Halloween events

Beverly Bryant - October 31, 2019 11:46 am

This is a list of tonight’s Halloween events that we are aware of. There may be other events we’ve not received information about. Sponsors of other events are welcome to submit information by email to [email protected] up until 4 p.m. Those will be added to this list.

?Via Christi Village is hosting a trick or treat event tonight starting at 6pm and continuing until the candy is all gone! Take Hartford East to Academy and bring the kids for this fun family-friendly and safe alternative to trick or treating!

?Albright United Methodist Church will hold its annual Trunk or Treat and Carnival from 6 to 8 p.m. On Thursday, Oct. 31. The church is at 128 South Palm. Come for Trunk or Treating, hot dogs and games! Events will be indoors because of weather.

?The Full size candy bar hunt takes place Halloween night at Ponca City Church 5:30-8pm. Come grab a list and join the full size candy bar hunt in the old Lincoln school 701 W Chestnut. Safe fun for the kids!

?Trunk or Treat at the Community Christian Church 2109 W. Grand is Halloween night 5-6:30 in the North parking lot.

?Newkirk Chamber of Commerce is hosting Monsters on Main 5-7pm Halloween night it has been moved to the senior center due to the weather.

?The annual House on the Hill Haunt 2019 is Halloween night 6-10pm. Come to the scariest place in Ponca City, 1116 S 9th, for this year’s Broken Reality haunt. Free and open to the public!

?A local Haunting 2019 at 3201 Kingston Halloween night from 6-10. Free and open to the public.

 

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