Mix 100.7 Ghoul Guide

There's a ton of things to do for Halloween this year.

But we were able to narrow it down to some of our favorite ones.

The MIX 100.7 family wishes yours a safe and fun Halloween!

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party | Select nights through 10/31

Take a trip to Disney World's Magic Kingdom Park for the happiest haunting on Earth! 

Don’t miss your chance to collect candies, sweets and frightfully delightful treats—all 

while the park hosts grim grinning ghosts, eerie entertainment and Disney Characters 

that go bump in the night. 

Perfect for children of every age to enjoy! Come dressed for the occasion and wear c

ertain costumes and masks that meet the Park's guidelines.

How to Experience the Happiest Haunting on Earth >>

Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights

True fear comes from within. This year, time twists and turns on itself— ripping 

cinematic greats, cult classics and original nightmares from decades past into a 

new era of fear with ten terrifying houses, more than ever, five sinister scare zones

 and outrageous entertainment. This event may be too intense for young children 

and is not recommended for children under the age of 13.

Costumes & Masks: Not Allowed

Ready to get your scare on >> 

Howl-O-Scream 2018 | Select Nights through 10/28

For 19 select nights, there is nowhere to hide at Howl-O-Scream 2018. 

Designed to terrify, Busch Gardens’ haunted houses will return with a 

vengeance, but the scares don’t stop there. Unspeakable horror lives in 

every dark corner, including on Busch Gardens’ pulse-pounding thrill rides 

and new, gruesome realm recommended for guest over the age of 17. 

Howl-O-Scream 2018 is bringing fear to the next level and once you’re 

in there’s nothing to fear but everything. 

Costumes & Masks: Not Allowed

Ready to take fear to the next level? >>

Harvest Holler Corn Maze in Polk City | 9/21 - 11/11

Come and join others who found Harvest Holler Corn Maze family entertainment a 

really fun day on a working family farm. Conveniently located just 10 minutes north

of Lakeland, FL, and less than 45 minutes from either Orlando or Tampa.

Learn more about this fun fall tradition >>

SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular | Weekends from 9/22 - 10/28

Meet everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends including Elmo, The Count, Cookie 

Monster and more, plus watch our silly, not-so-spooky live shows, and trick or

treat for candy and goodies throughout the park.

It’s an ocean of Halloween fun for the whole family at SeaWorld Orlando’s

Halloween Spooktacular®. During this daytime event, families are 

immersed in an underwater "fantasea" including trick-or-treating, 

whimsical sea creatures, and more in this 

family-friendly event that could only come from SeaWorld.

Find out more about this whale of a good time >>

Screamin’ Green Hauntoween at Crayola Experience | 9/22 - 10/31

Get ready to get ZOMBIFIED with all-new monster-ific crafts and special, spooky 

happenings all month long, including weekend dance parties, a themed scavenger hunt, 

a live slime-themed show and SLIME TIME, an ooey-gooey class that’s fun for the whole family!

* Plus trick-or-treating every weekend, all while exploring 26 exciting hands-on attractions.

How to experience the bigger and more colorful Halloween this year >>

Monster Mashup at Glazer Children's Museum | 10/1 -10/31

Enjoy spooky fun with a safe trick-or-treating alternative at 

Glazer Children's Museum! Includes: Museum play, trick-or-treating, 

special programs, costume parade, and more!

Do your kids love a Monster Mashup? Get more info >>

Creatures of the Night at ZooTampa | Fridays & Saturdays 10/5 - 10/27

The Zoo transforms into an eerie and immersive Halloween adventure for the whole family. 

Creatures emerge at dusk with startling surprises around every corner. No horror or gore, 

just fun and frights for all!

This year Medusa has stepped out of the pages of mythology and is 

lurking in the darkest shadows. 

Are you ready to explore Medusa's Stone Cold Cave & the Fairy Frightful Forest? >>

Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND Florida | Select nights in October

From the Brick or Treat trail, shows, character experiences, The Tale of

Pirates' Cove Fireworks Finale, VIP experiences, and so much more - you'll

have endless fun with the kids!!

To Brick or Treat with your family visit LEGOLAND'S site >>

Haunted River Tours on the Pirate Water Taxi | Select nights in October

Hop aboard the Pirate Water Taxi for a frighteningly good time on the water. Join us 

select nights in October for an entertaining evening with tales of ghosts along the 

Hillsborough River.  Each tour will be led by a dead-lightful docent who will tell 

spooky stories of Tampa’s past.

