Although some activities have been cancelled or postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are still many opportunities to go out on coastal bends. See the list below for the festivals, pumpkin fields and haunted houses around the area. Are there any events to add? Send the information via email to email@example.com.
What: The First United Methodist Church in Portland this fall invites you back to the patch! Get your pumpkin and enjoy special events from October 1st to 31st. The proceeds will benefit the Ministry of Housing Construction.
What: Grace UMC invited the community to their pumpkin field, where the family tradition of making one pumpkin at a time
What: Pumpkins of various shapes and sizes to meet all your needs. School and daycare tours are available on request.
Content: This annual pumpkin patch benefits the St. John’s Children’s Department, selling pumpkins in various sizes and providing free photo settings.
Content: Asbury UMC’s annual pumpkin field is back, selling thousands of pumpkins and gourds. Choose a pumpkin and take some great seasonal photos.
Location: Asbury United Methodist Church, 7501 S. Staples St. (corner of Staples St. and Yorktown Blvd.)
Content: In this Halloween season, visit the haunted house of Boogeyman Haunted House to learn about various creepy attractions that will make you scream. This is not an ordinary haunted house, and it is certainly not suitable for the faint-hearted. The historical significance of our location means that when you bravely cross Boogeyman’s Closet to our main haunt and other eerie haunted sites, you will be mixed up with the living and the undead. The haunted house is suitable for wheelchair users; children must be accompanied by an adult and be able to walk through the maze on their own.
Time: Friday and Saturday from September 24th to October 30th from 7pm to midnight, and Sunday, October 31st (from 7pm to the last person in line on Halloween).
Content: “Haunted House of Fright Night” will return in 2021. Imagine how it feels before you suddenly wake up from your worst nightmare. Now imagine this feeling during your entire stay in a haunted hotel. Tickets for this season are limited and can only be purchased online, so please buy before they are sold out!
Cost: US$20 for general tickets, US$30 for skip-the-line tickets, US$40 for VIP skip-the-line tickets (Online sales only, dates will be sold out)
Content: Two floors, 85 rooms, more than 100 monsters every night bring unpredictable horror. The terrible journey takes the bravest souls to the second and third decks of a World War II-era aircraft carrier, into a space that has never been open to the public. You should be prepared to deal with steep ladders, dark corridors, creaking hatches and unimaginable sights, screams and sounds. This is a strong haunted experience-please think twice before enlisting! 10 years and older, must be able to navigate in ladders and confined spaces (accessible for wheelchairs).
Content: Explore our huge corn maze and choose the perfect pumpkin from our pumpkin patch. Enjoy many of our attractions, such as slides, backyard games, farm animals, cattle trains, apple blasters and more! Don’t forget your camera so you can capture all the autumn photos around the farm. hungry? We have discounts around the farm, serving drinks and delicious food, such as burgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese, lemonade, ice water, soda water, etc.
Cost: online general ticket is 13.95 US dollars, the door is 18.09 US dollars; Super Pass (includes 2 tokens, can be used for Apple Blaster and/or paintball 21.95 US dollars online, 26.63 US dollars at the door
Content: Experience the paranormal on this historic ghost tour, a 2-hour walk through downtown Corpus Christi. Understand the different types of distress and manifestations. Visit haunted locations and listen to the history, legends and folklore of each location. Learn more about the past of Old Corpus Christi and listen to ghost stories that chill your back. (The tour does not enter the building).
Location: Meet at the parking lot of the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History, 1900 N Chaparral St.
Content: The Coastal Bend Pride Center displays a miniature altar display of Día de los Muertos. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community and the public are invited to participate in this day to commemorate our departed loved ones and pay tribute to them with a miniature ofrenda (altar). Ofrendas can be made in a small shoe box or similarly sized container and decorated with photos of their loved ones, as well as their favorite foods, trinkets, flowers, etc. Submissions will be accepted at Coastal Bend Pride Center on October 26.
Time: Submissions accepted before October 26; viewing time is Thursday, October 28, Friday, October 29, and Monday, November 1 from noon to 3 pm
What: The Aurora Art Theater presents Richard O’Brien’s “Rocky Horror Show”. This musical satire pays tribute to the era of B-rated cinematic horror films and science fiction. A flat tire in the storm puts the innocent newly engaged Brad and Janet into trouble. They seek refuge in the weird mansion of a transvestite scientist named Dr. Frank-n-Furter. Through careful dancing and singing, he revealed his ultimate creation.
