, decorating a pumpkin, exploring a straw maze, and helping out in the gardens and kitchens. Based on century old liturgy, a Harvest Home Service will be recreated in St. Marks Church with short services throughout the day.  

Metroparks of the Toledo Area
39th Annual Tombstone Tour & Family Haunted Bike Ride
October 22
Metroparks and Maumee Valley Adventurers invites you to participate in its 39th annual Tombstone Tour. This bicycle tour takes riders from Secor Metropark to Oak Openings Metropark and back, a distance of 38 miles over flat terrain. While we have enjoyed many beautiful fall days in past years, please be prepared for all weather conditions.

Ghosts Of Providence
October 21
Providence, Dam Shelter
They’re baaaaaaack! The popular Ghosts of Providence Lantern walk returns to the Canal with walks starting every 15 minutes from 7 to 8pm. You’ll meet characters from long ago that dwell in the ghost town of Providence on this lantern-lit walk through the region’s most unique historic park. This program is not recommended for children under 5.

Cost of admission: $7. Reservations required.

MacQueen's Run for Your Life 10k / 5k/ Kid's Run
October 9
One week following the annual MacQueen Orchards Apple Butter Stir Festival, MacQueen’s will be hosting the Run for Your Life 10k / 5k / Kids Run, presented by NAIFA Toledo. If you’re looking for that elusive area 10k, this one was designed with you in mind. Get ready for the Halloween season by coming as a family and trying out your costumes during the runs. The course starts and finishes at MacQueen Orchards and travels through the scenic, and recently paved, Holland roads.

Trick Or Trot 5K & Zombie Walk
October 22
The Shops at Fallen Timbers

Olander Park System
19th Annual Halloween Hike
October 29
Olander Park
Superheroes and Pokémon will bound all around Lake Olander at this annual Halloween Hike. Kids 12 & under collect treats at 20 different stations as storytellers tell friendly tales of the Enchanted Evening! The hike is family-friendly and not intended to scare children. Park at Tam-O’Shanter and enter on Vicksburg Avenue or use the Olander walk-in gates. This event is rain-or-shine, so dress appropriately. Children MUST be accompanied by an adult guardian.

Cost of admission: $1 donation for ages 3-12
2 & under FREE 

Sandpiper Boat
Fall Color Cruise
October 1-2, 8-9, 15-16
Departures at 1pm and 4pm
Enjoy a 2-hour cruise with hot cider and donut holes while experiencing the quiet vistas and stately homes and the beauty of the river in its fall glory!

Cost: Adults $18
Kids 12 and under: $10
Reservations required, call 419-537-1212

Halloween Boo Cruise
October 26-29
Weekdays: 5:30, 6:15 & 7pm
Saturday:  Noon, 12:45, 1:30 2:15pm 
A non-scary Halloween experience for kids of all ages. 30-minute boat ride, Halloween fun and treats. Costumes welcome!

$5 All ages.
Reservations required, call 419-537-1212

Sylvania Recreation District
Goblin Gallop
October 29
Grades K & 1 (9:00am) / 2nd & 3rd (9:20am) / 4th-6th (9:40am) 
Join us for this fun event for all Sylvania public and parochial students in grades K—6. The event helps promote a healthy and active lifestyle. We are extremely excited to announce that we will be holding the race on the trail system around Centennial Terrace & Olander’s Fossil Park.

Entry fee: $10 and includes a great t-shirt and plenty of refreshments. Restrooms, plenty of refreshments and first aid will be available. Registration deadline: Monday, October 17, 2016. 

Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, INC.
Haunted Train Rides
Fridays and Saturdays, through October 29
Take a ride on a quarter-scale steam locomotive for a spooky dose of Halloween fun. 
Cost of admission: $5.00 (for train ride and/or Engine House)


Adult Parties

Monster Bash
October 8
Stone Productions presents our first annual Monster Bash! Located in The Underground Theatre of the Collingwood Arts Center, this Halloween Ball is going to be a night for the ages! Featuring live entertainment sets, a dance floor with DJ3PM, specialty drinks, catered food, a HUGE costume contest, and much much more. Gather your ghouls, goblins, and garter belts and join us for the premiere Halloween party of the season!

Adams Street Zombie Crawl VII
October 22
Hey bats & ghouls! The party you've been dying to get into is back on Adams Street to celebrate its 7th year. Let us coerce your cadaver into the night as the 5 tombs along Adams St open to host the ultimate feast for the undead. Join us for Ohio's largest zombie gathering as we slump and stroll the streets in search of brains, beers, and booze! Your best drop-dead zombie attire is a must. Stay tuned for all the flesh eating details you can stomach. For full details, check out the Facebook Event.

$5 wristbands available upon entry. You will have access to all 6 bars (Bretz, Ottawa Tavern, The Attic, Manhattans Pub & Cheer, Georjiz and Wesley’s). The streets will be lined with Beer Trucks & Food Trucks to satiate your zombie needs. Also, there will be 3 stages along Adams Street with a variety of entertainment including Live Music, DJ’s & a very undead Drag Show!

October 22
Eat, drink and be scary! Join us for a costume party fundraiser for the Sylvania Community Arts Commission, complete with short horror films, live music, food and fun. There is limited space in the barn, so purchase your tickets today! Be sure to wear a costume and bring your photo id. Light snacks will be provided.

Zombie Fest at Put-in-Bay
October 15 
This is a new event on the island and we hope you will join us! Why come up with an awesome Halloween costume and only wear it on one weekend? Wear it twice! Yes, the Zombie Fest and Pub Crawl will be a costume-friendly event and especially for the scary and spooky dressed. This new event gives our weekend revelers a second weekend to enjoy the Halloween season and practice their zombie moves.

Halloween Boo Bash at the Bay
October 21-22
What do you get when you mix over 2,000 people in costume, frosty cold adult beverages, and great live entertainment? You get Ohio's largest island Halloween Party and a great time! Costume Contests with numerous prizes cash prizes take place at Mr. Ed's Bar & Grille! Downtown bars and taverns decorate with a haunting theme! Book early as this weekend usually fills up! This is the island's last big weekend of the year and doors close on Sunday at 11am sharp, so don't miss out on your last chance to party at Put-in-Bay for 2016!

Music, Performances & Film

The Valentine Theatre
Family Concert: Halloween Spooktacular
October 30
Your favorite Halloween tradition is back! Enjoy a variety of pre-concert activities (like our popular instrument petting zoo!) in the Grand Lobby and then head into the Valentine Theatre for a fabulously fun program of spooky classics you know and love. Bring your camera - kids get the opportunity to walk across the stage in our annual costume parade!

Silver Screen Classics: Young Frankenstein 
October 29
Call the box office for confirmation, 419-242-ARTS, or purchase tickets here. General Admission.

The Ohio Theatre & Event Center
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
October 29 
Doors open at 11pm, show starts at midnight.
Tickets $10 at door only 

Collingwood Arts Center
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
November 5
7pm and midnight 
Let's do the time warp agaaaaain! Stone Productions brings a family favorite live to the stage of the Collingwood. And of course, it's a double feature with two shows: 7pm and midnight. Reserve VIP tickets now by calling or emailing the C.A.C:  419-244-2787 or [email protected].org