Spooky and Safe Things to Do With Kids This Halloween

Yes, masks will be required this Halloween.
Yes, masks will be required this Halloween. Tri-County Health
Still not sure about trick-or-treating this year? Wondering if anything's happening for kids? The answer is a definite yes: There are still plenty of options for safety-first, kid-friendly Halloween fun and trick-or-treating in and around Denver.

Here are some of the best:


Butterfly Pavilion   
6252 West 104th Avenue, Westminster
Through October 31, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Butterfly Pavilion is offering indoor trick-or-treating...with wings. Only twenty guests will be allowed in the building every twenty minutes, and the Pavilion will require everyone to wear masks with their costumes. The fun is included with general admission; purchase tickets at the Butterfly Pavilion website.
click to enlarge LITTLE MAN ICE CREAM
Little Man Ice Cream
Virtual Hallow-Queeny Bingo
Little Man Ice Cream
Friday, October 30, 8 to 10 p.m.
Not going trick-or-treating but still have a sweet tooth? Little Man Ice Cream is hosting a virtual bingo night, and friends and families are invited to dress up and play to win prizes. The fun will take place over Zoom; pick up a Bingo Party Pack at any Little Man Ice Cream location.

Trunk or Treat at Cross Country Mortgage
4610 South Ulster Street
Friday, October 30, 4 to 7 p.m.

In place of its regular Halloween celebration, Cross Country Mortgage will host trick-or-treating in its office parking lot. This event is free but requires registration at Eventbrite.

Firestone Police Department Halloween Safe Night
Firestone Regional Sports Complex, 6850 Tilbury Avenue, Firestone
Friday, October 30, 5 to 8 p.m.

Want to take your kids on a trick-or-treat trail? The Firestone Police Department is offering a safe Halloween shindig this year, with candy, photo opportunities, food trucks, a decorated tunnel and more. Don your costumes and enjoy the Halloween spirit.

Trick or Treat at Memorial Park
Memorial Park, Woodland Park
Friday, October 30, 4 to 5:30 p.m.

Businesses and organizations will be handing out candy at this trick-or-treat event in Woodland Park. Instead of kids reaching directly into bowls, vendors will safely drop packaged candy into bags.

Boos Cruise
Aurora Sports Park
19300 East Colfax Avenue
Friday, October 30, 3 to 7 p.m.

Stay safe while collecting your treats at this drive-through trick-or-treating event geared toward the whole family. City departments and local businesses will provide candy, with costumed characters and musicians adding to the fun.

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