Looking for activities for you and your family to celebrate this Halloween season? Look no further, we have a breakdown of Halloween happenings throughout Boston.
Boston Police District E-5's 9th Annual Halloween Party: Several cartoon characters will greet children. There will be a magician, clown, jugglers, a K-9 demonstration. That's at police station at 1708 Centre St., West Roxbury. There will also be a DJ, clown, Halloween costume contest, and live entertainment at the Roche Family Community Center at the same time. Free. Friday, Oct. 26 5-8 p.m.
Halloween DJ Public Skate: This is a spooky edition of the public skate with live DJs taking requests. Costumes are encouraged, but no masks or dangling material below the knee. Jim Roche Community Ice Arena, 1275 VFW Pkwy., West Roxbury. $5 per person, $5 skate rentals. Friday, October 26, 8-9:50 p.m.
Halloween Dog Walk: There will be a Halloween Dog Walk on Sunday, October 28, at 2:30-5 p.m. at the soccer field at Millennium Park.
Happy Hour Halloween Pub Crawl: Here is another opportunity to show off that fabulous Halloween costume! PubCrawls.com is claiming to be organizing the biggest, organized PubCrawl that Boston has ever seen! So prepare to dress up, meet some new friends and visit some of the best bars in Boston. For tickets, visit www.pubcrawls.com. Friday, October 26, Saturday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 31.
PruBoo: Calling all ghosts and goblins for this family-friendly event! The Shops at the Prudential Center will be holding a Trick-or-Treat for Charity event and kids of all ages will enjoy visiting stores throughout the Center where there will be free candy, face painting, magic tricks and other spooky fun. There will also be a kids concert at 2 p.m. with Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys. Register at the Customer Service Desk. Sunday, October 28, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Price: $4 donation given to Room to Grow (includes trick or treat bag).
Beacon Hill with a Boo: For the past 25 years, this has been the most popular Boston by Foot event. The walk highlights Beacon Hill's rich history of mystery and suspense, ghosts, murders and mayhem, including the home of murdered and dismembered George Parkman, the site where the Quakers were hanged, famous men buried and many more scenes from the massacre. For more information, visit www.bostonbyfoot.org. Wednesday, October 31, 5:30 p.m. Price: $20 per person.
The Haunted Ghost Ship: Yes, there really is a ghost ship in the Boston Harbor and it is named The Freedom. The cruise sails around the dark and eerie Boston Harbor while onboard there will be dancing, singing, costume contests and more. Ages 21+. For tickets, visit ghostsandgravestones.com. October 27, 9 p.m. Online price $35.91 per person.
Community Music Center of Boston's 2nd Annual Halloween Jam: This spooky and kooky children's concert is a great way to kick-off the Halloween weekend! Kids ages 0-8 are welcome in their Halloween costumes for this musical extravaganza! Community Music Center of Boston, 34 Warren Ave. (Allen Hall), South End. Free. October 27, 2 p.m.
27th Annual Children's Halloween Costume Parade: Dress the kids in their favorite Halloween costumes for a parade that will begin at the Bunker Hill Monument to the Training Field and up Monument Ave. There will be a performance by the YAK Dance Crew at 5 p.m. before the parade begins. Glow necklaces and trick or treat bags will be provided. For all ages. For more information, call 617-791-5663.
Halloween Sing-A-Long: The 40-minute sing-a-longs will be "halloweenized" versions of popular children's songs and will include playing instruments and dancing! Bring a trick or treat bag for a special "treat." Children's Music Center of Jamaica Plain, The Brewery Complex, 284 Armory St. Cost is $10 per family (up to 3 people), additional adults/kids 1+, $5, under 1, free. Jamaicaplainmusic.com. October 28, 10 a.m. & 11 a.m.
Halloween at the Frog Pond Carousel: Boston's Frog Pond will be transformed into a spooky carnival this Halloween! Storyteller "Aunty Goose" will be on hand from Roalita's Puppets with hand puppets, comedy and music 4-5:30 p.m. Boston magician Kayla Drescher will be offered magic tricks and sweet treats 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Front Pond Freddie will be visiting throughout the evening. The little ghosts and goblins will also have the opportunity to take a ride on the legendary Spooky Carousel! Prizes will be awarded for best costumes. Carousel rides $3. Wednesday, October 31, 4-7:30 p.m.