Boo! Celebrate Halloween 2016 In Big Sky

Haunted House | Pixabay Image
Haunted House | Pixabay Image

The scariest holiday of the year is just around corner. October 31st is less than three weeks away and this year Halloween falls on a Monday. Are you ready to celebrate Halloween 2016 in Big Sky?

Halloween is a fun holiday filled with jack-o-lanterns, trick or treating, parties, candy and sweets, and of course costumes! Do you have your Halloween costume ready to go? What are you going to be? Saucer Boy? Super Mario? A Big Sky Dirtbag? Scooby Doo? Chet Huntley? A yeti? Get creative and come up with something super cool for Halloween 2016 in Big Sky.

Once your costume is ready to go it's time to make a plan on how to celebrate Halloween 2016 in Big Sky. Here are a few things to put on your calendar:

Painted Pumpkins | Pixabay Image
Painted Pumpkins | Pixabay Image

  • October 16 - Big Sky Community Fall Festival - The 1st annual Community Festival will be held in the Community Park. It will feature a race and lots of activities, but most importantly it is the best place to pick up a pumpkin at the Great Annual Pumpkin Giveaway.
  • October 29 & 30 - HorrorFest 2016 @ Lone Peak Cinema - The crew at Lone Peak Cinema will play a selection of new and old horror movies that will scare you socks off. There are kids movies, late night dance parties, and of course a full bar.
  • October 31 - Halloween King Crab Fest @ Lone Peak Brewery - Everyone enjoys king crab; especially on Halloween. Reservations are required for this event and tickets cost $45.
  • October 31 - Big Sky Fire Department Halloween Festivities - The Fire Department in Westfork Meadows is hosting a fun Halloween event complete with a haunted house, "goulish delights," craft activities, and treats. They are also collecting canned goods. This one is geared for the kids, so bring your children, canned goods, and Halloween spirit.
  • October 31 - Halloween! - Are you going trick or treating this year? If so be safe and responsible. Jack-o-Lanterns | Pixabay Image
    Jack-o-Lanterns | Pixabay Image

If you're having fun on Halloween in Big Sky, snap a photo and share it with us on social media with #visitbigsky! We hope you have a wicked scary time when you celebrate Halloween 2016 in Big Sky!

PS - Possibly the best thing about Halloween 2016 in Big Sky is that it marks the end of October. That means ski season is almost here! The lifts start spinning on Thanksgiving aka November 24, 2016!


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