Events in Greater Flint


Oct. 11-19


The Howling Haunted Trail & Halloween Party

Sponsored by Adopt-A-Pet in Fenton, this weekend event gives you a chance to face your fears and find your way to the party. Enter the dark woods and encounter evil spirits and mischievous sprites as you find your way through the twisting, turning path. If you have the nerve to make it through a party awaits you complete with beer tent. This event is not recommended for children or those that scare easily.

13575 N. Fenton Rd., Fenton. 7-11pm. Weekends Only. $15 cash only at the gate.


Oct. 12


Davison Pumpkin Festival

Head to downtown Davison for the 30th annual pumpkin festival sponsored by Fernco. This event always brings a large crowd and is a good time for both adults and children. This year the festival will feature bounce houses, games, hay rides, crafts, food and contests – including the pumpkin pie eating contest, rock, paper, scissors contest and salsa judging.

Downtown, Davison. 8-6pm.


Witchtober Fest

This year, Witches Tea Flint presents Witchtober Fest at Good Beans Café. Meet thrilling authors, macabre presenters and browse spooky crafts.  Authors include Serafina Bersonage, Martha Allard, Melodie Bolt, Avonelle Morley and Roxanne Rhoads. Presentation topics include pendulums, familiars, graveyard practices and Halloween astrology. $5 admission benefits the YWCA of Greater Flint and if you dress as a witch you can receive a $2 discount on admission.

Good Beans Café, Flint. 11-4pm.


Flint Fright FilmFest

Join the Flint Horror Collective for a full day of horror at Mott Community College. This festival showcases short Indie and sci-fi films with awards given out at the end of the day in such categories as best writing, best special makeup effects, best Flint-made, scariest and best overall picture. Admission is $5.

Mott Community College, Flint. 12-7:30pm.


Oct. 25


Scream Theatre!

Good Beans Café is the location for Scream Theatre! Presented by Flint City Theatre. Join the cast for a night of mayhem and revelry as they entertain you with comic improvisation and Halloween songs. Costumes are encouraged and, of course, there will be candy.

Good Beans Café, Flint. 7-8:30pm.


Oct. 26


Family Zombie Jamboree and Parade

Hosted by Flint Handmade, this family-friendly event features face-painting, crafts, coloring, costume exchange, photo booth, book giveaway and more at the Flint Public Library. The zombie parade will take place at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm.

Flint Public Library, Flint. 12-4pm.


Local Haunted Attractions


Exit 13 Haunted House

Located in Mt. Morris, Exit 13 is Genesee County’s premier haunted house. Open for weekends through Halloween. Exit 13 has gone through a complete renovation and is ready to provide overwhelming terror yet again.

6069 N. Saginaw St., Mt. Morris.


Rotten Manor

This Halloween attraction, located in Holly, features two 45-minute experiences in fear – the rotten manor and rotten asylum/forest. It is a highly detailed and immersive experience in fear. It is open most days through the month of October. Check the website or call 248-390-4195 for details.

13245 Dixie Hwy., Holly. 7pm-12am.


Past Tense After Dark

Lapeer is filled with Fear! Past Tense After Dark provides numerous chills and frights. Enter the House of Horrors, attempt to navigate the Corn Maze of Fear, and experience the Hayride of Despair. Can you survive all three attractions at Lapeer’s premier haunted destination?

1965 Farnsworth Rd., Lapeer. Open at 7pm.



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