Halloween Alternative Parties 2018
Disclaimer: I can't vouch for any of these Churches and haven't knowingly included any that are having ACTUAL horror type parties ACTUALLY celebrating Halloween.
Get lost in family fun this October at our annual Harvest Farm Fall Festival & Corn Maze! Learn more about our 25 fall-tastic attractions and Fright Free Family Day on October 31:
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Admission includes access to the corn maze, hay wagon-ride tour, petting zoo, an obstacle course, and more than 20 other attractions. Click to see further details. Children ages 3 and younger are admitted for free, and Saturday, October 31 is “Fright-Free Family Day”, with costume contests, peanut-free trick-or-treating, and face painting. Festival proceeds support Denver Rescue Mission’s New Life Program at Harvest Farm, a 209-acre rehabilitation program helping men recover from chronic homelessness and addiction.
OCTOBER 20 @ 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Our Fall Fest has become a favorite for the whole family!
Join us to celebrate the upcoming season of thanks. We’re heading to the farm for a special night of fall fun. Festivities will include food, music, face-painting, line dancing, carnival games, a petting zoo and pony rides for the little ones. Don your cowboy boots (or closed-toe shoes) and bring your family – young and old – for our fourth annual Family Fall Festival.
Fall, Family, and Fun in Arvada 2018
Family Friendly Costumes are Encouraged
Join us for this FREE, fun, and safe Halloween alternative event! There will be Bounce Houses, carnival games, face painting, door prizes and LOTS of CANDY! Don't forget our annual costume contest - must be present to win.
Costume Contest Categories:
Game On! (sports-themed)
Dynamic Duo (Peanut Butter & Jelly, Batman & Robin, etc.)
Back in Time (pick a decade/era and go all out ~ 50's, 60's, etc.)
Costume contest entries close at 7 PM; winners announced at 7:30 PM.
**Please no spooky costumes - we don't want to scare our little pumpkins!**
For families with children ages birth - 5th grade. Indoor event - held in the gym.
11200 W. 32nd Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Sunday, October 28, 3-5 PM
Come to this fun event - see the trunk decor and costumes, games, hayride and bounce house - plus lots of CANDY!!
5858 Ward Road
Arvada, CO 80004
October 27th 6-7:30
2100 N. Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214
Join us this year on October 26th as we have our annual October Blast. It is a fun time for families to gather and play tons of indoor carnival style games, outdoor bounce houses, trunk-or-treat, hayrides, raffle prizes and more. There will be tons of candy, community and fun! Invite your friends, co-workers and neighbors. This is a free event!
8270 W 80TH AVE, ARVADA, CO 80005
Wednesday, October 31, 5:30-8pm
Free community carnival for kids 5th grade and under with games, candy and a gospel show.
Wednesday, October 31, 4-6pm, Ft. Lupton
Join us for a fun evening of treats, chili and friendship.
1115 1st Street, Ft. Lupton, Co 80621 MAP
Kids will be able to parade in their costumes from car to car for candy. Trunks will be decorated with a variety of kid-friendly themes. We will have fun games, hayrides, hot cocoa, and plenty of candy!
12344 W. Alameda Pkwy
Our annual Fall Festival will be held on Monday, October 31st, from 6:30-9:00 pm. All children, 5th grade and younger along with their families, are invited to attend. There will be FREE games, face painting, fun, and much more! We will have food available for purchase. Costumes are optional, no scary ones please.
Join us October 31 for our annual Sugar Rush at Victory Church! Enjoy a night of candy, games, food and prizes. Be sure to wear a fun costume, bring a bag to fill with candy, and invite a friend!
11777 Sheridan Blvd.
We've all pretty much made up our minds about Halloween-and they keep
changing. Some of us Christians still celebrate it, some of us hide
and turn off our lights. This is a personal
choice and I'm not endorsing anything, I'm just giving you all the
choices you have out there.
In my family, we don't celebrate it and we don't turn off the lights. Every year it's a little different. Some years, we read kids books about the correlation of Christianity and Halloween. Some years we go to "Halloween Alternative" parties the weekend before Halloween and then on Halloween night, we give out Christian tracts to the kids who are trick-or-treating. I let my kids dress up to give out the tracts if they want (they don't always choose to). No, I don't just give them tracts, I fill a little baggie full of candy and "gospel toys" from Oriental Trading and the tract. Some years, we go to a Halloween Alternative party on Halloween while my older children volunteer at it as an outreach. Last year, we went to a movie (everyone still dressed up at the movie)