Fall Festivals in the Triad and Beyond 2017

By Katie Moosbrugger

Fall is my favorite time of year for so many reasons, and the sheer number of fall festivals in our area is one of them. We recently updated our list of local festivals that offer seasonal fun, food, crafts, and more for your entire family. Most of the events listed below are meant for families, although we did include some that are more appropriate for date nights or fun with adult friends! There are many more October festivals and events getting ready to be announced, and we will be sure to add those in as soon as we learn the details. So make a point to check this post for updates!

Be sure to visit our list of Triad-area Pumpkin Patches for even more seasonal and Halloween events! All of these festivals are listed on our Event Page! If your favorite fall festival is not listed below, please email Katie@TriadMomsOnMain.com to get it added.

Festivals are listed by date …

November Festivals

Historic Mount Airy Ghost Tours
Now through end of November
Friday and Saturday nights at 8 pm
Mount Airy Museum of Regional History, 301 N. Main St, Mount Airy

Join them for an exciting 90 minute, lantern-lit walking tour through Mount Airy’s streets and it’s historic past.  You will hear about 13 of our “less mortal” friends and some of Mount Airy’s resting places.  Tours begin at the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History, 301 N. Main Street.  Wear comfortable shoes and bring your camera and umbrella, if needed.   Tickets are $13 (tax included) and pre-paid reservations are required

Piedmont Triad Farmers Market 2017 Fall Craft Fair
Nov. 10 – 12
2914 Sandy Ridge Rd, Colfax

Oak Ridge Fall Festival Craft Show
Nov. 11 from 9 am to 4 pm
Oak Ridge Town Park, 6231 Lisa Dr, Oak Ridge

Hosted by Hosted by Mary Jordahl and Mandy Made Creations. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Veterans Day Parade
Nov. 11 from 10 am to 11 am
Downtown Winston-Salem

Hosted by Triad Vietnam Veterans Association. Starts near corner of Spring and 4th streets in downtown Winston-Salem.

Fall Pottery Festival
Nov. 11 from 10 am to 4 pm

Leonard Recreation Center, 6324 Ballinger Rd, Greensboro

Showcasing over 50 potters from NC, SC, and VA. Free admission. A large selection of handmade, functional, decorative, and sculptural pottery will be available for sale. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

4th Annual Veteran’s Day Parade & Festival
Nov. 11 from 10 am to 5 pm
Court Square, Graham

Veteran’s Day Parade
Nov. 11 at 11 am
Downtown Lexington

Pumpkin Prowl
Dates: Nov 11 from 12-4 pm
Conservators Center, 676 East Hughes Mill Road, Burlington

From pumpkin pie to pumpkin spiced lattes, everyone wants to get their paws on them. No one knows how to celebrate pumpkin season better than the residents of the Conservators Center! Grab a coat and a friend and join in their annual Pumpkin Prowl. Enjoy selecting, decorating, and carving the pumpkins, while enjoying food and drinks from local vendors.  Then help decorate animals’ enclosures with stuffed, scented, or painted pumpkins to celebrate the season. Our animals love finding these new fascinating items in their habitats, and we enjoy watching as they investigate their gifts. Adults $26; Under 12 $20

Angelo’s Artisan Market
Sat, Nov. 11 from Noon to 6 pm
Wise Man Brewing, 826 Angelo Bros Ave, Winston-Salem

Angelo’s Artisan Market is back again at Wise Man Brewing for another fun community event that will welcome over 30 local and regional vendors selling arts & craft, antiques, repurposed items and more!!  Live music, food trucks, and kids activities.  Free Entry and Parking, kid friendly and dog friendly! Fun for all! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

North Carolina Dance Festival 2017
Nov. 11 at 7 pm
Van Dyke Performance Space, Greensboro

The NC Dance Festival, presented by Greensboro-based Dance Project, brings professional modern dance choreographers from across the state together to share innovative and moving dance works. NCDF is visiting new sites for their 27th season including traditional and non-traditional performance spaces in Durham, Asheville, and Greensboro. Witty, dark, playful, and experimental, the concert presents a wide variety of NC dance. Most convenient parking is available in the Church Street Parking Deck at 215 N. Church Street. This venue is located on the first floor of the Greensboro Cultural Center at 200 N. Davie Street. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Apple Pancake & Celebration Day
Nov. 18 from 8 to 11:30 am
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, 501 Yanceyville St, Greensboro

Paw Days of Fall
Nov. 18 from Noon to 5 pm
Midway Town Center, 11141 Old US Highway 52, Winston-Salem

Corks & Crafts at Westbend
Sat, Nov. 25 from Noon to 5 pm
Westbend Winery, 5394 Williams Rd Lewisville

Corks & Crafts is back again at Westbend Winery to celebrate Small Business Saturday!  Come enjoy and support over 30 local and regional vendors selling arts & craft, antiques, repurposed items and more!!  Live music and food trucks.  Free Entry and Parking, kid friendly and dog friendly! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Already Occurred – Watch for these Festivals in 2018!

Apple Fest 2017
All Weekends in September: Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm; Sundays 1 pm to 5 pm
Millstone Creek Orchard, 506 Parks Crossing Rd, Ramseur

Apple picking, cider pressing, story time, apple bobbing, hay rides, apple pie eating contests. Admission is $8/pp. Kids under 2 are FREE. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Millstone Creek Orchards Ocktoberfest
All October weekends: Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm; Sundays 1 pm to 5 pm
Millstone Creek Orchards, Winston-Salem

Pumpkin and gourd picking, cider pressing, pumpkin chunkin’, story time, pumpkin bowling, hayrides, pumpkin pie eating contest, fire pit roasting. Admission is $8 pp; kids under 2 are FREE. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Second Annual Bailey Blues & Bluegrass Music Festival 
Every Thursday in September from 11 am to 1 pm
Bailey Park in Greensboro

Bring your friends, family and coworkers to Bailey Park for free lunchtime blues and bluegrass performances. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

NC Apple Festival
Sept. 1 – 4
Hendersonville, NC

Enjoy 4 days of fun including one of the most best known Street Fairs in the Carolinas with freshly picked apples, arts & crafts, festival food, and free entertainment at the Historic Courthouse on Hendersonville’s beautiful Main Street. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Bookmarks Festival 2017
Sept. 7-10
Various locations throughout Winston-Salem

Bookmarks connects authors with readers of all ages together as renowned authors, illustrators, storytellers and chefs share their work and insights through readings, presentations, panel discussions, and book signings. The festival partners with community organizations, reading related exhibitors, and food vendors. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

2017 Surry County Agricultural Fair
Sept. 7 – 11
Veterans Memorial Park, 691 W Lebanon St, Mt Airy

Attractions include the Powers & Thomas Midway Entertainment on the midway, Hansen’s Spectacular Acrobatic Sensations, the ever popular Funnel Cake and Cotton Candy trailers, and many family games. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

1st Annual FarmPark Fest
Sept. 7, 8 and 9
Denton Farmpark, 1072 Cranford Road, Denton, NC

The 1st Annual FarmPark Fest! Bluegrass and Country music will present a weekend of fun and entertainment for fans of all ages. Artists include The Gibson Brothers, Shenandoah, The Grascals, The Boxcars, and more. Dining, shopping, and camping accommodations all available on site. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Blue Bear Music Festival
Sept 7, 8 and 9
Blue Bear Mtn. Campground, 196 Blue Bear Mountain Rd., Todd, NC (near Boone)

Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

24th Annual Autumn at Oz
Sept. 8, 9 and 10
Beech Mountain Resort (take chair lift to Land of Oz)

Join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the TinMan, and the Cowardly Lion at the Land of Oz™ for the Annual Autumn at Oz Festival. Guests are invited to visit, re-live, and celebrate one of North Carolina’s hidden gems nestled amongst the Appalachian Mountains for this 3-day event in September. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

National Folk Festival
Sept. 8-10
Various locations around Greensboro

Three-day outdoor event presented FREE to the public. This festival celebrates the roots, richness, and variety of American culture. It features over 50 groups performing on seven stages – including some of the nation’s finest traditional musicians, dancers, and craftspeople in performances, workshops, and demonstrations, plus children’s activities, savory Southern and ethnic cuisines and craft brews, non-stop participatory dancing, storytelling, parades, and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

6th Annual CBC Bluegrass Festival
Sept. 9 from 10 am to 6:30 pm
1988 Jericho Church Road, Mocksville

Enjoy bluegrass and BBQ. Gates open at 10:00. Make sure to bring your chairs, maybe a picnic blanket.  Definitely bring your family and friends Leave your pets, coolers, and alcohol at home, please. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Camel City Bikefest 2017
Sept. 9 from 11 am to 11 pm
Downtown Winston-Salem (Liberty St between 7th and MLK)

Come out for Bikes, Bands, Beer, vendors and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

International Village Food and Music Festival
Sept. 9 from Noon to 8 pm
Corpening Plaza, 231 1st St W, Winston-Salem

The international backgrounds and heritage of Winston-Salem’s residents will be featured, including global cuisine, cultural entertainment, international crafts-for-purchase, and information about our international community. A few highlights for this year will include a youth art contest, international food contest, and a US Naturalization Ceremony. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

21st Anniversary of Black Family Day in NC
Sept. 9 from 2:30 pm to 7 pm
303 S Scales St, Reidsville

Included are day of learning, entertainment, spoken word artists, spiritual and civic leaders. Vendors from all over the region bring arts, crafts, and products. Enjoy ethnic and traditional menus. The Family Fun Village will feature games, bounces, face painting, & more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Family Fun Festival
Sept. 9 from 3 to 7 pm
Union Grove Baptist Church,
2295 Union Grove Rd., Lexington

Activities for the Kids, Live Music, Food, Door Prizes & more!

Guilford Hills Back-to-School Free Community Fun Day!
Sept. 9 from 4 to 7 pm
Parkway Baptist Church, 1411 Benjamin Pkwy, Greensboro

Free event, all are invited! Come enjoy an afternoon of meeting and greeting your neighbors, music, hot dogs, popcorn, snow cones, cotton candy, games, inflatable, prizes (KFC, Krispy Kreme, Jimmy John’s, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Freddy’s, Zaxby’s, Chick-Fil-A) and so much more. Bring a Chair!

43rd Annual Stokes Stomp Festival on the Dan
Sept. 9 and Sept. 10
Moratock Park, 1077 Sheppard Mill Road in Danbury

Activities aimed for the young and young at heart. The longest running arts council sponsored event in North Carolina. Visit web site for details on entertainment. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Central Carolina Fair
Sept. 8-17
Greensboro Coliseum

Featuring rides from Michael’s Amusements, carnival food and games, musical entertainment and attractions for all ages, the 119th annual edition of the Central Carolina Fair will begin Friday, September 8 and run through Sunday, September 17. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

RiverFest
Sept. 15 from 10 am – 10 pm; and Sept. 16 from 9 am to 10 pm
Historic Downtown Eden

RiverFest is a celebration of Eden’s art, history and river heritage. Come on down September 15 & 16 and enjoy two stages of live music, lots of great food, over 100 artisans and crafters, interactive activities for the kids, Paul Bunyon Lumberjack Show, a Trick Roper and so much more!! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

2017 Grape Stomp Harvest Party
Sept. 15 from at 7 pm
Childress Vineyards, Lexington

Admission includes a souvenir wine glass and participation in the grape stomp. Live entertainment by Irresistible Groove, plus enjoy Premier Tables, food, wine, beer, and Gnam Gnam Gelato. Blankets and lawn chairs are permitted. No outside coolers allowed. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Scarowinds
Sept. 15 – Oct. 29 on select nights
Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte

Mazes, rides, Scarezones and shows! Purchase a one-night ticket or a Scare pass. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

NC Gold Rush Festival
Sept. 16 and 17
Hubb’s Farm, 10276  US Hwy 421 North, Clinton, NC 

For ultimate fall festival fun, join Hubb’s Farm this fall as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary!  This year’s fall festival and maze celebrates North Carolina’s rich gold history with a NC Gold Rush themed “Corn” Maze with three challenging trails. Be sure to visit our new Pay Dirt Pete’s Gem Mine and Gold Panning, too!  Enjoy the ever-popular giant slides, train rides, Cranky the Combine rides, and old fashioned outdoor games like giant checkers, and hay rides to Animal Acres, as well as fun foods.  Plus at 3 pm, stay to watch Power’s Flying Services Fly Over ……1000+ Ping Pong Balls Dropped (ages 12 & under), 10 marked w/special prizes!

