Buttonwood Esplanade Zoo Programs: 425 Hawthorn St., New Bedford. (508) 991-4556, ext. 19; bpzoo.org. Baby Boo at the Zoo: Costume contest, Halloween array and beastly encounters. 10 a.m.-noon. Boo at the Zoo: Spooky Safari Express alternation ride through the zoo, apparitional carousel rides, hay maze, awful awesome creatures in the “Land of the Misunderstood,” fabulous world, bonbon action stations (bring your own ambush or action bags). 6-9 p.m. Sun. $15, accouchement $12; zoo assembly $10, $7. Rides included in zoo admission.
Confreda Alarming Acres: Confreda Greenhouses and Farms, 2150 Scituate Ave., Cranston (Hope). 827-5000; scaryacresri.com. Apparitional hayride aboard a broken wagon forth a apparitional aisle breadth zombies and werewolves are lurking; a apparitional blah maze, and a “Fun Abode of Fears.” Sun 7-10 p.m. $20 (sold from aphotic to 10 pm; allure closes at midnight), VIP Acceleration Canyon $30 (no cat-and-mouse in line). Accouchement 15 and adolescent charge be accompanied by adult. No costumes; no flip-flops, sandals, aerial heels; no metal objects.
Factory of Terror: 3 Bridal Ave., West Warwick. factoryofterror.com. Featuring Ghost Cemetery at Centerville Falls, Psycho Alley, Dracula’s Hideaway, Blackout and Asylum of Screaming Souls. Fri 7-11 p.m., Sat 6:30-10:30 p.m., Sun-Mon 7-11 p.m At the door: $22, accouchement 10 and adolescent $20, developed or adolescent VIP (skip the line) $39.99. Online: $20, $18.99 (if you like and allotment on Facebook), accouchement 10 and adolescent $14.99, adult or adolescent VIP (skip the line) $34.99.
Factory of Terror: Pearl and Spring streets, Abatement River. factoryofterror.com. Featuring Bloodworth Dungeon, 4D Blackout, Phobia Mayhem. Oct. Thu, Sat 6:30-10 p.m.; Fri 7-11 p.m.; Sun-Mon 7-11 p.m. At the door: $22, accouchement 10 and adolescent $20, VIP (skip the line) $39.99. Online: $20; $18.99 Oct. (if you like and allotment on Facebook); accouchement 10 and adolescent $14.99, developed or adolescent VIP (skip the line) $34.99.
Fear Town: located in the dupe aloof off Seekonk Speedway, 1710 Abatement River Ave., Seekonk. (508) 296-0661; fear-town.com. Indoor/outdoor apparitional allure abysmal in the dupe at Seekonk Speedway takes guests on a adventure in and out of the abandoned barrio that accept been hidden for decades with monsters advancing out from all angles forth the abounding trail. Alternate apparitional abode not recommended for accouchement beneath 12. Requires walking on asperous ground. Able cossack is required. Fri-Sat 7-11 p.m., Sun 7-11 p.m., Tue 7-10 p.m. $16, acceleration canyon $26.
Field of Screams: Big John Leyden’s Tree Farm, 179 Plain Meeting Abode Rd., West Greenwich. 397-2600; hauntedhayride.net. Featuring Dungeon of Doom, Dead River Apparitional Hayride and 4-D Cirque Du Souls. Zombie Paintball, interactive allure with participants boarding a five-ton aggressive barter to coursing alive zombies. Thu 6:30-9 p.m.; Fri-Mon 6:30-10 p.m. $20 for Field of Screams; $20 for Zombie Paint Ball; $40 admixture ticket.
Fortress of Nightmares, Fort Adams State Park, 90 Fort Adams Drive, Newport. 841-2400; fortadams.org. Tunnels of Terror, Mayhem 3D, Abstruse and Turned! A Zombie Acquaintance (laser tag). Fri-Sun 7-10 p.m. $15 includes Tunnels of Terror, Mayhem 3D and Paranormal; Turned! laser tag tickets, $5, are purchased separately.
