Halloween is around the corner, and I thought we could all use a map to find family-oriented events around Texas. See who is hosting Halloween activities this year!
Happy (almost) Halloween!
If you read the partner-article "FREE Family Halloween Events in Texas", then you already know this, but ...
Yesterday, my cousin and I began discussing our Halloween plans. Like the last couple of years, I realized that I currently have no arrangements for the holiday, which is simply unacceptable!
Though I simply love staying home on All Hallows' Eve, to pass out candy to trick-or-treaters, I think that going out can also be fun. Hence, I started researching who might host a family-fun activity in Texas this year. I found several* that I want to share with you guys, so you can spend time having fun instead of doing research to find the perfect event.
Side note: I spoke with one of the administrators of the Cypress United Methodist Church's Pumpkin Patch, and she mentioned that it is rather difficult to locate family-oriented events in the area if you are from another state. I have an idea to ease this process, but I need your help! Please see this related Survey > Family Event Crowdsourcing.
It's nice when things are free, but sometimes a little entertainment is worth a small expense. Check out these great family-fun events coming up in Texas (click on the links for more extensive event details):
Are you attending any family-oriented Halloween festivities?
This blog is a global outreach forum, so please share activities from all over the world. Readers just like you want to know what is available where they live. Let's grow this list (which will be updated yearly).
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Blessings for more Halloween family-fun,
*Sources: Channel2Houston, Eventbrite, KidsOutandAbout