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Upcoming family-friendly Halloween events in Cheyenne

We've rounded up the upcoming Halloween events going on in Cheyenne for the rest of October! Grab your family and costumes, and head out to these fun festive events: Friday, October 16, 7PM Astronomical Society Meeting Whispering Chase 4359 East Lincolnway Join them as they discover the “Spooky objects in the dark Halloween skies.” For more information, visit www.killerrabbit.co or call MJ Schutz at (307)634-2755. Saturday, October 17, 1PM-3PM Great Pumpkin Giveaway 255 Storey Blvd. Coldwell Banker hosts annual pumpkin giveaway, handing out free pumpkins, treats, and much more! Costumes are encouraged. Friday - Sunday, Oct. 23-25, 6PM and 7:30PM Ghost Fright-seeing Tours (Haunted Trolly Tours); Depot Plaza, 15th & Capitol Ave. It's Ghouls Gone Wild with the Terror on the Trolley as the Cheyenne Street Railway and the Paranormal Hunting Observation Group band together to investigate local hauntings! These 90-minute tours illuminate the spirits who once inhabited the vast prairie and our Wild West town. Wear your Halloween costumes. Departing from the historic (and haunted) Depot at West 15th Street and Capitol Ave. Cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children 2-12 years old. Reservations are required. Tickets go on sale October 1 and VANISH quickly. 307-778-3133 orcheyennetrolley.com. Saturday, October 24, 11AM Click, Clack, Boo! Storytime Barnes & Noble, 1851 Del Range Children's Event, Those clever cows are at it again! Celebrate Halloween with Storytime and activities featuring Click, Clack, Boo! For more information, call 307-632-3000. Monday, October 26 Reception for Harvest;Halloween Art Show. Cheyenne Artists Guild Holliday Park 1701 Morrie Ave. This show will have two categories Halloween theme or Autumn harvest theme. Prizes will be given in both categories. Free. Friday, October 26, 4-7PM A Night at the Museum Wyoming State Museum, 2300 Central Ave. Children trick or treat and meet some of Wyoming's most famous characters from the past past while touring the State Museum's galleries. Expected to be on hand during the festivities are President Teddy Roosevelt, Governor John Campbell, frontier soldiers, lawmen and other historical Wyomingites. The event is free. If you need more information, call 307-777-7022 Saturday, October 27, 1PM Halloween Party The VFW 3216 S. Greeley Hwy. Invites children to this free and fun event features a haunted house, goodie bags, cakewalk and games to win prizes.For information, call them at 307-632-0950. Sunday, October 28, 4PM Trunk or Treat Christ Lutheran Church and AKIDemy, 3260 Nationway Take the little ones to the Trunk or Treat party that features a carnival with games and prizes and a free hot dog supper. Afterwards all children are invited to go to the parking lot area where car trunks will be opened up all decorated for Halloween. Children may then trick or treat from car to car. For information, call 632-8429. Thursday - Friday, Oct. 29-30, 6PM and 7:30PM Ghost Fright-seeing Tours It's Ghouls Gone Wild with the Terror on the Trolley as the Cheyenne Street Railway and the Paranormal Hunting Observation Group band together to investigate local hauntings! These 90-minute tours illuminate the spirits who once inhabited the vast prairie and our Wild West town. Wear your Halloween costumes. Departing from the historic (and haunted) Depot at West 15th Street and Capitol Ave. Cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children 2-12 years old. Reservations are required. Tickets go on sale October 1 and VANISH quickly. 307-778-3133 Friday, October 30, 9AM Halloween Weekend Breakfast Laramie County Senior Services Activity Center, 2101 Thomes Avenue Eat breakfast to benefit the Nutrition Program. It is $12 per person, with the proceeds benefiting the Nutrition Program. Call (307)635-2435 or E-mail rsvp_phutch@vcn.com to RSVP. Friday, October 30, 9AM - 5PM Goblin Walk Youth Activity & Community Center, 1317 Parsley Blvd. This year features Superheroes, Alice in Wonderland, Transformers, Princesses, Monsters, Inc. and more! All kids will receive candy bags and candy is passed out along the path. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult. For children ages 2-8 years old. Sessions are 1:30-3:30p.m. & 5-8:30 p.m. Tickets on sale at the Leisure Services Division, 610 W. 7th St, or call 307-637-6423. Friday, October 30, 1-3PM Halloween Event at YMCA 1426 East Lincolnway Admission is $1 per person and includes amusements, games, photo booth, hot dog, chips and soda. For more information call (307)634-9622. Tuesday, October 30, 7PM Music that Goes Bump in the Night Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 W. 20th St. The Laramie County Community College Band presents "Music That Goes Bump in the Night." The annual Halloween themed concert is free to the public and donations will be accepted for the COMEA shelter. Halloween costumes are optional and the event includes their annual pumpkin carving contest. For information, call 307-637-6363. Saturday, October 31, 4-7 p.m. A Night at the Museum Wyoming State Museum, 2301 Central Ave. Trick-or-treat through the Wyoming State Museum and visit with characters from Wyoming's past. This safe and educational event is for all ages, although children must be accompanied by an adult. Free. For additional information, please call 307-777-7021. Saturday, October 31, 6PM-midnight Halloween House 2530 East 18th Street You'll find witches, zombies and other scary creatures, as well as a pumpkin patch. It's for anyone who is 8 years old or older. The cost is $5. Saturday, October 31, 11AM-3PM A Spooktacular Shooting Event Laramie County Shooting Sports Complex features fun for all ages with a live Zombies laser challenge (laser guns available), bring your bb guns (air guns) to shoot the pumpkins you pain, hunt down ghosts, ghouls and zombies with an archery hunt, shoot at catapulted pumpkins with your own shotgun, and participate in ezting zombie gelatin brains, face painting, costume contests, shooting duels, eating candy, wearing new t-shirts and other great activities. To participate is free if you are a yearly member of the complex or for all others it is $10, with some activities costing extra. Great prizes are involved. For information, call 307-775-7484 or go to the complex's website. Saturday, October 31, 1-5PM Halladay Auto Group Trunk ‘n Treat All three Halladay Motors dealerships invite you to their Trunk ‘n Treat on at all three locations on Westland Road. There will be Halloween goodies, for ages 12 and under, “Best Trunk” contest, judged by the community and refreshments for the whole family. All children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call (307)634-1511. Saturday, October 31, 3PM Pumpkin Fair Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Avenue The Pumpkin Fair at the Laramie County Library, 2200 Pioneer Ave., will feature all things pumpkin. They'll have pumpkin stories, crafts and games, face painting, and so much more. Wear your costume if you want to. The fair will be at 3 p.m. October 31. For information, call307-634-3561. h/t Clayton Tanner #shortgo