Seasonal Fun - Halloween

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October 20-22, Friday-Sunday
BOO AT THE ZOO
National Zoo.
With more than 40 treat stations, animal demonstrations, keeper chats and decorated trails, this frightfully fun evening is a treat for the whole family. An entertainment stage features a DJ spinning Halloween favorites, musicians and jugglers. Also, try your luck in the scarecrow field. Treat stations include adult treats too. Craft beer and food tastings! National Zoo, Washington DC.  5:30-8:30pm.  $Varies.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 202-633-4888. 
 
October 22, Sunday
GOBLINS AND GOURDS
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
Harvest celebration with live music, pumpkin decorating, storytelling and fun in the Children's Garden. Fun for the whole family. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond.  Directions: 1800 Lakeside Avenue, Richmond.  1-4pm.  $Free with admission.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-262-9887. 
 
October 23, Monday
SPOOKY NIGHT STORYTIME
JMRL- Central Library.
Come prepared to hold tight to your lovey and shiver as all things spooky are celebrated in this evening storytime. Spooky variations on favorite rhymes and songs, too. JMRL- Central Library.  6:30pm.  $Free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 979-7151. 
 
October 27, Friday
ANNUAL HALLOWEEN BASH AT GLASS HOUSE
Glass House Winery.
Come out for the annual costume party and halloween celebration with live music by Beleza and Two Brothers Southwestern Grill food truck on-site. Picnics are welcome but no outside alcohol is permitted. Glass House Winery, Free Union.  6-10pm.  $No cover.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 434-234-4133. 
 
October 27, Friday
BOO BASH!
Virginia Discovery Museum/Baggby's.
Dress up in your kookiest costumes as you enjoy a variety of fun carnival games, activities and crafts. Creep through the Witch's cabin, meet the Mad Scientists in their lab, tumble through the spider-web tangle, decorate cookies, and more. Don't forget to stop by the Little Shop of Prizes on your way out to trade in all the tickets you've earned. CharlottesvilleFamily is a proud sponsor. Virginia Discovery Museum.  Directions: East end of the Downtown Mall.  6-7:30pm.  $10, +$2 late fee day of.  Recommended for ages 2 to 8.  Email: vdmprograms@vadm.org. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1025. 
 
October 27, Friday
CARVING AT CARVER
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation.
A family pumpkin carving contest with carving tools provided but you must bring your own pumpkin. Carving teams must have at least one adult and one child participating. Pumpkins will be displayed at the Downtown Safe Halloween Festival. An award will be given to the pumpkin that gets the most votes. Carver Recreation Center.  6-8pm.  $5.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 970-3053. 
 
October 27, Friday
FRIGHT NIGHT
JMRL - Crozet.
Experience the creep factor of an empty library after-hours and play Zombie Tag, Werewolf and Zombies v. Humans in the darkened library stacks. Spooky-themed tabletop games available as well. Costumes for the contest are encouraged. Snacks provided. Grades 6-12. Crozet Library.  6:30-8:30pm.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 823-4050. 
 
October 27, Friday
HAUNTED HENRICUS, JR.: THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE AFTERNOON
Henricus Historical Park.
Join Henricus's Education Department for stories, a treats tour and a make & take 17th-century craft. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required by October 26 by phone. Henricus Historical Park.  Directions: 251 Henricus Park Road, Chester.  3-4pm.  $5 per child, $5 per adult.  Recommended for ages 3 to 8.  Email: henricushistoricalpark@gmail.com. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-318-8797. 
 
October 27, Friday
KIDS' COSTUME BASH
Keswick Hall and Golf Club.
Come dressed in your best costume for this night of Halloween fun with themed snacks and kids drinks (included). Activities include mummy wrap, fingerprint ghosts, Halloween spider and magnet painting. Keswick Hall and Golf Club.  Directions: Pavilion.  5-7pm.  $10 per child members, $12 child guests.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 979-3440. 
 
October 27, Friday
MONSTER OF A MOVIE
JMRL- Gordon Avenue.
Come and enjoy Hotel Transylvania (2012) with your family. Gordon Avenue Library.  10:30am.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 296-5544. 
 
