October is a time for the ghosts, goblins and Pokemon to start running around Alaska in search of tricks and treats.

 

Tuesday, family fun expert Erin Kirkland and Cathy Janigo with Anchorage Parks and Recreation joined Daybreak with a list of kid-friendly activities to get the kids outside during the month of October.

 

Haunted & Enchanted Trails: Choose your path…



    • Thursday, Oct 27

 

    • Goose Lake Park

 

    • Enchanted Forest (4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.)

 

    • Haunted Trail (7 p.m. – 9 p.m.)

 

    • Tickets $5



Creepy Critters



    • Saturday, Oct. 22

 

    • Creamer’s Field (Fairbanks)

 

    • Time: Noon – 4 p.m.



Family Science Night: Animal Costumes



    • Friday, Oct. 28

 

    • Alaska SeaLife Center (Seward)

 

    • Time: 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.



Fall Festival Days



    • October 8, 15 and 22

 

    • Reindeer Farm (Palmer)

 

    • Admission – $9 Adults (12 and up)/$7 Child (3 – 11)/2 & Under FREE



Skinny Raven’s Frightening 4k and Costume Contest



    • Saturday, Oct. 29

 

    • 4th Avenue (Downtown Anchorage)

 

    • Time: 11 a.m.



Trick or Treat Street



    • Saturday, Oct. 29

 

    • 4th Avenue (Downtown Anchorage)

 

    • Time: Noon – 4 p.m.



Kid’s Halloween Train



    • Saturday, Oct. 22

 

    • Departure Times: 10 a.m./3 p.m.

 

    • Prices: $59 Adult/Kids 2 – 11 $34/ 2 & Under FREE



For more information, visit AK on the GO’s website.

 

 

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