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.
Olde Towne Pumpkin Fest. October 2nd. 11AM-4PM. First United Methodist Church. Big Wheel Race, Ponies, Hay Rides, Costume Parade, inflatables including a sticky wall, face painting, KIDentrepreneurs, Pumpkin Chunkin, Delectable food and sweets and so much more! Admission is free! There are ticketed activities that range from $1 -$5. Food & drinks range from $1- $10.
Field of Screams. No updates on Field of Screams at this time. I will let you know as soon as I hear anything!
Monster Mash. October 23rd. 10AM-2PM. Bogue Falaya Park Please visit their facebook page for updates and more information.
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 updates on Boo Fest at this time. I will let you know as soon as I hear anything!
Trickin’ and Treatin’ Kids Event. Covington Trailhead.
Bayou Jam Halloween Bash. No updates at this time. I will let you know as soon as I hear anything!
Abita Springs Annual Halloween Party. October 31st. 5-9PM. No word on whether the town celebration will be happening. Residents who are participating in trick or treating will have their lights on!
Fall Fest. No information is available on Fall Fest at First Baptist Ponchatoula at this time. I will let you know as soon as I know anything!
Did we miss anything? Let us know and we’ll add it to the list. Happy October!
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.