Audra’s 2020 Halloween Count & Synopsis

by Audra Anders for The Aha! Connection

My husband and I bought our home from the original owners in 2002. The Orgerons loved Halloween. Interestingly enough, they kept a tally of the number of trick-or-treaters that came to the front door each Halloween since 1984. We kept up the tradition of counting as accurately as we can with the help of all our Halloween guests each year!… Read More »

Frighteningly Delicious Cocktails at Woodward & Park

The spookiest time of the year calls for a full moon and some frighteningly delicious cocktails. This Halloween, ghouls, and goblins alike can enjoy fresh and unique libations at Woodward & Park. Whether guests are enjoying on the patio during brunch, dining in for dinner, or taking out, these seasonal potions are sure to mix things up!… Read More »

Mega Awesome Costume Party on the Lawn

North Point Community Church invites you to a Mega Awesome Costume Party on Saturday, October 24. Bring your kids (birth–5th grade) dressed in their favorite not-so-scary costumes and be ready to party for an hour on the lawn! There will be an interactive show, followed by games, prizes, and MEGA-AWESOME FUN!

Reservations and masks are required.… Read More »

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Contact:

Amanda Roper
(678) 892-5000
amanda.roper@northpoint.org

Halloween fun with Supernatural Science Fest at Fernbank Museum

With programming fit for monsters (or humans) of all ages, Fernbank Museum’s Supernatural Science Fest is the place to celebrate Halloween all month.

Through Nov. 8, the Woodland Spirits outdoor experience takes guests through WildWoods and Fernbank Forest. But beware, ghostly figures will be lurking throughout. On Oct. 17 and Oct. 24, enjoy twilight tours of Woodland Spirits, with activities, snacks and adult beverages for purchase, during Ghostly Gatherings.… Read More »

Lawrenceville Ghost Tours


Now – Oct. 31
Aurora Theatre professional costumed storytellers will give thrill seekers a chill-down-their-spine with this spooky-meets-history in-person tour around Lawrenceville, featuring real stories and paranormal places. The tour begins and ends at Aurora Theatre. Tickets for Friday through Sunday ghost tours are $20 (adults) and $15 (children). A private tour is also available for up to 10 people ($125), as well as a virtual self-guided option ($20) on the website.… Read More »

Horrific Haunted Houses in Atlanta You Need to Visit in 2020

Source:  365 Atlanta Traveler

Looking for a haunted house? Atlanta has one for you!

If there is one thing you need to experience when Halloween season rolls around, it’s haunted houses in Atlanta. Whether you’re looking for a scary place for yourself or a not-so-scary one for kids, these haunted houses in Atlanta, GA are sure to make you jump out of your skin every time.… Read More »

17+ Best Pumpkin Patches in Georgia for a Smashing-Good Time (2020)

Source:  365 Atlanta Traveler

If you ask me, fall doesn’t officially start until there is a pretty pumpkin dressing your front stoop. And a pumpkin from the grocery store won’t do – you need the memories and excitement of picking that gem from one of the local pumpkin patches in Georgia.

Sometimes you need just the right type of patch for your family.… Read More »

A MASKARADE Halloween 

Fall is almost here and we are ready to celebrate.  2020 has thrown us some curveballs, but we have learned wearing a mask can be fun. Get ready to mask up and party at Park Tavern. Enjoy a night of Howl-o-ween fun with a costume contest, drink specials, live music, and DJ. 

Due to recent events, only a limited number of tickets will be sold.… Read More »

Halloween on THE ROOF at Ponce City

Oct. 31

The Roof at Ponce City

Rooftop Trick or Treat

No Tricks….just TREATS! Mark your calendars for a family fun Halloween on THE ROOF! Bring the kids and get spooky with us on Saturday, October 31st from 11:00am-3:00pm. We’ll have complimentary popcorn and cotton candy (sorry, parents, but come on. It’s Halloween!) plus trick-or-treating at @SkylinePark!Read More »