Halloween Events 2022

Halloween is coming up and there are fun things to do here on the Cape to help celebrate the spookiest time of year. Here are a few ideas:

10/27, 28, 29, 1st Annual Crosby Haunted Mansion – Come take a guided tour of Crosby Mansion as it is transformed into a haunted house with ghosts, goblins and ghouls. Built in 1888 by Albert and Matilda Crosby, the historic mansion is full of lore and plenty of stories that we come to life along with a few modern mysteries!  This haunted house will be for families, teenagers, and kids above the age of seven. Prepare to be scared!  This production is sponsored by Friends of Crosby Mansion, Brewster Recreation, and Nauset High Players. Click here for more information and tickets. 

10/27, 2PM, Ghouls’ Night Out (BYOB) Pumpkin Carving, Coonamessett Farm – A fun afternoon on a random weekday so grownups can enjoy a bit of Halloween fun, too! Pick your pumpkin out of the Farm’s pumpkin patch and get creative. Coonamessett Farm will provide the carving tools, you bring the creativity and the boooooze! $8 admission plus price of pumpkin (99¢/lb.) Anyone under 18 years old MUST be accompanied by an adult. Register here. 

10/27, 6PM, Spooky Story Slam, Eastham Public Library – Do you love telling scary stories? Have you had a real life encounter with the supernatural? Do you just want to make up something spooky? Put your storytelling skills to work for a fun evening. Stories should be under 500 words and rated PG-13 – they’ll be judged by library staff, and space is limited. More info here. 

10/27 – 10/31, 5PM, Haunted House, Cape Cod Theater Company – A classic scary presentation – NOT intended for small children. (There is a tamer attraction that involves a trolley ride for younger kids on Saturday the 22nd and Sunday the 23rd.) $10 cash or credit at the door. Find out more here. 

10/28 – 10/29, 4:30PM, Trick or Treating with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy – Come dressed in your favorite costume to trick-or-treat through the exhibit hall and meet ocean animals and shark scientists from throughout history. Reservations are required for this event for trick-or-treaters 2 years of age and up. This event is nut-free. Make your reservation here. 

10/28, 4PM, Wicked at Wicks: A Children’s Halloween Celebration, Falmouth Museums on the GreenCome down to the Falmouth Museums on the Green for a fun family Halloween event. The event will include trick-or-treating at several historic properties on our campus including the 1790 Dr. Francis Wicks House, pumpkin painting, storytelling, and a costume parade. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about local history, including stories about Halloween in Falmouth in years past. Come dressed to impress and enjoy the best of fall in Falmouth. $15 per child. Member’s children are $5. Click here for more information. 

10/28, 5:30PM, Halloween Trick-or-Treat Drive-Thru, Harwich Community CenterThe Harwich Community Center is hosting a drive-thru Halloween Event! Dress up in your Halloween costumes and stop by our trick-or-treat drive-thru service to pick up a goodie-bag*. No need to get out of the car! *Children must be present. Pre-packaged goodie bags are limited to 1 per child. There will be traffic flow directional signs to follow when you arrive. No early birds please. This event lasts until all goodie-bags have been given out. Click here for more information. 

10/28 & 10/29, Halloween Trick or Treat, The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy – The AWSC will host its annual Halloween Trick-or-Treat event at Shark Center Chatham on Friday, October 28 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, October 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to arrive dressed in costume to trick-or-treat through the Shark Center and meet animals and shark scientists from throughout history. 

10/28 – 10/30, The Addams Family, Cape Theater Company/Harwich Jr. Theater – A comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family– Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. This Addams’ creepy, kooky story has gotten rave reviews! Friday & Saturday at 7pm, Sunday at 3pm. Reserve your seat here. 

10/29, 1PM, Halloween Parade at Mashpee Commons – This one’s for kids AND dogs! Enjoy trick-or-treating at participating shops all day, then head to the Village Green for the parade pre-party from 1-2, followed by the Costumed Parade down to Central Square for Pups and Kids at 2PM. All are welcome to march! There’ll also be a gift card costume contest you can enter by posting a photo at the Commons to Instagram for a chance to win 1 of 4 $100 gift cards! Free, family-friendly and open to the public. More info here. 

10/29, 10AM, Sandwich Trunk or Treat, Heritage Museums & Gardens – Free and open to the public. Please join the Sandwich Police Department for the 9th Annual Trunk -O-Treat. Come dressed in your Halloween best. For more information, click here. 

