It’s the Halloween season again, which means it’s time to carve jack-o’-lanterns, pick out a unique and fun costume, and cuddle up in front of a scary movie. There are many ways you can celebrate Halloween in Bangor this year, including some different events and attractions ideal for all different ages.
Got a kiddo who deserves some candy but isn’t quite ready for trick-or-treating in the dark? Stop by Downtown Bangor on Oct. 26 from 2-4 p.m. for the annual kid-friendly Trick or Treat Downtown. Businesses throughout the downtown area will be handing out candy, and you can shop a number of great deals. If you want to get in on the fun, be sure to wear a costume of your own.
Just a stone’s throw outside of Bangor proper is the legendary Kenduskeag Haunted House, which takes place at the Cole Memorial Ball Field. You can get good and scared for just $5 from 7 p.m. to midnight from Oct. 25-26. If you want to try a different tack, why not get in on the action? The Kenduskeag Haunted House is looking for volunteer actors willing to dish out the fright — just hit them up on their Facebook page.
All throughout October, the Bangor Historical Society will host Ghostly Bangor Walking Tours, which start at the Thomas A. Hill House and carry through to some of the city’s most haunted spots. Tours cost $10 per person and last between 60-90 minutes. For dates and information, visit the Bangor Historical Society’s website.
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