Friends of North Burial Arena Apparition Walk: North Burial Ground, Providence. http://www.sna.providence.ri.us/meet-the-north-burial-grounds-ghosts/. Theatrical/historical lantern-lit tours leave amid 4:30 and 4:45 p.m,. abandonment every 10 account or so with the aftermost bout abrogation amid 5:45 and 6 p.m. Bout adviser leads participants from grave to grave at aphotic cogent belief of the lives (some long, some short) and deaths (some natural, some violent) of a cardinal of cemetery residents. Bout content/themes aimed at developed audiences. Abrasion your Halloween costumes. Those who ambition to admission the apparel challenge should admission at 4 p.m. Abrasion adequate walking shoes and accompany flashlight. Children’s games/activities available; ablaze Halloween candy served. Sat 4-7 p.m. Rain date Sun.
Halloween Concert: Amber University, Pembroke Hall, Allowance 305, 172 Meeting St., Providence. brown.edu.Pianist Benjamin Nacar performs chilling and not-so-spooky works by J.S. Bach , Busoni, Chopin and Ravel. Mon 12:30 p.m.
Halloween Concerts: Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Ave., Providence. 456-8144; ric.edu/pfa. Fri: Halloween Collage Concert, Roberts Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. $10; chargeless if you abrasion a costume. All performers will be in costume. Sun: Halowe’en Ancestors Concert, Sapinsley Hall Featuring pianists Judith Lynn Stillman and Rorianne Schrade. $10; chargeless for those who appear in costume. Audience assembly acceptable to accompany a apparel parade.
Halloween Apparel Party: Escobar Farm, 255 Average Rd., Portsmouth. 864-1064; escobarfarm.com. Games, scarecrow-making and crafts, trick-or-treating in the blah maze. Sat 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Rain date: Sun. Chargeless with acceptance ($8, accouchement 5-11 $6, accouchement 3 and adolescent $6).
Halloween Festival – Fright Night in the Park: Slater Park, Armistice Boulevard, Pawtucket. 728-0500. Featuring The Apparitional Tunnel at Daggett Farm, an alternate “terror” bout Fri-Sat 6:30-8:30 p.m.; $8 (not recommended for accouchement 12 years or younger). Pumpkins in the Park, festivities for adolescent children, includes a jack-o’-lantern display, a witch’s abode and funny face houses, and is amid beyond from the park’s carousel beneath the the new pavilion, Fri-Sat 6:30-9 p.m. (carousel accessible and paddle boats accessible until 8 p.m. during these events); $4, preschool age free. Challenge are acclimate dependent; see Facebook’s Slater Esplanade Apparitional Tunnel.
Halloween Party: St. Ann’s Arts & Cultural Center, 84 Cumberland St., Woonsocket. 356-0713; stannartsandculturalcenter.org. Buffet, dancing, apparel contest, aperture prizes, backward night snacks. Sat 6 p.m.-midnight. $20.
Halloween Treat: Save The Bay’s Analysis Centermost and Aquarium, Easton’s Beach Rotunda, 175 Memorial Blvd., Newport. Chargeless acceptance for those who appear in costume. Fri-Sun 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $8, chief $7.
Haunted Hill, 4092 Diamond Hill Rd., Cumberland. 334-9996, 744-6668, (508) 298-8654; hauntedhill.net. Haunted abounding aisle with analgesic scarecrows, cine killers and monsters all apart in the average of the woods. Midnight Massacre, block party, raffle, giveaways, accommodated and accost and photo ops with characters. Mon 8 p.m.-midnight, $15, acceleration canyon $25.
Haunted Labyrinth: Rejoice in Hope Adolescence Center, 804 Dyer Ave., Cranston. 943-8686; hauntedlabyrinth.com. Theme: Camp of No Return, a bewilderment of alarm with a abruptness about every corner. Sun-Mon 7-10:30 p.m. $12 (coupons on website). Indoor waiting.
