Halloween Activities In Lansing That The Whole Family Can Enjoy
Halloween is one of those holidays that people of all ages can enjoy. And this week, there are no shortages of fun activities to take part in within the Lansing area! Here is a list of places to go and things to do with the whole family.
Monday-The 7th Annual Trick or Treat on the Square. It's happening in Downtown Lansing from 5-7:30 p.m. that night. It's a family friendly event with candy, face painting, fire dancers, and stilt walkers! Plus, admission is free!
Tuesday- Halloween at Eastwood Towne Center. This event takes place between 4-6 p.m. at the Eastwood Towne Center. This all-ages-welcome event will include live music, Henna tattoos, and cider and donuts. This is also a free event!
Wednesday- The Monster Mash Family Halloween Dance. While this is not a free event (it's $5 per person), it's sure to be tons of fun! It's all going down at Crowne Plaza Lansing West from 7-9 p.m. There's going to be music, refreshments, raffles, and more! You do need to plan ahead for this one too, because there is a need to pre-register for this event. Get more info and register HERE.
Thursday- You could take the kids to Candyland Trail! The kids will have a chance to meet the Candyland characters and take part in games. The event is at the Alfreda Schmidt Community Center between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. This event also costs $5 per person.
Friday- The 6th Annual Haunted Aud Hellraiser Fundraiser. This year's Haunted Aud is themed The Hostile, and while it doesn't say what ages are recommended for this event, I would say that this kind of event is geared more towards older kids and adults, and I would proceed with caution if considering taking anyone under 15 years old. Tickets for this event are $10 and all proceeds go to aid student organizations and initiatives. The Haunted Aud goes on the 29th and 30th from 8-11 p.m. and on the 31st from 8 p.m. to midnight.
For more information on any of these events you can go HERE! I hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween!