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Halloween Fun for Everyone in Ann Arbor

Looking for fun and unique things to do to celebrate Halloween in Ann Arbor this weekend?  The Bouma Group has gathered the following eclectic listing of events occurring tomorrow and Sunday. Whether you've got kids, or you're looking for grown-up fun, pick a few, get out of the house, and enjoy Ann Arbor's beautiful foliage and cool temperatures!


Saturday and Sunday

  • 9:00pm at Goodnite Gracie102 S. First Street: Toppermost, Michigan Beatles tribute band, hosts "Halloween With The Beatles." Costumes strongly encouraged, and prizes will awarded.

 

  • 5:00pm – 8:00pm at Camp Munhacke (20120 Bartell Road): The Haunted Woods gets scarier as night goes on. Admission is $7 per person. Spook stations, ghost stories, crafts, and refreshments will be provided.



Saturday

  • 11:45am – 2:00pm at Whole Foods (3135 Washtenaw Avenue): Wear a costume and follow the Halloween Treat Trail through the store – special treats will be given away in each department. Trick or Treat bags will be provided.

 

  • 11:00am – 1:00pm at Kerrytown Market and Shops: Bring the kids to the Farmers Market and Kerrytown Market & Shops for trick or treating at vendors and the shops inside. There'll be pumpkin carving in the Farmers Market – bring your own tools. Cider and doughnuts will be offered while supplies last.

 

  • 7:00pm – 11:00pm at the Michigan Theater (603 E. Liberty Street): Independent Horror Film Festival. The evening will consist of four hours of films, contests and giveaways, all hosted by The Three Corpse Circus, a forum for horror artists and horror fans to come together and enjoy their passion for the macabre. Tickets are $17 in advance, $20 at the door. Tickets can be pre-ordered at http://www.threecorpsecircus.com/tickets/.



Sunday

  • 1:00pm – 4:00pm at the Chelsea Center for the Arts (400 Congdon Street): Halloween Party at CCAa frightfully good time will be had by all! Wear your costume, have a snack, and make your own trick-or-treat bag. Families are welcome to meet at CCA, and leave together as a trick-or-treat group.

 

  • 3:00pm at Hill Auditorium (825 N. University Avenue): Halloween Concert. An annual favorite concert, featuring the University Symphony Orchestra and the University Philharmonic Orchestra. Wear your costume – the orchestra does – or come as you are! Call the ticket office at 764-2538 for reserved seating ($12/$8).

 

  • Noon – 5:00pm at the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History (1109 Geddes Avenue): Annual Family Halloween Party. Have a Halloween that’s fun, safe – and educational! Combining entertaining activities with informal learning, the Exhibit Museum’s Family Halloween Party is one of the most popular Halloween activities in the area. Party-goers will journey through the Museum, discovering special stations and displays full of hands-on activities. Come in costume, and don’t forget your goodie bag – treats will be distributed!



Whether you spend the weekend out and about, or relaxing at home, let Martin Bouma – your Ann Arbor neighborhood expert – help you find your perfect niche. Is it time to buy or sell a home? The Bouma Group can answer all of your questions about real estate in Ann Arbor. Check out our Condo Hotline for locations downtown, and throughout the Ann Arbor condominium market. If you’re interested in Washtenaw County, Saline, or a specific Ann Arbor neighborhood, call the Bouma Group today!  




Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by Martin Bouma
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