Walk, bike, or trolley hop down Bardstown Road this Saturday during BooFest. Special deals at shops, restaurants, and bars, costumes, and trick-or-treating, too!
If the thought of spending your Halloween glutting your gut with an unnecessary surplus of additive-filled, sugar-saturated, trick-or-treat candy scares you a bit for your health, have no fear! There are plenty of healthy Halloween alternatives offered in Louisville
Frankenstein comes to life for The Drama Studio beginning Thursday.
Go fight your fear of spiders with fun Halloween cookies at the Pie Kitchen!
Travel among the tombstones at the Cave Hill Cemetery twilight tour, hosted by Steve Wiser.
Want your Halloween to be bloodcurdling awesome? Read on to find out what the Crashers have in store for your lost soul!
Take that costume out for a test drive, folks, as the Louisville Free Public Library hosts Once Upon a Time: A Storybook Halloween tomorrow, Friday, October 19th at 6pm. Get the family gussied up and head out to the Main branch for games and goodies galore.
Bring your storybook princesses and pirates, monsters and animals to the Main Library on Friday, October 19 at 6:00pm for free family-friendly storybook Halloween event.
The time to collect candy is closing in – embrace a little of the dark side a little early as master storyteller and author, Thomas Freese, brings his latest book, ‘Shaker Spirits, Shaker Ghosts’, to children’s storytime at A Reader’s Corner this Saturday, October 13th, at 11am.
It's that time of year again, when we all happily welcome those who want to creep us out.
Fear Fair had to temporarily close down their haunted attraction for a heart attack victim amidst record breaking attendance. It is still one of the best haunts in a three hour radius.
Georgetown Drive-in presents its annual Drive-in of Terror.