Is there a better, more delicious way to say farewell to hot weather than with a Fall Festival or Halloween family outing? Here are some thrilling ways around Austin and Cedar Park to greet the season, whether you’re a grown-up or “fun-sized!”
“Halloween In the Hall” – Cedar Park City Hall
After they come home from school, dress your little ghouls and goblins in their costumes and make your way to Cedar Park City Hall for “Halloween in the Hall”, from 3 to 5pm on Tuesday, October 31st! This event offers safe and fun trick-or-treating at the City Hall Campus, located at 450 Cypress Creek Road. Plus, there’s a fire engine, police car and construction equipment for the kids to check out. Sounds like a howling good time!
Boo at the Zoo
Lions and tigers and bears – PLUS a haunted train AND a haunted house? Where do we sign up? Actually, you can get tickets for Boo at the Zoo by calling 512-288-1490 or by stopping by the Austin Zoo Gift Shop! You have two more weekends in October to parade your costume around the spooky lights and decorations. Boo in the Zoo “appears” between 6:30 and 9pm, Friday and Saturday nights in October.
Halloween Children’s Concert from Austin Symphony – AISD Performing Arts Center
It’s chills, thrills, and CULTURE for the kiddies as the Austin Symphony Orchestra presents their annual sweet treat to stimulate young eyes and ears! The entire family is invited to dress up in their favorite costumes on Sunday, October 29th. Concert times at 1PM and 4PM for double the fun!
Roger’s Plumbing wishes your family a safe, fun and Happy Halloween! And if scary plumbing problems arise, who you gonna call? Roger’s Plumbing, of course! 512-842-4544! Or make your appointment online. We’re just a few clicks away. Our Straight-Forward Pricing that lets you know the price BEFORE any work begins takes the fear out of calling an expert plumber! Roger THAT!