October 17, 2010 - 4:17pm
Boo Dell at Yew Dell Gardens and The American Printing House for the Blind's mask making workshop--plenty of Halloween fun minus the shrieks and shivers.
There are plenty of bone-chilling haunted houses in full swing and a plethora of petrifying costume shops and yard decorations, but where (and how) can a family with small children celebrate the creepiest of all holidays? In the upcoming weeks before Halloween, check out the following not-so-scary...
July 29, 2012 - 7:08pm
Volunteer students put on this annual event on Oct. 25; it's open to all kids 12 and under.
Every year, volunteer students from various clubs at Jeffersontown High School put forth a collaborative effort to host their annual Halloween in the Halls event. After the school is clear from the weekday's turmoil, the once white-washed hallways are transformed into haunted passageways. Though it...
April 12, 2011 - 6:02pm
Bring the kids in full costume to the Louisville Palace on Saturday morning October 24th to celebrate Halloween early with the Louisville Orchestra at their annual Spooktacular concert.
With the Louisville Zoo's World's Largest Halloween Party, school parties, trunk or treats, and various other Halloween-related festivities around Louisville, your child will get more wear out of his or her costume this year than you ever did of your flame retardant boxed Ace Frehley outfit...
July 29, 2012 - 6:58pm
The workshop will teach altered book making with themes inspired by the Day of the Dead.
July 29, 2012 - 7:06pm
Photo gallery showing a preview of some of the decorations this year on Hillcrest Ave.
Every year neighbors on Hillcrest Ave join together in creating the city's most impressive display of Halloween decorations. The celebration has gotten so popular that the city is trying to get the neighbors to get a permit to continue. Despite concerns with the city's requests, the neighborhood's...