If Halloween is your season then you’re in luck this Halloween 2018. There are so many places in Austin County that are set to keep you busy. Here are some of the local area Halloween Activities. NOTE: Each location is a link to Google Maps so you can find directions.
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Boo Bash – Downtown Sealy, TX. Boo Bash is a Sealy Main Street Staple. Jointly hosted with the Sealy News the whole family is invited for treats, games, costume contests, food trucks, live music and much more! It happens October 31, 2018 and starts at 5:00 PM.
Trunk or Treat Death Conquered – Christian City is having their Trunk or Treat on October 31st starting at 6pm. There’ll be:
- Trunk or Treat – Side Parking Lot
- Games – Side & Back Parking Lots
- Selfie Photo Booths
- S’mores – Prayer Garden
Trunk or Treat – St. John’s Lutheran Church in Bellville will be having their Trunk or Treat starting at 7pm. You can come in costume and trick-or-treat. You can also come and experience their Haunted Hall ($2 Entrance Fee).
First Bellville Block Party – The First Baptist Church in Bellville will be hosting a Block Party October 31, starting at 6pm. They’re located on the corner of S Mathews and E O’Bryant in Bellville (map). There’ll be burgers, hot dogs, music, games, trunk or treat and more for the whole family!
Wallis Chamber’s Trunk Or Treat – October 31st starting at 6pm at the Wallis City Complex Parking Lots. Join us for trunks full of goodies & goblins for a fun Family scary, good time!
Trunk or Treat – Industry United Methodist Church will be hosting their Trunk or Treat on the front lawn of the church starting at 5pm. There will hot dogs, crafts, and candy!
All Hallows Eve Celebration – Immaculate Conception Catholic Center. Food, candy fun, and games starting at 5 pm.
New Ulm, TX
Community Trunk or Treat – St. John and Trinity Lutheran are hosting trunk or treat beginning at 6 pm. Games, bounce house, refreshments. Sponsored by the New Ulm Chamber of Commerce.