Cruise along the river, as you dive into history >>

15th Annual Pumpkin Palooza Fall Festival (SPJWC) | 10/6 from 11a - 4p

GFWC St. Petersburg Women's Club presents the 15th Annual Pumpkin Palooza! It is 

open to the public and features kid’s inflatables, petting zoo, games, prizes, a pumpkin 

patch, pumpkin decorating, crafts, face and hair painting, raffle goodie baskets, bingo 

and much more. It is well attended and has become a highly anticipated community event! 

This is not only fun for the whole family but a canned food drive too!!

Have a ton of family fun while doing some good for the community >>

Sesame Street Kids’ Weekends and Halloween Painting at Busch Gardens | Weekends during 10/6 -10/28 from 11a - 3:30p

Celebrate Halloween with Elmo, Abby, Grover and all your favorite Sesame Street® 

friends every Saturday and Sunday during Sesame Street® Safari of Fun Kids’ Weekends. 

Show off your family costumes during each themed weekend while you trick-or-treat, enjoy 

exclusive crafts, explore through a hay bale maze and play fall-inspired activities and games 

in our newly expanded festival area. Then, join your favorite Sesame Street friends during 

a character dance party!

Find all of the themed weekends here >>

Heritage UMC Pumpkin Patch in Clearwater | 10/6 – 10/31

The Heritage’s annual Pumpkin Patch is the Student Ministry’s main fundraiser of 

the year and goes towards helping to fund their events all year long! From mission trips, 

to Bible studies and everything in between, the Pumpkin Patch is the backbone in 

helping the teenagers develop their relationship with Jesus, and setting them on a path 

that leads them forward into their futures.

You can also support them by volunteering to setup, break down, and work the Patch 

throughout the month of October.

Here's how to get your pumpkin and help the Student Ministry >>

Scarecrow Festival at the Pioneer Florida Museum in Dade City | 10/13 from 9a-5p

Build your own scarecrow, pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting, Indian Corn Maze, petting zoo,

 pony rides, face painting, bounce house, slide, barrel train rides, knockerball, rock climbing,

 live entertainment with Mr. Tommy, touch - a - truck, carnival games, great VENDORS,

 community booths with give away items (while they last) & FOOD trucks and more! 

All museum buildings open, docents in period costumes. Plenty of photo opportunities 

and our very own "live" SCARECROW Ruby Cornbread will be available for photos. 

One of the museums largest events of the year.

They even have FREE parking and planned remote parking (also free) at the 

Dade City, Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center, Courthouse, buses running (to and from)! 

Get your scarecrow on >>

Heights Fall Festival at Armature Works in Tampa | 10/13 from 11a - 8p & 10/14 from 11a-6p

The first ever Armature Works' Heights Fall Festival will feature a food drive 

benefiting Metropolitan Ministries, pumpkin patch, live music, interactive games 

and activities for the whole family, face painters and more. Attendees who donate 

5 or more non-perishable food items to the food drive will receive a voucher for a 

complimentary 81Bay beer.

More details on kicking-off of the Fall season, all while helping those less fortunate in the Tampa Bay community >>

Nightmare on Franklin Street | 10/19 - 10/31

Tampa’s most historic – and most haunted – majestic movie palace presents 

13 nights of petrifying programming on Oct. 19-31 for everyone from hard-core 

horror fans to the gentlest ghosts & goblins, including classic horror movies, 

family-friendly Halloween films, Ghosts of Tampa Theatre tours, special guests, 

an evening of live storytelling, and a special presentation ofThe Rocky Horror 

Picture Show

Experience Halloween the Tampa way  >>

We Rock the Spectrum 4th Annual Halloween Bash | 10/20 from 10a - 12p

We Rock the Spectrum Clearwater is hosting a Halloween Party! The cost is $12 per child. 

Wear your costume and join them for games, crafts, treats and fun. As always, they welcome 

friends with all abilities to join in!

Join We Rock the Spectrum for a Halloween Bash >>

Boo n' Brew at WestShore Plaza | 10/20 from 2p - 7p

Looking for a Halloween event that is both kiddo & adult friendly? Visit WestShore Plaza for our Boo ‘n Brew Fall Festival!

