Halloween events in St. Louis

Legends & Lanterns Halloween Festival

The entertaining and friendly ghouls love meeting little monsters, so get ready for some spooky fun. Legends & Lanterns offers live music in Scarecrow Glen, hayrides, Halloween displays, story times, exhibits, great food, crafts, face painting and more. 

 

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Halloween Events in St. Louis Oct. 13-16

The Halloween fun kicks off all across the St. Louis area this weekend, so it's time to break out your kids' costumes and get your treat bags ready! Here is a handy list of Halloween events happening from Thursday, Oct. 13 to Sunday, Oct. 16. Please note, some events require registration. Now, get ready for a frighteningly good time with your little monsters!

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Fall Family Hayrides in Creve Coeur Park

Bring your whole family for this special evening in Creve Coeur Park. You'll enjoy live country music, marshmallows and hot chocolate, and hayrides for people of all abilities (a ramp assisted hay wagon will be available).

Lawn chairs are welcome, and the music starts at 6:30 p.m.

Hayride times are 6, 7 and 8 p.m. on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24.  Cost is $10 per person. Advance registration is required by calling 314-615-8480, and please request special accommodations if needed. 

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Youth Fishing Derby at Des Peres Park
Saturday, June 22, 2024

Grab a rod and reel and bring your kids to Des Peres Park for the Youth Fishing Derby. Kids ages 3-12 can participate in morning fishing, the Longest Fish Contest, and most fish caught in each age division. Bring your own fishing pole and bait. Registration is required.

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