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 »
The Briers North Subdivision invites you and your children to visit and enjoy the yard decorations, costumes, and trick-or-treating!
- The street opens to trick-or-treaters at 6:00 PM
- Candy distribution begins at 6:00pm.
- No admission after 8:30pm.
- NO PETS are allowed. Please don’t bring your pet as we hate to have to disappoint you by refusing admission.
I’m a kid with food allergies so this is important to me!!
Head to Woodruff Park in the heart of Downtown Atlanta for the first-ever WoodRUFF Bark Halloween Dog Parade and Festival! Featuring a parade and costume contest, pet trick or treating, music, vendors and more, celebrate Halloween and your four-legged friends in Downtown Atlanta’s beloved greenspace.
Emceed by beloved Atlanta TV and radio personality Mara Davis, the pet parade and costume contest will be judged by local artist Kyle Brooks (aka BlackCatTips), Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall, pet fashionista philanthropists Lucy and Holly of Atlanta GirlZ Club, and Sheepish Addie, one of our city’s most Instagrammable pups. … Read More »
#1: HIDE THE CHOCOLATE FROM YOUR PETS (AND KIDS)
Chocolate is toxic to your pets—symptoms can range from vomiting to severe cardiac arrhythmias—so make sure it’s out of reach.
#2: XYLITOL: GOOD FOR OUR TEETH, BAD FOR OUR PETS
Check your sugar-free candy and gum for this deadly ingredient—any level of ingestion requires a vet visit.… Read More »
When 31 Oct 2017 from 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
We invite you and your children to visit and enjoy the yard decorations, costumes, and trick-or-treating!
The street opens to trick-or-treaters at 6:00 PM
Candy distribution begins at 6:00pm.
No admission after 8:30pm.
NO PETS are allowed. Please don’t bring your pet as we hate to have to disappoint you by refusing admission.
With Halloween upon us, please keep in mind, a lot of little people will be visiting your home.
Be accepting. The child who is grabbing more than one piece of candy may have poor fine motor skills.
The child who takes forever to pick out one piece of candy may have motor planning issues.… Read More »
Many asked what day are kids trick or treating this year since 10/31 is on a Tuesday? Traditionally in Atlanta we trick or treat always on 10/31. Do you think this is appropriate? Or do you think we should trick or treat only on the weekends?
See the pie/pumpkin chart above for the answers to our one question survey: What night do you think kids should trick or treat?… Read More »
Although it’s not always so cool in Atlanta, it’s still fun to get out and enjoy the fall activities. Below is a list of several corn mazes in Georgia, many within an hour or two of Atlanta. Continue reading at 365 Atlanta Family
For one day every year, Fernbank Museum becomes Fernbank BOO-sueum! Follow the screams (of delight) to a day of frightening-ly fun Halloween-themed activities. Costumes encouraged!
Click here to see the complete schedule of events!
Hop on your broom and join us at Symphony Hall for a “boo”-tiful concert of music featuring Igor Stravinsky’s Infernal Dance, John Williams’ Hedwig’s Theme and Harry’s Wondrous World, Camille Saint-Saëns’ Danse Macabre and more! Dress in your finest costume and enter our pre-concert costume contest with prizes awarded for the cutest, scariest, funniest and most creative costumes of the bunch.… Read More »
Show off the kids’ Halloween costumes on the Goblin Runway, participate in fall-themed crafts, enjoy a storyteller and ride a pony or a train. There’s even a cash bar for adult goblins.
Train Rides: $3 per passenger, children only
(Children 3 and under must be accompanied by an adult)
The Ride-on-Train does not run during inclement weather.… Read More »
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