Of course check out your libraries too as there are many Halloween Storytimes, Parties, Make and Takes, etc going on:
Woburn Halloween Parade: October 28th, 1 pm Main Street, Woburn Huge parade Lauren was in one year.
Roger Williams Zoo Pumpkin Festival October 4 – November 3rd, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. (last entry at 10 p.m.) Experience the glow of thousands of pumpkins, set in a magical display of artistry during this night-time Spectacular. Don’t miss this unique, family friendly evening event, commended by the U.S. Library of Congress, featured by The Early Show, CNN and the Associated Press and hailed by USA Today as “extraordinary.”:
Stone Zoo Boo at the Zoo Oct 20th-21st 11-3 We go every year and have fun.Thrills, chills and animals lurk around every corner on the trick-or-treat trail while Radio Disney gets everyone in the mood to dance and have fun at the main stage.:
Franklin Park Zoo Howl Oct 27th-28th 11-3 The haunted happenings include creature encounters, creepy crafts, ghoulish games and a trick-or-treat trail. Radio Disney will spin spine-tingling tunes and host the howling and costume contests on the main stage.:
Smolak Farms Trick of Treat Hayrides October 20th, 21st, 27th and 28th:
Drumlin Farm Tales of the Night Oct. 25-26 6:30-9:00 We went last year and had fun. The event's centerpiece, the Haunted Hayride, pulls visitors along through a series of Halloween skits in Drumlin's fields, lit by bonfires and jack-o-lanterns.:
Salem Haunted Happenings, many events:
6 Flags New England Fright Fest through October 28th Enjoy chills and thrills.:
Great Pumpkin Fest at the Ecotarium in Worcester - Saturday, October 20th, noon - 9 pm
1500 carved pumpkins lit after dark, hayrides, train rides, games and crafts, Planetarium Show, Animal Encounters. Costumes encouraged.
If you know of any others feel free to comment and let me know.