October 28, Saturday
17TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN HOOPLA
CMoR.
Adults and children are invited to dress in their Halloween best for family fun at CMoR Central. Trick or Treat through the kid-sized neighborhood complete with spooky decorations. Enjoy Halloween-themed activities and crafts and more! Kids get in free but will still need a ticket. CMoR Central, Richmond.  2-7pm.  $4 for adults, children free.  All ages welcome.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-474-7063. 
 
October 27-28, Friday-Saturday
23RD ANNUAL SPIRIT WALK
Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society.
Visit haunts of the past and hear stories from memorable residents of our community's past. This popular tour typically sells out. Spirit Walk will meet at Maplewood Cemetery on the 27th and in Court Square on the 28th. Downtown Charlottesville.  6pm first tour, 8:30pm last tour.  $Varies.  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 296-1492. 
 
October 28, Saturday
3RD ANNUAL HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR
Carter Mountain Orchard.
A family-oriented event that is fun for young and old. And, there are still plenty of apples to pick. Pumpkin carving contest, Halloween parade and contest, caramel apple dipping station, trick-or-treat, hayrides and more. Carter Mountain Orchard.  10am-4pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 977-1833 . 
 
October 28, Saturday
4TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.
Live music, local food (including a kid's menu) and beers for purchase, games and prizes. Bring canned goods to benefit FeedMore. This family-friendly event is rain or shine. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden.  11am-4pm.  $Regular Garden Admission.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-262-9887. 
 
October 28, Saturday
9TH ANNUAL CROZET SPIRIT WALK
Field School.
Come to this fun, family-friendly event where a historical play is acted out through the streets of Crozet. This year's walk depicts events from the early 20th century through World War II. Field School, Crozet.  6:30-9pm.  $10, under 15 free.  Email: tracy@fieldschoolcv.net.
 
October 28, Saturday
A HAUNTING HALLOWEEN
Fluvanna County Parks & Recreation.
Take part in a Pumpkin Painting Contest, Halloween-themed crafts and games, costume contest and more. Pleasant Grove Park, Palmyra.  Directions: 1730 Thomas Jefferson Pkwy, Palmyra.  6-9pm.  $Free.  Recommended for ages 2 to 12.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 842-3150. 
 
October 28, Saturday
AFTER HOURS: LIBRARY HAUNTED HOUSE
JMRL - Central Library.
Get a little spooked at the haunted house. Free comics will be handed out as well. Supervision required for kids under 10. Central Library.  6-7:30pm.  Recommended for ages 5 to 16.  Email: tbirckhead@jmrl.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 979-7151. 
 
October 28, Saturday
AN EVENING WITH GHOSTS
Grayhaven Winery.
Enjoy a vintage barrel tasting in the historic 1700s graveyard overlooking the vineyards, then walk down the haunted trail of the dark forest once traveled by American Indians, soldiers and slaves. Tales of history, mystery and hauntings by Grayhaven's winemaker Chuck Peple, also known for his work as a Civil War historian. Live music by John Tracy along with a roaring bonfire and hearty stew. Grayhaven Winery, Gum Spring.  5:30-9pm.  $20 advance, $25 at the door (include wine tasting & food).  Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-556-3917. 
 
October, Fridays & Saturdays
DARK STAUNTON TOUR: TALES OF MURDER, MYSTERY AND HAUNTS
Black Raven Paranormal.
Tales and stories of the unusual in Staunton including unsolved murders, mysterious secrets and legends. No one under 10 years of age permitted. Reservations are recommended. Corner of New Street and Johnson Street.  9pm, arrive at 8:45pm.  $10 adults.  Email: ghostsofstaunton@comcast.net. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-448-2743. 
 
October 28, Saturday
DOWNTOWN SAFE HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL
BAMA Works / Charlottesville Parks and Recreation .
Costume contests, games, entertainment and safe trick-or-treating on the Downtown Mall. Sprint Pavilion.  2-5pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link. 
 