The Great Pumpkin Fest
Weekends Sept. 16 – Oct. 29
Carowinds Amusement Park, Charlotte

Includes Halloween-themed live shows, a pumpkin patch, a hay bale maze, trick-or-treating, a petting zoo and  much more! Rides will open during the day, including the award-winning Planet Snoopy kids’ area. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Apple Fest
Sept. 16 from 10 am to 4 pm
Historic Bethabara Park, Winston-Salem

Come enjoy apples, crafts, music, food, and more! Noah’s Place will have a large petting zoo, Captain Jim’s will be performing magic in the Visitor Center, there will be games for children and much more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

41st Annual Yadkin Valley Harvest Festival
Sept. 16 from 10 am to 4 pm
Downtown Yadkinville

This year marks the 41st year for the Yadkin Valley Harvest Festival. For one day of the year the downtown area of Yadkinville is transformed by fun festivities. Expect food and craft vendors from throughout the state, as well as live music and exciting amusement rides for all ages! (Music will be located on Elm Street, directly behind the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center). Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

The 4th Annual Blowing Rock Music Festival
Sept. 16 beginning at 10 am
432 The Rock Rd, Blowing Rock, NC

Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Mountain Heritage Festival
Sept. 16 from 10 am to 4:30 pm
58 S Main St, Sparta, NC

Over 100 craft and food vendors line Main Street in Sparta, NC to celebrate the local heritage. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

20th Annual Sweet Potato Festival
Sept. 16 from 10 am to 5 pm
Rockford General Store,

Live music, vendors, local authors, craftspeople, artisans, and lots of delicious food (many sweet potato recipes!). Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Burlington Carousel Festival
Sept. 16 from 10 am to 6 pm
Sept. 17 from 12 pm to 5 pm

Burlington City Park

The 30th Anniversary of the Burlington Carousel Festival takes place over two days, September 16 & 17, 2017. Live music at multiple stages, arts & crafts fair, food, beer garden, amusement park rides and fun for the whole family. Event is FREE but bring money to enjoy shopping, face painting, rides, food and other activities. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

12th Annual Festa Italiana
Sept. 16 from 11 am to 5 pm
Raffaldini Vineyards, 450 Groce Road, Ronda

This day-long event is a celebration of Italian culture, food, art, music, and of course wine. Tickets are $20 per person and include parking, admission to the festival, commemorative Festa Italiana wine glass, and either a tasting of 3 Raffaldini wines or a glass of wine. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Texas Pete Fest
Sept. 16  from 11 am to 11 pm; Sept. 17 from 12 pm to 8 pm
Downtown Winston-Salem

Free Admission. Three day festival celebrating the talent of local, regional and national chefs as well as live music. Visit the web site for details on participating restaurants, entertainment, locations and times. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

47th Annual Day in the Park Festival
Sept. 16 from 11am – 5pm
City Lake Park 602 W Main St, Jamestown

FREE admission! Day in the Park returns to the Piedmont for its 47th festival with fun-filled, family-oriented entertainment, crafts, food and much more. It is presented by the High Point Arts Council in cooperation with the High Point Parks & Recreation Department. This year, Day in the Park will also be celebrating the North Carolina Arts Council’s 50th Anniversary with a Mountain-to-Sea theme that will showcase all the wonderful art that makes up our great state. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Downtown Asheboro Second Annual Oktoberfest
Sept. 16 from 3 pm to 9 pm
Bicentennial Park in downtown Asheboro

Enjoy live music featuring CASSETTE REWIND, German inspired foods, a beer garden featuring Four Saints Brewing Company beers, strolling entertainment, bounce houses, and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Apex Music Festival
Sept. 16 from 3 pm to 11:30 pm
Historic Downtown Apex

As the only adult-focused fall music festival in the North Carolina Triangle area, this extremely popular pub-crawl experience is expected to draw over 20,000 music fans to Downtown Apex. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Lake Norman Wildlife Oyster & Shrimp Festival 2017
Sept. 16 from 5 pm to 10 pm
LangTree Lake Norman, 138 Village View Drive, Mooresville

Great food and beverages, live music, and tons of family fun. Back by popular demand, LNWC will again be offering a VIP Package that includes: Fest admission; an LNWC Cleatus Cup with 6″ dock cleat handle or an LNWC engraved wine glass; complimentary beer or wine; an LNWC oyster shucking souvenir towel; and, an LNWC tote bag! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Mayberry Days
Sept. 18-24
Downtown Mt. Airy

Mayberry Days is a festival for the whole family with activities, events and music. Enjoy shows, a parade, contests, a Silent Auction, food, and games. Mayberry Days events take place in locations around Mount Airy, with the Andy Griffith Playhouse, Earle Theatre and Blackmon Amphitheatre being the hubs of activity. (rain or shine). There is free parking in the numerous municipal lots downtown. Visit the link above for details on times, locations, and events.

Patrick County Fair
Sept. 19 – 23
Gates Open nightly at 5:30 PM – Rides begin at 6 PM

Stuart, VA Rotary Club 420 Woodland Dr, Stuart, Virginia 

Bring your family & friends & smell the cotton candy, funnel cakes, hamburger & hot dogs… have fun on the midway and on the rides. Enjoy the animal barn & live music nightly. Find out about our local business’s, community organizations and more in the exhibit area… see crafts, canning, quilts, photographs and more at the Patrick County Agricultural Fair, in Stuart VA.

Cricket’s Nest Craft Festival
Sept. 23 from 9 am to 3 pm
Cricket’s Nest Craft Shop, Country Club Road, Winston-Salem

Cricket’s Nest sponsors an outdoor craft festival that is open to all vendors. Rain date is September 30. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Sept. 23 from Noon to 6 pm
World of Beer, 1310 Westover Ter #112, Greensboro

10+ breweries, local artists, dogs for adoption, games, a magician, pumpkin painting , face painting, a moon walk/bounce house and lots more! Proceeds are benefiting the SPCA and Benessere Animal Hospital. Non-beer vendors and activities too! Admission is FREE- tickets will be $2 per ticket, 1 ticket per beer. Event is dog and kid friendly- so bring them both!!

Hay Bale Fest
Sept. 23 and 24
Hubb’s Farm, 10276  US Hwy 421 North, Clinton, NC 

On Saturday & Sunday farm guests will have an opportunity to join in some hay bale fun and discover what hay is all about during our Hay Bale Fest!  Along with our hay rides, miniature hay bale maze, hay bale garden, and farm equipment, farm visitors will also have a chance at some fun hay bale challenges.  On Sunday, Sept. 24, come out and see the Sam The Magic Man show at 3 PM (included in all paid admission tickets)!

Riverwalk Arts Festival
Sept. 23 from 10 am to 4 pm
Bermuda Run Town Square, Kinderton Blvd, Bermuda Run

This is a festival to celebrate artists and antiques of Davie County.  Enjoy an all day festival with area musicians performing on the River Walk stage throughout the day.  Several vendors will selling food and beverages for purchase.  The event is FREE. Rain date September 30. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

HI Fest
Sept. 23 from 11 am to 7 pm
Mendenhall Transportation Terminal, 220 East Commerce Avenue, High Point

A Multi-Cultural Festival with an Immigration and Naturalization Ceremony with musical performances by local groups and established artists. Experience the music, dance and art that originates locally and all over the world. Enjoy fresh food  representing the many cultures within this country and the world and unique items from local craftsmen and artists! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

FIESTA Street Festival
Sept. 23 from 11 am to 7 pm
Downtown Winston-Salem

This is an annual FREE street festival organized by the Hispanic League. All the funds raised from sponsors, vendors and donations support cultural, health, education and college scholarship programs for the Hispanic/Latino community. This event will cover a four-block area that includes the Sawtooth Center and the Milton Rhodes Center. Rain or shine. Enjoy live Latin music, cultural programs, a children’s area, tons of cuisine from all the different Latin American Countries, a beer and margarita garden and local arts and crafts. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Davie County Zombie Parade & Festival
Sept. 23 from 11:30 am to 7 pm
Beach N Tans, 953 Salisbury Rd, Mocksville

Dress-up, Come walk and bring awareness to adults with special needs in our community. Milling Manor is a facility that provides housing and services to Davie and surrounding Counties. All monies collected will be provided to them. The Parade is at 3:00 pm Sat. the 23rd. The Monster Fest starts at 11:30am & will continue until 7:00pm. Expect food and merchant vendors, haunted trails and houses, kids events, kkits and surprises. costume contests, drawings, games, music, dancing and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

6th Annual Co-Hops Beer Festival
Sept. 23 from 4 to 7 pm
Company Shops Market 268 E. Front Street, Downtown Burlington

In addition to 15 breweries offering over 40 local craft beers, the event will feature live music by Love & Valor, Braeburn Burgers, Yee Haw Donuts and Smitty’s Ice Cream! Tickets are on sale NOW via their website or at Company Shops Market.

End of Summer Bash!
Sept. 23 from 6 pm to 9 pm
Creekside Park; 214 Park Drive, Archdale

Enjoy a fun filled evening as we leave the summer behind and head into fall. The evening will include music by Eric and The Chill Tones, Juggling and Spinning by Jack Regal, Food Trucks including The Chill Shak Concessions, Roadway dawg’s, Sunset Slush of High Point, & More, Interactive family friendly vendors, & Rock 92 Live and on location with Chris and Chris. Rain or Shine. Admission is Free.

Second Annual Sowing Seeds Children’s Festival & Food Drive
Sept. 24 at 1 pm
Bailey Park, downtown Winston-Salem

Sowing Seeds Children’s Festival will feature about 30 child artist-vendors sharing and selling their works of art. Also these young artist will share $5 of their earnings to the WS/FC Schools Food Pantry, who helps families in need who will be onsite. Everyone is encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item as a donation. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Bailey Blues & Bluegrass Friday Festival
Sept. 29 from 6 pm to 10 pm
Wake Forest Innovation Center, 575 Patterson Ave, Winston-Salem

Join us for the second annual Bailey Blues & Bluegrass Festival, a music event that’s blue down to its roots. Presented by Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and the Blue Ridge Music Center, this free event is open to the public. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

The Annual Carolina Renaissance Festival
Saturdays & Sundays, Sept 30 – Nov 19
10 am to 5:30 pm
16445 Poplar Tent Rd, Huntersville

Pirates, Nobles, Wenches and Knights – it takes a lot of work to organize the region’s largest costume party! Free parking, rain or shine, no pets allowed. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Greek Festival
Sept. 29 from 4 pm – 10 pm; Sept. 30 from 11 am to 10 pm; Oct. 1 from Noon to 6 pm
Dormition of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Church, 800 Westridge Road (Corner of West Friendly Ave & Westridge Rd.), Greensboro

Live Music, Arts & Crafts, Marketplace & plenty of great authentic Greek food! Admission: $1.00 or One non-perishable item per person.

