[caption id="attachment_104" align="aligncenter" caption="Trail of Scarecrows"][/caption] Halloween over the years has turned into the “holiday” of the year.  I feel like in years’ past it was a holiday for children, but today it has became a holiday for all ages to take part in and enjoy the suspense and mystery.  (Also, dressing up in costumes is so much fun!).  2 Great Cities, 1 Great University offer a variety of spooky and scary Halloween events this weekend:
  1. Get lost in the 18 acre corn maze at Exploration Acres/Haunted Maze
  2. It’s never too late to pick out a pumpkin to carve at the Great Pumpkin Patch presented by the Congress Street United Methodist Church
  3. FEAR IS ALIVE!  at the Indiana Fields of Fear featuring 3 haunted attractions which include: The Gallows, Creature Cavern and Hog Hollow Farm
  4. Visit sites of horrible accidents, mayhem and murder during the Tour of Terror
  5. Operation Trick or Treat & ZombAid Partners will host zombies in training, little ghouls and goblins trick or treating and a Monster Mash themed music party
  6. Watch wolves, coyotes and foxes party away with a tasty pumpkin treat at Wolf Park
  7. Participate in the 4th Annual Crawloween pub crawl on October 29
  8. Listen to the Purdue Symphony Orchestra’s annual family Halloween pops concert at the Lafayette Long Center for the Performing Arts
  9. Join the festivities  for the 9th Annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration at the YMCA
  10. Visit Prophetstown State Park to see the Trail of Scarecrows
For more information about other fun events taking place this weekend please visit our website at www.HomeOfPurdue.com. P.S.  You may ask…what am I dressing up as??  Take a guess!!??