Time: October 8 to November 6, Friday at 7:30 pm, Saturday at 7:30 pm and 11 pm; October 31 (Sunday) at 7:30 pm
What: The Rialto Theater presents Noel Coward’s “joy spirit”. A psychic held a surrender meeting for a writer who was obstructed by the writer, but unexpectedly summoned the spirit of his late first wife, which made the love triangle with his current wife, who had been married for five years, more and more complicated.
Content: The 10th annual Thomas J. Henry Bark in the Park will be held online only in 2021. The Pet Clothing Photo Contest will officially open at noon on Monday, October 4th. The registration fee is $5. All proceeds will be used for the following local pet rescue: Texas Animal Defense League, San Antonio Pet Alive, Peewee’s Pet Adoption, Gulf Coast Humane Society, Mission Pawsible and ShelterAMutt! The Bark in the Park photography competition is open to all residents of the United States. All you have to do is to register your pet in the photo contest, and then share your entries with your family and friends. The top 30 contestants with the most votes will win prizes of up to US$2,500.
Content: From the delicious gumbo to the lively live crab contest, this family-oriented activity has become a favorite of everyone in South Texas. Handicrafts and Seafair market suppliers will host more than 120 suppliers! Watch a live music performance by Spazmatics on Saturday! Do you like water adventures? Sign up for the fun and crazy cardboard boat race. There are games suitable for all ages. Not to be missed is the lively crab race on the wooden racecourse, to join in the fun or just as a spectator. On Saturdays, you will enjoy watching the Seafair train around the festival grounds near the children’s tent area. Take a stroll at the car show on Sunday. At around 1 pm on Sunday, bring your favorite dessert or salsa for a quick game on the Big Tent stage. Participants need to arrive before 12:30 pm
Content: Join the South Side Farmers Market to participate in the annual autumn craft market. Every year they hold an expanded farmers’ market where you can shop not only from your favorite farmers, but also from local artisans.
Location: Corpus Christi South Farmers Market, Everhart Market Mall, 5800 Everhart Road
Content: Join the First United Methodist Church in Portland, participate in pumpkin-themed games such as pumpkin bowling, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, and activities suitable for all ages! You will get rewards for completing the game.
Content: The CC Movie Night provided by Reliant returns to the big screen of Whataburger Field throughout October, bringing a series of blockbusters to the whole family. On Saturday, October 9, Pixar’s popular movie “Moana” will set sail in a family-friendly lineup. Next, get ready for the adventure that Queen Elsa and Princess Ann will bring to Whataburger Field in “Frozen II” on Friday, October 15th. Then put on dancing shoes for Pixar’s “Coco” on Saturday, October 23rd. Finally, on Thursday, October 28th, immerse yourself in the ghostly atmosphere in the Disney Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus”. Seats are open in the outfield of Whataburger Field, seat bowls. Traditional baseball stadium food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the movie starts at 7 pm; Saturday, October 9, Saturday, October 15, Saturday, October 23, and Thursday, October 28
Content: Celebrate healthy living and eating through a plant-based lifestyle! This festival is a time to celebrate and promote plant food, animal rights and environmental sustainability. There will be many suppliers. Lots of plant foods. And a lot of fun! Enjoy music, speakers and cooking demonstrations.
Content: Texas Sandfest is an internationally recognized 3-day family event that attracts sculptors and tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world to Port Aransas every year. Join us this year and take part in some amazing sand sculptures, food, live music, children’s activities-and buy jewelry, crafts, clothing, furniture, souvenirs, etc. in the supplier area.
Cost: US$15 for adults, US$5 for children aged 6-12, and free for 5 years and younger. Three-day pass (one-day pass is not available)
Content: Get the Autumn Happy Pack at Funtrackers. Guests will receive a $10 playing card, a pumpkin in a pumpkin field and visit a personalized decoration station to enter Dr. Tripenfall’s crazy laboratory, where young guests and their parents can visit this interesting laboratory. And choose an attraction and have a chance to win a lottery ticket of 50 USD playing cards and 1000 lottery tickets.
What: Grace United Methodist Church invites families to participate in this fall festival and their children’s luggage or hospitality. There will be local vendors offering holiday gifts and pumpkin carving stations. Children can enjoy Trunk or Treat through games and prizes, holiday music, face painting, bounce houses and costume competitions. The pumpkin field will also be open.
What: The South Texas Food Truck Festival is celebrating its biggest event @ Whataburger Field, with 30 food trucks offering exquisite dishes and food creations for everyone.
Content: Join Portland’s First United Methodist Church and enjoy music and movie nights at the Pumpkin Field! Portland original band The East & The Crow will land on Portland Pumpkin Patch, followed by two “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown”. Food trucks will also be provided throughout the day. The music starts at 5 pm, and the movie starts at 7 pm and 8:15 pm. Bring a blanket or chair.
