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Halloween Activities on the Northshore

Halloween Activities on the Northshore

We are updating this list for 2021 as soon an information becomes available! Please double check with the venue before heading out–with covid-19 things are in flux and may change after publication. 

Is your fall calendar is full as ours? It seems like once the temperature drops just a little bit, everyone comes out to play and there are so many fun, family friendly fall and Halloween activities. Here is a sampling of what’s in store around the Northshore. 

October 16th

Trunk or Treat. October 16th. 6PM. St. Francis Animal Sanctuary and Thrift Store.

October 23rd

Monster Mash. October 23rd. 10AM-2PM. Bogue Falaya Park Please visit their facebook page for updates and more information.

Pumpkins in the Park. October 23rd. 11AM-2PM. Terra Bella. For more info, see the event page.

**ADULT EVENT** Nightmare on Columbia. October 23rd. Downtown Covington. 5-9:30PM. Cocktail stroll through downtown Covington. Read more on the event page.

Trick or Treat on Pine Street. October 23rd. 5:30-6:30PM. Downtown Ponchatoula. Dress in your spookiest costume and trick or treat in downtown Ponchatoula.

October 24th

Fall Fest. First Baptist Church of Ponchatoula. October 24th. 4-6PM. Petting zoo, basketball bungee, Inflatables, games, more.

Tractor Treat. October 24th. 4-6PM. First Baptist Church of Slidell. Candy, hay rides, and a family maze.

Drive Thru Trunk or Treat. October 24th. 4-6PM. Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Slidell.

Trunk or Treat. October 24th. 5-7PM. First United Methodist Church, Slidell. See details on the event page.

October 25th

Not-So-Scary Halloween Storytime. October 25th. Slidell Library. 10-10:45AM. See more info on the event page.

Spooktacular in the Oaks. Lacombe Recreation complex. Will probably be a drive thru trunk or treat again this year, but stay tuned!

Boo Fest. No Boo Fest in 2021.

October 27th

Trick or Treat Down Main Street. October 27th. 5:30-7:30PM. Downtown Hammond.

October 28th

Halloween Spooktakular. October 28th. Slidell Library. Drop in between 4-6PM. Read more on the event page.

October 29th

Halloween in the Park. October 29th. 5:30-9PM. Ponchatoula Area Rec District. See the event page for full details.

Columbia Street Halloween Block Party. October 29th. Downtown Covington. Read more on the event page.

Zombie Crawl. October 29th. 5-10PM. Between Roberts and Cousins Streets in Olde Towne Slidell.

Toula-Q Fall Festival. October 29th-31st. BBQ Food and competition, rides, costume contest, trunk or treat, and more. See the event page for more info.

October 30th

Mystic Car Show. October 30th. 8AM-Noon. Downtown Ponchatoula, Strawberry Lot. Car Show, Trunk or Treat, Bounce House.

See Also

Halloween Spooktacular. October 30th. Covington Library. Drop in between 10AM-3PM. Read more on the event page.

Trickin’ and Treatin’ Kids Event. October 30th. Covington Trailhead.

Trick or Read. October 30th. Mandeville Library. 10AM-Noon. Visit the event page to read more about this fun event.

Boo Bash on the Lawn. 10AM-Noon. Children’s Museum of St. Tammany. There’s trick-or-treating, games and more. It’s going to be a spooktacular time! Admission is $10 for any guest over 12 months of age. Activities are included with the cost of admission. Be sure to wear your costume!

Bayou Jam Halloween Bash. October 30th. 5-7PM. Vince Vance and Valiants will be playing. Biggest Halloween concert in the region. Costumes encouraged.

Halloween Extravaganza. October 30th. 10AM-2PM. Infiniti Science Center. See the event page for more details.

Fall Fest. October 30th 10AM-Noon. Grace Memorial Baptist Church. See the event page for more information.

October 31st

Abita Springs Annual Halloween Party. October 31st. 6-8PM. Trunk or Treat in front of Town Hall.

Community Fall Party. 12:30-3:30PM. Lakeshore Church, Covington. Food, Inflatables, petting zoo, games, crafts.

Did we miss anything? Let us know and we’ll add it to the list. Happy October!

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Hi, I'm Aimée, the Special Projects Coordinator for Northshore Parent. If there's a fun giveaway, a kids' clothing review, or a special event, there's a good chance that I'm responsible. I'm a lifelong resident of St. Tammany (except for time at LSU for undergrad and law school) and a mom to 3 little ones, ages 6, 6 (yes, they are twins, and no, they are not identical) and 2. Thanks for reading Northshore Parent and being a part of our community.

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