Halloween happenings are abundant in Waldorf and the surrounding counties with promises of some tricks but mostly treats to be had by all ages.
Corn Mazes are a popular and fun way to spend the day with family and friends. St. Mary’s County’s most popular corn maze is located at Bowles Farms in Clements. Each year, this family run operation chooses a new theme for their Halloween fun and this year they chose “Patuxent River Naval Air Station Celebrates 70 Years”. More information about activities, attractions, schedules and fees can be found on their website.
The 14th Annual Halloween in the Garden is being hosted by Annmarie Gardens once again this year. On October 26, between 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. the gardens invite all angels, ghosts and goblins to enjoy an afternoon of trick or treating. They will offer art activities, lunch and fun for all.
What is Halloween without at least one visit to a haunted house? Vampire Manor will provide you with all the chain-saw cutting, vampire scaring, ghost sightings your little heart can handle in one night. This is run by one of the local fire departments in cooperation with the drama departments of the local high schools.
Remember your favorite dog would like to participate in some of this Halloween fun. The Black Dog at The National Harbor is hosting a HOWL-LOWEEN PARTY on October 26th between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. for our favorite furry friends. Treats and prizes will be available.
Halloween is on a Thursday this year and schools are open on Friday, November 1st in all three Southern Maryland Counties. For more information on local Halloween happenings, click here. Please be safe but have a spooky good time!