Is your costume ready? It’s Halloween weekend in Madison and the Ghouls will be out for fun. There are lots of Halloween events happening this weekend.
Goblins Take Over Downtown Middleton
It’s Downtown Middleton Business Association’s Trick or Treat event, Friday October 31st 11 to 3pm. Businesses with an orange pumpkin face on their front doors will be participation. There are over 44 business involved in this year’s event so that means “Candy”. It should be a good time for all the little Goblins.
Downtown Middleton Friday October 31st 11 to 3pm
It’s a Party, a Halloween Party!
Prairie Unitarian Society is hosting a Halloween party Friday October 31st at 5pm. It’s a kids party with games, goodie bags, apple cider and lots of fun.
Prairie Unitarian 2010 Whenona Dr. Madison Friday October 31st 5 to 7pm.
Beware of the Daleks
It’s Doctor Who-lloween this Friday October 31st at West side Barnes & Noble. There will be Dr. Who trivia, fun and a costume contest! The person dressed in the best Doctor Who themed costume will win a special prize. Tom Baker the forth Doctor is my personal favorite along with K-9. Get your Dr Who on and stop by.
Barnes & Noble 7433 Mineral Point Rd Madison Friday October 31st 7pm.
Want to Know More About Owls?
UW Arboretum is holding “All About Owls” this Saturday November 1st. What a wonderful way to learn about these beautiful birds from an Arboretum naturalist & owl expert. Learn about the tiny Saw-Whet to the enormous Great Grey. It will be a fascination time!
UW Arboretum Visitor Center 1207 Seminole Hwy Madison Saturday November 1st 1pm Cost $13.50
Leverage Your Candy Assets
It’s Meriter’s Halloween Candy Trade-In Party Saturday November 1st. Trade in your extra candy for fun, healthy treats and prizes. All candy collected will be sent to U.S Troops through Operation Gratitude. It’s a great way to show your support for our troops and help keep their spirits up with pure SUGAR.
Meriter West Washington Clinic 345 W Washington Downtown Saturday November 1st
Bacon Has its own Festival
Alliant Energy Center is hosting Madison Bacon Festival this Saturday November 1st 10 to 5. The event offers bacon-lovers an opportunity to explore their sizzling obsessions in a creative and celebratory environment. It’s a uniquely quirky celebration will provide participants with Wisconsin’s largest bacon showcase, bacon lectures, bacon-inspired dishes, bacon competitions, an annual bacon queen contest, live entertainment and bacon fellowship. Wear your loose pants with a belt because it’s bacon time!
Alliant Energy Center 1919 Energy Center Way Madison Saturday October 1st 10 to 5
Pie is a Wonderful Thing
It’s Pie Palooza this Sunday November 2nd 9:30 to 12:30. This brunch features fruit pies, cream pies, quiches, tarts, turnovers, and other forms of sweet and savory pies, baked by your favorite local bakeries and restaurants and all featuring local farm-grown ingredients. Each ticket receives a choice of two slices from the pie buffet, plus a farm-fresh salad and delicious beverages for $20. What a great opportunity to enjoy pie.
Goodman Community Center 149 Waubesa St Sunday October 2nd 9:30 to 12:30
Lost City Within Madison
Come see a dream that didn’t come true. UW Arboretum walk “Tour of the Lost City” happening this Sunday November 2nd starting a 1pm. Learn about one of Madison’s most exciting housing developments that had to be abandoned due to nature’s power to return land back into Swamp. The Arboretum was born out of the ashes and has become a beloved Madison landmark. Learn how the Venice of the Midwest was planned, started and failed. Walk the paths that are usually off limits and discover what’s left of the lost city.
UW Arboretum Visitor Center 1207 Seminole Hwy Madison Sunday November 2nd 1pm.
What a weekend full of fun.
For a full list of events happing this weekend check out The Guide