If you read our posts yesterday, you probably saw a post entitled Early Halloween fun roundup, part one. If you didn’t or would just like a refresher, click here to read that post. Once you’re through with that, continue on to read the second half of that post. This is part two of the list, including more special Halloween events going on prior to Thursday, October 31 and more haunted house discount information. As before, thank you to Do317 for some of the tips on this list. Without further ado, the roundup continues below:
Pinocchio’s Spooktacular – Pinocchio’s Original Italian Ice Cream in Greenwood is holding an annual Halloween Spooktacular during business hours (11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) on Saturday, October 26. You can enjoy face painting, and special treats. You can register to win an Xbox 360 Bundle and other prizes, and children who come in Halloween costumes will receive a FREE topping for their ice cream.
Royal Pin Monster Bash – All four Royal Pin bowling centers are hosting their own Monster Bashes on Saturday, October 26. Expo Bowl, Western Bowl, and Woodland Bowl are all hosting their parties from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., while Southern Bowl hosts its from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The parties include cosmic bowling and Halloween surprises. Wear a costume, and you could win prizes. Also, if you visit the Royal Pin website this month, you’ll find FREE printable bowling vouchers.
Washington Township Park – The annual Ghosts and Goblins Halloween Party is FREE from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 26. The party takes place in Washington Township Park, which is located at 115 South County Road 575 East in Avon. You’re encouraged to put on your Halloween costumes and join in games, trick-or-treating on the trail, and a raffle. Also, you can register your costume from 4:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. for a Costume Contest. The Children’s Costume Contest takes place at 6:00 p.m.
Pumpkin Smash Bash – Lasting from noon to 5:00 p.m., the Pumpkin Smash Bash takes place on the Town Hall Lawn in Brownsburg on Saturday , October 26. You can build a bale, enjoy hayrides, check out the KidZone and Car Show, participate in a Costume Contest, search through the pumpkin patch, and enjoy trunk or treat. Once you’ve enjoyed all the fun activities, stick around for the Smash Bash Concert from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Latitude 39 – Latitude 39 is holding its own Halloween Party from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 26. This party costs $12 for adults and $10 for kids, and also includes a costume contest with prizes. For more information, we encourage you to call the Event Planning Department at (317) 813-6500.
Haunted Hall of Hoops – This event is a bit outside of our jurisdiction, but we know many of our Cheapsters have ties or know someone down at Indiana University in Bloomington. The annual Haunted Hall of Hoops is taking place at Assembly Hall on Sunday, October 27. The event is FREE and the games and candy portion of the event begin at 2:00 p.m. They even continue through a Cream and Crimson scrimmage. After the scrimmage, children in costume will be able to form a parade on the Assembly Hall floor and take group pictures with coaches and players.
Fright Manor – Fright Manor is located at 2909 South Meridian Street in Indianapolis. It has been open for spooky entertainment since late September. You can enjoy five haunts for just $20. You can stop by the Butcher Shop, Zombie Alley, Cousin Jed’s Revenge, and more. After all, one good scare deserves another… and another… and another…
Hanna Haunted Acres – Hanna Haunted Acres features a hayride, maze, and four distinct haunted houses. It is located at 7323 E. Hanna Avenue, and offers a variety of ticket options. The common thread through all of them is that it is cheaper to purchase tickets online. Some of the tickets are only available online, and you’ll save $2 each on every kind of ticket you can buy either online or on-site.
The Asylum House – In addition to the standard scares, The Asylum House offers a truly unique experience with Zombie Paintball. General admission is $20 per person, but get a group of at least 15 people together and your tickets are only $15 each. Also, a portion of the money raised from The Asylum House goes toward local food banks. The Asylum House is located at 3801 Madison Avenue in Indianapolis.