Family fun at Halloween in Round Rock | Whuff News

Looking for some Halloween fun for the whole family? City of Round Rock has you covered this year with these wicked fun times:

Public Safety or Remedies

Saturday, October 22
4-8 pm
Public Safety Training Center, 2801 North Mays St.

Take a drive to Trunk or Treat to get candy from the comfort of your car while enjoying beautifully decorated trunks (including public safety vehicles!). Toy and cash donations are welcome for Round Rock Operation Blue Santa.

Adaptive and Inclusive Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 22
4-6 pm
Ascension Seton Williamson, 201 Seton Parkway

Halloween for everyone! It’s a family oriented approach to active participation for children with special needs or disabilities. Brothers are welcome to attend. Come dress up and get a treat bag!

Human Letter Pumpkin Contest

October 26-Oct. 30
Round Rock Public Library, 216 E. Main St.

Decorate a pumpkin (or gourd) as a scrapbook or writing theme and drop it off at the Round Rock Public Library children’s desk for display from October 24 – October 31. They will be on display to win on Monday, November 7, and will receive a Barnes and Noble gift card! Learn more

Play for Fall

Friday, October 28
Session 1: 6:30-8 pm (CONTINUED)
Session 2: 8:30-10 pm (CONTINUED)
Play for All Park, 151 North AW Grimes Blvd.

The Game for All Park will be decorated with surprises every time! From Trick or Treating to games and spooks, here’s something for all ages that will go down in the Halloween books! Tickets are available for $10 at – children 2 and under are free with a paying adult. Proceeds benefit the Play for All Foundation.

Happy Halloween

Friday, October 28
3-7 pm
East Main Street in downtown Round Rock

Join us at Hometown Halloween for trick-or-treating on the beautiful street in Downtown Round Rock, an art gallery, Halloween crafts, live music, balloon artists, face painters and more! This event is free and family friendly!

Happy Birthday Party – Monster Mash Bash

Monday, October 31
9 to 11:30 am
Old Settlers Park, 3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd

If you have a toddler or preschooler, you can get an early start on your Halloween at the Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall Fun Fest. Bring your little ghouls and goblins for games, hayrides, food, prizes, and fun activities for the whole family!

Don’t forget to come in costume and bring a canned food item to donate to the Round Rock Serving Center.

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