Take your little critters out and enjoy some spooktacular family fun! Neighborhood carnivals, festivals, trunk or treats and more. Join in the fun this Halloween and have a ball!
Halloween Festival: October 29th 5:00-8:00pm. Join AJ Parks & Rec. for our annual Halloween Festival. There will be games, food, live music, bounce houses, a petting zoo, a Costume Contest, Pumpkin Carving Contest, Howl-o-ween Canine Costume Contest, and more!
Halloween Spooktacular. October 28th: 5:30-8:30pm
Everyone from toddlers to teen with love the Game, activites and Trunk or Treat.
5th Annual Treat Street October 25th: 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Trick-or-treating, pumpkin painting, carnival rides and games are just the beginning of the fun at Taylor Morrison’s Fifth Annual Adora Trails Treat Street.
The free night of Halloween fun features trick-or-treating at five model homes professionally decorated for Halloween, exciting kids’ rides like the Pirate’s Revenge and the Ballistic Carnival Swing, and a giant corn maze where kids can jump, roam and have a blast.
Event that benefits St. Mary’s Food Bank. The suggested food donation is one can of food per person. Attendance is free. Food donations are optional.
Halloween On Main Treat. October 31st: 11am-2pm
Get ready for a spooktacular time at Downtown Mesa’s fourth annual Trick-or-Treat Main Street.
Trick-or-Treat Main Street is a fun and safe family event where kids will get to trick-or-treat at over 40 downtown Mesa businesses.
This free event is great for families with younger kids, although all ages are welcome.
Trick or Treat Carnival. October 29th: 5-9pm
Your family will have a bewitching good time at this FREE event featuring carnival games, live entertainment, face painting, and more!
Truck or Treat. October 21st: 5-9pm
Trunk or Treat will take place on Ellsworth Road (between Ocotillo and Rittenhouse.)
Save the date for this unique annual event! Trunk or Treat provides a safe environment for families to enjoy an inexpensive evening of Halloween fun in a festival atmosphere! Children trick-or-treat by going from car trunk to car trunk on “Trunk or Treat Street” to get their bag filled with goodies. Individuals or groups sign up to host and decorate a trunk, and the Town provides all the candy to be given out at the event. Admission is free.
Ghouls, goblins and ghosts of all ages will enjoy a festival of activities. So come out and join us for some ghoulish games, frightening food and freaky fun.