Contact: Rich Mueller
Phone: (702) 455-8200

Halloween Events Hosted by Clark County Parks & Recreation

Why limit the fun of Halloween to only one day?  Have a good time with candy, games, costumes and other activities at a neighborhood recreation center starting October 18th.  Find an event in your neighborhood, or visit multiple events to maximize your Halloween experience!

     A very Potter Hollows Eve, Helen Meyer Community Center, 4525 New Forest Drive, 89147.  October 18, 6-9pm, join the sorting hat and all your friends for a viewing of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.  It will be a night of trivia, magic, and crafts.  Cost is $5/person. 

     Monster Mash Swim Bash - Aquatics Springs Pool, 7025 South Apache Road, 89148.  Enjoy an evening of swimming, arts & crafts, trick-or-treating and fun on October 19th, 4-7pm.  Costumes are encouraged, but don't forget your swimsuit!  Register early for $5/kids and $3/adults.  Day of the event cost is $7/kids and $3/adults. 

     Halloween Spooktacular - Hollywood Recreation Center, 1650 S. Hollywood, 89142.  This is a free event on October 23rd, 6-8pm.  Hollywood Recreation Center is offering an opportunity for families to have a spooktacular time.  Activities include: games, cupcake walk, face painting, crafts and bounce houses available for youth.  All activities are free, food and beverages from local Food Trucks will be available for purchase and you can dunk our staff in our dunk tank for $1. 

     Itty Bitty Halloween - Paradise Recreation Center, 4775 South McLeod, 89121.  October 23, 6-8pm, ages 3-6 come and participate in games, crafts, trick-or-treat trail, music and contests.  Costumes are encouraged!

     Monsters at the Manor -Robert E. Price Recreation Center, 2050 Bonnie Lane, 89156.  Children ages 3-12 can come enjoy an afternoon of games, candy and contests on October 24th, 4-6pm.  This is a free event, candy is available while supplies last.

     Monster Mash - The Crossing, 7950 West Windmill Lane, 89113.  October 24th, 5pm-9pm, be part of our family-friendly event that will be sure to get you in the spirit of Halloween.  Race pumpkins, trick-or-treat and play games and dance the night away all in one place!

     Trunk or Treat -Whitney Recreation Center, 5712 East Missouri Avenue, 89122.  This is a free family event outside in the park on October 24th, 6pm-8pm.  Come meet the mascots of your local sports teams and watch them compete in a Mascot Dance Off!  There will be trunk-or-treating, music, live entertainment and games for everyone.  Down II Ride Car Club's cars will also be on display.

     Hall-O-Breeze -Desert Breeze Recreation Center, 8275 Spring Mountain Road, 89117.  October 24th, 5-8pm, don't miss our annual fun-filled Halloween event with a trick-or-treat trail, games and activities.  Cost is $5/person.

     Wetlands Spooktacular -Clark County Wetlands Park, 7050 East Wetlands Park Lane, 89122.  On October 25th, 12pm-3pm, come for daytime ghostly family-friendly good times.  Explore the Haunted Maze in daylight.  Also, enjoy crafts, stories, face painting and fortune telling.  $1 entry fee.

     Haunt the Wetlands -Clark County Wetlands Park, 7050 East Wetlands Park Lane, 89122.  October 25th, 5-8pm, brave the Haunted Maze and the Creatures of the Night Walk.  Visit a Mad Scientist's Lab and have close encounters with live creepy crawly animals.  Cost is $5/person.

     Halloween Safe Night - Doolittle Community Center, 1950 J Street, 89106.  Dr. William U. Pearson Community Center is partnering with the Doolittle Community Center and Metro on October 31, 5-7pm to bring an inclusive event for the surrounding community.  This will be a free event with plenty of activities such as jumpers, petting zoo and live entertainment.  Food will be served on a first come first serve basis.  Also, plenty of candy will be handed out by many of our community partners.

     Parkdale Trunk or Treat -Parkdale Recreation Center, 3200 Ferndale Street, 89121.  October 31st, 6-8pm Parkdale's Trunk or Treat is a free family friendly event that provides the community with a fun environment to celebrate Halloween.

     For information about upcoming Halloween events, vist: Clark County Parks and Recreation also can be found on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.


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