Halloween Event Roundup

Looking for halloween activities for your little ghosts and goblins? There’s pumpkin patches, trick or treating, trunk or treating, movies, and more! 

For additional events, visit us online at DenverNorthStar.com. If your business, church, or organization is hosting an event, email us at News@DenverNorthStar.com and we’ll add it to our list!


Friday, October 30 8-10pm

Ever wish you were Queen for a Day? Join us on Friday, October 30, from 8-10PM, with Little Man Ice Cream’s very own, Cherry Cordial, who will be hosting a VIRTUAL HOLLOW-QUEENY BINGO on ZOOM!!! We invite you and your friends or fam to throw on a wig, a crown or a costume and play with us for a bunch of SWEET prizes! It’s bound to be a spooktacular evening that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. (PLUS…You can pick up a Bingo Party Pack at any Little Man Ice Cream location for $12 that includes a pint, 4 cones, 2 toppings & Bingo Cards for the game!) 
ZOOM LINK:  https://zoom.us/j/96457564580

Little Man Ice Cream Pumpkin Patch 

Open now through 10/31

Little Man Ice Cream’s Pumpkin Patch is open for some Halloween magic! Wear your spookiest mask and stroll around the plaza with a scoop of Pumpkin Chip or Vegan Pumpkin Chai while searching for your perfect pumpkin. Our beautiful, hand-selected pumpkins come from Stahley Produce in Sterling, CO and range from $3-10. Help support our local farmers during this spooky (literally) season!

Location: Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street

Denver Bookbinding Company 3D StoryTelling and Trunk or Treat

10/18 through 10/31 5:30pm – 7pm

3D storytelling begins October 18 5:30-7pm and runs nightly through Trunk or Treat (10/31)

This is an outdoor event, with spooks and zombies taking over the second story of the bindery and displaying their antics in the large windows. Listeners can bring a blanket, chairs or stay in their cars. The storytelling and singing repeats each evening at the same time. On Halloween night, from 5:30-7p.m., local families, businesses and nonprofits are sponsoring a Trunk or Treat event. The parking lot can hold up to 40 vehicles and we will take reservations for a trunk space until we are filled. 

Location: The Denver bookbinding company, 1401 W 47th Ave in Denver

Highland United Neighbors (HUNI) Halloween “Mask”-Parade

10/31 10 – 11:30am

Bring your family and friends to join for a safely-distanced “Mask”-Parade along 32nd Avenue. Gather your trick or treaters and come to 32nd Avenue and Zuni to begin a quick journey to North High School. Invite your friends and family to watch along the sidewalk. A wonderful way to start your day!

Registration required. Visit https://www.denverhighland.org/huni-halloween-parade for more information

Location: Parade begins at 32nd Ave and Zuni

Elks Lodge Trunk or Treat

10/31 3pm – 6pm

Candy Distributed via safe & sonically distant practices, covid safe face masks required for children age 4 and up. Event is open to community

Outside in the lodge parking lot, weather permitting

Location: Elks Lodge, 2475 W 26th Ave

Alamo Drafthouse Trick or Treat Cinema and Ghouls Night Out

Jacket weather, candy corn, pumpkin spice, scary movies – the four horsemen of October have arrived. We’re delivering a spooky collection of frightening fun on the big screen with the October classic film series: GHOULS’ NIGHT OUT. These movies are a perfect selection of movies for fear fans of all ages. From timeless terror classics to the biggest supernatural comedy hits of the ’80s and ’90s, October is packed full of chills, thrills, and (on-the-screen) kills.

Please visit https://drafthouse.com/movies/trick-or-treat-cinema and https://drafthouse.com/denver/movies/ghouls-night-out for more information and showtimes.

Location: Alamo Drafthouse 4255 W. Colfax Ave

5th Annual Tennyson St Fall Fest

Halloween (10/31/20)

The 5th Annual Tennyson Street Fall Fest celebrates community in our NW Denver Berkeley neighborhood. Fun for all ages! Join us outside at Cesar Chavez Park and along Tennyson Street between 41st and 43rd Streets for a variety of activities including yoga classes in the park, local vendors and artisans, the 3rd Annual Pet Parade Costume Contest, street wide trick or treat and socially-distant mingling for friends and family. Your General Admission ticket ($5 adults, kids under 10 years old FREE) includes a complimentary beverage (ages 21+ only) from one of our amazing local breweries.

Click here for more information.

Sunnyside Halloween Extravaganza

Halloween (10/31/20)

Full day of outdoor, family-friendly fun in Sunnyside sponsored by Sunnyside United Neighbors Inc, Cherry Bean, Lilys Bath and Biscuits, Radiator Cafe and Bar, Monkey Barrel, Necio Mexican Kitchen and Denver Bookbinding!


10am-2pm: Pumpkin Carving at Cherry Bean – 4059 Tejon St Complimentary carving or drawing and photo booth.
2pm-3pm: Pet Costume Parade from Lilys Bath and Biscuits to Radiator Cafe Meet at Lilys 4051 Tejon St – Prizes for the furry kids
4pm-5pm: Kids Costume Contest at Monkey Barrel 4401 Tejon St Must be under 15yrs old. 1st Place: 32 Inch Toshiba Smart TV Fire Edition 2nd Place: Indoor Arcade 3-in-1 Basketball Game 3rd Place: A Giant 5 Pound Gummy Bear
5:30pm-7pm: Trunk or Treat at Denver Bookbinding Co – 1401 W 47th Ave Trunk decorating contest, fresh cotton candy, 3D show and storytelling 8pm-9:pm: Dia de los Muertos at Necio Mexican Kitchen – 4001 Tejon St Altar and cultural entertainment, food and drink specials Treats and Prizes for Pets and Kids Food and Drink Specials Remember to follow Covid guidance including wearing masks, stay 6ft apart and stay in groups of 10 or less per city guidance.

City COVID Recommendations

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment (DDPHE) released guidelines for keeping families safe this Halloween.

“Halloween 2020 will be unlike any other in recent history. We’re dealing with a global pandemic. And for most of us, it means uncertain times. But if we are careful, if we maintain proper social distancing, if we wear our face coverings and use sanitizer, we can maintain a little bit of our traditions and enjoy a fun evening with loved ones,” says Robert McDonald, Executive Director of DDPHE and Denver’s Public Health Administrator.

Among the recommendations from DDPHE:

  • Trick or treat with people in your household, keeping at least 6 feet from others not in your household
  • Those who are immune compromised or not feeling well should not participate.
  • Bring hand sanitizer and have children use it frequently. Remind children not to touch their faces and wash hands immediately upon returning home.
  • Wear a mask when handing out candy. Avoid having lots of little hands reaching inside a bowl. A table with spaced out treats keeps contact to a minimum. 
  • Disinfect doorbells, buzzers, and other high-touch surfaces at the end of the evening.
  • Costume masks are not a substitute for cloth face coverings unless they are made with two or more layers of breathable fabric. As a second mask may make it difficult to breathe, incorporate a face mask into the costume.
  • Keep Halloween parties outdoors and to less than 10 people. Use single serving food and drinks instead of shared bowls or buffets.
 Before trick or treating or attending a Halloween party, we strongly encourage you to visit denvergov.org/dphe to review all recommendations.      


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