Autumn Arts & Crafts Show
Sept. 30 from 9 am to 2 pm
Oct. 1 from Noon to 4
Kernersville Rec Center, 125 E Bodenhamer St, Kernersville

Open to the public. Featuring artists and craftspeople. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Everybody’s Day
Sept. 30 from 9 am to 5 pm
Downtown Thomasville

Sponsored by Novant Health. For over the 100 years Thomasville has been the home of the award winning Everybody’s Day festival. Each year people from throughout the Southeast come to shop for arts & crafts, enjoy music, carnival rides, and great food!  Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Black Walnut Festival
Sept.30 from 10 am – 4 pm
5393 Ham Horton Lane, Bethania

The festival features Arts, Crafts, Food and Music in the historic Town of Bethania. The festival features crafters & artisans who show and sell their creations in one of the state’s most picturesque settings. Historic and beautiful Bethania, North Carolina sets the stage for this glorious event. Food vendors, non-profit displays, and music will be present. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Baby+Co-Family Fun Day
Sept. 30 from 11 am to 2 pm
Baby+Co, 200 Charlois Blvd, Winston-Salem

Baby+Co would like to invite the community to its Family Fun Day! They will have a bouncy house, balloon animals & face painting, arts/crafts for children, refreshments, giveaways and more!  This is a great opportunity to tour their beautiful center, meet their loving staff and have fun. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

HOOTS 4th Annual Oktoberfest
Sept. 30 from Noon to Midnight
Hoots Roller Bar & Beer Co., 840 Mill Works St, Ste 110, Winston-Salem

The 4th annual HOOTS Anniversary & Oktoberfest Celebration!
We are hosting an all-day festival celebrating the greater Winston Salem community & the coming of the fall season. There will be live music, food, flea market, games, a dunking booth, raffle prizes, contests, brewery tours, and of course the release of the 4th annual Zinzendorf Oktoberfest! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Art on Tap
Sept. 30 from 2 pm to 7 pm
Center City Park, 620 S Elm St, Greensboro

Art on Tap is an art and brew fest featuring a beer garden, interactive art spaces and activities for all ages, live music, and food trucks. $5 General Admission – kids under 12 are free; $15 Taster Admission – 10 taster tickets – pay per drink; $35 VIP Admission – unlimited taster. Pints are available for $5 for all event attendees (age 21 & up). Beer sampling is only available to those purchasing the Taster or VIP Admission. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Oktoberfest
Sept. 30 from 5 pm to 11 pm
The Elm Street Center, 203 S Elm St, Greensboro

Join the Triad German Club, Painted Plate Catering, The Elm Street Center and The Event Guys for the best of German food, music, dancing, and beer. Doors open at 5pm; festivities begin at 6pm. Tickets are $10 pre-sale and $12 at the door. This year’s bands include the EuroMutts and Alpen Echos. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

7th Annual Red, White & Blues Festival
Sept. 30 from 5 pm – 11 pm
Grove Winery, 7360 Brooks Bridge Rd, Gibsonville

Schedule: 5:00 pm Doors Open; 6:00 pm Not Dead Yet Blues Band; 7:40 pm Nathan Pope Band; 9:20 pm The Luxuriant Sedan. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Waterfall Festival
Oct. 1
Friday: 5pm – 9:30pm • Saturday: 10am – 9:30pm • Sunday: 12noon – 5pm
Living Waterscapes, 8401 Endicott Road, Cofax

Free event. Free hotdogs on Saturday, prizes, and a huge sale at the pond store. $5 pumpkins for sale all weekend at the pumpkin patch! Learn about our all natural ecosystem ponds & Infinity Waterfalls from staff experts. There will be bounce houses, face-painting, Paint-A-Pumpkin station available along with other fun activities for the entire family. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

5th Annual Spook-Tacular
Oct. 1 from Noon to 3pm
Northwood Animal Hospital
507 Eastchester Dr, High Point

Bring your dressed-up pet! Compete in contests. Over 30 local vendors on site offering an array of things for the whole family. Bounce house & music. $10 per adult. Kids 12 and under are free. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Autumn Arts & Crafts Show
Oct. 1 from Noon to 4
Kernersville Rec Center, 125 E Bodenhamer St, Kernersville

Open to the public. Featuring artists and craftspeople. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Art in the Arboretum
Oct. 1 from Noon to 5 pm

Greensboro Arboretum, 401 Ashland Dr, Greensboro

A juried art and fine craft event featuring fifty artists from throughout the region exhibiting their hand-crafted offerings in an outdoor gallery. This event also features entertainment on three stages, interactive art activities, Garden Quest, Art Bark, monarch butterfly exhibit, honey bee exhibit, and two food courts. Three local garden centers will also be on hand with an activity and plants available for sale. Admission is free. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Mayberry Food Truck Fest
Oct. 1 from Noon to 6 pm
Downtown Mt. Airy

Free admission, and $5 wristbands for alcohol. Live music. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Dixie Classic Fair
Oct. 1 – Oct. 8
Dixie Classic Fairgrounds, Winston-Salem

Delicious food, thrilling rides and the biggest pumpkins you’ve ever seen!
Sunday – Friday, 11:00 am–11:00 pm
Saturdays – 9:00 am–11:00 pm
Senior Adult Day, Starts 9:00 am, Tues., Oct. 3.
Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Kaleideum After Dark: Oktoberfest | Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks)
Oct. 6 from 6–9 pm
400 W. Hanes Mill Rd, Winston-Salem

Enjoy an Oktoberfest evening at Kaleideum for ages 21 and up! They’ll have pumpkins to carve, a contest to enter, and live music by The Piedmont Polka Practitioners. Hoots will provide seasonal beer, and Carolina Vineyards & Hops will serve wine. Oktoberfest dinners available for purchase from Lowes Foods, Reynolda. Admission: $20(+ tax) includes three drink tickets. Additional drink tickets $5 each. IDs checked at the door. Free Kaleideum pint glass to the first 50 people who purchase tickets online! Advance tickets available via the link above. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

USNWC Fall Finale
Oct. 7 from 9 am to 10 pm
US National Whitewater Center, 5000 Whitewater Center Parkway, Charlotte

Wrap up another great USNWC summer and River Jam Concert Series at Fall Finale. This year’s festival features Cider Sampling and the always entertaining and exciting BYOB (Build Your Own Boat) Competition, where participants create their own river-worthy vessels and put them to the test with a trip down the whitewater competition channel. Take part in the Dirty Dozen Obstacle Adventure Race through the USNWC trail system, or a yoga practice under the trees, before enjoying the sights and sounds of one of our final musical performances of the year. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

High Point Friends School Free Fall Festival 
October 7 from 10 am to 2 pm 
800 Quaker LaneHigh Point

Free and open to the public. Bounce houses, face painting, games and prizes. High Point Central Marching band will perform, free Kindermusik demos, and much more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Brushy Mountain Apple Festival
Oct. 7 from 8 am to 5 pm
Downtown North Wilkesboro

The Brushy Mountain Apple Festival is one of the largest one-day arts and crafts festivals in the Southeast.  Over 100 civic, church and other non-profit organizations participate in the festival. FREE! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Autumn Jubilee
Oct. 7 from 10 am to 6 pm
Dan Nicholas Park, Salisbury

Children and adults can enjoy the festival and park by riding three miniature trains, visiting the Hurley Train Station, riding a carousel, take a paddleboat ride or play some miniature golf and gem mining for either gems or sharks teeth. Be sure to go visit the Wildlife Adventure Center and the T.M. Stanback Petting Barn. Face painting, handcrafted crafters, music, food and lots of stuff for the kids. Free admission. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Asheboro Fall Festival XLIV
Oct. 7 and 8 from 10 am to 6 pm
Asheboro

Sponsored by the Randolph Arts Guild this festival is a combination of street fair, bazaar, harvest celebration and homecoming.  Held in downtown Asheboro the first Saturday and Sunday in October. The event boasts over 400 vendors, music, amusements, livestock show, heritage village and much more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Harvest Festival
Oct 7 from Noon to 3 pm
Harvest Baptist Church in Downtown Gibsonville

This is a FREE community wide event. There will be inflatables and games for kids, live music, and local vendors selling crafts and goods. It will be a fun afternoon for the whole family! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Community Day
Oct. 7 from 2 to 6 pm
Southwoods Animal Hospital, 3005 Randleman Rd, Greensboro

Join Southwoods Animal Hospital, the Randolph County SPCA, and Guilford County Police & Fire Departments for this free, fun event and fundraiser that benefits the American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life!  They’ll have games, prizes, food, informational booths and raffles for pet-related products. You’ll also get to see one of our doctors who raised the most funds for the American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life become a Human Ice Cream Sundae! This is a Pet-Friendly Event. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Family Fun Night
Oct. 7 from 3 pm to 9 pm
Lake Cammack, 4790 Union Ridge Rd, Burlington

Burlington Recreation & Parks invites families to the annual Fall Family Fun Night on Saturday, October 7th from 3pm – 9pm. Bring the family to Lake Cammack for an evening full of carnival type games, hot dogs, chips, drinks, hot chocolate, hayrides, and more. Families can also enjoy a movie on the big outdoor screen. Bring a blanket and enjoy the popcorn as you and your family watch the movie under the stars (movie begins at 7:30pm). Admission is $6 per person and ages 3 & under are free. For more information, please call (336) 421-3872.

Kernersville Oktoberfest
Oct. 7 from 4 pm to 7 pm
On the lawn at Körner’s Folly, Kernersville

Must be 21+ to attend. Kernersville Oktoberfest 2017 features local food and beverages inspired by German tradition. Enjoy seasonal beers and local treats in a festive atmosphere. Held on the lawn at Körner’s Folly.  All proceeds benefit Historic Körner’s Folly. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Last Summer Beach Party
Oct. 7 from 7 pm to 10 pm
Westbend Winery & Brewery, 5394 Williams Rd, Lewisville

Come say goodbye to summer, enjoy craft beer, wine and cider and the dance the night away with beach music by Fessa’ John Hooks DJ. Ticket are $5 per person, under 21 free. Bring the family, a chair and come enjoy the sunset and dance the night away.

Second Sundays on 4th
October 8 from 3 pm to 6 pm
4th Street from Cherry -> Marshall Block in Winston-Salem

Includes Threadbare Trio opening, Dirty Bourbon River Show headlining,  a kids coloring station, world-class face/body painter Cheryl Ann Lipstreu, a show car with a simulator pod inside from the Winston Cup Museum, pizza by the slice from Mellow Mushroom and just all kinds of fun! Bring a lawn chair! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Hops & Shop: Fall Fest
Oct 8 from Noon to 6 pm
Foothill Brewing Company’s Tasting Room, 3800 Kimwell Drive, Winston-Salem

Celebrate all things fall at Hops & Shop: Fall Fest is a fun, family friendly community event that welcomes over 100 local and regional vendors selling arts & craft, antique, and upcycled vendors as well as local businesses / organizations.  Four food trucks, live music, kids activities, pumpkin games, and a fundraiser raffle that benefits Foothills #crafthappiness recipient! Free Entry and Parking, kid friendly and dog friendly! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Dark in the Park
Oct. 12 from 5:30 pm to 8 pm
Bethabara Park, Winston-Salem

A Bethabara Concert Band & Family Evening with a Halloween twist. Food, games, music, and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Autumn Leaves Festival
Oct. 13-15
11:30 am to 9 pm on Friday; 9 am to 9 pm on Saturday; 1 pm to 5 pm on Sunday

Downtown Mt. Airy

Blue Grass and Gospel performed by local musicians on the downtown stage, plus lots of unique arts & crafts. The roster of artisans and craftspeople covers such media as pottery, paintings, textiles and jewelry. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trinity Elementary Fall Festival
Oct. 13 from 5 to 8 pm
Trinity Elementary, 5457 Braxton Craven Rd, Trinity

Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Hickory Oktoberfest
Oct. 13, 14 and 15
Friday 5 pm to 11 pm; Saturday 10 am to 11 pm; Sunday Noon to 5 pm

Downtown Hickory

Oktoberfest is a three day festival including a craft show, rides and games. Thirty-three food vendors will be selling home-baked chicken pot pies. roasted corn-on-the-cob, many ethnic foods,“funnel cakes,” hot dogs and hamburgers. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trail of Treats
Oct. 13 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Bolton Park, 1590 Bolton St, Winston-Salem

A FREE Halloween-themed community resource fair for elementary-age children and their families. More than 40 information booths operated by non-profits, community and youth organizations and county agencies will be set up in the park for kids to participate in a game or other activity and win a treat or prize. While the kids are enjoying the activities, their parents or caregivers can learn about resources in the community for families with children, such as school nutrition programs, scouts and after-school programs. Children are encouraged to come in their Halloween costumes. There will also be a pumpkin patch and bingo with kid-themed prizes under the shelter. Food trucks will be set up around the park.