Enjoy the (finally) cooler Fall air and ring in the Fall Season! Grab your friends, family, fall boots or favorite costume and join us for local brews, music, games, fall-themed food, costume contests & kids activities like bounce houses, face painting and more!

Check out this Brew-tacular event >>

City of Oldsmar's Haunted Happenings | 10/26 from 6p -9p

The City of Oldsmar is once again partnering with Empower Adventures Tampa 

Bay to offer a Spooktacular Family Event - Halloween Happenings!Join us on Friday, 

October 26 at the Mobbly Bayou Environmental Education Center, located at 

423 Lafayette Blvd. in Oldsmar, from 6-9 pm. Parking will be available at Bicentennial Park, 

where participants can hop on a hayride to be transported to the event. Overflow 

parking will be located at the boat ramp parking lot, located off National Orange Avenue.

The annual Costume Contest is open to children ages 12 and under; registration will 

begin at 5 pm and the Contest starts at 6 pm. Participants will be judged based on age groups 

2 & under, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12.The Spooky Walking Path will open at 7 pm and bounce houses will 

be on-site. This portion is free and open to the public. Sorry, no pets are permitted at this event.Empower Adventures Tampa Bay will be offering 'Zip & Repel' programs from 6-9 pm 

during this event for $10 per person. Age & weight restrictions are 7 years old & up and 

70 pounds minimum. Tandem opportunities are available; no costume capes will be 

permitted. For more information on this program, contact Oldsmar Leisure 

Services at 813-749-1152.

Participate in Halloween Happenings here >>

7th Annual Fantasma Fest-Little Monsters Pumpkin Patch  in Centro Ybor | 10/27 from 11a - 3p

The 7th Annual Fantasma Fest-Little Monster’s Promenade & Pumpkin Patch is 

where kids enjoy face painting, choose from over 2000 FREE pumpkins to decorate 

and show off their costumes by trick-or-treating down historic 7th Avenue with Ybor 

City merchants. 

Centro Ybor's place to be pre-Halloween with your Little Monster(s) >>

3rd Annual “Riverwalk Trick or Treat” | 10/27 from 4p - 7p

The 3rd Annual Riverwalk Trick or Treat event will take place on October 27, 2018 from 

4-7pm on the Tampa Riverwalk. Kids in costume along with their families are invited to 

Trick or Treat along the entire Riverwalk as part of this FREE community event. 

At the conclusion of the event, there will be a free family-friendly Halloween movie in 

Water Works park hosted by Friends of Tampa Recreation.

Trick or Treat along the Hillsborough River >>

An Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel | 10/27 from 7p -10p

See the Museum in moonlight as you’ve never seen it before and hear creepy tales 

from days long past.  Learn about spirit photography and create your own haunting 

image.  Victorian mourning and funeral customs come to life as eerie entities roam the 

halls.  Period lighting and candles set the stage for true stories of death, homesick 

soldiers, and poisons.  Lantern light will flicker off the walls as visitors travel to the 

brink of a shadow world.

An Eerie Evening at the Tampa Bay Hotel is a rare opportunity to visit the Museum after dark >>

Guppyween at The Florida Aquarium | 10/27 - 10/28 from 1p - 5p

Guppyween is the one time of year they lets wild animals, ghosts and 

princesses roam The Florida Aquarium! At this year's Guppyween there'll be

candy stations throughout the Aquarium, a Halloween-themed scavenger hunt, 

underwater pumpkin carving with Aquarium divers and more!

Celebrate Guppyween by purchasing tickets here >>

Sensory Guppyween | 10/28 from 8:30a - 9:30a

A special Guppyween for families and children with sensory differences to 

trick-or-treat throughout the Aquarium in a low stress environment and includes 

a meet-and-greet opportunity with Tango, the Aquarium's sea turtle mascot.

Doors will open at 8 AM for Sensory Guppyween guests only, with lights and 

sounds adapted for individuals with sensory differences and their families. 

The kids' outdoor play area will be open. Once Sensory Guppyween ends 

at 9:30 AM and the Aquarium opens for normal business hours, guests are 

welcome to continue exploring (headphones are available at the Aquarium's 

Guest Services).

Trick-or-treat in a Sensory safe environment for your kids >>

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