Eugene Recreation has your holiday plans covered! Check out the schedule below to ensure this Halloween is one to remember. There is something for everyone: adults over 50, adaptive recreation and families! What spooky fun will spark your interest?
Pumpkin Patch (Adaptive, Ages 12 & up)
October 24, 1-5 p.m. Meet at Hilyard Community CenterHead to the Lone Pine Farms Pumpkin Patch, and then come back to Hilyard Center to carve it. Not wheelchair or walker accessible due to mud.
$18/person; registration required
Pumpkin CarvingOctober 26-30, 4-7 p.m., Red Wagon Creamery
Come carve a pre-hallowed out pumpkin and receive a mini scoop of ice cream.The carved pumpkins will be judged, and winners will be announced October 31 at the Hult Center Lobby in two age divisions: 10 years and under and over 10. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. $5/person
Halloween Luncheon (Ages 50 & up)
October 28, Noon-1:30 p.m., Petersen Barn Community CenterCome enjoy a haunting menu, Halloween stories and a costume contest with the Barn monsters.
$5/person; registration required
Boooo Barn (All ages)October 30, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Petersen Barn Community Center
Celebrate the fall season with carnival games, a haunted house, interactive stations and ghost stories. Drop-in fun for the whole family! FREE
Little’s BOO Barn (Bring littles ages 0-4)October 31, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Petersen Barn Community Center
Bring your littles for games, crafts and interactive stations. Dress up your little for a costume contest and take a family photo in the photo area. FREE
High School Halloween Costume PartyOctober 31, 9 p.m.-12 a.m., Petersen Barn Community Center
Don’t want to trick-or-treat but still want to dress up? High schoolers come out for dancing, a live DJ, concessions, games and of course, a costume party. $2; Bring high school I.D.
All Hallows’ EugeneOctober 31, 11 a.m.-2 a.m., Downtown Eugene
There is something for everyone in this Downtown celebration of Halloween.For the kids, go trick-or-treating at downtown merchants, enjoy a screening of "ParaNorman" or take part in the pet costume parade. If you prefer tricks over treats, make your way over to the Hult Center for Eugene Film Society’s 72-Hour Horror Film Competition.