Content: Join La Palmera and celebrate life and death with music, games and prizes. Guests can enjoy live music from Los Mariachis, beer samples from L&F Distributors (21 years and older, while stocks last), Corpus Christi Loteria and Grito Contest. Loteria game cards will be provided at the registration table of La Palmera Cafés on a first-come, first-served basis. The competition started at 6 pm as part of Mexico’s long tradition, and La Palmera also invited the community to bring a photo that will be displayed from October 3 to November. 2 Ofrenda built and decorated by K Space Contemporary, located near the concierge. The photos can be sent to the concierge during the business hours of the mall. Encourage framed photos, the size should not exceed 5″x”7″. Photos and frames will not be returned.
Content: Bring the children to put on costumes to safely cheat or entertain between cars and attractions in the park.
Content: Join the Valero and Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History and spend a day full of science, technology and engineering fun for the whole family! There will be fascinating STEM events, science performances, planetarium performances, Museum Live! and discounts available for purchase.
Content: Come and decorate a pumpkin in the patch! Paint, decorate or sculpt! Bring your own pumpkin or buy one in the patch. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own supplies for decoration, but we will have some supplies on hand. If you are sick or anyone you know is sick, please stay home.
What: Boo Bash is back this year, and it’s better than ever. Everyone is invited to a party in the municipal park on Saturday, October 23 from 6 to 9 pm. There will be fun, games, live music and trick or treat trails.
Content: Third Coast Athletics welcomes everyone to participate in Halloween Carnival and Trunk or Treat. This is even open to the entire community, where you will find many interesting games and activities. There will be witches throwing hats and rings, monsters can be knocked down, ghost bowling, costume competitions and more! Buy snacks such as popcorn, marshmallows, and potato chips. Then leave some suitcases or treatments from 7pm to 8pm
Content: Join Sk8land for the annual Halloween ghost show! Features ice skating, costume games, mummy wrap games, and candy crawls.
What: Corpus Christi Hooks casts a spell at Whataburger Field! The Halloween hooks provided by HEB will return on October 28th! Come out at 7pm to participate in free, safe, and fun live activities, including trick or treat, carnival games, photo booths and “Hocus Pocus” on video boards. Baseball stadium food, soda water and beer will be available for purchase. Encourage attendees to donate canned food to Coastal Bend Food Bank, which has received more than 400 pounds of food in the past few years
Content: Join Hot Z95, Rock 92/7 and 1440 KEYS, they will give away 500 pumpkins. There will be a clothing contest, more than 20 vendors, gifts and more. This drive-thru event will be open to the public for free, but guests are required to stay in their vehicles during the event. Each car will receive at least one pumpkin, while stocks last.
Location: Parking lot between Hurricane Alley and Brewster Street Ice House, N. Tancahua St. between Brewster St. and E. Port Ave.
Content: Join the most popular comics and participate in its first Halloween comics and collection festival! This will be a great event, with great sales and fun, including free Halloween Marvel books, 20% discount on key books, 50% past questions from silverware to modern times, 15% dolls and statues , Including the new version. In addition, all horror-themed costumes will be on sale, with free gifts throughout the day, and costume competitions. The top 20 people in line will also receive a ticket for a large special gift.
Content: Join Camp Aranzazu and enjoy some outdoor family-friendly fun! Put on your costumes and enjoy an afternoon full of crafts, delicacies, self-guided camp hiking and more! All activities will take place outdoors around the camp. During the Alanzazu camp, all guests and staff must wear masks or face shields.
What: The Rialto Theater will host the Aransas Pass Zombie Walk on Saturday, October 30th. What are you asking about zombie walking? Well, the zombie walk is an activity. Many people dress up as zombies and parade on the street, just like you walk into a Romero movie. Put on your best costume and join the walk that will start and end in the theater. Invite people of all ages. There will be a costume competition and you can watch a family-friendly movie after a walk.
Content: Nueces Brewing Company hosts Halloween parties and city-wide treasure hunts. There will be costume contests, beer releases, and sweets, candies, candies!
Content: The Bank of America Center will launch an interactive screening of the “Rocky Horror Show” in the Selena Auditorium on October 30, including live actors, gag bags, specialty cocktails, etc. Come to the lab and see what’s on the tablet! The door opens at 7 p.m. and the rehearsal starts at 8 p.m. This event is R-level. Anyone under the age of 17 is not allowed to enter the venue unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Post time: Oct-11-2021