Posted by Nydia Streets of Streets Law in South Florida Family Events** 

Halloween celebrations are happening this weekend, so grab your costume and check out your family fun guide!

  • Friday, October 26, 2018

Scarecrow & Pumpkin Patch Display at Fairchild Tropical Gardens: “Come and witness the creativity of local schools, organizations, and Fairchild staff as they display their scarecrows throughout the garden. We will also have our pumpkin patch under the oak tree! Great photo op with family and friends!” For more information, click here.

Annual Ghosts of Miami City Cemetery with Dr. George: “Get into the Halloween spirit with HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian, Dr. Paul George, on this haunted history tour. Lurk among the tombstones of this historic graveyard and hear stories about the mysterious deaths of its inhabitants. Visit the final resting place of early settlers, Miami’s first mayor, the Burdine family, and Julia Tuttle.” For more information, click here.

  • Saturday, October 27, 2018

Witches of Delray Ride: “Join us for the 7th Annual Witches of Delray Ride! Each year, we gather to decorate our bikes (brooms) and dress up in our wicked best witch-ware to raise funds for Achievement Centers for Children and Families located right here in Delray Beach. Our 7th Annual Delray Beach Charity Ride on Saturday, October 27th will meet at Delray Beach City Hall and take our witches through historic downtown Delray, Atlantic Avenue, A1A and end at the Delray Beach Green Market. At the end of our flight, we have contests for Best Decorated Bike, Best Witch Costume, Best Witch Cackle and new this year, Best Group Theme!” For more information, click here.

Trick or Treat Down Main Street: “Enjoy a one-of-a-kind scavenger hunt filled with loads of candy and fun activities throughout the shops at Downtown Doral! Each trick or treat participant has a chance to win some of our exciting raffle prizes. That's not all - the fun will continue inside the Downtown Doral Wizarding World, a themed event space complete with extravagant décor, a DJ, games, and a magic show! Free trick or treating. $5 to enter the Downtown Doral Wizarding World. Adults free with paying children.” For more information, click here

  • Sunday, October 28, 2018

Howl-O-Ween Pet Costume Contest: “Enter your pet in the Howl-O-Ween pet costume contest! Registration begins at 11am, must be pre-registered by 11:45am and contest starts at 12pm. There is a minimum $5 donation per pet to participate in costume contest. Four lucky finalists will win prizes! Meet adoptable pets from Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League from 11am-3pm. Name your own adoption fees! Pet photos, music, games and more. Join all the fun on the Plaza. It’s a howlin’ good time!” For more information, click here.

Halloween Family Boo Bash at Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village: A family-friendly spooky day full of excitement. Guests are welcomed to trick or treat at the historic railroad village. There will be face painting, balloon art, tattoos, arts & crafts, pony rides, petting zoo, magic mirror photo booth & more. Kids 12 and under can participate in a costume contest. Don't miss the spectacular magic show and DJ. Admission $5.00 Per Person with FREE PARKING all day. For information call Main Office: 305-258-3543/Events Department: 305-258-2565. 

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