October 28, Saturday
DOWNTOWN TRICK OR TREAT
Staunton Downtown Development Association / Staunton Parks & Recreation.
Families are invited to visit the Wharf. Kids and their parents will receive a list of participating shops and businesses for trick or treating. Enter the costume contest at Sunspots Pavilion for a chance to win prizes. 10am-12pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-332-3867. 
 
October 28, Saturday
GHOST STORIES OUTSIDE ... IN THE DARK
Staunton Public Library.
Members of the Shenandoah Storytelling Guild will CHILL you with tales of HORROR. These stories are for brave adults and children over the age of 8. Will be held inside if there is inclement weather. Costumes welcome. Hot drinks & cookies will be served. Staunton Public Library.  7-8:30pm.  $Free.  Contact: Melissa.  Email: library@ci.staunton.va.us. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-332-3800. 
 
October 28, Saturday
GHOULS, GOURDS & GRAPES
First Colony Winery.
Enjoy the fall foliage while you enjoy live music from Gina Sobel, hayrides through the vineyard, Spice Sea Gourmet food truck and winery tours. Bring the kids for some pumpkin decorating. Pumpkins will be available to purchase and decorating supplies will be provided. Anyone in costume will receive a discount on all purchases. First Colony Winery.  Directions: 1650 Harris Creek Road. From I-64, take exit 121 to 20S. Travel 10 miles, then take a right onto Harris Creek Road. Winery is at the end of the road.  12-5pm.  $7 for pumpkin, $5 for wine tasting.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Martha Hayman.  Email: info@firstcolonywinery.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 434-979-7105. 
 
October 28, Saturday
HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTEST FOR KIDS AT SAUNDERS BROTHERS
Saunders Brothers Farm Market.
Help decide which is the next great tasting apple to grow while you listen to live music and watch a Halloween costume contest for the kids. Saunders Brothers Farm Market.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 277-5455. 
 
October 28, Saturday
HALLOWEEN DANCE
Charlottesville Parks & Recreation.
For Therapeutic participants ages 13 and up. Carver Recreation Center.  7-9pm.  Contact: Caitlin Marcotte.  Email: marcottec@charlottesville.org. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 970-3269. 
 
October 28, Saturday
HALLOWEEN REGGAE DANCE PARTY
The Front Porch.
Come dance to live music by Positive Collective. Costumes optional but encouraged. The Front Porch.  8-11pm.  $5.  For details, please click this link. 
 
October 28, Saturday
HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR & OPEN HOUSE
Piedmont Family YMCA.
Halloween fun and an open house. Jefferson School City Center.  12-2pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: rvinson@piedmontymca.org.
 
October 6-28, Fridays & Saturdays
HAUNTED CAMP WEEKENDS
Misty Mountain Camp Resort.
Four weeks of fun fall activities for the family including trick or treating, costume contests, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, karaoke, air brush tattoos, best decorated campsite contest, campfire karaoke, movies, bonfire and more. Misty Mountain Camp Resort.  Directions: 56 Misty Mountain Road, Crozet.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 888-647-8900. 
 
October 27 & 28, Friday & Saturday
HAUNTED HENRICUS: THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT
Henricus Historical Park.
Storytellers relive old English and Virginia Indian legends and folklore by the fireside. Listen to early colonists recount tales from their homeland. Capture the essence of what a colonist felt between 1607-1622 in a strange new land surrounded by danger, darkness and uncertain peril. Light refreshments served. Tours not appropriate for children under 6. Registration required. Henricus Historical Park.  Directions: 251 Henricus Park Road, Chester.  7-8:30pm.  $8 adults, $6 youth ages 6-12.  Email: henricushistoricalpark@gmail.com. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 804-748-1611. 
 
September 30-October 28, Saturdays, Fridays in October
LAYZ S RANCH PUMPKIN PATCH
Layz S Ranch.
Enjoy fall family fun with hay rides, corn maze, corn pit and slide, hay pyramid, hay maze, giant slides and farm animals. New this year are an AquaPod, tightrope, sky island swing and a 90-foot superslide. Layz S Ranch.  10am-6pm Saturdays.  $7, ages 2 and under free, $25 per family.  All ages welcome.  Email: layzsranchevents@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 591-0898. 
 
