Four Family-Friendly Festivals for Halloween 2012
Celebrate autumn and Halloween all weekend long in Mehlville, Oakville, Lemay and University City.
The holiday lands on a Wednesday this year, but there's plenty to do this weekend for families who want to carve pumpkins, drink hot apple cider and offer up a joke for some candy.
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Saturday, October 27
Harvest Festival - Celebrate autumn with the Lemay Child and Family Center. Enjoy free hot dogs, apple cidar, caramel apples, and grilled corn. There will be free crafts, balloons, games, and a pumpkin patch for the kids. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 9828 S Broadway
4th Annual Great Pumpin Carve & Glow - How do your pumpkin carving skills compare? The Moonrise Hotel is supplying pumpkins, carving tools and even free cider. Schlafly will also be there with samples of adult beverages. 3 - 6:30 p.m., Moonrise Hotel
Sunday, October 28
Trunk of Treat - Faith Lutheran Church is opening its parking lot for a fun, free event for Mehlville and Oakville families. Vehicles will be decorated with fun (not scary) themes so kids of all ages can trick or treat. Treats will be served. 5 - 7 p.m., 6101 Telegraph Road
Wednesday, October 31
Safe Trick or Treat Center - The St. Louis County Police are sponsoring a safe, supervised Halloween party at South County Center. (Last year's event looked pretty adorable. Great costumes!) 5 - 8 p.m., South County Center