Haunted Whale Ship: New Bedford Behemothic Museum, 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford. whalingmuseum.org. Analyze the whaleship Lagoda, accommodated ghosts from New Bedford’s abyssal accomplished throughout the building and acquisition your way through a mad behemothic captain’s lair. Appear in apparel and accompany the apparel parade. Not-too-scary fun includes arts, crafts, refreshments. Sat 5:30-8 p.m. $5, accouchement 12 and adolescent free. Tickets online or at the door.
Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular: Roger Williams Esplanade Zoo, 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence. 785-3510; rwpzoo.org. “The People’s Choice” appearance capacity the accessible abnormally enjoyed throughout show’s 27 years. The affectation of 5,000 aflame jack-o’-lanterns characterize scenes including the Phantom of the Opera, the Golden Age of Hollywood and added cultural and celebrated highlights such at Charles Darwin’s cruise to the Galapagos Island complete with “active” volcanoes and the 50th ceremony of “The Sound of Music.” adolescence favorites, Halloween scenes and the Laughing Tree for the admirable afterpiece will be aback this year. The backdrop will be added with ablaze and angel projections. Thu-Sun, Mon-Tue 6-11 p.m., with aftermost acceptance at 10 p.m.; Sat 6 p.m.-midnight, with aftermost acceptance at 11 p.m. Mon-Tue $14, 62 $11, accouchement 3-12 $11; Fri-Sun $16, 62 $14, accouchement 3-12 $13; ages 2 and adolescent free. Hot commons available.
Kidgits Boo Bash: Emerald Square Mall, Sears Court, 999 South Washington St., North Attleboro. (508) 699-4100. Chilling crafts, apparitional activities, Halloween photo booth, moon bounce, apparel contest, Halloween treats. Accouchement arrive to abrasion their spookiest apparel and assurance up to be a Kidgits member. Sat 1-4 p.m.
KidInfo Chilling Storytime and Apparitional Art in the Park: Burnside Park, 2 Kennedy Plaza, Providence. provparksconservancy.org. Family-friendly, not-so-scary daytime advantage featuring spooky, funny belief and abatement fun. Guest authors, illustrators and performers will apprehend and accomplish their own works. Halloween ball affair and apparel parade, hay bales to climb, mini pumpkins to decorate, apples from bounded farmers. Sat 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Lanterns & Legends Tours: Presented by the Pettaquamscutt Historical Society, Old Washington County Jail, 2636 Kingstown Rd., Kingston. 783-1328; washingtoncountyhistory.org. Fri-Sat 7, 8 p.m.; Mon 7, 8, 9 p.m. $15, acceptance with accurate ID/children 5 and earlier with an developed $10; lanterns may be purchased with a acceptance for an added $7; clandestine tours accessible for groups of up to 10 bodies with beforehand reservations. Tickets/lanterns can be purchased through the PHS website, pettaquamscutt.org or by calling or endlessly in at the bastille the day above-mentioned to bout day.
“The Macabre – Tales of Abhorrence and Fright”: The Collaborative, The Collaborative Gallery, 498 Main St., Warren. thecollaborative02885.org. Aphotic action and alarming belief told by three bounded writers and host Guy Benoit, a filmmaker and screenwriter. Sat 8-10 p.m. Free.
Midnight Halloween Concert: Amber University, Sayles Hall, 81 Waterman St., Providence. Presented by organist Mark Steinbach. Mon 11:59 p.m. Free. Appear in costume.
Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orra: McVinney Auditorium, 43 Dave Gavitt Way, Providence. 274-4578; nabsco.org. “Musique Fantastique,” addictive affairs with agreeable witches, ghosts and goblins ambuscade in aphotic and black places. Works by Mussorgsky, Bach-Stokowski and Berlioz. Benjamin Vickers conducting. Sun 3 p.m. $15, seniors/students $5, accouchement 11 and adolescent free. Apparel welcome. Non-perishable aliment items for the Rhode Island Community Aliment Bank appreciated.
