Get ready to show off your best costume and gather copious amounts of treats and goods because it is officially spooky season in Manhattan! Here are some of the biggest Halloween events you can't miss.
 

Sunset Zoo's Spooktacular

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The spookiest weekend at the Zoo is October 22, 23, and 24 during their annual Spooktacular. All throughout the zoo find spooky decorations, trick or treat stations, games, food, music, and more. Timed tickets will be sold this year and Friday, October 22 will be reserved for medical high-risk and special populations. 

 

Manhattan Town Center's Boo Party

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Trick or Treat in the heat at Manhattan Town Center on October 28. Starting at 5:30 p.m. enjoy indoor trick or treating throughout the entire mall with several kid-friendly activities and giveaways.

 

Trick or Treat in the 'Ville

Trick or Treat the 'Ville

Superheros, Witches, and so much more will take over Aggieville on Friday, October 29 during the Aggieville Business Association's annual Trick or Treat the 'Ville. Come dressed to impress and trick or treat throughout the 'Ville from 3 - 5 p.m.

 

Downtown's All Treats Day  

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Join Downtown as participating businesses open their doors to all trick or treaters. All Treats Day will happen on Friday, October 29 from 4 - 6 p.m. Plus J&C Imaging will be offering a FREE digital download of a spooky-themed photo if you bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation to the Manhattan Emergency Shelter.

 

Bewitching in Westloop

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Don't miss the spooky action on the west side of town Friday, October 29 from 4 - 6 p.m as the Westloop Westside Business Association hosts Bewitching in Westloop. Follow the treat trail all throughout the Westloop shopping center for tons of treats, goodies, and giveaways.

 

K-State's Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally

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On October 29, once your candy bags are full head back over to Downtown or Aggieville and watch the K-State homecoming parade roll by. The parade starts at the Manhattan Town Center at 5 p.m. and runs through Aggieville to City park. Plus immediately after the parade, head to City Park for a spirit-filled pep rally at the Larry Norvell Band Shell where the KSU Pep Band, cheerleaders, Classy Cats and Willie will be ready to build the excitement for Saturday's big game.

Come experience Halloween in Manhattan. Mark your calendars and start piecing your best costume together today!