October 25, 2018

Homegrown Halloween
Chapel Hill manages Halloween on Franklin Street to keep it small, safe, and with a local emphasis. Costumes and creativity showcase the best of this spontaneous crowd gathering that occurs each year on Franklin Street. Extremely large crowd sizes in years past have required public safety strategies. On this night, they restrict traffic into downtown, employ just less than 200 public safety officers, and establish alcohol checkpoints. Wednesday, 8 pm; W Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Halloween Safe Night 2018
On Halloween night, search out candies and treats at the N.C. Museum of History as you walk along the trick-or-treat trail and through The Story of North Carolina chronological history exhibit. Shop additional spookiness in the Museum Shop—they have a selection of ghost-story books, hand-crafted pottery and glass pumpkins, and other gifts with North Carolina connections! Ages 12 and under (with adult). Wednesday, 6 – 9 pm; 5 East Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601; 919.807.7900

Halloween VIII- Paranormal Party with DJ Rang/DJ Forge
Put on your best costume and party the night away Halloween style. $8 Advance and $10 Day Of; Wednesday, 8:30 pm; Motorco Music Hall, 723 Rigsbee Ave, Durham, NC

Free Cookie from Insomnia Cookies on Halloween
Wear a costume and get a free cookie on Halloween. One cookie per person. Not available for delivery. Traditional cookies only. No purchase required. Wednesday, 9 – 3 am; 145 East Franklin St, Chapel Hill, NC; 2302 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC

By Whitney

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