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Weekend Whereabouts October 26-28

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The Barksdale Pavilion at Jones Park will hold Boo Bash Saturday. The City of Gulfport is putting on this event and they're creating a horrific family friendly event. Frightening festivities include games, face painting, Halloween dance performances and food.

Boo Bash

Saturday, 6pm-9pm

Jones Park, Gulfport

228-868-5881

The Pascagoula Recreation Center's Gym will turn into the nightmare on Pascaghoula Street. Attendees will walk through 12 rooms filled with characters from just about every horror movie. There will be a guide taking you through the entire haunted house. The house takes about 10 - 12 minutes to walk through.

Nightmare on Pascaghoula Street

Saturday, Sunday, 7pm-10pm

Wednesday 7pm-10pm

Recreation Center, Pascagoula

Admission $5

228-938-2356

For one night only Flint Creek opens its doors to the 18th Annual Haunted Forest. A guide will take you through several scare stations created by around 50 actors. To heighten the shock factor, creators of the trail added a few scary modifications that only those who enter can see. If you finish the trail, you'll have the option to take a ride on the creepy hayride.

Saturday 6:30pm

Flint Creek, Wiggins

Trail $5

Hayride $1

Concessions include: Pizza, pulled pork, sausage dogs, hamburgers, hot dogs, soft drinks. 

You'll walk into all things Halloween at the 54th Annual Halloween Carnival. From painted backdrops to different scary themed booths this carnival offers just the right amount of scare for the entire family. Food options include, hamburgers, hotdogs and gumbo. Father Dennis will be making his famous Holy Mary cotton candy. You'll enjoy competing in the costume and pumpkin decorating contests. Plus you can spend some time in the haunted house and check out the dunking booth.

54th Annual Halloween Carnival

Saturday, 4pm-10pm

Nativity Elementary, Biloxi

Free

228-432-2269

Put on your racing shoes and don a good costume for the Howl-aween fun run in downtown Pass Christian. This family friendly race begins at the Harbor Sports bar and grill. There will prizes given to the top finishers in three age groups and those with the best costumes will also be awarded. All participants will receive a Halloween tote bag filled with treats. After the run enjoy an outdoor movie and children's activities. All proceeds benefit the Pass Christina Main Street Association.

Howl-aween fun run

Saturday, 4 pm

Pass Christian

228-363-1973

Join the ghouls for one wicked charity ball. Prepare for it by putting on your best costume. You'll dance to New Orleans band--Band Camp, they will be playing the latest pop hits. This event is B.Y.O.B and open to anyone 21 and up. Prizes will be given out to a male, female and group. All proceeds will benefit a family dealing with financial issues due to the devastating cost of cancer.

4th Annual Ghouls Gone Wild  

Friday, 7pm – 12am

Woolmarket Community Center

$20 for advanced tickets

$25 at the door

228-297-6304

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