Fulton Family YMCA Fall Festival
Oct 13 from 6-8pm
Fulton Family YMCA, 385 West Hanes Mill Road, Winston-Salem

Free to all! Bring your friends and family to enjoy trunk or treat, carnival games, bounce house, face painting, bingo, and hot dog dinner ($4.00). Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

First Annual Friday Food Trucks Tracks Bazaar
Oct. 13 from 6 to 10 pm
302 W Gate City Blvd, Greensboro

Come hungry and thirsty, we are there to serve you with delicious food trucks, tasty beers and other beverages in an awesome environment known as Tracks Bazaar. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Movie Night at the Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 13 from 7 to 8 pm
Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem

Bring the family out for a Movie Night in the Pumpkin Patch. They’ll show “The Great Pumpkin”. Bring a chair or a blanket and join them on the front lawn! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

PLC Land Jam 2017
Oct. 13 at 8 pm
Carolina Theatre, 310 South Greene Street, Greensboro

Celebrate 27 years of local land conservation with the music of Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn. Laurelyn Dossett will open the show. Thanks to generous event sponsors, all proceeds directly support local land conservation activities and programs. Tickets are $60, $45, $32, $25 or $20, depending on seating location. A $3 theatre facility fee and applicable NC sales tax will be added to the price of each ticket.

Harvest Day at Old Salem
Oct. 14 from 9:30am – 4:30pm
Old Salem Historic District

A fun-filled day of activities involving favorite fall foods from the harvest. Celebrate the fall harvest with hands-on activities, historic demonstrations, local exhibitors and more!

Bur-Mil Park Fall Festival
Oct. 14 from 10 am to 3 pm
Bur-Mil-Park, Greensboro

Free and open to the public! A fun-filled family event to kick off the fall season! Enjoy food, games, hayrides, face-painting, balloon animals, and buy a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Visit the more than 40 vendors and exhibitors participating this year for everything from craft demonstrations to wildlife and environmental information. Expect music, dancing, a bounce house, and other entertainment. Come hungry for hot dogs, sandwiches, funnel cakes, shaved ice, and much more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Gibsonville Fall Festival
Oct. 14 from 10 am to 4 pm
Downtown Gibsonville

The Annual Gibsonville Fall Festival is a growing community and family oriented event attracting thousands of people each year. The festival offers an opportunity for residents of Alamance, Guilford, and surrounding areas to enjoy arts and crafts, foods, children’s activities, business exhibits, garden train, and great live entertainment. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fire Prevention Event
Oct. 14 at 11 am
Fire Station 1, 200 East Center Street, Lexington

Free hot dogs and drinks, a bounce house, a live DJ, fire extinguisher training, and so much more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Homowo Heritage Festival
Oct. 14 from Noon to 3 pm
St. Philips Heritage Center (911 South Church Street), Winston-Salem

A celebration of African American foodways and culture! Enjoy food tastings of authentic African dishes, African American soul food and vegetable dishes prepared by community garden groups.   The NC Gourd Society will have a display of gourd varieties and crafted gourds, along with information on growing your own. The event will include African drumming, dancing, and hands-on activities such as okra painting, games and displays. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Annual Fall Festival
Oct. 14 from Noon to 6 pm
Whitaker Farms, 2991 Providence Church Rd, Climax

Child Admission: $10 and includes admission to the play area (slide, tire tower, rope maze, corn hole, corn pits, hay tunnel, etc.), inflatables, unlimited hay and train rides, petting zoo, 1 popcorn and drink included with your admission. Adult Admission: $5 and excludes the train rides and inflatables due to weight limits. 1 popcorn and drink included with your admission. **Pony rides will be an extra charge. Face Painting is free for a small pumpkin decal! Also enjoy food trucks and the pumpkin patch. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

1st Annual Bloktoberfest
Oct. 14 from Noon to 7 pm
JW Thomas Way in the heart of Historic Downtown Thomasville (directly off of Salem Street)

Presented by Refined & Co., Copper Still Taproom, and Salem Vintage. A FREE kid-friendly event (donations encouraged). There will be a full stage with Live LOCAL Music all day. There will be dozens of LOCAL vendors on site showcasing all of their extraordinary arts, crafts & handmade products; live street entertainment throughout, from canvas painters to face painters;  delicious food & treats served all day; a Craft Beer flowing from the taps of Copper Still Taproom with a direct entry to & from the event.(All Alcohol is prohibited outdoors); and a raffle. No alcohol is allowed outside, no glass containers allowed. Chairs, Blankets, Strollers & Umbrellas are fine. This event will be held RAIN OR SHINE. Unless there is severe weather, there could be updated delays. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Pine State Holiday
Oct. 14 at 1 pm
SECCA, 750 Marguerite Dr, Winston-Salem

Enjoy the outdoors with live music, yoga classes, food trucks and workshops. Pine State Holiday is an all-ages event, beginning in the early afternoon and going into the evening. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fallin’ Into Autumn Festival
Oct. 14 from 3 pm to 9 pm
New Hope Presbyterian Church, 2750 Harper Rd, Clemmons

Face Painting, Door Prizes, Bounce House, Music, Vendors, Food & Drink. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Sixth Annual Ghost Stories
Oct. 14 from 6 pm to 8 pm
High Point Museum, 1859 E. Lexington Ave| High Point

Bring chairs and blankets to sit and listen to the family friendly, frightening and amusing ghost stories. Snacks including s’mores and popcorn will be for sale. There will be pumpkin painting and decorating available for a small fee. Enjoy corn hole, sidewalk chalk, and a Halloween photo booth. Paul’s Magic will be doing face painting from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Admission is free and costumes are welcome. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct 14 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Crews United Methodist Church, 4150 Reidsville Rd, Kernersville

The event will include chicken stew, hot dogs, desserts, kids costume contest at 5:30 p.m., cake walk, bounce house, and hay rides. In the event of rain, the event will be held in the fellowship hall. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Touch A Truck
Oct. 15 from 12 pm to 4 pm
The Fresh Market Parking Lot off New Garden Road, Greensboro

Touch A Truck is an interactive event where children can climb upon, explore, and learn about various vehicles in a fun, festival-type atmosphere. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 15 from 1 to 4 pm
Triad Park, Shelter #1, 9562 W Market St, Kernersville

Mission Medstaff would like to invite all employees, clients, friends and family to its 1st annual fall festival. There will be activities for children of all ages, such as face painting, bounce house, balloons, playground, food, games and music, fun for the whole family!

NC State Fair
Oct. 12-22
State Fairgrounds, Raleigh

This year’s fair is all about seeking out and showcasing the finest of North Carolina. Whether that be in a horse show, livestock show, culinary, handicraft or art competition, or  the “Homegrown North Carolina” concert series. Click the link above for times, events, and deals and discounts! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Free Trunk or Treat in Winston-Salem
Oct. 20 at 6 pm
Frank Myers Auto Maxx, 4200 N Patterson Ave, Winston-Salem

A safe night of family-friendly Halloween fun for kid of all ages! Free candy, popcorn & drinks PLUS a bounce house, big slide and music from our DJ. Rain or shine! Costumes are encouraged but nothing scary and please no pretend or real weapons. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Hall-Woodward Elementary School Fall Festival
Oct. 20 from 6 to 8 pm
Hall-Woodward Elementary School, 125 Nicholson Rd, Winston-Salem

Fun, Food, Games, Haunted House, Costumes. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Moonshine in the Meadow
Oct. 20 at 6:30 pm
Horton Meadow, 924 South Main Street, Winston-Salem

Moonshine in the Meadow is Old Salem Museums & Garden’s annual, signature fundraiser featuring a down-home, casual feel!  Enjoy live music by Cooper Alan and Below the Line, autumn-inspired fare by Diamondback Grill, and an open bar with, of course, moonshine! Each attendee takes home a complimentary Moonshine in the Meadow long-sleeved t-shirt. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
October 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA, Winston-Salem (near Hanes Park)

Bring the whole family and join in the fall fun with fire pits and s’mores, bounce houses, face painting, carnival games and more! Special prizes also available. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Carolina BalloonFest
Oct. 20, 21 and 22
Friday 3 pm to 8:30 pm; Saturday 7:00 am to 8:30 pm; Sunday 7 am to 6 pm

Near Statesville Regional Airport at 260 Hangar Drive, Statesville

Carolina BalloonFest is a fun-filled weekend of outstanding entertainment, attractions and family activities.  Enjoy the sights & sounds of over 50 colorful hot air balloons. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

The 20th Annual Woofstock
Oct. 21 and Oct. 22
Downtown Graham

Live entertainment, training demonstrations, dog shows, craft vendors, raffles, food trucks and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Kernersville Pumpkin Run 2017
Oct. 21 from 7:30 am to 11 am
Kernersville Town Hall

Gather up the family for this exciting fall event! All ages are invited to walk or run the exciting 5K or 1-mile course starting at Town Hall, promoting health & fitness while having fun. Participants are encouraged to come in costume for this festive event. The annual Pumpkin Run features Live Entertainment, Kid’s Activities, Costume Contest for Adults, Children & Dogs, PRIZES & PUMPKINS!! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Pumpkin Pancake Day & Celebration
Oct. 21 from 8 am to 11:30 am
Greensboro Farmers Market, 501 Yanceyville St, Greensboro

Guest chef Alex Amoroso of Cheesecakes by Alex will serve his famous light and fluffy pumpkin pancakes, made with his special recipe that includes market-sourced farm fresh eggs.  Two large pancakes will be served with a choice of toppings. The cost is $5 per plate with proceeds benefiting the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market, while supplies last. Live music. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Stokesdale Fall Festive Craft Fair
Oct. 21 from 9 am to 6 pm
8407 Stokesdale St, Stokesdale

Over 90 vendors, inside and outside. Handmade crafts and food trucks, jams , jellies , breads, mini donuts , hotdogs, brats, jewelry, handcrafted wood items, sewing ,face painting ,music and so much more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Police Department Community Day
Oct. 21 from 10 am to 2 pm
High Point Police Department, 1009 Leonard Ave, High Point

Join the High Point Police Department for its Community Day! This free event will have games, police vehicles on display, a bounce house, a Halloween costume contest, free food, Cops vs. Kids kickball game, and tactical and K-9 demonstrations!

Reidsville Fall Jubille
Oct. 21 from 10 am to 9 pm
Downtown Reidsville

Event organizers are still lining up vendors for what promises to be a great family event! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Pumpkin Palooza
Oct. 21 from 11 am to 2 pm
Greensboro Science Center, 4301 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro

Join them for a fantastic fall festival featuring everyone’s favorite gourd – the pumpkin. The Fresh Market will be giving out free samples of tasty pumpkin treats and providing face painting, games and a coloring contest for attendees. In addition, The Fresh Market will give each child a complimentary pumpkin (while supplies last)! Children are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes (no masks, please). Pumpkin Palooza activities are free of charge with general admission or membership.

Harvest Festival Oyster Roast
Oct. 21 from 11 am to 5 pm
Raylen Vineyards, 3577 US Highway 158, Mocksville

Celebrate this year’s harvest with a fall Oyster Roast. Full MOON Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant will be serving up delicious oysters and more all day. Chuck Johnson and Charlyhorse will play live from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM in the pavilion. Rain or shine. Tickets will be $5 in advance and $10 at the Gate. Picnic baskets, chairs welcome. No outside alcohol. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Harvest Food Truck Challenge
Oct. 21 from 11 am to 5 pm
Kernersville Town Hall

Enjoy a variety of flavors for a great day of eating, music & family fun that Kernersville has to offer. Vendors will offer their best dish and a panel of taste-testing judges will award a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place cash prizes. Live Music by The Brickhouse Band (Raleigh, NC). Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Yadkin Valley Grape Festival
Oct. 21 from 11 am to 5 pm
Directions on web site link

Wine tastings and live entertainment. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

The Crafty Llama Art & Craft Bazaar
Oct. 21 from 11 am to 5 pm
Divine Llama Vineyards, 4126 Divine Llama Ln, East Bend

The Crafty Llama is a fundraiser for Financial Pathways of the Piedmont, a local nonprofit in Winston-Salem, NC. This event offers a fun filled Saturday of art, crafts, pottery, raffles, excellent music, llama, wine and food trucks. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

FALL Harvest Jamboree
Oct. 21 from Noon to 4 pm
Christ Temple Church of Deliverance, 384 Heath St, Greensboro

Free event featuring Food (including, Hot Dogs, Corn on the Cob, Chili, Potatoe Salad and more), Candied Apples, Cupcakes, Popcorn, LOTS OF CANDY, Bumper Jumper Castle, Crafts, Coloring, Games, & Prizes, Fellowship, Music, and Singing, and a WORD for your Spirit.

