Trick or Treat Plano

Rainy Halloween Alternatives around Plano

There is some rain in forecast for Halloween.

Will it be a lot of rain? A little? Rain at night during Trick or Treat?

This is North Texas so that’s really anyone’s guess, including the professionals!

We can’t let a little rain spoil our Halloween fun. Here are some ideas for you:

GO TRICK OR TREATING INDOORS

Sometimes Local Malls offer trick or treating rain or shine, along with area libraries and other places.

We could only find one Mall this year, but let us know if we have missed any

So hit them up and go trick or treating indoors!

EDITED TO ADD NEW ADDITIONS: 12noon, Wednesday, October 31st

Mall-O-Ween:

Head over to the Music City Mall in Lewisville from 6pm – 8pm on October 31st  for some trick of treat fun! FREE! Bring your little pumpkin to trick or treat at participating retailers from 6-8pm

  • **WHILE SUPPLIES LAST** Marshall from Paw Patrol will be running around for photo ops with your little and you can stop by the activity tables to create a spooky fun bookmark or decorate your very own planter and pick a seed to watch it grow! There will also be glitter tattoos, balloons, cotton candy, and snow cones!
  • **Please note all candy and activities are while supplies last and may run out before 8pm*

Safari Run’s Spooktacular

Discounted indoor fun/Halloween themed ($1 discount with a costume) with a Live Reptile Show, courtesy of the DFW Reptarium, and a Halloween costume show with awards.  9.30 – 3pm

Crayola Experience Plano: Screamin’ Green Hauntoween

Get ready to get ZOMBIFIED with all-new monster-ific crafts, TRICK OR TREATING on the weekends, SCAVENGER HUNTS everyday and special, spooky happenings all month long!

Explore 22 exciting hands-on attractions with us. There is so much to “BOO”, you may never want to leave.

ALL included with general admission (get yours for $9 OFF) Annual Passholders receive FREE access!

Hall-o-Ween at Legacy Hall, Legacy West

5pm-9pm: Stall Trick-or-Treat [Legacy Hall] Bring the kids and trick-or-treat indoors! Kids (and adults) are welcome to grab handfuls of candy from any one of the restaurant stalls.

7:30pm: Hocus Pocus Movie Night [Lexus Box Garden] Movie goes on at 8pm, but be sure to get there early!

Head to Schimelpfenig Library:

Pumpkin book, pumpkin costumes, pumpkin candy bins… it’s time for Big Pumpkin Halloween! They’ll have  TWO more showings of their Big Pumpkin Halloween puppet show, both at Schimelpfenig Library on Wednesday, October 31 – once at 10:30 a.m. and the second at 7 p.m. Costumes are encouraged as we’ll trick-or-treat throughout the library!

Scare on the Square

Historic Downtown McKinney
Time: 4-7 p.m. Free to the public

Scare on the Square will continue rain or shine in Historic Downtown McKinney!

They’ve decided to move all activities inside the McKinney Performing Arts Center (111 N. Tennessee St.). The costume contest and live entertainment will be held in the theater, while 20+ vendors will be handing out tasty treats downstairs from 4-7 p.m.

Strikz Bowling, Frisco

Dress up in your Halloween Costume, and get a free $5 Game Card for the Arcade!

Trick or Treat Plano

Children In Fancy Costume Dress Going Trick Or Treating

You can also have an Indoor candy hunt inside your house or show a Halloween themed Movie!

Disclaimer: These events are not hosted by Plano Moms and we cannot take responsibility for the information provided online, as this was provided to us by the Venues. Please check details with the Venues directly.

Let us know how you celebrated Halloween this year

Abbie

Hi, I’m Abbie, super mom, and busy-bee who moved to Plano from London, England with my husband and 2 kids, Jesse and Lucy, in the Summer of 2013. Plano Moms was my lifeline when I arrived as I didn’t know anyone or anything about my new city that I now called home. Where did I start to make friends and meet moms like me? How did I know who were the best hairstylists, or dentists or pre-school options for my kids? Which area should I look for to find the right home and school for my son? All these questions were answered by Plano Moms, like me. I found a lifeline in it and chose to build it into the community it is today – 15,000 moms sharing ideas, tips, referrals and making connections with each other through Social Media, Planomoms.com, events & regular email newsletters! When I’m not being a Plano Mom or being a taxi service to my kids, I am coaching & consulting local businesses, working out, cooking and reading (when I find the time!)

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