Halloween Events:

FAMILY

 

Through Oct. 31

Trick or treat bags available

Homer Police Department

Stop before Halloween to pick yours up; stop by on Halloween for candy.

 

Oct. 25

5-8 p.m.

Halloween Carnival

Chapman School, Anchor Point

Costume contest 6:30 p.m.

 

Oct. 25

5-6 p.m. for younger children and the easily frightened

7-10 p.m. for children 13 and older and adults

Haunted Hickory

USCGC Hickory, Coast Guard Pier on the Pioneer Dock

Admission is two nonperishable food items to be donated to
Homer Community Food Pantry; vessel is not ADA compliant;
dress for the weather.

 

Oct. 26-31

Annual Halloween
photo contest

Best Western Bidarka Inn —
Otter Room

 

Oct. 26

1:30 p.m.

Halloween party

Timeless Toys

 

Oct. 26

4 p.m. Alaska

Hub Network’s first annual Halloween Bash

  

Oct. 26

4-7 p.m.

Fall Carnival

McNeil Canyon Elementary School

Haunted house; games; concessions; families from entire Homer-Anchor Point area are invited. 

 

Oct. 26

5-9 p.m.

Kachemak Bay Celtic Club’s Halloween Traditions Old and New

Alice’s Champagne Palace

Games; prizes; adult costume contest, $50 cash prize; kids’ costume contest with winners selected by crowd; bring a decorated or carved pumpkin to enter into contest.

 

Oct. 29

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sprout’s annual costume party for ages birth-kindergarten

Homer Elks Lodge

 

Oct. 29

5 p.m.

Pumpkin carving contest

Bay Realty

 

Oct. 30

10-11 a.m.

Story hour (preschool)

Homer Public Library

 

Oct. 31

11:30 a.m.-noon

Halloween-themed
storytime (ages birth-2)

Homer Public Library

 

Oct. 31

12:30 p.m.

Halloween Parade

Paul Banks Elementary School

Frightening and-or bloody costumes, masks and weapons are not allowed.

 

Oct. 31

2-5 p.m.

Healthy Dose of Halloween Fun” Trick or Treat Fun House (ages 7 and younger)

South Peninsula Hospital Pediatric Therapy Gym

 

Oct. 31

4-6 p.m.

Trick or treat

Pratt Museum Homestead Cabin

 

Oct. 31

4-8 p.m.

Trick or treat

SPH Long Term Care Unit

 

Oct. 31

5-7:30 p.m.

Haunted Inn

Driftwood Inn

 

Oct. 31

5-7:30 p.m.

Costume contest, prizes, kids in costume eat free (one child per adult entree)

AJ’s Oldtown Steakhouse

 

Oct. 31

5-8 p.m.

Trick or treating

Homer Public Library

Goodies for the little ones while parents check out the new music section, find a book or select a movie to take home.

 

Oct. 31

5-8 p.m.

“Halloween One-Ways,”
  

Oct. 31

6 p.m.

“Young Frankenstein”

Homer Theatre

Door prizes, goodies for the kids; time for trick-or-treating before and after the show; general admission $8, discount $6.

 

Oct. 31

6-7 p.m.

Trick or treating

Lobby of The Terrace, Homer Senior Citizens, Inc.

 

Nov. 1

7:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Great Candy Exchange, sponsored by South Peninsula Hospital

Rotary Health Fair, Homer High School

For ages 10 and under. Weigh and trade Halloween candy for prizes at the Pediatric Therapy booth; candy collected will be sent in care packages to U.S. troops overseas.

 

Halloween Events: 

ADULTS

Oct. 24

6-9 p.m.

Masquerade dinner-dance

Dining room, Homer Senior Citizens Inc.

SOLD OUT

 

Oct. 26

Halloween party

Down East Saloon

Free finger foods all day; music by Trobadour North beginning at 9 p.m.; costume judging with $300 prize at 11:30 p.m.

 

Oct. 26

10 p.m.

Lazer show

Alibi

 

Oct. 27

10 p.m.

Decorating and costume party

Alibi

 

Oct. 30

9 p.m.

Halloween decorating party

Kharacters

 

Oct. 30

10 p.m

Halloween-themed karaoke

Alibi

 

Oct. 31

“Who Gives a Who”
Dr Seuss-themed
Halloween bash

Kharacters

Music by Holy Santos Gang beginning at 10 p.m.; costume judging with $300 cash prize.

 

Oct. 31

10 p.m.

DJ Spencer dance music

Alibi

 

Nov. 1

10 p.m.

Official Halloween bash

Alibi

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