From trick-or-treating to pumpkin patches, fall is in the air and we couldn’t be more thrilled. This Halloween weekend, Dallas has no shortage of hair-raising fun to get into.
Thursday, October 29
Pumpkinville: Located in McKinney’s Tucker Hill community, this event features food trucks and concession stands, hay mazes, pumpkin decorating and more fall activities to enjoy. FREE. 10 a.m. Every day – October 31.
Come-As-You-Are Wine Dinner: Travel over to lower Greenville and visit the Grape for a taste of fine wines. Chef de cuisine Sarah Snow will create a three-course bistro menu to compliment the hand-selected wines of the evening. $52/person. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. For reservations, call 214-828-1981.
Decks in the Park Halloween Bash: Bring your costumes to the last Decks in the Park of the season! With ghoulish beats and tasty treats, this event promises an unforgettable and spooky evening. FREE. 6 p.m.
Craft Beer Tasting: Join the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden for pre-concert tasting with Martin House Brewing Company. Tasting includes four samples of hand-crafted brews, a brewery tasting glass and a full beer to enjoy at the end of the tasting. Light bites will also be provided. Admission to Emerald City (Dallas’ Favorite Variety Band) concert included. $50/adult; $45/member. 6:15 p.m. Purchase tickets here.
Friday, October 30
Scare on the Square: The shops in downtown McKinney and McKinney Main Street invite you to come out and enjoy the sights of hundreds of ghosts and goblins, young and old, in the historic downtown area. Enjoy interactive activities, costume contests and a ghost hunt! FREE. 4 p.m.
Saturday, October 31
Spooky Pooch Festival: Visit Main Street Garden in downtown Dallas for a canine-centric Halloween festival. There will be a contest for best dog costume, a kids zone, vendors, food and drink, plus more! $13/person. For tickets, click here.
Trick or Treat the Square: Rain or shine, Frisco Square will host their fifth annual halloween event featuring face paintings, a petting zoo, wagon rides, and a costume contest. FREE. 1 p.m.
Sunday, November 1
Music on the Southwest Porch: Grab a seat on the Southwest Porch at Klyde Warren Park and enjoy the soulful country tunes of Grace Tyler and Haley Rynn. FREE. 2 p.m.
Light the Night Walk: The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society will host a fundraising campaign, consisting of community participants who walk with an illuminated lantern to bring awareness and raise funds for treatments and cures. The North cities and Dallas walk have joined forces and will be held at Trinity Groves in West Dallas. To register, click here. 5 p.m.