NOMAD Farms Festival of the Arts
Oct. 21 from Noon to 5 pm
NOMAD Farms, 6301 Doral Dr, Tobaccoville

Shop a plethora of eclectic artisan-vendors at this 2nd annual festival. Twenty percent of proceeds go to farm camp scholarships + grass seed for clean pastures + land stewardship. Explore the farm, listen to live music in nature’s amphitheater surrounded by a 3-D painting of fall leaves and watercolor sky, collect fine art, clean food, & creative gifts. $5 pp w/ kids under 10 free. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Fun | Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks)
Oct. 21 from 1–4 pm
400 W. Hanes Mill Rd, Winston-Salem

Enjoy “spooky science” demos and experiments, Halloween Rock laser shows in the Planetarium (2, 3, and 4 pm), and trick-or-treating for candy and novelty items (2-4 pm). Costumes encouraged. Bring a bag for your treats! Included with museum admission and free for members. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Hero Day at the Maze
Oct. 21 from 1 to 6 pm
Greenhill Family Farm, 679 Greenhill Road, Mocksville

Greenhill is donating portions of the day’s proceeds to the NC Benevolent Funds for both law and fire to help families of ones hurt in the line of duty or who has become ill.  Expect to see is a live car extrication demonstration, K9  Dog demonstration,  painting by the maze hosted by Wild Mountain Art Studio, lots of bounce houses and Fire Trucks galore, and pumpkin drop at 6 pm! (Pumpkins filled with lots of candy)

Ghoulash! Halloween Festival
Oct. 21 from 2 to 6 pm
Center City & LeBauer Park in Greensboro

Game booths, Arts and crafts, ECO Bus, Face painting, Bingo, Trick-or-treating, Pumpkin patch, Food trucks and adult beverages provided by local breweries, Bounce houses and inflatables, Haunted house presented by City Arts. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct 21 from 3 to 6 pm
Living Hope Church, 1339 North Main St. (at the corner of Bethel Church Rd. and Main)

Fun and games – bounce house, photo booth, face painting, and games with prizes. Hot dogs, snacks and drinks will be available. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

8th Annual Quaker Lake Pumpkin Festival
Oct. 21 from 3 to 7 pm
Quaker Lake Camp, 1503 NC-62, Climax, NC 27233

The Pumpkin Festival offers many fun activities for all ages including hayrides, pumpkin painting, tower swing, inflatables, canoeing, pumpkin smashing, face painting and live music! Fill up on all your festival favorites including hot dogs, pizza, funnel cakes, popcorn, cotton candy, fried Oreos and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 21 from 3 – 8 pm
Southeast Church of the Nazarene

Bounce houses, kids crafts, free food/drinks, games, family photos taken by a photographer, etc…all for FREE!! $1 raffle tickets being sold for a chance to win one of two drawings: a $25 Food Lion gift card or a $20 VISA gift card.

Trunk OR Treat at HGUMC
Oct. 21 from 4 pm to 6 pm
Hickory Grove UMC, 5959 Hickory Grove Rd, Greensboro

FREE ADMISSION! Have your kids come in costume and tour an array of decorated car trunks to trick OR treat in safety! There will be a large fun pumpkin patch that will be open as well! Bounce house will be up and fun guests like Macon’s Martial Arts, Inc. will be present! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival at Ardmore Moravian Church
Oct. 21 from 4 to 6 pm
Ardmore Moravian Church, 2013 West Academy St, Winston-Salem

A night of food, fun and fellowship. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Harvest Festival & Trunk or Treat
Oct. 21 from 4 to 7 pm
Woodlawn Baptist Church, 3201 N Main St, High Point

Games, prizes, trunk or treat, free food, bounce houses and live music! Trunk or Treat starts at 6 pm. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween “Spooky Hoopla”
Oct. 21 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
High Point Parks & Rec, 136 Northpoint Ave, High Point

Costume contest, Haunted Trail, gaming truck, trunk or treat, and food trucks with goodies for sale. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Ghost Stories at Blandwood
Oct. 21 at 7 pm

Blandwood Mansion, 447 West Washington Street, Greensboro

A Halloween tradition of Ghost Stories continues! Located in downtown Greensboro, Blandwood has stood for more than 200 years, witnessing the passage of time, historic events, and the lives of its occupants. Storyteller Cynthia Moore Brown will weave her magic with spine-tingling stories, historic legends and fanciful tales about North Carolina. Guests will be charged $5 each. Space is limited. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Seating is on the floor and first come is first served. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Stories are school age appropriate. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Fun
Oct. 22 from 1 – 4 pm
Kaleideum North, 400 W Hanes Mill Rd, Winston-Salem

Included with admission; members free. Trick-or-treat with “spooky science” demos, Halloween Rock laser shows in the Planetarium, and more. Sponsored by Novant Health, Publix Super Markets Charities, Baby + Co., and Tina S. Merhoff & Associates.

Monster Dash and Goblin Hop
Oct. 22 from 2 to 4 pm
3210 Village Point Dr, Clemmons

Children are invited to dress in their Halloween costume and “goblin hop” along the greenway. Local businesses and organizations will have tables along the greenway with kid’s activities/games. Each table will provide a treat/giveaway for the participants. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Vienna Fallfest 2017
Oct. 22 from 2 to 5 pm
Vienna Elementary School, 1975 Chickasha Dr, Pfafftown

Over 35 classroom baskets to auction off and fantastic raffle prizes including Disney tickets and a farmhouse dining room table made by a Vienna grandparent! You can spend the afternoon singing along with Mr. Howe on a fun hayride down Chickasha, climbing up a rock wall and sliding down our inflatable! Get your face painted, color your hair pink and blue, battle in a silly string war, and play LOTS of FREE games to win candy prizes! FREE snowcones, FREE popcorn and selling water!

Pumpkin Patch Palooza
Oct. 22 from 4 to 6 pm
Maple Springs United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem

FREE admission and parking, donations of canned food accepted. Pumpkin Patch Palooza will feature free food, live music, games, prizes, inflatables, a petting zoo, and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk or Treat
Oct 22 from 4 to 7 pm

First Christian Church,  1130 N. Main Street, Kernersville

There will trunks decorated and ready for children to safely walk the trail in the parking lot and collect candy and goodies. In addition to the trunks, there will be food trucks, hay rides, and carnival games. This is a family event. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival at Starmount Presbyterian Church
Oct. 22 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Starmount Presbyterian Church, West Market Street, Greensboro

Join them for live music, trunk-or-treating, food trucks, hayrides & more. Mark your calendar for one of Starmount’s most fun community events of the year! Neighbors of all ages are welcome. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Hallelujah Night: Trunk-or-Treat & Tailgate Party
Oct. 22 from 5 to 7 pm
Williams Memorial CME Church, 3400 Triangle Lake Rd, High Point

FREE event for the whole community. There will be food, candy, and fun for all ages! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown 
Oct. 22 from 5 to 7 pm
Geeksboro Coffee and Beverage Company, 2134 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro

Every year, The Great Pumpkin decends upon Geeksboro Coffee & Beverage Company for a special, annual screening of the delightful Charlie Brown And Snoopy Halloween special It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown! Will Old Man Linus finally catch the great Pumpkin this year? Bring your kids and find out!  Admisison is FREE with drink purchase. And if the Great Pumpkin shows up, they promise to bring FREE CANDY for all the kids.

Tractor & Treat
Oct. 24 from 5:30 pm to 7 pm
Summerfield Farms, 3202 Pleasant Ridge Rd, Summerfield

Enjoy delicious food trucks, our fire pit and The Market at Summerfield Farms. Admission fee is required upon entry and based on car. Cash only. Bring your food donations for Backpack Beginnings with you to the event to help us fight childhood hunger in Guilford County! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 24 from 6 to 8 pm
Childcare Network, 3595 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem

Corn hole, cake walk, pumpkin bowling, apple prints, face painting, silent auction, and much more. All activities free. Hotdog dinner $5 (cash only).

Halloween Craft Night
Oct. 25 from 3:30 to 9 pm
East Coast Wings + Grill, 301 S. Main Street, King

East Coast Wings will be providing three craft choices and all the supplies needed.

Trunk or Treat and Halloween Carnival
Oct 25 from 5:30pm-7pm
Christ United Methodist Church, 410 N. Holden Rd. Greensboro

Wear your costumes and join us for a night of family-friendly fun at Christ United Methodist Church’s annual Trunk or Treat and Halloween Carnival! Dinner ($6/person, $20/family maximum) begins at 5:30pm; trunk-or-treating and carnival begin at 6:15pm. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival 2017
Oct. 25 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm
Old Town Baptist Church, 4386 Shattalon Dr, Winston-Salem

FREE family fun. Hot dogs will be served from 6:00 – 6:30. Trunk or Treat, face painting, cotton candy, popcorn, inflatables, and candy!

West Market Street Church Fall Festival
Oct. 25 from 6:30-8:30 pm
West Market Street UMC, 3rd Floor Children’s Area, Greensboro

Take part in a family friendly FREE evening of games, crafts and lots of candy. Wear your costume and come make new friends! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

YLU Trunk or Treat
Oct. 26 from 5 to 6:30 pm
YWCA High Point, 112 Gatewood Ave, High Point

Young Leaders United Greater High Point is hosting their 2nd annual Trunk or Treat event. This event is open to the public and volunteers are needed! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

F4L Zumba Party, Costume Contest and Trunk or Treat
Oct. 26 from 6 to 8 pm
Fit4Life Greensboro, 4634 Hicone Rd, Greensboro

Celebrate Oct and Halloween with a Costume Contest, Trunk or Treat and Deadlift Competition! Prizes, Vendors and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

HalloWheels Spooky Scavenger Hunt
Oct. 26 from 6:30 – 9 pm
Foothills Brewery, 638 West 4th Street, Winston-Salem

Explore the city by bike while taking photos, completing challenges, and solving puzzles. This scavenger hunt is open to all ages and abilities. You can do it solo, with some friends or take advantage of the guided group option. We’ll give you clues and tasks to complete across downtown Winston-Salem. Ride at your own pace and do as much or as little as you want. You’ll need a bike, lights, and sense of adventure.

Ghost Train® Halloween Festival at Tweetsie Railroad
October 6-7, 13–14, 20–21, 27–28
Blowing Rock

Tweetsie Railroad will celebrate its annual Ghost Train® Halloween Festival. The park has a variety of tricks and treats that are best suited to the bravest souls, as well as ones more appropriate for younger guests. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

PetSmart Halloween Spooktacular
Oct. 21 and 28 from Noon to 3 pm
Triad area PetSmart locations

Join them in store for a spooktacular Halloween celebration! Dress your pet in their Halloween best for an exclusive photo-op with PetSmart’s Chance the dog! Pet parents will also take home a FREE pet collar safety light, treat & apparel coupons. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Bazaar at Clemmons UMC
Oct. 27th at 7:30 am – Oct. 28th at 11 am
Clemmons United Methodist Church, 3700 Clemmons Rd, Clemmons

Halloween Spooktacular
Oct. 27 from 3 – 5 pm
Downtown Burlington

Burlington Recreation & Parks in partnership with the Burlington Downtown Corporation presents the 7th annual Burlington Downtown Halloween Spooktacular. Kids 12 and under are invited to participate in a costume parade through downtown that ends with trick-or-treating. FREE event. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Party
October 27 at 4 pm
Lewisville Branch Library

Stop by the Lewisville Branch Library for their Halloween Bash! They will have games, crafts, and
face painting. Wear your most creative costume and enter the costume show. Fun for all ages. A costume is not necessary to participate.

