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Extreme Pumpkin Carving


This event takes pumpkin carving to a whole new level. Hang out at Catalina Foothills shopping mall on Friday and Saturday, October 25-26 and marvel at these extravagant and extreme pumpkins. More information to come!

Catalina Foothills Mall

7401 N. La Cholla Blvd.






Bring your kids to Reid Park Zoo for a night of trick-or-treating at the zoo Friday-Sunday, October 25-27. While spooky sights wait at every corner this is an event tailored to all ages, with tons of fun, frightful decorations and costumed characters. Entrance is $7; $5 for Zoo members.

Reid Park Zoo

3400 Zoo Ct.



Feast with the Dearly Departe


Celebrate the traditions of Dia de los Muertos a little early this year at Tucson Botanical Gardens with mariachi music, sugar skulls, and eccentric decorations. On October 26 from 5-8 p.m., enjoy Sonoran food and drinks and honor this centuries old celebratory ceremony, which honors the dead. Amidst it all, guests can simply revel in the beauty of the botanical gardens’ atmosphere. Admission costs $8; $4 children ages four-12. TGB members get in for $4; $2 ages four-12.

Tucson Botanical Gardens

2150 N. Alvernon Way


Werewolf Bar Mitzvah! Halloween Blow Out

“Boys becoming men…men becoming wolves!” Join in on this 30 Rock inspired party—one of the most exciting and insane in Tucson—Hotel Congress. This event is happening on Halloween night starting at 9 p.m. and features indoor and outdoor music and two costume contests. Get ready to get down right wicked. Pricing has yet to be determined, so be sure to check the Hotel Congress website frequently for more information.

Hotel Congress

311 E. Congress St.