Are black cats really at risk of being stolen and hurt around Halloween?
Before heading out on your own Halloween eve adventures, bring your kids out to Jeffersontown's Farmer's Market Pavilion for trick-or-treating, free food and beverages and live music.
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.
Volunteer students put on this annual event on Oct. 25; it's open to all kids 12 and under.
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.
The workshop will teach altered book making with themes inspired by the Day of the Dead.
Photo gallery showing a preview of some of the decorations this year on Hillcrest Ave.
Creep into the Halloween spirit this weekend in Louisville. A family-friendly to-do list worthy of unleashing your inner shriek.
The Stick Witch wanders the streets of Old Louisville, searching for sticks to fuel the fire which heats the cauldron containing the potion that will allow her to get revenge on those who wronged her...
At Derby Dinner Playhouse, games are fun until someone dies.
Just in time for Halloween comes a werewolf in love, an over-the top vampire, and a princess - all performed by two actors - in The Mystery of Irma Vep beginning tomorrow.
It's that time of year again... to Be Seen. Not Scared.