Cheers to a haunted weekend in Howard County! Enjoy our haunted ghost tours, costume parades, haunted houses, and much more. There is so many spooky things the family can experience this weekend, so why not get out and make some memories! #explorehocomd
EC Ghost Tours
We double dare you to walk the streets and learn more about the past inhabitants of this historic milltown — one of the oldest and most haunted locales in America! The lady in white of Tonge Row, the Civil War soldier who stalks the lower end of Main Street, and the vigilant firefighter of Station 2 invite you to hear their stories during our frightfully fun ghost tours.
Historic Savage Mill Ghost Tours
Discover the Mill’s haunted history, where restless spirits continue to roam the halls!
Halloween Costume Parades - Clark Elioak Farm
Oct. 27-28 11:00am - 2:00pm
Rides, Pumpkin Patch, Enchanted Pine Tree Forest Maze, find gemstones & minerals at our flume. Food vendors, pumpkins, local cider
Fall Family Fun - Mary’s Land Farm
Friday 26th 1-5, Saturday 27th 10-5, Sunday 28th 12-5
Pumpkins, hayrides, scarecrows, animals, and farm store. Free hayride with purchase of pumpkin.
Trunk or Treat - Harvester Baptist Church
Oct 27 10:00am - 12:00pm
Free and open to public, age 12 and under. Games, snacks, prize drawing, and trunk or treating
Saturday Night Un-live - Robinson Nature Center
Oct. 27 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM Age 21+, $35 per person
If you're an adult and love Halloween, join us for a night of laughter and oddities you won't forget. Have a close-encounter with cryptozoological creatures like the Jackalope and Feejee mermaid courtesy of rogue taxidermist and collector, Brian Goodman. Enjoy improv comedy by the Baltimore Improv group (BIG), roving live animal presentations and a self-guided night hike to search for Halloween treats along the trails. Dress in costume (or not) and inspire the night's laughs. Food and drinks available for purchase on-site. You must bring photo ID to purchase alcoholic beverages. Buy your tickets early for pre-sale pricing.
Haunted House : Witch Hunt - Patapsco Female Institute
Oct. 26 & 27 7:00pm - 10:00pm $10 at door.
You’ve heard the stories, maybe even seen some strange picture.Beware the witches who call Old Ellicott City their home for they are on the hunt one weekend only.
Live the experience as legends come alive this fall at ruins of the Patapsco Female Institute.
Biketoberfest - Howard County Living Heritage Museum
Oct 28 7:30am $29.
Non participants can watch the race from the Oktoberfest Biergarten. German food and beer will be available for purchase.
Roots Market Fall Festival - Roots Market, Clarksville
Oct. 27 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Trick or treating, Costume contest for kids and pets. Vegan food and drink tastings
The Haunted Experience - Rockburn Branch Park
Oct 27. 7:00pm-10:00pm
Fright and fun awaits you...an ink black night sets the stage for a spooky hayride through the eerie trails to a ghostly dwelling deep in the woods. Awaiting you there are haunting tales of ghosts, goblins, and horror that will tingle the spine! Co-sponsored by the Elkridge Adult Athletic Association. Inclement weather info : 410-313-4451. $10 a person, children under 7 free.
Monster Mash Mystery Dinner Theatre - Kelsey’s Restaurant
Oct 28 4:30pm - 9:00pm
$65 per guest. 3 course seasonal dinner and show, costumes encouraged. Prizes included for Best Costume and Most Spirited Table.
Music at the Museum Hawl-o-Ween - Museum of Hoco History
Oct. 27 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Tickets are $12 in advance $15 @ door if event is not sold out. Live music by Eli August and Friends. Doors open at 6:30. Cash Bar
Dreamer of Dreams : Beethoven to Bartok - HCC Concert Series Horowitz Center
Oct. 27 7:30pm-9:30pm
How did classical music move from Beethoven’s genius to Bartok's groundbreaking work in ethnomusicology? We invite you to come and explore this transformation with us.
Artist's Gallery Presents " Real & Imagined"
Artists’ Gallery presents “Real and Imagined”: water colors by Joyce Bell.
Wine Bin Movie Night : IT! - Wine Bin
Oct. 27 8:00pm
The parking lot closes to cars 1.5 hours before showtime. Chair setup is allowed after that point. The Wine Bin offers beer and wine tastings before the movie. Popcorn available.
Return of the Mad Tea Party - Elkridge Furnace Inn
Oct. 28 12:00pm - 3:00pm
$42.50 per person all inclusive. Readings from ‘Alice’, deluxe tea service, and a costume contest. Pre-payment required for event.Tickets available at : https://elkridgefurnaceinn.com/special-events-inn/
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