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Trick or Treat Around Town with some SPOOKY Halloween Happenings!



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Trick or Treat Around Town with some SPOOKY Halloween Happenings!

HalloWine in Cottleville

A psychic available on the patio from 7pm-11pm.
Join us to celebrate Hallowine and the last day of the 2015 season! October 31, 2015 All day drink specials
Rocky Horror Picture Show on the patio Starting at 6:30pm
D.J. Gordon Montgomery following the show. Costumes optional, prize for best costume of the evening.

Halloween in the Central West End

Don’t waste your time if you own a “This Is My Costume” T-shirt. This is the contest for people who take costumes seriously. The competition is serious and for adults only; there’s $4,500 in cash and prizes at stake. And for families, during the day, there’s a kids costume party at 11 a.m. and a pet costume party at 1 p.m. $25 for an individual, $50 per group. Costume contest registration begins at 6 p.m. Maryland and Euclid.

Johnnie Brock’s Dungeon Halloween Bash

Johnnie Brock’s Dungeon is a treasure for the Halloween-minded among us, so it’s only natural that the store is hosting a bash at Ballpark Village. From 7 p.m. to 3 a.m., get as crunk as you dare at the downtown mecca to sports and drinking. General admission is $40, which includes all the drinks and the dulcet tones of Dr. Zhivegas. There’s also $5,000 in costume-contest prize money on the line. Ballpark Village, 601 Clark.

Brentwood Ice Rink Halloween Skate

On Friday night, bust out your scariest moves on ice at the Brentwood Ice Rink. There will be a costume contest, face-painting, pizza, and a hockey puck scavenger hunt—which sounds terrifying. $4, with $2 skate rental. 7–10 p.m. 2505 S. Brentwood.

Boos and Brews Fest

Come one, come all to Craft Beer Cellar in Clayton. Wear a costume, and you can help kill the keg for free. Word on the street is that offerings from Strange Donuts and He’Brew will be on hand. 8113 Maryland.

Costume Crawl Soulard

At least 10 of Soulard’s finest establishments are banding together to celebrate the most wicked of weekends. This year, the fifth iteration of the Costume Crawl is sure to top last year’s crowd of 3,000 ghouls. From noon to midnight, ramble among participating bars, and indulge in buffets, entertainment, and drink specials. At 4 p.m., visit the Great Grizzly Bear for the costume contest. (Registration starts at 3 p.m.) $20. 1027 Geyer.

The Darkness

The Darkness is consistently rated among the nation’s scariest haunted houses. This year’s storyline centers around three vicious sisters with a taste for body modification—other peoples’ bodies, that is. And if waiting in line is what really terrifies you, consider going later: The Darkness stays open into November. See website for prices and times.1525 S. Eighth.

The Abyss at Lemp Brewery

This weekend is your last chance to plunge five stories below ground, into total darkness, and get terrified on a site known for historical things that go bump in the night. The tunnels are scary enough without bloodsucking ghouls on the loose. See website for prices and times. 3500 Lemp.


Trundle on out to Fenton for a night of terror. Creepyworld boasts 13 different attractions on one site. Does a zombie paintball hayride sound about your speed? How about a pair of haunted houses? If a graveyard full of zombies doesn’t get you, then maybe you’re one of them. See website for prices and times. 1400 S. Old Highway 141, Fenton.


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