October 28, Saturday
OPEN HOUSE & HALLOWEEN
Jefferson School City Center.
Come to celebrate Halloween and enjoy an open house at the Jefferson School. Jefferson School City Center.  12-2pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Email: admin@jeffschoolheritagecenter.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 260-8723. 
 
October 28, Saturday
SHOP AND TREAT AT STONEFIELD
The Shops at Stonefield.
Come to the Shops at Stonefield for face painting, giveaways, trick or treating and more. The Shops at Stonefield.  11am-3pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link. 
 
October 27-28, Friday-Saturday
STONY POINT RURITAN ANNUAL HAUNTED BOO HOUSE
Stony Point Ruritan Club.
Fun evening with concessions, conversations and firepit. Stony Point Ruritan Club.  Directions: 2835 Watts Passage.  6-10pm.  $5.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Crystal Buyaki.  Email: caskeens@yahoo.com. For more info call: 973-7026. 
 
October 28, Saturday
TRUNK OR TREAT
Aldersgate United Methodist Church.
A fun and safe event for children and families, all children are invited to dress up and trick-or-treat from trunk to trunk. There will be hotdogs, chips, refreshments, crafts, games, bouncy house, petting zoo and more. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adults are asked to not wear masks. Aldersgate United Methodist Church.  3-6pm.  $Free.  Contact: Rachel Miller.  Email: rachelmiller@cvaumc.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-5806. 
 
October 29, Sunday
DANGER! ZOMBIES! RUN! 5K
Bad to the Bone Endurance Sports.
Escape the undead as a human, or chase humans as a zombie and turn them into zombies by taking their life (ribbon on their backs). Historic Downtown Mall.  8:30am .  $Various costs.  Email: francesca@badtothebone.biz. Reservations are required.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 218-0402. 
 
Now-October 29, Saturdays & Sundays
FALL FESTIVAL WEEKENDS
Hartland Farm & Orchard.
Get lost in the corn maze, take a hayride, ride down the 60-foot tall slide mountain, enjoy pumpkin bowling and more. Hartland Farm & Orchard, Markham.  10am-6pm Saturday, 12-6pm Sunday.  $10.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-532-0436. 
 
October 29, Sunday
HALLOWEEN HOOPLA
CharlottesvilleFamily & Whole Foods Market.
Come join us and Whole Foods Market for the 2nd Annual Halloween Hoopla. This fun-filled event will include activities and games (2-4pm), trick or treating in the store (4-5pm), a family-friendly outdoor movie at 6pm (bring a chair) and between 3 and 5pm, a visit from CharlottesvilleFamily's bee, Bumble! We encourage parents and children alike to come in costume! Whole Foods Market.  2-5pm.  For more info call: 984-4713. 
 
October 28-29, Saturday-Sunday
HALLOWEEN PAPER MASK MAKING AND ANIMAL SCAVENGER HUNT
Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center.
Come to the Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center to make wearable paper masks for Halloween and make ghost story books based on a Halloween walk with spooky stops and sights. Last entry at 3pm. Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center.  10am-4pm.  $7.  Contact: Alex Searls.  Email: lewisandclark@lewisandclarkvirginia.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 996-7282. 
 
October 28-29, Saturday-Sunday
HALLOWEEN WEEKEND AT WILD WOLF BREWING COMPANY
Wild Wolf Brewing Company.
Have a howling good time with family fun, live music, face paint and much more. Wild Wolf Brewing Company.  Directions: 2461 Rockfish Valley Hwy, Nellysford.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 434-361-0088. 
 
October 27-29, Friday-Sunday
HARVEST FEST
Wintergreen Resort.
Celebrate the bounty of the season with a Halloween twist. Pumpkin carving, cookie decorating, fun around the campfire, movies and time to explore the local orchards, breweries, wineries and cideries. A spooktacular fun time for the whole family. Wintergreen Resort.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@wintergreenresort.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 434-325-8180. 
 
