Have a howling good time this Halloween season!
Older children and adults can enjoy a classic fall musical, the “Rocky Horror Show” performed by the V.U. Music & Theater Department October 25 – 27. The production can be seen Thursday at 7pm, Friday at 7pm & 10pm and Saturday at 7pm. Call the box office for tickets at 812-888-4039.
Also, on October 25 – 27, the Vincennes State Historic Sites will host the annual “Fort Fright” at Fort Knox II 3090 N. Old Ft. Knox Road. Younger kids can enjoy the “no scare” program from 6pm – 7:30pm, with older kids and adults invited to the “full scare” program with haunted trails from 7:30pm – 11pm. Tickets: $5 for 12 yrs. & younger & $8 for 13 yrs. & up.
Bring your ghosts, princesses and super heroes downtown for an afternoon of Trick-or-Treating with the Downtown Merchants! Children are invited to participate on Saturday, October 27 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm.
Have more fun that evening during “Trunk or Treating” at the Uebelhor Dealership 626 Kimmell Road. Enjoy a local D.J. and free hot dogs from 7pm – 9pm. FREE event!
Enjoy another FREE Family-Friendly Halloween event at the First Baptist Church “Trunk or Treat” 2625 Wabash Avenue on Saturday, October 28! The fun starts at 4pm when participants hand out candy from their decorated car trunks. Everyone is invited to enjoy Christian fellowship, a bowl of chili, chips and a hot dog until 6pm. Costumes are encouraged but nothing scary please!!!
City-Wide “Trick or Treating” for children will be held on October 30 & 31 from 5:30pm – 9pm both evenings. Trick-or-Treaters should only visit homes with front porch lights on. *It is strongly suggested that costumes and candy bags have reflective tape, so trick-or-treaters can be seen more easily by motorists. Parents are also encouraged to see that their child’s costume fits properly to avoid falls and have their child carry a flashlight or glow stick.
The Annual “Halloween Safe Stop” Trick-or-Treating for children will be held on Hart Street Wednesday, October 31 from 5pm – 7pm. Trick-or-Treaters should look for a lighted pumpkin in the window of participating businesses. *Vincennes City Police Officers will be assisting children cross the street.