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Halloween Events

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Halloween is approaching and there are numerous events to attend. Get out of the house and enjoy these events with family and friends starting as early as October 19 through October 31. Halloween is approaching and there are numerous events to attend. Get out of the house and enjoy these events with family and friends starting as early as October 19 through October 31.
Halloween is approaching and there are numerous events to attend. Get out of the house and enjoy these events with family and friends starting as early as October 19 through October 31. There are many activities such as trick-o-treating, ghost touring, parties, costume contests, and movies.  

Here are a few events that you may be interested in ...

Safe Kids Upstate and Medshore

Safe Kids Upstate and Medshore are hosting a “Seat and Treat” from 4-7 p.m. on Halloween at the Medshore Ambulance station across from Greenville Memorial Hospital. This event is a time during which parents and caregivers can have car seats inspected while their children participate in fun, safe Halloween activities. Parents can make an appointment by calling 454-1108, but walk-ins will be taken as long as they are in line by 6 p.m.

Halloween in Greer Station

Halloween in Greer Station will be held on October 29.  Trick-o-treating will be from 5pm - 8pm through out downtown. The pumpkin carving contest will begin at 5pm - 7pm at Greer Trading Post.  The thriller dance lesson will be held at the Daveport at 7pm. The events are free for all ages.

Spirits & Stories: Brattonsville by Twilight
Daytime activities will include classic Halloween crafts, games, and a children’s costume contest. World renowned storyteller, Tim Lowry, will be providing chilling tales around a warm fire. Once the sun goes down, the guided ghost tours for adults and children over age 12 will begin. Visitors will learn the true legends that led to many popular ghost stories while walking the grounds of Historic Brattonsville. Family friendly daylight activities begin at 6:00 to 7:30 pm. The overall events will be held at the Culture & Heritage Musems: Historic Brattonsville in McConnells, SC on Saturday, October 19 from 6pm to 9pm.

Greer Station Ghost Tours

On October 22, Joada Hiatt will be leading two ghost tours. The tours will start at The Depot and ending at the Greer Heritage Museum. The first tour begins at 5:30 pm and the second will start at 7:00 pm. All ages are able to attend this event, but a $5 donation is requested for all participants over 9 years of age.

RiffTrax Live: Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead will be played on Thursday, Oct 24 8:00pm at Regal Hollywood 20 - Greenville.

Trunk or Treat! Halloween Drop In
A Trunk or Treat! Halloween Drop In will begin at 3pm on Saturday, October 26 at Keller Williams Greenville Office, Greenville, SC.

Grover Pumpkin Festival

Our 3rd Annual Grover Pumpkin Festival will be a fun-filled day with a wide variety of activities including: pumpkin carving, headless horseman carriage rides, corn maze, crafts and food vendors. A car show, hayrides, rock wall and other kids' activities. Live music by national recording artists and more. The event will be held on Saturday, October 26 at 10:00 am, Downtown Grover, Grover, NC.

Boo-HaHa

Safe Trick or Treating with more than 25 local businesses. A dance party with Chuck Boozer from WRHI will be on Main St. at 5:30pm.For the costume contest, you must registration from 5:30-6:15pm in front of Wells Fargo. Judging will begin at 6:30pm. Ages: Infant-2 years, 3-4 years, 5-6 years, 7-8 years, 9-10 years, 11-12 years.There will be special apperances by the Rock Hill Fire Department, the “Carolina GhostBusters” and the York County Library Bookmobile. Come out to Downtown Rock Hill on October 31 from 5:30pm to 8pm, rain or shine!

6 Feet Under: A Party to Die For

The Old Cigar Warehouse will be hosting a party on Thursday, October 31 at 8pm for ages 21 and older. You can pay $25 in advance or $30 at the door to get you an open bar from Liquid Catering, snacks, and music from DJ EZ. There will be a costume contest for a chance to win a $100 cash prize!! Parking will be available on-site for $5, or there might be street parking. Tickets are available to purchase
at Liquid Catering, 116 E Broad Street. Call to see what time we are open, 864-248-4850.

Do you have any events you want to see added to this list?  Email the info to assignmentdesk@wspa.com
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