October 29, Sunday
HORSES TRICKIN' & TREATIN' AND OPEN HOUSE
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.
You are invited to an Open House at the Black Barn on the grounds of James Madison’s Montpelier. Come out to get to know the retired and rescued race horses in their care. Each has its own unique story and personality. The horses will be trick or treating for carrots, apples and peppermints. There are horses available for adoption and others who need your support. James Madison's Montpelier.  12-4pm.  Email: nlowey@thoroughbredretirement.org. For details, please click this link. 
 
October 29, Sunday
HOWWWL-O-WEEN HIKE
The Market at Grelen.
Dogs take part in a fashion and costume contest and then take their owners on a hike along the Grelen trails. Please be sure dogs are on non-retractable leashes. Lunch will be available prior to the event start time. The Market at Grelen, Somerset.  1:30pm.  $Free with suggested donation $10.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 296-5544. 
 
Saturdays & Sundays in October
PUMPKIN PATCH AT ADVENTURE FARM
Adventure Farm.
Come pick your pumpkin at Adventure Farm. Adventure Farm.  12-6pm.  Email: info@adventurefarmvineyards.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 971-8796. 
 
October 7-29, Saturdays & Sundays
SARAH'S PUMPKIN PATCH
Sarah's Pumpkin Patch.
Pick your own pumpkins and enjoy family fun every weekend in October. Off of Caves Ford Lane, Orange.  10am-5pm Saturdays, 12-5pm Sundays.  Email: sarahspumpkins@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-308-8267. 
 
September 30-October 29, Saturdays & Sundays
SKEETER'S MAZE ADVENTURE AT CREATIVE WORKS FARM
Creative Works Farm.
Find your way through the 5.5-acre maze then hit the gaga ball pit, play on the AirTop, climb on a firetruck, play corn hole, 9-square and other games before you buy your pumpkin. All proceeds benefit Camp LIGHT, a summer camp for children with special needs and at-risk youth. Creative Works Farm, Waynesboro.  Saturdays 10am-4pm, Sundays 12-5pm.  $5, under 2 free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-471-1659. 
 
October 29, Sunday
TRUNK OR TREAT
First United Methodist Church.
Get out your favorite costume and come for trunk or treat from one decorated car to the next. Enjoy Halloween-themed games to play, prizes and yummy snacks. All are welcome. 101 E. Jefferson St.  5pm.  $free.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Anika Winterhoff.  Email: cvillefirstumc@gmail.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 293-6193. 
 
October 29, Sunday
YAPPY HOWL-O-WEEN
Keswick Vineyards / Green Dogs Unleashed.
Dress your pups in costumes watch the best-dressed pets win prizes from some wonderful local businesses. The sponsor shelter will be Green Dogs Unleashed, with a portion of the day's proceeds going to them. Costume contest begins around 2pm. Additionally, enjoy trick-or-treat specials. Keswick Vineyards.  Directions: 1575 Keswick Winery Drive, Keswick.  12-3pm.  All ages welcome.  Email: info@keswickvineyards.com. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 244-3341. 
 
September 30-October 31, Weekends
BELVEDERE'S FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL
Belvedere Plantation.
Pick your own pumpkins from the patch (day or night) or select pre-picked from the market store. Frolic in the fall weather with the corn maze, wagon rides, campfire, tons of pies in the market, Dangerfield Downs, Ziplines, Straw Jump, Pumpkin Cannon, Trike Train Pumpkin Mountain Slide, Spider Web, Pedal Carts, Extreme Pedal Carts, Jumping Pillow, Barrel Train, Pony Rides and Flower Cutting. Belvedere Plantation.  Directions: 1410 Belvedere Drive, Fredericksburg.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-373-4478. 
 
October 7-October 31
CELEBRATE FALL AT ROUND HILL FARM
Round Hill Farm.
Admission includes a hayride to the pumpkin patch, a 200-foot zip line, a hay-bale maze and pyramid, corn maze, farm animals, moon bounces and the tire-swing playground! Off-road adventure rides, pony rides, pumpkins, barrel train rides and face painting for an additional fee. Round Hill Farm.  3-6pm weekdays, 10am-5pm weekends.  $10.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-308-8245. 
 
