FRIDAY-MONDAY AND FRIDAY-SATURDAY, NOV. 4-5
thirteenth GATE HAUNTED HOUSE: 832 St. Philip St. The longtime, 40,000-square-foot downtown attraction options 13 nightmarish realms and is thought for its excessive ultrarealism and element. Common admission, $35; VIP, $75. 13thgate.com.
FRIGHT TRAIL: 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., 5305 Cameron Highway, Scott. Twenty acres of deep, darkish, woods inhabited by creatures of the night time. $25 for all ages, money solely. frighttrail.com.
HARVEST MOON FESTIVAL: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., downtown Franklin. Enjoyable run/stroll, wood boat present, automobile present, hayrides and pony rides, contests, Pampered Pooch Parade and extra. cajuncoast.com.
CORN MAZE: 9 am to 11 am, midday to 2 pm, and a pair of:30 pm to 4:30 pm, LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens, 4560 Essen Lane. $15 per individual; free for youngsters 2 and youthful. Tickets are presale solely, and won’t be supplied on the gate. firstname.lastname@example.org or (225) 763-3990.
SWEET DOUGH PIE FESTIVAL: 9 a.m. to three p.m., City Corridor Park, Grand Couteau. Distributors, meals vehicles, artisans, youngsters’s playground, pie contest, music. https://www.fb.com/TownOfGrandCoteauLouisiana/
FIFOLET HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL: Downtown Baton Rouge. Halloween parade, arts market, 5K, pub crawl, costumed ball, awards brunch. fifolet.com.
BREC’s TRICK-AND-TREAT: ART UNLEASHED: 5 p.m. to eight p.m., Metropolis-Brooks Neighborhood Park, 1515 Dalrymple Drive. Households, carry these four-legged pals for dwell music, native artwork and makers, canine adoptions, costume contests, native pet distributors, meals and children’ actions. Free. brec.org.
HAUNTED HIKE: 6 p.m., BREC’s Bluebonnet Swamp, 10503 N. Oak Hills Parkway. Find out about “creepy critters” alongside the path. Observe down costumed characters to obtain “treasures,” then trek via the Swamp Graveyard to the Training Constructing for carnival video games and spooky storytime. brec.org/HauntedHikes.
PUMPKIN FEST: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Blackwater United Methodist Church, 10000 Blackwater Highway, Central. Video games, hayrides, inflatables and chili cook-offs. $10 per youngster, $30 cap for households with 3+ youngsters.
HARVEST MOON FESTIVAL: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., downtown Franklin. The Franklin Retailers Affiliation presents dwell music, meals, distributors, cornhole tournaments, hay rides and a pumpkin patch. Free. https://cajuncoast.com/occasion/harvest-moon-festival-0.
CRITTER CRAFTS & GAMES: 10 a.m. to midday, Acadian Cultural Middle, 501 Fisher Highway, Lafayette. Maskmaking, video games and extra. All ages. Free. (337) 232-0789.
BREC’s FULL MOON FETE: midday to three pm, Forest Neighborhood Park, 13900 S. Harrells Ferry Highway. Household-friendly occasion that includes a trunk-or-treat, character visits, free meals, music and giveaways. Companies or organizations wishing to host a trunk can register at BREC.org/trunkortreat.
HALLOWEEN DAY AT THE MUSEUM: midday to 4 pm, Louisiana Artwork & Science Museum, 100 S. River Highway. Fingers-on actions, butterbeer, Halloween door prize and Halloween favorites within the Irene W. Pennington Planetarium. Common museum admission applies. lasm.org.
NEW IBERIA HALLOWEEN PARADE AND FAIS-DO-DO: 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., 457 E. Major St., New Iberia. iberiatravel.com.
TRICK-OR-TREAT TRAIL AT SOUTH CITY PARK: 4 p.m. to six p.m., 1524 S. Market St., Opelousas. cityofopelousas.com.
TRUNK OR TREAT: 6 pm to eight pm, New River Baptist Church, 45270 La. 429, St. Amant. Sweet, video games, hayride, costumes and chili cook-off. Free. (225) 675-8767.
HALLOWEEN PARTIES: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Lafayette Avenue, Youngsville.
TRUNK OR TREAT: 3:30 p.m., Greenwell Springs Highway Regional Department Library, 11300 Greenwell Springs Highway. Crafts, sweet, concessions and video games. Youngsters ages 11 and underneath should be accompanied by an grownup. (225) 274-4440.
HARVEST FEST TRUNK-OR-TREAT: 6 pm to eight pm, Church on the Rock, 1411 E. Admiral Doyle Drive, New Iberia.
Jefferson United Methodist Church: 10328 Jefferson Freeway, (225) 293-4440. Open midday to six pm day by day (climate allowing).
Walker Parks and Recreation Division: Sidney Hutchinson Park, 13750 Ball Park Highway, Walker. Admission is free. walkerparksandrecreation.com.
Barn Hill Protect: 11342 the. 955 East, Ethel. Pumpkins and dinosaurs go hand in hand at this prehistoric patch. “Dinosaur Takeover” 9 am to 2 pm Via Sunday, with admission of $17 per individual. (225) 286-3003 or barnhillpreserve.com/barn-hill-louisiana.
Blackwater United Methodist Church: 10000 Blackwater Highway, Central, (225) 261-4646. Hours are 9 am to midday and a pair of pm to six pm day by day.
New Music Church: 18465 Previous Perkins Highway, Prairieville. Hours are 9 am to six pm Friday and Saturday and midday to six pm Sunday. newsongcommunity.church or (225) 313-6736.
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church: 1332 Church St., Zachary. Hours are 1 pm to six pm Friday, 10 am to five pm Saturday, and 1 pm to five pm Sunday. stpatsla.org or (225) 654-4091.
Halloween Jack’s Pumpkin Patch: 6834 Magnolia Bridge Highway, Denham Springs. Hours are 10 am to eight pm day by day via Halloween.
Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin and Strawberry Patch: 31458 The. 43, Albany, https://www.thfarms.com/pumpkin-patch, (225) 567-3493. Patch shall be open via Sunday, Nov. 6. Price is $9 per youngster, money solely.
SECOND ANNUAL PUMPKIN PATCH: St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 400 Camellia Blvd., Lafayette. Sale runs via Monday. Common hours are 2 pm to 7 pm weekdays, and 9 am to five pm Saturday and Sunday. http://www.saintbarnabas.us/pumpkin-patch.html or (337) 984-3848.