You dressed up for costume day at school. You came to the Pumpkin Carving Contest at your local Sonoma County Library branch. You MIGHT be able to get away with one more year of trick-or-treating. But what ELSE is there to do around Halloween? If you are still looking for fun & cheap (or free!) things to do this weekend, check out some of these:
Blind Scream and Doc’s Horrortorium. Through October 31, open 7pm-11pm. $12 for the Horrortorium; $15 for the Blind Scream, or $18 for a ticket to both. Manly Honda, 2770 Corby Ave. in Santa Rosa.
Campfire in the Corral. Friday, October 29, from 5-9pm (weather permitting). Admission $10.
Roast a hot dog or marshmallows, have some hot cider and cookies, and take a night time hay ride. Muelrath Ranch Pumpkin Farm, 3800 Walker Avenue, Santa Rosa.
CHOPS Halloween Carnival. Saturday, October 30, from 5-8pm. Free to help, or admission $4. Teens are running this carnival for Sonoma County families, and they are looking for more volunteers! 509 Adams Street in Santa Rosa. 707-284-CHOPS (2467).
Dr. Evil’s House of Horrors. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, October 29-31, from sundown to 11pm. $10 Admission. 16101 Neely Road in Guerneville.
Dragon’s Head Inn Haunted House. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 29-31, 7-11pm. Normally $12 Admission, but check out these great deals:
- Friday, October 29: Give blood at the mobile bloodmobile of the Blood Bank of the Redwoods and get a free pass!
- Saturday, October 30 & Sunday, October 31: Bring a new unwrapped toy for Toys-For-Tots and get a free pass!
Halloween Improv Show at 6th Street Playhouse. Saturday, October 30 @ 8:00 pm. $14 Admission. 52 West 6th Street, Santa Rosa, California in Railroad Square.
Petaluma Corn Maze & Pumpkin Farm. Friday and Saturday nights 6-9 pm. $9 Admission. So fun to run around in the maze in the dark! 550 Stony Point Rd. in Petaluma.