Halloween may seem even spookier and more mysterious than usual this year. But fun will still be had. I mean, it IS on a Saturday! Whether you visit one of these events or decide on a DIY Halloween night, it is sure to be SPOOKtacular.
We’d like to thank Manzano Day School for sponsoring this Guide to Halloween.
New World. New Way. Same Manzano Day School. Founded in 1938, Manzano Day School is an independent, nonprofit elementary school for children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. In addition to the core subjects of reading, math, science, and social studies, the six co-curricular subjects of art, library, music, physical education, Spanish, and technology are part of every student’s schedule. Manzano Day School is implementing a reopening strategy that allows the school to remain flexible while responding to the changing situation around COVID-19. They are providing the best educational experience possible while also mitigating risk of exposure or outbreaks of COVID-19 in the community.
Check out some Halloween events happening in and around Albuquerque. Events are listed by date.
Albuquerque Old Town
Oct. 31 from 4-6pm
A free, safe and fun evening in Old Town with local musical entertainment on the Gazebo with trick-or-treating at participating shops.
34 McCall Lane, Moriarty
*Currently working on COVID Safe Practices to be approved by the state, check back soon*
Dragons House of Horror
3001 Civic Center Cir NE, Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Sept. 4 – Oct. 31
Rio Rancho’s own mile-long, drive-thru haunted house. COVID safe practices utilized and price is per vehicle.
Cottonwood Mall, 10000 Coors Blvd. Albuquerque
Opens Sept. 25
This event may be unsuitable for young children.
COVID Safe practices in place
Sawmill District – 20th St.
Live event Oct. 25
Virtual event Oct. 24 – Nov. 1
Halloween Costumes encouraged
Check out this post for all kinds of fun, COVID-safe Halloween ideas.