Tis the season for Halloween fun. And there is tons of fun stuff to do around town to get your spook on!

Start your fall fun with a trip to the pumpkin patch. T & C Farms (a few miles south of Laurel) is my favorite. Wander the field with a little wagon and find your own perfect pumpkin or pick a monster from their pre-picked pile. They also have  lots of fresh vegetables and my kids like the chickens that are always clucking around.

The Maize at Grandpas Farm is always a great time at 58th and Grand and they're rocking and rolling for the season. Go early with the little shavers for the non-scary corn maize or come later when the thrills get cranked up a notch. Petting zoo, hay bale jungle gyms, paintball and all kinds of other fun stuff, including pumpkins.

Haunted Hallows at Two Moons Park is back with the Billings Jaycees again this year. Oct 26th - 30th. That park is scary enough in real life.  Are you brave enough to do it in the dark???

HIstorical Haunting of Downtown Billings - Bring your camera and recording devices and you might get lucky enough to capture a spirit! The tour is led by a real-life ghost hunter as your visit some of downtown's most haunted spots.  Reservations recommended.

Sleepy Hallow Haunted Hay Rides @ Zoo Montana - Things get spooky at the Zoo! Every Friday and Saturday night now thru 10/27, plus 10/30 & 10/31.  Get's scarier the darker it gets, so bring younger kids early.  3 and under get in free.

#HauntedMoss 2018 - Moss Mansion is really doing it right this year with a mixture of two different events. Horror Theater: Asylum and Haunted Maze: Labyrinth.  These super scary times are happening nightly 10/19 - 10/31 and reservations are recommended.

Of course, your favorite local bar is probably having some sort of Halloween party, and we can't forget Kiss FM's very own Halloween Pub Golf!! Oct 20th.  It's costumes. And golf. And a pub crawl.  It's pretty awesome, so click the link and register your team today.

Next time,

Michael