Fall Fest
Oct. 27 from 5 – 7 pm
Meadowlark Elementary parking lot, 401 Meadowlark Dr, Winston-Salem

Sponsored by G3 Church. Expect inflatables, trunk or treat, free hotdog dinner. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 27 from 5:30 to 7 pm
Glenn High School, 1600 Union Cross Rd, Kernersville

Join them for a FREE, family friendly Fall Festival at Robert B. Glenn High School! They will have trunk or treat, photo booth, bounce house, food, games, and more! Glenn HS football Kick-off – 7:30pm.

New Philly Fall Festival
Oct. 27 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm
New Philadelphia Moravian Church, 4440 Country Club Rd, Winston-Salem

Come out with your family and friends and enjoy a safe evening of trunk or treating, crafts, games, candy, vendors and food! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 27 at 6 pm
Beth Schmidt Park 2150, Elon Park Dr, Elon

Fall Festival
Oct. 27 at 6 pm – 8 pm
Smith Farm Elementary, 4250 Johnny Knoll Lane, Winston-Salem

Call school for more details. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Annual Fall Festival
October 27 from 6 pm to 8:30 pm
Jerry Long Family YMCA, Clemmons

Enjoy a FREE night of games and family fun! Donations of non-perishable food items to benefit the Clemmons Food Pantry and recommended. Included: Carnival games, pumpkin patch and decorating, food trucks, bouncy houses, hay rides, bonfire with marshmellow roasting, and showing of “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” on back fields at 8 pm. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

2nd Annual Downtown Graham Pumpkin Bash
Oct. 27 from 6 to 9 pm
Downtown Graham (on closed streets of courthouse square)

Fright Night at the Farm
Oct. 27 from 6 pm – 10 pm
Old Homeplace Vineyard, 623 McGee Road, Winston-Salem

DJ Glenn Snider will be pumping out the tunes while you enjoy the company of our great patrons and staff. They will be giving away prizes for best female, male, and couples costumes. $5 admission for non-wine club members.

HalloWheels Bike-In Movie
Oct. 27 from 6:15 – 10:45 pm
Marketplace Mall, 2101 Peters Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem

The group ride will be around 15 miles round trip. We’ll meet at the entrance to the Salem Creek Greenway, near Marketplace Mall at 6:15 and ride to Stitch Design Shop to watch “Young Frankenstein” then we’ll lead the group back after the movie is over. There will be food, drinks, a movie and we’re sure you’ll enjoy yourself.

Winston-Salem Christian School Fall Festival 
Oct. 27 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Winston-Salem Christian School, 3730 University Pkwy, Winston-Salem

Bounce Houses, Carnival Games, Food Trucks & more!

Legends and Lanterns
Oct. 27 and 28 from 7 pm to 9 pm
Old Salem, Frank L. Horton Museum Center, 924 South Main Street, Winston-Salem

Walking tour at Old Salem. Cross our covered bridge to meet your guide for the evening, who will light the way by lantern through Salem’s nighttime streets. Visit several haunted stops in the historic district, where you will hear tales of a local ghostly legend, or interact with a person from the past.

Skate & Scare
Oct. 27 from 7 pm to 10 pm
Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex

Costume contest, scary music, trick or treat, food and drink, admission $7, ice skate rental $3.

Lexington BBQ Festival
Oct. 28
Lexington

You’ll find more than 300+ art/craft  vendors, rides, activities for families, and of course, lots of world famous Lexington Barbecue.  A variety entertainment happens on music stages.  FREE. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Happy Fall Y’All Celebration
October 28 from 9 am to Noon
Village Family Chiropractic, 717 Graves St, Kernersville

Join them to celebrate fall. Here is what will be offered: B.Y.O.P. Pumpkin Painting, Adjustment specials, Free food and drink, Free Raffles and Prizes, Lots of fun activities for the kids! Call today to schedule your family’s check up for the day of the party! 336.747.3138. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Southern Charm at the Farm
Oct. 28 from 9 am to 5 pm
Tanglewood Park, Clemmons

North Carolina’s premiere artisan show featuring everything Repurposed, Vintage, Locally and Handmade! Over 200 vendors, a huge selection of food trucks, and live music. $3.00 admission for adults if you prepay for tickets online…tickets will be $5.00 at the gate, but unlike last show, parking will be FREE! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Pumpkin Carving
Oct. 28 from 10 am to 3 pm
Salem Square (corner of Academy & South Main Streets), Winston-Salem

Free event, donations appreciated. Participants will have a chance to win prizes in various categories. The carved pumpkins will be lighted and displayed on the Salem Square fence on Sunday, October 29, during a district-wide trick or treating event for the public from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Participants can take their jack-o-lanterns home, if they wish, after 7:30 p.m. on October 29. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from Noon to 2 pm
Overflow Church, 6483 Old US Highway 52, Welcome

PetSmart Halloween Spooktacular
Oct.  28 from Noon to 3 pm
Triad area PetSmart locations

Join them in store for a spooktacular Halloween celebration! Dress your pet in their Halloween best for an exclusive photo-op with PetSmart’s Chance the dog! Pet parents will also take home a FREE pet collar safety light, treat & apparel coupons. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct 28 from 12 to 4 pm
Horsepower Therapeutic Learning Center,  8001 Leabourn Rd. in Colfax

The event will provide activities for all ages including: Kid’s Corral, pony rides, beer camp; wine tent provided by Pig Pounder. Brewery and live music provided by local musician Ronnie Lee. In addition, local vendors in the community will provide items for sale from jewelry to handmade soaps to local art and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

HalloWheels Poloween
Oct. 28 from Noon to 4 pm
Ardmore Park, Winston-Salem

Pick-up games from 12:00 to 4:00 and a cookout starting at 1:00.

Fall Festival
Oct. 28 from Noon to 4 pm
Harvest Church, 4915 Guilford College Rd, Greensboro

Fall Round’Up – YARN, Possum & Wurlizter + Food Truck Rodeo
Oct. 28 from Noon to 11:30 pm
Wise Man Brewing, 826 Angelo Brothers Ave. (formerly N. Main), Winston-Salem

Craft beers, food trucks and bands!

Annual DADA Halloween!
Oct. 28 from Noon to 3 pm
Winston-Salem Downtown Arts District, 604 North Trade Street, Winston-Salem

Fall Festival
Oct. 28 from Noon to 5 pm
Green Meadows Baptist Church, 1646 NC Highway 801 N, Mocksville

Trunk or Treat at Friendly Hills Church
Oct 28 from 1 – 3pm
Friendly Hills Church, 1450 Guilford College Road, Jamestown

Children and families are invited to dress up for this trunk or treat event. There will be games, candy, and bounce houses. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 28 from 1 to 4 pm
Peeler Center, 1300 Sykes Ave, Greensboro

Explore and interact with animals and exhibits on the ECO bus. Enjoy music, trunk-or-treat, arts and crafts, festival games and a popcorn bar. One free mini pumpkin for the first 25 children. Other pumpkins are available for purchase at pumpkin patch. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Downtown Greensboro Trick-Or-Treat
Oct. 28 from 1 to 4 pm
Downtown Greensboro

Bring the family for a Trick-Or-Treat at participating Downtown Greensboro businesses! Come dressed in your costume and/or get your face painted at Vintage to Vogue Boutique. Candy bags (while supplies last) and lists of participating businesses will also be available to pick up at Vintage to Vogue Boutique. All participating businesses will have an orange pumpkin displayed in their window. Some participating will join the Teal Pumpkin Project and provide non-food items for kids that have allergies – designated with a teal pumpkin in the window.

Happy Halloween Family Party
Oct. 28 from 2 – 3 pm
Archdale Public Library, 10433 S Main St, Archdale

Slightly spooky stories, games and refreshments will be offered along with a costume contest. No registration or fee is required. Call 336-431-3811 for more info!

United Way Trunk-or-Treat
Oct. 28th from 2-4pm
United Way of Greater Greensboro 1500 Yanceyville St, Greensboro

Fun, family-friendly event with United Way Young Leaders, community partners, and volunteers as they decorate the trunks of their cars and fill them with candy and treats! Bring your little ghosts and ghouls, princesses and superheroes in costume to TRUNK-or-TREAT! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Kernersville Zombie Crawl
Oct 28 from 2 – 6
Downtown Kernersville

There will be six stops where zombies will get a drink and an appetizer. Tickets are $30 and proceeds go to Cystic Fibrosis Belle Raisers. There will also be Best Zombie Costume Contests with $500 in prizes. Stops will include Angela’s Ale House, Bistro B & Wine Bar, The Brewer’s Kettle, Breathe Lounge, Eclection, and Mae’s Vintage Kitchen.

Great Pumpkin Event
Oct. 28 at 3 pm
Oak Ridge Commons Shopping Center, 2205 Oak Ridge Road, Oak Ridge

The Great Pumpkin Event
Oct 28 from 3 – 5 pm
Commons Shopping Center, 2205 Oak Ridge Road, Oak Ridge

Sponsored by the Merchants of Oak Ridge, the event will feature tables along the shopping center, handing out candy. There will also be music, hayrides, a costume contest, and candy. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival/Trunk-or-Treat
Oct. 28 from  3-5 p.m.
Irving Park United Methodist Church, 1510 W. Cone Blvd, Greensboro

Calling all Trolls, Minions, Pirates, and Witches!  Join in a Halloween shindig that’s sure please.  They’ll have games, crafts, pumpkin decorating, food and fun galore.  Who knows there may be even more, ’cause at Halloween you never know what’s in store. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Wine, Cheese & Chocolate
Oct. 28 from 3 pm to 6 pm
The Budding Artichoke, 2301 Sandy Ridge Rd, High Point

Join in exploring the goodness local vineyards, cheese makers, and chocolatiers are doing the in the Piedmont area. Stop in for tastings and take some home. Grove Winery, Buffalo Creek Farm and Black Mountain Chocolate will be featured. Along with the music stylings of Three Leaf Clover, The Artichoke will be hopping. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Fun Fest
Oct. 28 from 3 to 6 pm
Downtown Salisbury, 217 S. Main Street, Salisbury

Jeepers Creepers
Oct. 28 from 3 pm to 8 pm
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, 1215 Creekshire Way, Winston-Salem

The second annual Jeepers Creepers fundraising event to support Brenner’s Children’s Hospital. A Trunk or Treat for the community children, raffles, vendors, food, and a costume contest. Decorate your Jeep and bring plenty of candy! Contact camelcityoffroad16@gmail.com for registration information. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

A Lemony Snicket Halloween
Oct. 28 at 3 pm
R. J. Reynolds Memorial Auditorium, 301 N. Hawthorn Rd., Winston-Salem

Presented by the Winston-Salem Symphony. It’s a Halloween celebration of spooky sounds and detective stories like no other! Put your crime fighting skills to the test and join WFDD’s David Ford, appearing as beloved children’s book character Lemony Snicket, for The Composer is Dead as he leads us on a tour around the orchestra for clues to solve the mystery. Come dressed in your Halloween costume attire and take part in our on-stage costume parade for kids of all ages! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

SJL Church and School Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 4 to 5 pm
St. John’s Lutheran School, 2415 Silas Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem

Come join the fun in a safe environment. All kids welcome. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 4 to 6 pm
Macedonia Moravian Church, 700 NC Highway 801 N, Advance

Fall Festival And Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 4 to 6 pm
Impact Church Greensboro, 4705 N Church St, Greensboro

Bobbing for apples, pumpkin painting and more!

Howl-O-Ween Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 4 – 8 pm
Midway Town Center, 11141 Old US Highway 52, Winston-Salem

Pumpkin Party Festival
Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 pm
Hillsdale Church, 5018 US Highway 158, Advance

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 5 – 7 pm
 Buffaloe Lanes, 103 South Fifth Street, Mebane

Huge parking lot with the back ends of vans and trucks decorated in a variety of fun themes; complete with games and treats. From babies on up to grandpas and grandmas, there is something for everyone. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Reagan High School Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 pm
Reagan High School, 3750 Transou Rd, Pfafftown

Reagan High School will host a trunk or treat in the parking lot. Student clubs and teams will host each trunk. Trunks will be themed according to the club or team. Trunks with teal pumpkins will provide nut and allergen free candy.

