Looking for some fun fall activities to do with friends this Halloween weekend? Here are 4 different types of events going on locally:
THE PUMPKIN OPTIONS
Sinkland will be having their last festival weekend of the year on Saturday and Sunday. This weekend’s festival will feature live music, wine tastings, a Halloween Elvis look-a-like judging, and arts and crafts vendors. Check out their website for more information.
Joe’s Trees is also hosting their last pumpkin picking and festival weekend and will be open only on Saturday. Their festivities include vendors as well as free hay rides and a corn maze.
THE SCARY OPTIONS
Want to get scared at a former hospital for the mentally ill? Check out St. Albans Sanitorium in Radford. Their “unchained” event is available Friday and Saturday night. For more details or to purchase tickets, check out their website.
Gallows Dead Oak Hollow is a haunted farm in Elliston featuring four terrifying attractions. Their last scares of the season will be happening this weekend. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit their website.
THE ATHLETIC OPTION
Here’s your chance to run a 5K on the Huckleberry Trail while dressed in your best costume. The Huckleberry Hustle 5K will be held at 9AM on Halloween. Day-of registration starts at 7:30AM at the Christiansburg Recreation Center and cost is $25. No animals are permitted. For more information or to see the race map, visit Town of Christiansburg events website.
THE DANCING OPTION
Want to wear your Halloween costume and learn how to dance? Virginia Tech’s Solely Swing Club presents the perfect opportunity. No partner or experience required. Beginners should arrive at 7:00PM for a basic swing dance lesson. Free admission. For more information, check out their Facebook event.
No matter what activities you choose, we at Valley Women’s Clinic want you to have a great and safe Halloween. If you do find yourself in need of our services, know that we are here for you. All of our services are free and confidential.