How Will You Spend Halloween in Spring, Texas?October 14, 2009
It’s October and that means it is time for you to plan your Halloween in Spring Texas. Are you a trying to figure out what’s going on for Halloween in and around Spring? Well I’m here to tell that, Spring-Klein area has lot’s to offer! Whether you’re big or small, into Halloween, or are searching for an alternative, you can take your kid’s out (or yourself) and have a great time. I better warn you, Halloween in Spring will really be a weekend of incredible action so prepare yourself and make some plans now.
Need some ideas to help you prepare for Halloween in Spring? It’s not just a weekend it’s a month of Halloween events in the Spring area. See a few of these Halloween ideas below and then start planning your activities with a few Halloween events in mind.
For Family Fun all through the month, check out these great activities, Cypress United Methodist Church reprises its annual Pumpkin Patch 2009, which takes place on a daily basis beginning Sat, Oct 10, 2009 and continues until Sat, Oct 31, 2009. The Beneke Elementary to Host Fall Carnival takes place on Sat, Oct 17, 2009, and The Cynthia B. Woods Pavilion will hold its annual Houston Symphony’s Hocus Pocus Pops on Fri, Oct 23, 2009. On Sat, Oct 24, 2009, The Montgomery County YMCA will hold its annual Halloween at the YMCA. The fun continues on Halloween Weekend with the Founders Baptist Annual Fall Festival on Fri, Oct 30, 2009 and the WEE WUNS FALL FESTIVAL, on Sat, Oct 31, 2009.
For Adults looking to get in on the fun, consider Halloween in Spring at the Halloween Ball at Martini Blvd where you will have a chance to win cash prizes for the sexist, scariest, & most original costumes and enjoy the musical styling’s of Go DJ Fire. If you are into Haunted Houses, ScreamWorld Haunted House, is open until the first weekend in November.
And as always, there is trick or treating. No matter what activity you choose please use common sense and be sure to exercise these safety tips to be sure you have a safe Halloween:
- Use costumes that are bright and reflective and are flame retardent.
- Do not allow small children to trick or treat alone.
- Review safety rules, and guidelines with children before leaving home.
- Obtain flashlights with fresh batteries for all children and their escorts.
- Don’t allow kids to eat treats until a parent has check the items.
- Take a cell phone out with you.
- Don’t Drink and Drive.
- Have a designated driver or taxi cab company number in your cell phone.
- Use Common Sense.
Don’t know what you’re going to wear, check out Spirit Halloween World and Danny’s Trix & Kix for the latest costume gear.
As word comes in of all the great parties I’ll begin to post all the details right on Spring’s Community Calendar! Just make sure you check back often and stay up to date! Make sure you are prepared for a weekend of Halloween fun in Spring. Don’t forget to Create a Memory Photo Book to perserve your Halloween memories.
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