“Nautical Nightmare – Tales of Alarm – An Evening with Poe”: Mystic Seaport, 75 Greenmanville Ave., Mystic, Conn. (860) 572-5331; mysticseaport.org. Dramatic analysis of apparition tales, legends and baffling mysteries of canicule gone by. Performance incorporates capacity and $.25 from Poe’s works to braid a account of eeriness and abhorrence as visitors accompany “Mr. Poe” as he progresses through scenes about the building grounds. Fri-Sat 6 p.m. abrogation every 15 minutes. $25, adolescence 12-17 $20. Not recommended for ages 11 and younger. Visitors will be walking outdoors forth clay and bean paths and are encouraged to abrasion adapted footwear.
Pipescreams on the Point: Zabriskie Memorial Church of St. John the Evangelist, 61 Poplar St., Newport. 848-2561; saintjohns-newport.org. Family-friendly Halloween agency account with absurd overtones. Organists Peter Berton and Cody Mead with guests from the Choir School of Newport County singing “Double Trouble” from the third Harry Potter movie, chilling minor-key music; video mayhem; Lionel electric alternation that runs through the organ. $5; ancestors best $15. Benefits Episcopal charities, supporters of the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Centermost and added Newport causes. Sat 6:30 p.m. Apparel welcome.
Providence Children’s Building Halloween Programs: 100 South St., Providence. 273-5437; childrenmuseum.org. Activities chargeless with building acceptance ($9, babies adolescent than 12 months accepted free). Spooky Studio. Children can dress up, actualize chilling creatures and accept alarming fun in Discovery Studio, the museum’s hands-on art and science analysis space. Thu 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Toddler Try-It Chilling Painting. Ages 18 months-3 years use absolute accoutrement and use Halloween colors to accomplish their own chilling paintings. Fri 10 a.m.-noon. Awful Critters. Accouchement can abrasion their apparel and accommodated some prickly, bearded but not too alarming critters including snakes and apprentice facts about them from beastly able Dave Marchetti of Beastly Experience. Sat noon-2 p.m. Boo Bash; children appear in apparel and comedy adorable games, participate in artistic arts and “witch crafts,” analyze an awesome ambiance and mix it up in the mad scientist’s laboratory. Sun 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Providence Apparition Tour: providenceghosttour.com. Guided, lantern-led bout through the blurred streets of the celebrated East Side, with amazing stories. Accommodated bout adviser at Prospect Terrace Park, 60 Congdon St., Providence. Nightly at 7 p.m. (be prompt; tours leave on time). Plus Nov. 1, 6-7, 13-14 at 7 p.m. $18 online, $20 banknote accident day.
Pumpkins Aglow: Edaville USA, 5 Pine St., Carver, Mass. 508-866-8190; edaville.com. Visitors can airing through a garden of amaranthine carved jack-o’-lanterns accompanied by atmospheric music and able lighting, ride the alternation and action rides and bless Halloween. Apparel encouraged. Accouchement in apparel can trick-or-treat at distinctively apparent stations throughout the park. Sun 6-10 p.m. $29, 60 $26, beneath 2 free. Includes all esplanade rides and attractions.
Roger Williams Esplanade Zoo Programs: 1000 Elmwood Ave., Providence. 785-3510; rwpzoo.org. Chilling Zoo: Outdoor autumn ancestors activities including trick-or-treating on the Action Aisle by the red wolf exhibit, attic treats for the animals, awful awesome beastly encounters, amateur area, adrift costumed characters (bring camera). Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Marvin the Magician and albatross attic barge (2:30 p.m.) Sun. Activities are chargeless with zoo admission. Accouchement 3-12 dressed in apparel accepted for bisected price. Family Overnight: Family acquaintance complete with jack-o’-lanterns, flashlights, goosebumps and awful awesome creatures like bats, spiders, snakes and wolves. Mon 6:30 p.m.-10 a.m. $130 per parent/child pair; anniversary added adolescent $65. Beforehand allotment required.
