Spooky Season Celebrations

Posted by: Shelby Miles on October 1, 2021

Attention ghouls and goblins: celebrate spooky season in the place that is more festive. These Halloween events are sure to impress.

From October 15-23, head to Bailey & Wood Mortgage Lender for Boo Bash, featuring trunk-or-treating, princesses and superheroes, a haunted house, pumpkins, a movie and a craft. The best part? It’s free.

Monster Mash is coming up on October 22 at the Greenwood Community Center. The activities include trick-or-treating, music, dancing, food and a hayride.

Support a good cause at ACC Trunk-or-Treat, a free event for individuals and families affected by autism to learn about resources and get treats.

Looking for a whole day of fun? Head to Halloween Town in Franklin for food vendors, activities, trunk-or-treating, the Pumpkins in the Park walk/run and more. Find the festivities on October 23 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

October is when scarecrows abound in Festival Country. Click here to see a map of where to find decorated scarecrows in the area during the whole month of October.

The Johnson County Public Library puts the boo in books. Don your costume and join them for a family-friendly outdoor Halloween party with games, crafts and trick-or-treating.

On October 29, downtown Edinburgh is turning into a Halloween wonderland. Enjoy trunk-or-treating, Halloween games, a costume contest, an online pet costume contest, scarecrow decorating, free food, bounce houses, apple cider, a hayride and more. They will also be collecting non-perishable food items for donation.

Join Kelsay Farms on October 30 for trick-or-treating inside their corn maze. Wear your favorite costume and receive $1 off admission.

The town of Bargersville is joining in on the spooky celebrations on October 30. Grab a costume and head to their town hall for trunk-or-treating.

Finally, Greenwood will be featuring a festive Halloween-themed parade. The course will start at Craig Park, loop through old town Greenwood, and finish back in Craig Park. Wear a costume and catch candy while you enjoy the show. Click here for more details.

If you’re looking for classic fall farm experiences like corn mazes, pumpkin patches and hayrides, click here.