Here’s your guide to a spooky Halloween weekend in Ann Arbor
ANN ARBOR, me. – Call on all ghouls, ghosts and gargoyles!
In case you missed it, Halloween is on Sunday. Businesses around Tree Town are preparing for an incredibly fun weekend by organizing events, handing out candy, and celebrating the scariest holidays.
Here’s where you can have an unforgettable time in Ann Arbor:
The 10th Annual Boo Bash returns to Briarwood Mall starting at 4pm on Thursday. Families and trick or treating can purchase candy at malls and enjoy family-friendly entertainment and activities.
MAKE THE TIME CROSS
It’s just a jump left and a step right … into the Michigan Theater. Visit the Leather Medusas on Friday at 10 p.m. for a screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show and a live shadow cast of the Tim Curry cult classic.
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Join the GLOW enthusiasts on Friday night as they light up Ypsilanti’s Downtown, Depot Town and Cross Street. Music performances and art installations take place in several locations.
MONSTER PETTING FARM
This Friday and Saturday, the Ann Arbor Civic Theater is turning Domino’s Farm into a monstrous petting zoo. Take a guided tour past free-roaming zombies and penned werewolves.
Head to the Leslie Science & Nature Center and some of its nighttime residents on Saturday for activities, a scavenger hunt, and a campfire. Costumes and gift bags are welcome.
BLACK WINE NIGHT
Partake in a spooky five-course meal during Vinology’s annual Black Wine Night. The Saturday menu features a blind wine tasting and completely black menu around the Dia de los Muertos. Information can be found here.
TRICK-OR-TREATMENT IN THE DOWNTOWN
Get your ghoul on as goblins, princesses and crusaders take over downtown Main Street for Trick or Treat, hosted by the Main Street Area Association. The annual event starts on Sunday at 11 a.m.
On Sunday, gather your witches and wizards for ice skating at the Veterans Memorial Park Ice Arena. Costumes are welcome.
PUPPIES ON PARADE
The Grizzly Peak Brewing Company went to the dogs … kind of. The eatery in downtown Ann Arbor is hosting a Halloween-themed pups-on-the-patio costume contest on Sunday afternoons. Find out more here.
HOCUS POCUS DRAG BRUNCH
If your little ones love stories, take them to some spooky story time with Boylesque Drag at Ypsilanti’s SideTrack Bar and Grill. The event is partly a drag brunch and partly a fundraiser for the Humane Society of Huron Valley.
The drag troop is hosting two more fundraisers this weekend for Ann Arbor’s Ozone House and the SafeHouse Center. Find out more here.
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