Slater Mill Programs: 67 Roosevelt Ave., Pawtucket. 725-8638, ext. 100; slatermill.org. Mills and Mysteries — Abstruse Investigations. Paranormal investigator Carl L. Johnson, his accompanying brother, Keith E. Johnson, and their assembly present an analysis of Slater Mill’s celebrated structures afterwards dark. Thu-Fri 7:30 pm. $20. For ages 15 and older. Lecture and EVP Analysis with Tom D’Agostino, columnist of “Rhode Island’s Apparitional Ramtail Factory.” Sat 8-11 p.m. $28.
“Slightly Chilling But Not Too Alarming Stories”: Artists’ Exchange, 50 Rolfe Square, Cranston. 490-9475; artists-exchange.org. Presented by storytellers Anne Marie Forer and Cindy Killavey. Sat 11 a.m. Pay-what-you-can admission; $5 appropriate donation.
Spooktacular Saturday: Zeiterion Theatre, 684 Purchase St,. New Bedford. (508) 994-994-2900; zeiterion.org. Film screenings. “Paranorman” at 1 p.m. and “Beetlejuice” at 3 p.m. ($10 for both movies); John Barrymore in “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” bashful cine archetypal with alive Wurlitzer agency accompaniment, 6:30 p.m. ($7.50); “The Rocky Abhorrence Picture Show” with alive shadowcast by the RKO Army, 9:30 p.m., 18 ($15). Sat, Oct. 29.
Spooktacular Surprise Pumpkin Craft: Kingston Chargeless Library, 2605 Kingstown Rd., Kingston. 783-8254; skpl.org. Stop by the library’s children’s allowance and accomplish a Halloween craft. Accompany a Ambush or Action bag on Halloween Day. Thu-Mon 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
Swim With the Pumpkins (5th annual), East Side/Mt. Hope YMCA, 438 Hope St., Providence. 521-0155. Family-friendly chilling accident appearance accessible bathe with hundreds of inflatable pumpkins. Halloween activities. Participants will booty home an inflatable or absolute pumpkin. Fri 5:30-7 p.m. Free; allotment required.
Trails to Terror: Highland Farm, 4235 Tower Hill Rd., Wakefield. 792-8188; trailstoterror.com. Delamorte’s Apparitional Hayride ($13). Forest of Fear Walkthru, a alternation of altered aphotic mazes, bizarre sets and an underground catacomb ($13). Sat-Sun 7-10 p.m. Acceptance berth opens at 6:30 pm. $20 for both attractions (about one hour) with chargeless off-site parking and shuttle account provided on busiest nights; VIP Canyon $30 (skip lines, admission to VIP lounge, chargeless refreshments). Certain discounts, upgrades, added advice accessible on website. Outdoor attraction; abrasion able cossack and clothing.
Warwick Apparition Tours: Begin in City Council Chambers, 3275 Post Rd., Warwick, breadth apparition aggregation assembly altercate their adventures in abstruse studies and action affirmation reviews or contempo investigations of City Hall and the above Kentish Artillery Armory which houses Warwick Centermost for the Arts. Demonstrations of ghost-hunting accessories and tours of City Hall, including the armpit of the above borough bastille in the basement, will follow. All tours end at the centermost breadth there will be Halloween activities for all ages, raffles and refreshments. Sat 7, 8, 9 p.m. $10, accouchement 10 and adolescent $5. Tickets charge be purchased in advance. 737-0010; warwickcfa.org.
Wickford Apple Wicked Week & 1/2: Wickford Village, North Kingstown. wickfordvillage.com. Thu: Ladies Night/Harbor Lights, 5-8 p.m. Demonstrations, refreshments, luminaries, shopping. Sat: Apparition Bout with Victoria McNally. Graveside babble about celebrated cemeteries, apparition hunting 101 and more. 1 p.m. Sun: Horribles Parade, noon. Kids of all ages arrive to advance in array which begins promptly at apex at St. Paul’s Parish Abode and ends at the Town Dock. Sun-Mon: Trick-or-Treat throughout the day at accommodating apple businesses.
— Jan Flanagan
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