Patch Picks is here with some of our top picks for the upcoming Halloween weekend.
Saturday and Sunday, October 29 and 30 from noon—4 pm
Free, but please bring a non-perishable item for the
Visit the hay maze, participate in the Monster Mash costume parade, and enjoy lots of Halloween festivities at the Arboretum this weekend. The event also features free admission to Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens and a chance to explore the new Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom. Register online here.
Sunday, October 30 from 9 am—1 pm
$5, children under five-years-old eat free
Kick off your Halloween celebrations with a festive breakfast including pancakes, sausage, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice. Costumes are encouraged and children can look forward to some special treats (or tricks). A portion of the proceeds benefit the Marching Band.
Healing Hearts Pediatric Therapy Center’s Halloween Party
Sunday October 40 from 3—5 pm
A $5 donation per child is appreciated.
Healing Hearts will host a Halloween party just for children with special needs and their families. Guests can come in costume, or not, and enjoy puppet shows, magic, music, and games. RSVP by October 28 by calling Kim Colletto at (203)708-0076.
Saturday, October 29 from 3—4 pm
Stamford’s Fairway will welcome Moey’s Music Party on Saturday afternoon. Parents can spend an hour shopping while their children enjoy singing and dancing in the café. Come in costume for a chance to win prizes.
Sunday, October 30 from 1--3 pm
Free for members, Free with gate admission for non-members
Come in costume and trick or treat on the farm. At "Ick-Fest," visitors can explore the slime table and visit with reptiles and bugs. Halloween crafts and other surprises will take place along the way. Trick or treaters are reminded to bring their own treat bag.