What’s Going On – Week of 10/22/18

Haunted History Trolley Tours – Thursday, October 25th-Saturday, October 27th

“Leisurely touring one of the oldest cities in Minnesota, this historical trolley tour goes downhill quickly when uninvited characters randomly begin boarding. Traveling the city to areas of haunted past, these true-to-life actors wander the trolley unearthing ghosts of the past. Each creepy character brought back to life to tell their own true horror story of Stillwater long ago.”

Not So Scary Halloween Party – Friday, October 26th

“Start your Halloween weekend off with a party at Edinborough Park! Trick-or-treating, face painting, games, special “kid-friendly” entertainment by Bodini the Magician and crafts round out this exclusive annual family event. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Admission price includes full access to Adventure Peak and the Great Hall play areas.”

Happy Halloween Event – Saturday, October 27th

“Families can enjoy free horse-drawn hayrides, music, games and giveaways at the Southtown Halloween Party from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Southtown Shopping Center in Bloomington. Kids will enjoy dancing to KidsDance Entertainment and participating in craft activities provided by Artistry. Other activities will include balloon animals, facepainting, games and prizes. Children will also receive a free Halloween tote bag and treats (while supplies last).”

Halloween 1985 – Saturday, October 27th

“Inspired by Stranger Things, TRANSMISSION & Hell’s Kitchen Present: HALLOWEEN 1985 on Saturday, October 27th. Similar to the show, there will be a vibe like you’re walking back into 1985 with 100% era appropriate music and videos. Expect a mix of pop, r & b, rock & new wave – just like you would be watching MTV back in ’85. Costumes encouraged – it’s a Halloween party after-all!”

Used Gear Swap – Saturday, October 27th

“If you’re adding outdoor gear to your wish list (of course you are), don’t miss our Used Gear Swap to buy, sell, and trade used gear with other outdoor adventurers. Used gear is a win/win: it’s easier on the wallet and you’re saving gear from dusty days in the garage and, eventually, the landfill.”

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