Friday, October 13th - Friday, October 29th enter your pet into the digital pet costume contest. Submit photo to ack.net/contests. The winner gets a gift card for Bartlett's Farm AND can lead the Halloween Parade in town on October 31.
Tuesday, October 24th the Linda Loring Nature Foundation ,110 Eel Point Road, hosts Trails & Treats 3pm - 5pm with Halloween and fall-themed games, crafts, and activities for kids.
Friday, October 27th the Chicken Box, 16 Dave Street, hosts a Rocky Horror Theme Dance Party 8pm - 11pm. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Friday, October 27th the Rose & Crown, 23 South Water Street, hosts their annual Halloween Party at 10pm. DJ, Costume Contest, Spooky Brew.
Friday, October 27th Station Brant Point hosts Nautical Nightmare at the Coast Guard Station, 10 Easton Street. Children under 14 must have an accompanying adult. 6:00pm - 10:00pm. Suggested non perishable food item donation for entry. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. 10/27 and 10/30 ONLY.
Sunday, October 29th from 1 to 4 pm the Nantucket Skating Club is hosting Trunk or Treat at the Nantucket Ice Rink, 10 Backus Lane. Candy, Food, Silent Auction and prizes for the best decorated car.
Monday, October 30th Station Brant Point hosts Nautical Nightmare at the Coast Guard Station, 10 Easton Street. 6:00pm - 10:00pm. Children under 14 must have an accompanying adult. Suggested non perishable food item donation for entry. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. 10/27 and 10/30 ONLY.
Tuesday, October 31st, from 2 to 4pm the Maria Mitchell Association is hosting festive and spooky fun before the parade at the Hinchman House, 7 Milk Street. Free to the public
Tuesday, October 31st you are invited to join the annual Halloween Parade. Costumed adults and children are asked to arrive by 3:30 pm at the bottom of Main Street in front of the Ralph Lauren store for the costume contest, and then in preparation for the 4:00 pm start of the parade at the Lieutenant Max Wagner Memorial Fountain at the base of Main Street.
After the Parade, the Nantucket Historical Association welcomes families to come to the Whaling Museum for slightly spooky, super fun activities and more trick-or-treating! Free of charge, 4:30 - 6 pm,13 Broad Street.
As always, consider Riding the Wave to the Halloween Parade or any other island activities.