No matter your age, there are plenty of Halloween-related events and activities in the area during the next month and a half. If you know of any others, leave them in the comments.
- Bloodview Haunted House in Broadview Heights opens this weekend. According to its website, the house is sponsored by the Broadview Heights Lions Club and all proceeds go to charity. Admission is $15, and an all-night pass is $20. It looks like it can get pretty creepy, so be warned.
- If you like your spooky thrills with fewer chills, check out the Trick or Trot 5-K run or one-mile walk on Oct. 27. The event will take place in the Brecksville Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks, and the treat here is that proceeds also go to charity: Kids in Flight and the Brecksville Kiwanis. Learn more on the Kiwanis’ website.
- According to the city’s fall bulletin, the Booville Halloween Party at Blossom Hill will take place on Oct. 28.
- And of course, Brecksville’s trick or treat times will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Halloween.
- Update, Oct. 30: Brecksville has decided to postpone trick or treat until Sunday, Nov. 4.
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