Indoor Options for Trick or Treating in Birmingham

It looks like the weather may not cooperate for Trick or Treating this year. If you’re looking for a place to keep your ghosts and goblins dry, check out some of these alternatives.

Harvest Festival – Boutwell Auditorium

On Thursday, October 31st, the City of Birmingham’s Mayor’s Office Division of Youth Services will host its 2013 Harvest Festival at the Boutwell Auditorium.  Harvest Festival is a safe and fun alternative to Halloween for all youth ages 2 to 10.

From 5:30pm to 8:00pm, youth of the city can visit Birmingham’s own Minion Nation!  Join Gru and the minions as we have a DYSpicably good time. There will be snacks, games, face painting, rides, prizes and much more at this fall frenzy!

This event is FREE! Youth are encouraged to wear costumes and bring candy pales or bags.  Boutwell Auditorium concession stands will be open.

Trunk or Treat Shades Mountain Independent Church
Family Friendly night of costumes, candy and carnival fun. Thursday, October 31st 4pm – 5:30pm

Crossroads Baptist Church
6p-8p inflatables, candy, chilli, etc!!! All FREE!

Emmet O’ Neal Library
Trick or Treat Around the Library – October 31st, 9am -9pm

Halloween Tricks and Treats Homewood Library
October 31st, 1pm – 7:00pm
Stop by in your costume and perform a trick for a treat!

Trick or Treat – Hoover Library
Trick or treat throughout the library on Halloween!
Thursday, October 31, 2012
9am-6 p.m.

Riverchase Galleria

More than 20 stores will have candy for kids, plus guest services and staff at the carousel will hand out candy. Kids – encouraged to wear their costumes but nothing that covers the face
10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Publix – Indoor Trick or Treating
If you know of another in-door event we can add to our list, let us know!
Happy Halloween!


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