Goblins in the Garden

October 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Show off your child’s Halloween costume and enjoy a few socially- distanced fall family activities while exploring Scarecrows in the Garden.

Goblins Runway
10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 p.m.
Show off your Halloween costume on the Goblins Runway! Shows will be hosted on the spacious Great Lawn with distancing protocols in place so your little goblin has plenty of room to strut their stuff.… Read More »

Haloween at Halycon – October 24

Check out the first annual trick or treating event at Halcyon in Forsyth County. In order to limit the size of crowds, it will be ticketed events. 100% of ticket sales will be donated to Bald Ridge Lodge to provide a safe haven for at-risk boys.Read More »

Virtual Halloween Ideas from Common Sense Media

Source: Common Sense Media

Endless supplies of candy. Dressing up as your favorite superhero. Classroom parties. Trick-or-treating. There are so many reasons kids love Halloween, and it’s just around the corner. But we know the ongoing pandemic has families wondering how to celebrate safely. To help you make the best of the holiday this year, we’ve got some tips on how to celebrate virtually with friends.… Read More »

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Six Flags Hallowfest Weekends from September 18 – November 1

Gourd you loins, Six Flags is hosting a frightfully thrilling time at HALLOWFEST this year and we’re inviting you to get batty with us. Our haunted experiences are happening every weekend (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) now through November 1, so mark your calendars (if you dare) for the spookiest season of the year! 

Special HALLOWFEST Offers

Save up to 50% on Tickets
Buy tickets online now and save up to 50%. … Read More »

Pumpkin Dumpin’

Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Let your old pumpkins and jack-o’-lanterns decompose the natural way by dropping them off at the Nature Center for composting.

By composting your pumpkin, you are keeping waste out of landfills, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and creating a natural fertilizer for our soils. 

The Dunwoody Nature Center will be accepting your old pumpkins on Sunday, November 1st.Read More »

Halloween Pet Safety

#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 »

BOO Dunwoody

A Boo is a holiday tradition and an exciting way to spread cheer while raising money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Boo-ing is fun to do with your friends, family, and especially your kids. Stick a Boo sign in a friend’s yard and leave a treat bag with your Boo Tag at the door. Ring the doorbell, run away and watch the enjoyment as your friends come outside to find their yard sign and surprise.… Read More »

Be a part of Scarecrow Row……

……at the Donaldson-Bannister Farm

Oct. 23 – Nov 30

Join in the fun and add your family friendly, life-size decorated scarecrow to Scarecrow Row for the Fall holidays through Thanksgiving. Judging for prizes will be held at Apple Cider Days on Nov. 14 from noon -5 p.m. Categories: Best in Show, Scariest and People’s Choice.

You are only limited by your imagination!!… Read More »

Halloween Spooktacular Drive-Thru – October 29

Brook Run Park
4770 North Peachtree Road
Dunwoody, Georgia

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Hosted by Dunwoody Parks & Recreation, the Dunwoody Police Department, and community partners, the Halloween Spooktacular Drive-thru at Brook Run Park is open to all and will run from 6 to 9 p.m. Residents and visitors are invited to drive through a haunted display of spooky decorations, timed special effects and music.… Read More »

Audra’s 2019 Halloween Synopsis + Trick-or-Treater Graph since 1984

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 Teal Pumpkin Project – Audra has a teal pumpkin!

by Audra H Anders for The Aha! Connection

I have food allergies and it stinks.  I aged into these allergies so thankfully never had to pilfer through baskets on Halloween for gluten free candy as a child.  However, I can certainly sympathize with kiddos who have food allergies.  Therefore, at my house we offer non-edible treats PLUS the regular amazing candy treats!  … Read More »