Looking for something fun to do with your family this weekend? There are lots of Pumpkin Patches to visit, and fun events happening too. For all of them check the PAM Calendar. Here are five to check out:
The Ghosts of Sleepy Hollow
Dallas Children’s Theater
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Recommended for ages 11 and up. You may have heard of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman, but Sleepy Hollow has so many more frightening secrets to show you and your teens. Travel deep into the haunting woods of Sleepy Hollow and nestle up to see why the terrifying tales of Washington Irving have been favorites for fireside spookfests for over a hundred years. The DCT Teen Scene Players bring this world premiere play about Irving’s ghosts to life (err…death) as the Studio Theater is transformed into a wild, fun romp through a hair-raising nightmare that might just scare your head off!
Historic Downtown Square, Garland
Enjoy local artisan, craftsmen, food & culinary vendors, seasonal items, a great Kid Zone with bounce house fun, Bungee Run, Basketball Game Challenge, carnival games, plus live entertainment throughout the day, HOWL O Ween Doggie Costume Parade at 3 pm, pumpkin decorating, kids crafts, Art of The Hatter & MORE!
Plano International Festival
Haggard Park, Plano
Cultural displays, naturalization ceremony, parade of flags, international art exhibit, multicultural music and dance performances, fitness and wellness fair, children’s educational activities, international fashion show, ethnic food court and more.
Oak Point Park, Plano
A night-time Halloween-theme
NorthPark Center, Dallas
Featuring a concert by Gravity Feed and a performance by Dallas Ballet Company. Children can participate in hands-on art activities led by important artists from North Texas. The event is open to the public, and food and drinks will be available for purchase.