10/29, 11AM, Halloween Celebration, Coonamessett Farm – Enjoy a blueberry maze, pumpkin painting, face painting, hayrides and other activities! Both kids and adults can show off their costumes. Details and directions here. 

10/29, 10:30AM, Fall Family Festival, YMCA Camp Lyndon – Join the YMCA Cape Cod for an afternoon of spook-tacular family fun! Admissions for families up to 4: $25 Additional entries: $7. For more information and to register click here. 

10/29, 9:30AM, Halloween Spooky Species Special, CC Museum of Natural History – Learn about endangered species while playing games, doing scavenger hunts, making crafts, and more! Travel the traditional treat trail with a twist in the aquarium, visit the Owl’s Nest, and if you wear a costume, you’ll get a Science Shop coupon. The Local Scoop will be on site with ice cream pops and the Best! Grilled! Cheese! $7 per person at the door, except infants in arms (no strollers, please.) Find out more here. 

10/29, 12PM, Trunk or Treat, Atlantic Subaru – Come dressed in your most ghoulishly-good costume and collect as much candy as you can! We’ll also have our #BreastCancerAwareness t-shirts and sweatshirts available for purchase at the event. Let’s scare away breast cancer and support a good cause! 

10/30, 2PM, Double Double, Toil and Trouble, Osterville Village Library – All ghosts and goblins are welcome to come march in this year’s Osterville Halloween Costume Parade. Adults, children and dogs welcome in the spirit of the spooky season. Meet at the village flagpole and follow the procession to the library for a treat, and maybe a trick or two. Enjoy a Halloween movie at the Library. For more information, visit ostervillevillagelibrary.org or call 508 428 5757. 

10/30, 4PM, Trunk or Treat, Sun, 10/30, 4 PM, John Wesley United Methodist Church – A safe, family-friendly event for all ages! Children are encouraged and welcome to come in costume as they trick-or-treat from decorated vehicles in our front parking lot. Invite family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, etc. to join in on the fun! More here. 

10/30, 4PM, Trunk or Treat, Pilgrim Congregational Church – Pilgrim Congregational Church will host a Trunk or Treat on Sunday, October 30th from 4pm-6pm at our location of 533 Route 28 in Harwich Port.  This is a community event, and everyone is welcome.  There will be Trunk or Treating in our parking lot and games and refreshments in Monbleau Hall.  No registration is required.  For more information, call (508) 432-1668. 

10/30, 6PM, Truro Drive-Thru Trick or Treat, Truro Community Center – Free Halloween goodies for the whole family. Drive up and get your goodie bag filled with treats. 

10/31, 4PM, Wellfleet’s 14th Annual Trunk or Treat Festival, Wellfleet Drive-In – Admission is free and there will be free hot dogs and cider. For more information, call 508-349-0331. 

10/31, 11AM, Trick or Treat at Stage Stop Candies, Dennisport – All day long, little ones in costume can stop by for a treat. You know it’ll be delicious! 

10/31, 5:30PM, Trunk or Treat, Cape Cod Church – A favorite community event is BACK! We want every kid to have a safe place to go trick-or-treating on Halloween… so we made one! Join us Monday, October 31, from 5:30-8pm for TRUNK-OR-TREAT: a free night of fun for the whole family! Featuring decorated cars, food trucks, inflatables, carnival games, face-painting, and LOTS of candy.

10/31, 4PM, The Yarmouth Port Halloween Haunt, Edward Gorey House – To celebrate the Yarmouth Port Common Halloween Haunt, the House opens up on a Monday (spooky!) afternoon: free admission from 4pm to 7pm and, of course, there is candy. The Capt. Bangs Ballet House and Thatcher Hall will also be passing out treats. For more information, click here.

10/31, 4PM, Safe Trick or Treat, Hyannis Main Street – For the littlest ones! The road will be closed to traffic for 2 hours so trick or treaters can walk the street and enjoy treats from local businesses. 

10/31, 5PM, 3rd Annual Pumpkin Palooza, Wellfleet Preservation Hall – Design and carve your craftiest pumpkin, then bring it to show off Halloween night! There will be trick or treating at the event and costumes are encouraged. Deadline for drop off for pumpkins is 3 PM. Info here. 

10/31, 4PM, Yarmouth Port Green “Safe Halloween Trick or Treat, Yarmouth Port Common – Visit Bangs Hallet House, Edward Gorey Museum, Thacher Hall, Winslow Crocker House and the Chapter House Inn for treats and some scary Halloween fun in a safe environment. All ages welcome! Click here for more information. 

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