Five Things You Can Do During the Halloween Weekend
Boston Logan Taxi Cab wishes everyone a very happy and scary Halloween! However, you prefer it. Whatever way you decide to celebrate your holiday, Boston always has all the arrangements for you to have fun. Let’s see you have a very fun dog parade, a book festival, a lot of haunted houses to visit, and of course the Witch City of Salem. So Are you ready then? Or you need more details to finally make up your mind.
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Let’s take a look at some of the most popular events going on for you in Boston;
Boston Book Festival
Friday, Oct. 28-Saturday, Oct. 29
The Boston Book Festival will feature over 200 authors across many genres, including nonfiction, literary fiction, mystery, and many more. Writers Ellen Warner and Ekua Holmes will be presenting talks, while others will conduct readings, workshops, and walking walks. Beyond the literary aspects, The festival will also feature live music, food trucks, and entertainment. We will offer refreshments and food.
Doggone Halloween Parade
Saturday, Oct. 29
If you’re looking to involve your dog in the festivities of Halloween, Look for a way to do it. This weekend’s Doggone Halloween Parade will be open to all breeds of the dog and their owner to get in costumes and compete for prizes. The event is not just about adorable dogs but donuts, cider, and face painting.
Pet owners are eligible to win prizes such as the chance to spend a night at The Ritz-Carlton, hampers of gifts and treats at Tasty Burger, and many more. There are contests for the scariest outfit and the cutest costumes, the best dog and human pair, and the top dog in the show. Pets must be registered in advance to participate in this contest (it’s free), and the parade will take place at Downtown Crossing.
‘Frightful Fridays’ at Gore Place
Friday, Oct. 28
Head into Gore Place in Waltham this Friday night for a scary storytime. The event will comprise two 45-minute sessions with five stories, each scheduled for 6:30 p.m. and the other around 7:45 p.m. The shows will take place outside in the Century Tent, and while the stories might raise hair, they are open to adults and children of 6 and over.
Haunted Histories After Dark
Friday, Oct. 28
Explore the Peabody Essex Museum’s historic houses in downtown Salem on Friday. The performers in authentic costumes will be telling terrifying stories and mysteries inspired by actual historical events and the residents who lived within these homes. It is believed that the “goosebump-inducing” program is sold out. However, family-friendly tickets can still be purchased. Food and beverages will be available to buy outside the historic homes.
‘Let the Right One In’
Through Sunday, Nov. 6
This unique fall production is a collaboration between the Boston University School of Theatre and the Actors’ Theatre Project. The show is based on the novel written by John Ajvide Lindqvist and is the debut performance of the Actors Shakespeare Project’s 2022-2023 season.
It’s a love story for young people that is a supernatural tale when two unlikely friendships become involved in each other’s lives. Watching “Let the Right One In” is the ideal method to celebrate Halloween weekend, but it’s essential to know that this haunting production is designed for older audiences.
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