Halloween Events in the Triad: 2016

Posted by Steve Vincent on Oct 8, 2014, 10:23:16 AM

In Family Outings, halloween, Halloween in the Triad, Community Events, Triad Life

cat02Each Halloween, we at The Vincent Group GreatNest think it's fun to explore the myriad of Halloween events offered across the Piedmont Triad - from pumpkin patches to haunted attractions.  So, again this year, we've done a little research, and the list below is a summary of what we found.  If you know of haunted tours, trick-or-treat locations, or any other spooky activities we didn't include, comment on this post.  We want to know what you know!

Halloween Events in the Triad All Month Long

Friday, October 21

For the Greensboro 48 Hour Film Horror Project, groups of filmmakers from around the Piedmont and beyond will come together October 14-16 to make a short horror film in just 48 hours. Next, they need an audience at the Carolina Theatre! Come see the creativity expressed through the art of filmmaking by crews and actors of all ages and skill levels. Each Screening Group is shown a different set of films. Audiences vote for their favorites in each group. Meet the team leaders during Q&A following each group screening.

Group A Screening: Friday October 21 at 7pm
Group B Screening: Friday October 21 at 9:30pm

Tickets are $10 each screening, sales tax is included.

Saturday, October 22

Greensboro Youth Council’s Annual Ghoulash! Halloween Festival, Greensboro, 2-6 p.m.

Saturday - Sunday, October 22-23

Boo at the Zoo, Asheboro Zoo, Asheboro

Tuesday, October 25

Summerfield Farms' Second Annual Tractor & Treat, 6-8 p.m. Tractor & Treat activities include "tractor and treating," a Tractor Crawl, hay maze, food trucks, live music by Nathan Ryan, fire pit and amores, costume contest, etc.

Friday, October 28

Saturday, October 29

Friday - Saturday, October 28-29

Legends and Lanterns Halloween Tour at Old Salem, Winston-Salem, 7-9 p.m.

Sunday, October 30

Monday, October 31:  Halloween!

I am sure this is just a selection of the Halloween events in the Triad this fall.  Be sure to check on the events' websites for details about times and dates - and please beware that some require appointments, advance registration, or tickets.  We've heard of all kinds of great places to get pumpkins, ride hayrides, create fall crafts, and just enjoy the Halloween fun.  Help us add to the list!