October 31, Tuesday
CHILDREN'S HALLOWEEN CONCERT
Westminster Organ Concert Series.
A short concert of spooky organ music for Halloween, followed by an upclose demonstration of the organ. Westminster Presbyterian Church.  3:30-4pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  Special Needs Accommodation: wheelchair-accessible  Contact: Jonathan Schakel.  Email: music@westminsterva.org. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 963-4690. 
 
October 31, Tuesday
DOWNTOWN HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT EXTRAVAGANZA
Orange Downtown Alliance.
An evening of Halloween festivities for all ages. Main Street will be closed off allowing safe entertainment and candy giveaways to children of all ages. Kids will be greeted as they walk by The Good Witch, The Scarecrow, The Wizard and Roxy the Clown. Cinderella will be there along with live music, dancing, face painting and much more. West Main Street, Orange.  4-6pm.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-672-2540. 
 
September-October, Fridays & Saturdays
GHOSTS OF STAUNTON
Black Raven Paranormal.
Choose from several ghost tours for spooky tales along with historic facts. Paranormal investigators share favorite investigative techniques. Reservations recommended. Various starting locations.  8pm.  $12 adults, $6 ages 6-12.  Email: ghostsofstaunton@comcast.net. For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-448-2743. 
 
September 30-October 31, Saturdays & Sundays
GREENFIELD FALL FESTIVAL
Pumpkins, hayrides, farm animals, toddler play area, giant slide and corn maze. Greenfield Farm.  Directions: 2455 Dairy Road, Ruckersville.  10am-5pm, Saturdays; 1-5pm, Sundays.  $6 adults, children under 2 free with adult admission.  All ages welcome.  Contact: Dianne Branham.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 985-7653. 
 
October 31, Tuesday
HALLOWEEN ON THE LAWN
Students of The University of Virginia.
A long-standing tradition on the historic UVA Lawn. College students hand out goodies and parents don't have to worry about zooming cars. Stop by Edgar Allan Poe's room and say hello to the resident raven. The Lawn/Rotunda.  Directions: The Lawn is the grassy area on the inner side of the famous domed UVA Rotunda.  4-6pm.  $Free.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 924-3736. 
 
October 31, Tuesday
MONSTER MOVIE DOUBLE FEATURE
JMRL- Northside Library.
Back-to-back monster movie classics. Frankenstein (1931) will be followed by The Wolf Man (1941). Light refreshments will be served. JMRL- Northside Library.  Directions: West Rio Rd.  6pm & 7:30pm.  $Free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-7893. 
 
Now-October
PICK YOUR OWN PUMPKINS
Critzer Farm.
Pick your own pumpkins from the pumpkin patch. Critzer Family Farm, Afton.  8am-6pm Monday-Saturday.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-471-0475. 
 
Now-October 31
PUMPKIN PATCH AT MILMONT
Milmont Greenhouse.
Pick your own at the pumpkin patch. Milmont Greenhouse, Waynesboro.  8am-5:30pm Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Saturday.  All ages welcome.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-943-8408. 
 
September 29-October 31, Saturdays-Sundays, Select Weekdays
TWIZTED CREATIONZ HAUNTED ATTRACTION
Creative Works Farm.
Just north of Waynesboro, get scared at this trail haunt with indoor and outdoor scenes. All benefits go to Camp LIGHT, a summer camp for kids with chronic illnesses and other special needs. Creative Works Farm, Waynesboro.  Directions: Off Purple Cow Road.  6:30-10:30pm Fridays & Saturdays, 6:30-9:30pm October 19, 26, 30, 31.  $15.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 540-471-1659. 
 
November 14, Tuesday
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST [2017]
JMRL - Northside Library.
See the hit film Beauty and the Beast [PG]. JMRL - Northside Library.  6:30pm.  $Free.  For details, please click this link.  For more info call: 973-7893. 
 

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