Friday, Oct. 31
Looking for something scary to do for Halloween? There are plenty of festivities for all ages to entertain and get the pulse racing. Tulsa Zoo’s HallowZooeen continues through Friday with tricks and treats for the kids (www.tulsazoo.org), while HallowMarine’s pirates welcome all to the fun at Tulsa’s Oklahoma Aquarium (www.okaquarium.org). Families also will find all sorts of fun and spooky goings-on at Muskogee’s Haunted Castle Halloween Festival (www.okcastle.com).
Tulsa’s Guthrie Green (www.guthriegreen.com) will have Poe in the Park starting at 7:30 p.m. and finish with a screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. (On Thursday, Oct. 30, check out Beetlejuice on the big screen.) Want to see the flick in the Oklahoma City area? The Sooner Theatre will have Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his gang on the screen at 10 p.m. (www.soonertheatre.org). Tulsa’s Circle Cinema will be showing the 1978 horror classic Halloween at 9:40 p.m. along with the costume extravaganza (yet completely unrelated to Halloween) Bjork: Biophilia Live at 10 p.m. (www.circlecinema.org).
Float the Oklahoma River with Haunt the River, an Oklahoma City favorite (www.okrivercruises.com) or find yourself at any one of the region’s famous haunts for the season – Drumwright’s Scream Country, complete with performances of Evil Dead: The Musical, Oklahoma City’s The Sanctuary (www.thesanctuaryokc.com), Tulsa’s Hex House (www.tulsahexhouse.com), and the Haunted Maize (www.redsiloproductions.com) in Chickasha among them. Enjoy!