Fall Festival and Trunk or Treat!
Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 pm
Bethlehem Christian Church, 3003 Altamahaw Race Track Road, Elon

Fall Festival at Chick-fil-A
Oct. 28 from 5 to 7:30 pm
Chick-fil-A on Peace Haven Rd, Winston-Salem

Candy, pumpkins, games and fun on the back lawn. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 5 pm to 7:30 pm
First Baptist Church, 2515 Bellemeade Street, High Point

Join them for a spook-tacular night full of trunks, treats and so much fun!  Bring your children in costume to trick or treat in a fun, safe environment. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

West Side Baptist Church Trunk or Treat
Oct. 28 from 5 – 8 pm
595 S. Peace Haven Rd, Winston-Salem

Trunk or treat, hay rides, pumpkin decorating for kids and roasting marshmallows by the fire pit…bring your friends! No charge. For more information, click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Carnival
Oct. 28 from 5 to 8
Creekside Park, 214 Park Drive, Archdale

This event is geared towards ages 3-12. Treat Bags to kids as long as they last. COST: $5 for 15 tickets. Each game/activity is 1 ticket per person. Haunted room, haunted hike, carnival games, bounce houses, costume contest, selfie stations, concessions.

Dark in the Park
Oct. 28 from 5 pm to 9 pm
Burlington City Park, Burlington

Ride the amusement rides, enter the costume contest, play carnival games, and enjoy an evening of Halloween fun. Walk over to the Thataways Stage for the Costume Contest (6pm). At 8pm turn your eyes to the sky for the annual aerial Halloween Fireworks show. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Family Fall Festival
Oct 28 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Hillcrest Baptist Church, 9856 McNeill Rd, Kernersville

Fun for all ages. Chicken Stew, Brunswick Stew and pulled pork all cooked on site over a fire; cake walk, games, candy, inflatables, hay rides, and music by The Tarheel Travelers bluegrass band. Kids are welcome to come in costume. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fire Truck or Treat!
Oct. 28 at 6 pm
Griffith Fire Department, 5190 Peters Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem

Kernersville Weslyan Church Fall Festival & Trunk-or-Treat
Oct. 28 at 6 pm
Kernersville Weslyean Church, 930 N. Main St, Kernersville
Bring backpacks and school supplies for local children through their month long Backpack Program. For more information, call 336-992-3000. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Glenwood Community Trunk Or Treat
Oct. 28 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm
Glenwood United Methodist Church, 1417 Glenwood Ave, Greensboro

Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and enjoy an evening of trick or treating and fun games. TONS of candy and goodies, as well as drawings for prizes! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Carnival
Oct. 28 from 6 – 8 pm
Oak Forest United Methodist Church, 11461 Old US-52, Winston-Salem

Trunk Or Treat!
Oct. 28 from 6 – 8 pm
Central Triad Church, 2935 Cole Rd, Winston-Salem

Family fun, prizes, and food. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Y Halloween Funfest
Oct 28 from 6-8pm
Camp Weaver, 4924 Tapawingo Trail, Greensboro

Come out dressed in your best costume for a night of family, friends and lots of fun at the annual Y Halloween Funfest! Admission: 1 bag of nut-free candy per family please! Activities to include, archery, bounce house, hay ride, trick-or-treating and MORE!

Boo Bash 
Oct. 28 from 6 to 8 pm
Center United Methodist Church, 186 Center Church Rd, Lexington

Heavenview Autumn Festival
Oct. 28 from 6 pm – 9 pm
Heavenview United Pentecostal Church, 1410 W Clemmonsville Rd, Winston-Salem

Free event! Trunk or Treat, Carnival Games, Dunking Booth, Hot Dog Supper & more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

2nd Annual Trunk-or-Treat & Fall Craft & Vendor Show
Oct. 28 from 6 pm to 9 pm
Union Cross Fire and Rescue, 4401 High Point Rd, Kernersville

A FREE safe and fun family event for trick-or-treaters. Set up begins at 5:30 pm; no earlier. All participants must be parked in their location by 6 pm. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trunk Or Treat!
Oct. 28 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Central Triad Church, 2935 Cole Rd, Winston-Salem

Free admission. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Skate
Oct. 28 at 7 pm
Skateland USA in Clemmons

Free candy drops, glow sticks and candy bags. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Skate & Scare
Oct. 28 from 7 to 10 pm
Winston-Salem Fairgrounds & Annex, 421 W 27th St, Winston-Salem

$7 Admission, $3 Skate Rental, Music and Halloween sounds and spooks, Trick or Treat/Slate & Scare Candy Station, Scary Noise Contest, Costume Contest, etc.

Zombie Hunt
Every Friday and Saturday From October 13th through October 28th beginning at 7 pm
PBC Paintball Park, 6106 Burlington Rd., Sedalia

Enjoy a full scale haunted hayride while fighting the zombie hoard. Gates open at 7; everyone in line by 10 to get a ride. All equipment, including special glow in the dark zombie rounds, included. Fee for admission. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

17 Days: Greensboro’s Arts & Culture Festival
Oct. 13 – 29
Various locations in Greensboro

Experience more than 100 events across the city in many of some of the South’s most charming and unique venues. From classical to rock, and from theatre and dance to storytelling, the visual arts, and galleries, 17DAYS is a celebration of all things beautiful and exciting. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Farm Days
Oct 14, 15, 28 & 29 from 11 am to 6 pm
Smith Hollow Farm, 5920 Smith Hollow Rd, Kernersville

Its time again! Join them for Farm Day, Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch! They will have games, crafts, animals, horse rides, face painting, hayrides, farm activities, food & more! (No appointment needed!)

Howl-o-ween Trick or Treat
Saturdays & Sundays, Oct 14 -29th
3 PM on Sundays 4 & 5 PM on Saturday
Conservators Center, 676 Easy Hughes Mill Road, Burlington

A special Trick or Treat experience around the park! This tour, created especially for our younger ghouls and goblins, welcomes children of all ages. Your tour guide will share stories of unique tricks animals use in the wild and lead your group to Howl-O-Ween treats throughout the park. Everyone is welcome to dress in their favorite Halloween costumes and meet Popcorn or Fiona, the Conservators Center’s mascots. Tours last 1 hour depending on group participation.  Adults: $16/Children: $14. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Pumpkins in the Patch and Candies in the Corn
Oct. 28 and 29
Patterson Farm, 10390 Caldwell Road, Mt. Ulla

Come out dressed in your Halloween costumes or attire.  Trick or treat around the farm. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween at Hubbs
Oct. 28 and 29
Hubb’s Farm, 10276  US Hwy 421 North, Clinton, NC 

On Saturday, October 28, from little goblins on up, Hubb’s Farm is the ultimate Halloween “non-scary” fall fun place to be.  Little goblins ages 10 and under, may register for the Halloween Costume Contest between 1- 3:30 PM, Contest begins at 4 PM.  And yes…there will be tricks and treats between 1 – 5 PM.   And “get lost” in the past dark flashlight maze.  Upon sunset, children age 12 and under may board The Scarecrow Express.  This is the ideal non-scary but fun Halloween event for younger children.  The last Scarecrow Express all aboard call will be made at 8:30 PM so be sure to arrive early. On Saturday at 3 PM, Power’s Flying Services will thrill all spectators with a ping pong ball drop fly-over. Ages 12 and under will have the opportunity to collect the ping pong balls, 10 of which will be special prizes!  On Sunday, at 3 PM, Sam the Magic Man will entertain farm guests with an audience interactive magic show.

Harvest Jubilee at the Farm
Oct. 28 and 29 (Saturday 9AM – ’til dark! Sunday 1PM – 7PM)
769 Bray Ford Road, Dobson

Live DJ, pony rides, face painting, trick or treating, pumpkin carving, and MUCH MORE! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Harvest Party – F R E E Rides, Games, & Concert
Oct. 29 from Noon to 4 pm
The Bridge, 1080 Snow Bridge Lane, Kernersville

Juggheads Sunday Funday Halloween Oyster Bash ft. Bad Hombres
Oct. 29 from Noon to 8 pm
JuggHeads Growlers and Pints, 4843 Country Club Rd, Winston-Salem

Harvest Jubilee at the Farm
Oct. 29 from 1 pm – 7 pm
769 Bray Ford Road, Dobson

Live DJ, pony rides, face painting, trick or treating, pumpkin carving, and MUCH MORE! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Truck & Treat | Kaleideum Downtown (formerly Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem)
Oct. 29 from 1-5 pm
390 S. Liberty St, Winston-Salem

Our blockbuster annual event features more than 25 vehicles parked outside of Kaleideum Downtown! Explore the vehicles, trick-or-treat for novelties and candy, and enjoy DJ music, fun activities, a craft, and more! Costumes encouraged. $5(+ tax)/person—members & non-members, includes Museum admission. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Party, Hayride, and Chicken Stew
Oct. 29 at 3 pm
Advance United Methodist Church, 1911 NC Highway 801 S, Advance

Halloween Party & Parents’ Night Out
Oct. 29 from 3 to 5 pm
Wonderland Studios, 4553 US Hwy 220, Summerfield

Crafts, treats, musical Monster Mash, ghostly games. $15 per child, $10 per sibling. All ages welcome!

Fall Festival & Trunk R Treat
Oct. 29 from 4 – 7 pm
The Rock Church of King, 416 W King St, King

Bring your kids for Trunk R Treating, Carnival Games and prizes! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Kids Carnival And Trunk Or Treat
Oct. 29 from 4 – 8
212 E Newlyn Street, Greensboro

There will be hay rides, plenty of games, a blow up slide, popcorn and other activities for the kids. After the fun outside you are all invited for a Chili Showdown in the fellowship hall. ALL OF THIS FREE!

Trunk or Treat 2017
Oct. 29 from 5 to 6:30 pm
First United Methodist Church, 303 N Main St, Graham

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 29 from 5 to 7 pm
Community Bible Church, 4125 Johnson Street, High Point

Gospel message and music in the Sanctuary every 30 minutes, a Hot Dog Supper in the Gym, Trunk or Treating in the back Parking Lot as families go from decorated trunk to decorated trunk collecting candy, fellowship, door prizes, and photo area. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival 2017
Oct. 29 from 5 to 7:30
Fork Baptist Church, 3140 US Highway 64 E, Mocksville

Trunk or Treat and Outdoor Movie
Oct. 29 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Covenant Church, 1526 Skeet Club Rd, High Point

Fall Festival
Oct. 29 at 6 pm
North Forsyth Little League, 275 College St, Rural Hall

Carnival games, prizes, trunk or treat, chicken stew

Pizzas, Pours & S’mores Halloween Party
Oct. 29 from 6 – 9 pm
Childress Vineyards, 1000 Childress Vineyards Rd., Lexington

Calling all witches, warlocks, and werewolves, fire up your broomsticks and head to Childress Vineyards to celebrate Hallo-wine! Sink your fangs into a piping hot pizza while sipping blood red wine fireside in their outdoor Pavilion. Top off the evening with a ghoulishly good s’mores while doing the Monster Mash with Big Pop Productions. Don’t be afraid of the dark, join them for a no tricks, all treats kind of night. Enter if you dare. Costumes encouraged. No outside coolers allowed. Event will take place rain or shine. Must be 21 years or older to attend. Lawn chairs or blankets highly recommended. General Admission includes entertainment.

Monster Mash Dance Party
Oct. 29 at 3 pm
Glenn McNairy Branch Library, Greensboro

Family-friendly dance party, followed by a craft and a treat. Kid-friendly costumes are welcome!

Ellisboro Baptist Church Fall Festival
Oct. 29 from 5 to 7 pm
1604 Ellisboro Road, Madison, NC 27025

Enjoy a Chili Kick-off where adults can win prizes , dinner for all, plus music from the Christian band “We Are One.” Buggles, the Christian clown, will be doing face painting. Plus, Hall of Treats, trunk or treat, hay rides, costume contest (please no scary/demonic  costumes). Cake walks for adults and children, and much more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Oct. 29, 5-7 PM
Kernersville

Come out to Triad Baptist Church for The Family Fall Fest, a church and community event for the entire family. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween SBookTACULAR
Oct. 29 from 5 to 7:30 pm
King Public Library, 101 Pilot View Dr, King

Includes the movie “Hotel Transylvania 2” (rated PG) at 5:00 pm; a Not-Too-Spooky Family Storytime at 6:30 pm; children’s Halloween crafts/activities; a Teen Mystery Hunt & Teen Halloween crafts. Costumes encouraged.

