Weekend Happenings: October 30th thru November 1st

Grab your costumes because it’s Halloween weekend! With spook-tacular events popping up all over, there is sure to be something for every age and scare-level!fall-weekend4

Washington, DC Events:

nt living zooNight of the Living Zoo
Smithsonian’s National Zoo
3001 Connecticut Ave. NW, DC
Time: Friday, 6:30pm – 10pm
Cost: $30 for non-members **SOLD OUT**
Put on your best costume and revel in Night of the Living Zoo.  There will be strolling entertainment, a Day of the Dead display, live entertainment, craft beer, food trucks and much more!

Halloween Boo Cruise
Spirit of Mount Vernon
boo cruise600 Water St. SW, DC
Time: Saturday, 9pm – 12am
Cost: $45 (must be 21 or older)
Board the Spirit of Mount Vernon for a spooky cruise along the Potomac River on Halloween Night!  Enjoy themed appetizers and a cash bar while taking in late night views of DC under a haunting moon.  The cruise also features live DJ entertainment and a costume contest.

Dia de los Muertos Family Festival
National Museum of the American Indian
4th St. & Independence Ave. SW, DC
Time: Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 5pm
Cost: FREE
Come to the National Museum of the American Indian for a celebration that honors our ancestors. The event will include food demonstrations, cultural presentations and performances, and gives you the opportunity to create your own sugar skulls and papel picado!

Maryland Events:

baltimore farmers marketBaltimore Farmer’s Market & Bazaar
Underneath the Jones Falls Expressway
At Holliday & Saratoga Sts., Baltimore
Time: Sundays thru Dec. 20th, 7am-sellout (typically noon)
Cost: FREE – prices vary on items available for purchase
Baltimore’s farmer’s market and bazaar is open for the season! There will be a huge variety of items available for purchase including fruits and vegetables, baked goods, dairy products, and dozens of food vendors! Vegan food items will be available.

fall o weenFall-O-Ween
Port Discovery
35 Market Place, Baltimore
Time: Saturday, 10am – 3:30pm
Cost: $15 (children under 12 dressed in costume receive 50% off)
Put on your costume and come out for a music show, crafts, activities, and more! Perfect for kids who want to attend an event that is not scary!

pub crawlHalloween Baltimore Pub Crawl
Social Pub
25 E. Cross St., Baltimore
Time: Thursday & Friday, 5pm – 2am; Saturday, 4pm – 2am
Cost: varies by date
Creep-crawl your way through Baltimore’s best bars and pubs! Those of legal age are invited to meet at Social Pub in Federal Hill to receive their official crawl map and wristband.

Free Fall Halloween Celebration
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy., Baltimore
Time: Friday, 4pm – 7pm
Cost: FREE
AVAM is celebrating Halloween with free museum admission, a lantern-making workshop, and an outdoor screening of The Goonies on Federal Hill.

Virginia Events:

haunt villThe Haunted Village at Annandale
Annandale Shopping Center
7040 Columbia Pike at Gallows Rd., Annandale
Time: Saturday, 6pm – 9pm
Cost: $10
Stop by the Annandale Shopping Center for some thrills and chills as you are escorted through the haunted village where Goblins lurk telling spooky stories of the past.  Event suited for children 8 and up.

Trick or Treat at Reston Town Center 
Reston Town Center
11900 Market St., Reston
Time: Saturday, 12pm – 4pm
Cost: FREE
Bring the kids trick-or-treating and visit participating retailers with the pumpkin flyer in the window to score treats and goodies on Halloween afternoon.  Turley the Magician will also be performing at 1:00 pm in Fountain Square.

Halloween at Gunston Hall
George Mason’s Gunston Hall
10709 Gunston Rd., Mason Neck
Time: Saturday, 12pm – 4pm
Cost: $25 per family
Tour Gunston Hall burying ground by lantern, listen to storytellers while pumpkin painting, enjoy treats, face painting and much more!

Concerts & Theatre at a Glance!
Contact your concierge for pricing and availability.

  • Disney On Ice: 100 Years of Magic, Royal Farms Arena, Friday thru Sunday
  • Kip Moore, Rams Head Live, Saturday
  • The Who Hits 50! Tour, Verizon Center, Sunday

Sports at a Glance!
Contact your concierge for pricing and availability.

  • Washington Capitals vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, Verizon Center, Friday
  • Baltimore Ravens vs. San Diego Chargers, M&T Bank Stadium, Sunday

Movies Opening this Weekend:

zombieScouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse
Duration: 93 Minutes
Genre: Comedy/Horror
The day before their last camp out, three scouts find out the real meaning of friendship when they attempt to save their town from a zombie take over.
Starring: Tye Sheridan, Logan Miller, Joey Morgan, Sarah Dumont

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