Riverfront Banquet Center, Flint MI
Get spooked out with horror vendors, movies, costume contests, scary fun, entertainment and lots more including special celebrity guest appearances. For a detailed schedule of activities visit www.flinthorrorcon.com. To read more about this horror event visit http://www.fromdusktillcon.com/content/interviews/166-interviews-showcase/2247-interview-chris-ringler-flint-horror-con.
Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad, Flint Michigan
Join your favorite spooky friends and follow the blinking pumpkin lights to trick-or-treat at 20 candy stops throughout Crossroads Village. Walk through the Enchanted Forest, find your way through a Halloween straw maze, take a ride through the autumn countryside on the famous Huckleberry Ghost Train Express and then take in a magic show in the Opera House. So round up the kids for lots of silly Halloween fun and doughnuts and cider for everyone! For a detailed schedule of activities and train times visit www.geneseecountyparks.org.
Fenton Village Playhouse, Fenton Michigan
Enjoy this Neil Simon comedy play about Jake, a writer with a struggling marriage, who talks to many women, both in real life and in his imagination, as he works to save his marriage. Suffering with psychosis and seeing representations of his daughter at age 12, Jake’s late wife and recently divorced wife are dealing with his inability to write productively and must resolve these issues before he does. For details and a schedule of upcoming shows visit www.fentonvillageplayers.org.
The New McCree Theatre, Flint Michigan
This special 2-day festival will illuminate the works of talented and gifted local African American writers, poets, spoken word artists, dancers, singers, actors and visual artists. The program will consist of readings, performances and exhibits by this phenomenal group of women who give great substance to the legacy of the late great Maya Angelou. For details and a schedule of upcoming shows visit www.thenewmccreetheatre.com.