Family Fall Fest
Oct 29 from 5 – 8 pm
Triad Baptist Church,  1175 South Main St

This is a community event for everyone. This evening will include a trunk or treat, bounce houses, hayrides, games, food, Kernersville Police Department cars, Kernersville Fire Rescue Department firetruck, Kona Ice, and Illusionist Joseph Young in the Kids Street Worship Center.  Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween BOO Bowling
Oct. 29 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Spare Time Greensboro, 5502 Hornaday Rd, Greensboro

Unlimited bowling, music & lights, face painting, costume contest and more! Only $10 per person. Reserve your lane today! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 29 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Poplar Springs Church of Christ, 7120 NC 66 Hwy S, King

Food, Trunk-or- Treat, Hay Ride, Bring your own pumpkin to decorate and a Movie under the stars!

Trick or Treat in Old Salem
Oct. 29, 6-7:30pm
Old Salem Historic District

Children can trick-or-treat at the doors of the historic buildings along Main Street between Salem Square (600 South Main Street) and the Frank L. Horton Museum Center (924 South Main Street) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Volunteers will be stationed at the doors of the historic buildings, giving out candy while the supply lasts. Some Old Salem residents will also be participating. Free event. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Oct. 30 from 3 – 10 pm
Colorworld Books, 1622 Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem

Celebrate Colorworld Books grand opening with trick or treating. They will have treats that are non-edible for all kids to enjoy. If you have a child with sensory needs, drop them a line and they will work to create a friendly trick or treat atmosphere. Colorworld Books sells Superhero book series and artwork.

Miller Park Fall Festival
Oct. 30 from 6 to 8 pm
Miller Park in Winston-Salem

Bring your children for games, candy and prizes.

EVENTS ON HALLOWEEN:

Trick or Treat and Get Discount at Mario’s Pizza
Oct. 31 all day
Any Mario’s Pizza location in the Triad

Bring your kids into any Mario’s Pizza in their costumes on Halloween and receive 20% off your entire meal!* Halloween is already so chaotic, and having to make dinner just adds to that chaos! Taking the kids out to dinner before trick-or-treating will make the night much easier on parents and allow for even more trick-or-treating time. Mario’s Pizza has eight locations in the Triad. From pizza, to wings, and even subs, there is something that everyone in the family will love! *Discount does not count toward alcohol or daily specials & is only available on Halloween – Tuesday, October 31.

Halloween Social
Oct 31 at 2 pm
Arbor Ridge, 1237 Masten Drive, Kernersville

Join in the fun at Arbor Ridge to celebrate Halloween. Invite a friend or two, wear your favorite costume and come dressed to impress (or scare). Appetizers and light snacks will be provided. RSVP by October 27 to 336-992-3180.

Downtown Halloween Celebration
Oct. 31 from 3 to 6 pm
Downtown Mt. Airy

Halloween Trunk Or Treat
Oct. 31 at 4 pm
Hometown Auto Group, 2009 Barnes St, Reidsville

Legacy Saddlebreds Trunk-or-Treat
Oct. 31 from 4 to 7 pm
Legacy Saddlebreds, 4151 Thomasville Road, Winston Salem, NC 27107

FREE! Make this your first stop on Halloween! Trick-or-Treating on the farm, games, and door prizes will make this a great place to start your Halloween festivities! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Halloween Trick-Or-Treat
Oct. 31 from 4 to 8 pm
Holly Hill Mall, 309 Huffman Mill Rd, Burlington

RCC Halloween Trunk or Treat
Oct. 31 from 4:30 to 6 pm
Renaissance Community Co Op, 2517 Phillips Ave, Greensboro

Halloween Bash 2017
Oct. 31 from 5 to 8 pm
Hope Church, 1606 W Davis St, Burlington

Sensory Friendly Night: Halloween Adventure
Oct. 31 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Kaleideum Downtown, 390 S. Liberty St, Winston-Salem

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and sensory processing differences are invited to trick-or-treat for candy and novelty toys in a comfortable and accepting environment! Admission is $3(+ tax)/person for members and nonmembers. Sensory Friendly Night modifications include choice boards and a designated quiet room. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

FBC Annual Trunk or Treat!
Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
First Baptist Church of Gibsonville, 221 Piedmont Ave, Gibsonville

Fall Festival
Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Reynolda Church Village Campus, 2200 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem

Join in a FREE, safe, family friendly event with food, trunk or treat, hayrides, and more.

Hallelujah Night
Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Calvary Christian Center, 369 Air Harbor Rd, Greensboro

Halloween Spooktacular: Little Brock of Horrors!
Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Davie County Recreation and Parks, 644 North Main St, Mocksville

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 8 pm
Mt. Pleasant Church, 6516 Old Greensboro Rd, Thomasville

Trunk or Treat/Movie Night
Oct. 31 at 6 pm
Commerce Square Park, 128 Commerce Square, Randleman

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 to 7:30 pm
Summerfield First Baptist Church, 2300 Scalesville Road Summerfield

Trunk or Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 to 7:30 pm
Kerwin Baptist Church, 4520 Old Hollow Rd, Kernersville

Fall Festival
Oct. 31 from 6 – 8 pm
Trinity AME Zion Church, 631 East Florida Street, Greensboro

Bouncy House, Face Painting, Food, Treat Tables, Arts and Crafts and games for the entire family. Join in a fun filled and safe adventure.

Trunk ‘N Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 – 8 pm
Triad Christian Fellowship, 2378 Darwick Road, Winston-Salem

All ages welcome.  Fun and fellowship for families and for all.

Kingdom Quest Fall Festival
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 pm
First Christian Church, 625 Meadowbrook Dr, King

A great evening of community fellowship as we enjoy delicious chicken stew and hot dogs. There will be games, prizes and lots of candy too!

Trunk ‘n’ Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 pm
First Wesleyan Church, 1701 Westchester Dr, High Point

Halloween Fest – Trunk r Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 pm
Khalif Event Center, 2000 E Wendover Ave, Greensboro

Games, Music, Treats, “Best Costume Contest.” The event is FREE and OPEN to public.  Creating a Fun and Safe Environment for our Kids to enjoy Halloween!

Truck or Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 pm
Gumtree Fire and Rescue, 2466 Gumtree Rd, Winston-Salem

Fall Festival
Oct 31 from 6 – 8 pm
New Life Tabernacle, 1225 Piney Grove Rd., Kernersville

Free to the community. Food, games, bounce house, trunk or treat. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Oct. 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm
1 South Main Street, Lexington

Free Halloween Portraits, Historic Courthouse lit up and decorated for Halloween, Free Pumpkin Painting, Stories to be told, 60 plus locations giving out candy, Music and more! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Downtown Kernersville Trick or Treat
Oct. 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm
Downtown Kernersville

The Downtown Trick-or-Treat is a public service provided by the downtown merchants, the Kernersville Parks & Recreation, Kernersville Police Department, and the Kernersville Chamber of Commerce. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Fall Festival
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8:30 pm
Sheets Memorial Baptist Church, 210 Cotton Grove Rd, Lexington

Fall Fest
Oct 31 from 6 – 8:30 pm
Project:Re3, 1474 Kerner Rd, Kernersville

The night will include food, games, trunk or treat, music, costume contest and more. Free and open to the community. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

PBC Trunk or Treat
Oct. 31 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Philadelphia Baptist Church, 5515 N Church St, Greensboro

Halloween Hoopla
Oct. 31 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Brown Recreation Center, 302 W. Vandalia Rd., Greensboro

A night full games, food, face painting, costume contest and more. Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Trick or Treat in the Park
Oct. 31 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Asheboro Cultural & Recreation Services, 241 Sunset Ave, Asheboro

Special Halloween-themed Storytimes

Spookfest
Oct. 30 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm
Mebane Public Library, 101 S 1st St, Mebane
* Features costume party, not-so scary stories, silly science, spookatcular treats, and a giveaway.

Pumpkin Patch Carnival
Oct. 30 and 31 from 2 – 4
High Point Public Library
* Features games, crafts and snacks. No registration required.

Tuesday’s Toddler Storytime: Halloween Stories
Oct. 31 at 11 am
Barnes & Noble in Greensboro

Various story times and Halloween Celebrations at Greensboro Branch Libraries
Oct. 30 and 31
Click link above and scroll to dates on calendar for times, branch locations and details

Various story times and Halloween Celebrations at Forsyth County Branch Libraries
Oct. 30 and 31
Click link above and scroll to dates on calendar for times, branch locations and details

Colfax Persimmon Festival
Nov 4 from 10 am to 4 pm
Historic Stafford Farm, 558 N Bunker Hill Rd, Oak Ridge

Admission is $10 for ages 12 and older; $2 for ages 6-11; free for ages 5 and under. All proceeds are applied to the maintenance and restoration of the historic farm and buildings. Lots of food vendors and live music (several bands) throughout the day, Arts & crafts vendors with handcrafted items, Guided farm tours including historic buildings and 19th century blacksmith shop, On-going demonstrations, and MUCH MORE! Paved parking for festival attendees (except for handicapped patrons) will be at Shady Grove Wesleyan Church in Colfax (119 North Bunker Hill Road), and free up-to-date shuttle bus service is provided from Handicapped patrons may access on-site special parking by asking about it at the church. In the event of heavy weather in the days immediately preceding the Festival, November 11th has been reserved as a back-up date.

Statesville Pumpkin Fest
Nov. 4 from 10 am to 5 pm
Downtown Statesville

Art in the Yard – Fall Show
Nov. 4 from 11 am to 4 pm
Moonbird Pottery, 2629 Beechwood St, Greensboro

Fall Carnivale 2017
Nov. 4, 11 and 18th from 11 am to 4 pm
Nov. 5, 12 and 19th from 1 pm to 4 pm
Millstone Creek Orchards, Ramseur, NC

Celebrate Fall at our Fall Carnivale with tons of family fun! Admission: $5/person (Kids 2 & Under: Free). Admission includes: Pecan picking, kids turkey shoot, Thanksgiving centerpiece decorating station, orchard hayrides, firepit roasting (S’mores), harvest scavenger hunt, Granny’s Kitchen Tasting Event, and lots of fall family fun! 

Holiday Pig City Bazaar
Nov. 4 from Noon to 5 pm
Bull City Ciderworks, 599 S Salisbury St, Lexington

Greater Glenwood Fall Festival
Nov. 4 from 2 – 6
Glenwood Ave & Grove St., Greensboro

The festival is free and open to the public. There will have pony rides, local foods, face painting, crafts, music, games and more! Come out and mingle with your neighbors in the crisp, fall air. This festival is kid-friendly, with prizes and games! Click on the event name to visit the website/Facebook page.

Family Fun Day at the Farm (COW PIE BINGO)
Nov. 4 from 2 to 6 pm
Dancing Daughters Ministry, 105 Pulliam St, King

Chestnut Roasting Festival
Nov. 5 from 12 to 5 pm
High Rock Farm, 960 High Rock Road, Gibsonville, NC

Millstone Creek Orchards Fall Carnival
Saturdays: Nov. 5, 12, and 19 from 11 am to 4 pm
Sundays: Nov. 6, 13 and 20 from 1 to 4 pm
Millstone Creek Orchards, Ramseur

Celebrate Fall at the Fall Carnivale with tons of family fun! Admission: $5/person (Kids 2 & Under: Free) Admission includes: Pecan picking, kids turkey shoot, Thanksgiving centerpiece decorating station, orchard hayrides, firepit roasting (S’mores), harvest scavenger hunt, Granny’s Kitchen Tasting Event, and lots of fall family fun! 

2017 Children’s Faith & Culture Festival
Nov. 5 from 2 to 5 pm
Interfaith Winston-Salem, 1922 S. Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Box I, Winston-Salem

*All of these events are listed on our Event Page along with hundreds of other local events!
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