Bryce and Reese Clarabut aren't too sure about having their photo taken with the Crown counsel office clowns at the Terrace courthouse Halloween morning.

Halloween events offer fun and frights tonight

A couple of events for families in a safe place and another to scare the daylights out of adults

Halloween is here and already this morning costumed people and creatures are showing themselves around Terrace.

And everyone looking for something to do tonight can check out the following places and activities.

Heritage Park Museum hosts its 13th annual Halloween Howl for families from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. with hot chocolate, candy and a photo booth. Children are invited to trick or treat among the spookily decorated log cabins at the museum. Thirteen prizes will be awarded for costumes: spookiest costume (two prizes), best duo, best trio, most creative costume (two prizes), cutest costume, best-dressed family, funniest costume, strangest costume, best homemade costume, best-dressed baby, and most historical costume. Admission is free or by donation.

Zion Baptist Church invites everyone to its family Pumpkin Party from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. It’s on south Sparks St. beside All west Glass. It’s a fun fair where children move from station to station to collect candy! Wear your costumes. Hot drinks for the adults. Free.

On a different note, Nightmare on Straume Street invites adults to enter at their own risk and face their nightmares from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 4921 Straume St. Not for the young or young at heart. Admission is a food item for the food bank.

 

 

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