Tours of Old Town does several ghost tours of the historic Old Town area, including the popular Ghost Tour of Old Town walking tour, as well as the slightly less ghoulish History, Legends and Lore tour, which focuses on Albuquerque myths and hidden architectural gems.
Join Highland Baptist Church on October 29th for their Fall Harvest Festival! Feel free to wear your family friendly costume and join in for hot dogs, nachos, games, prizes and a great time! The church is located at 417 Palomas St. in Southeast Albuquerque. Contact the church for more information.
Albuquerque's First Baptist Church will hold its annual Trunkin' Westside Fall Fest on Saturday, October 30th from 5:30-8PM. Join them at their new location at the corner of Paseo del Norte and Richland Hills. With inflatables, a hot-air balloon glow, prizes, and carnival food & candy, there's fun for the whole family! Donations to benefit Petroglyph Elementary School will be accepted at the door.
Halloween Carnival Fun at Rio Rancho Presbyterian When: Saturday, October 30th, 5-7PM Where: Rio Rancho Presbyterian Church (1004 24th St. SE) Contact: email@example.com
Rio Rancho Presbyterian Church presents Halloween Carnival Fun for all ages! Come out Saturday, October 30th from 5 to 7PM. We encourage donations of non-perishable food items for Store House West. Enjoy the Daniel and the Lion's Den & The Story of Moses Obstacle Course for ages 6 and under, and the Haunted House for those who dare! Soda Pop Toss! Duck Pond! Lollipop Tree! Wheel of Fortune! Ghost Toss! Be there!
New Covenant Fall Carnival http://www.nccabq.org/ When: Saturday, October 30 11AM-2PM Where: New Covenant Church, 7201 Paseo Del Norte Contact: Office 857-9875
Calling all kids (and parents too)! Candy, Games, Fun and did we mention...its all FREE!! Join us at New Covenant Church for the Fall Carnival, including Trunk or Treat games, grilled burgers and hot dogs, bounce houses and a petting zoo. While the kids are having fun you can enjoy music, friends, food and a cup of hot coffee. Come celebrate with us! Saturday, October 30 from 11am to 2pm at New Covenant Church, that’s 7201 Paseo del Norte in Northeast Albuquerque. Call the office at 857-9875 for details.
The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and Fall Fest is right around the corner! This fantastic annual Halloween alternative offers kids of all ages a fun way to celebrate the season. Come to Calvary of Albuquerque on Sunday, October 31, from 3:00-9:00 PM for loads of fun.
Children will enjoy free carnival games and costume contests! Wristbands are available for just $5 and include soft toys and pony rides. There will also be lots of activities for teens including a pumpkin catapult, a photo booth, and a costume contest at Student Ministries' Pumpkin Palooza.
This year's excitement also includes live music from The Rounders! Cotton candy, caramel apples, and hot cocoa will be available to appease your autumn appetites. Food vendors will also be on site.
Experience all the fun of Fall Fest 2010 on Sunday, October 31 from 3:00-9:00 PM!
Celebrate fall and get a "free" day at Wildlife West Nature Park. Come early for free food, courtesy of JR's Barbeque, and candy for young trick or treaters, donated by Wal-Mart (while food lasts!). This new and fun day at Wildlife West will have games for kids, costume parties and prizes, up-close wildlife viewing, hay rides, and opportunity to pet the park's baby deer and newest arrival, Velcro (because she sticks to you!).
The Edgewood Friends of our Library Society will have free books for all ages. And youth can test their talent and compete in the first Edgewood Idol music contest held from 1-3 p.m. There will be three categories for ages 4-18 years. Prizes will be award by the Edgewood Leos and Lions, sponsors of the contest. Other activities, for a small fee, include a blast from the past with carnival games for children, games of chance like Bingo, and portrait photos taken by Roger Holden, a local professional photographer.
Visitors can take home a special gift by participating in the silent auction and raffle contest. All proceeds generated from these events will help to feed the animals at Wildlife West during the winter. Other donations can be made at the Park. A free day in this economy is a day not to be missed! This old fashion fall festival will be a fun time for the entire family to enjoy the outdoors and experience up-close native wildlife. Watch the virtual tour video of the Park.
Fall Festival Children's Carnival 2400 Monterrey Rd. NE Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Candy, Prizes and Carnival Games! Children can wear costumes. Prize Drawings include a Balloon Ride for 2, Gift Baskets and Gift Certificates. Lot's of fun for the whole family! All proceeds support Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Preschool.
Holy Family Halloween Carnival @ Holy Family Church 562 Atrisco Dr. SW
Kids, Ghosts and Goblins are invited to a Fun and Safe Trick or Treat Carnival! Saturday October 30, 2010 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM in the Holy Family Parish Hall. Carnival Games, Costume Contest, Cake Walk, Pumpkin Painting, Food and a Haunted House! Holy Family Church 562 Atrisco Dr. SW Victoria Gabaldon — Victoria Gabaldon
Come out and join us for a fun Halloween Kick Off, including: * A special appearance by Beatlejuice. * 10:00 AM Kids Halloween Costume Contest, Sponsored by Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Rio Rancho and McDonalds. * 10:30 To 12:30 Entertainment by Del Pucket whose original music blurs the lines of jazz, modern rock, and world music. * Big Brothers, Big Sisters will be located in our Community Booth. * The Rio Rancho High School Drama Club will be raising funds in our School Booth today.
Fun for the family at the Marketplace every Saturday and Sunday through November. Find us just one-half mile North of Northern on Idalia Road. 1320 Idalia Road NE Idalia Road Marketplace http://www.idaliaroadmarketplace.com — Idalia Road Marketplace
Enjoy “Trick or Treating” in Old Town! Bring Rover in costume to enter the pet parade, and then enter your own unique costume creation in the competition for humans. Great fun in Old Town celebrating our entry into fall.
•Hay Rides around the Plaza •Pumpkin Painting •Chile Ristra-Making Demonstrations •Face Painting •Make ‘n Take Fall Arts and Crafts •Balloon Animals •Fall Music and Entertainment
Candy shops will be selling caramel apples, monster popcorn hands and popcorn balls, while Old Town restaurants will offer apple cider drinks and fall-themed menu items. Many galleries will be displaying fall, Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos arts.