Crunch Bars are the best candy to show up in your trick-or-treating bag and anyone who believes otherwise is a Communist. The poor souls who come to my house each year don’t get coat their cavities with Crunches because I’m quite thorough at picking through the bag I buy at the grocery store and pulling them all out. That being said, trick-or-treating is still alive and well and there’s no need to be concerned about it going away. Unless the children who come to my house in Cloverdale ever get fed up with receiving sub-par candy like Nerds or Whoppers.
If you need a little inspiration for Halloween festivities this year, knowing that you won’t be getting any free Crunches from my house, there’s a ton of events that might be a little more willing to share in the Halloween joy. Be careful, though. I’m working one of them and despite my age, I refuse to part with my Crunches.
Two parts are making up the inaugural Cloverdale Boo-A-Palooza at Leroy: a trunk-or-treat in their parking lot (with treats for kids, dogs, and adults!) from 5:30 – 7:00 followed by a costume contest for adults and dogs at 8:00. Find out more here.
Costume Party and Drag Show at the Zip Line
Stop by the Zip in costume (optional) and enjoy a drag show that kicks off at 10:00 PM! Costumes, drag, tricks, and treats. Go play. Find out more here.
Halloween Party at the Range
Their Facebook event says they’re giving out prizes for a couples costume swap and for the worst costumes! Go give what they call “redneck Top Golf” a try. Find out more here.
Montgomery Humane Society Haunted House
Go get spooked and support those sweet little puppies that need a home! It *is* designed for grown ups, so young people are advised against going. Find out more here.
The zoo is pulling out all the stops for this year’s Zoo Boo. There are hay rides, a pumpkin pull, and plenty of Halloween-themed fun while you explore the park. Find out more here.
Costume Cruise on the Harriott II
Take a cruise on Montgomery’s own Harriott II in style with their first-ever costume cruise! Find out more here.
Spooktacular at Garrett Coliseum
This one will be friendly for kids and families! It will be a big, safe festival at Garrett Coliseum with plenty of candy and fun for everyone. Find out more here.
Comedy Spooktacular at GTSouth
Head over to our favorite Geek and Gaming Tavern and enjoy a night of comedy and spookiness combined with delicious drinks and food that hits the spot! Find out more here.
1978 Halloween Showing at New Vision Chantilly
Watch the classic scary movie! Find out more here.
How will you be celebrating Halloween in Montgomery this year? Not with my Crunch Bars, I can tell you that.