Looking for a pace for the kids to celebrate Halloween?  There are plenty in the Tuscaloosa area, this is just some of the ones you can visit this week.  Let us know of any others so we can pass them along.


Tuscaloosa Barnyard, Petting Farm & Pumpkin Patch - Open to the Public Friday, Saturday, & Sunday's from 10a-6p in OCTOBER. 15 acres of fun for ages 1 yrs to 99 yrs. $15 per person for everything & a pumpkin!!!

PTA Fall Festival: Friday 5-8 p.m. at Woodland Forrest Elementary School, 6001 East Hargrove Road. There will be bounce houses, football toss, skee ball and more. Hamburgers, hot dogs, drinks, cotton candy and snacks will be available.

Tuscaloosa Ford's Trunk or Treat Celebration On Friday, October 27th from 3PM-6PM! Bring The Entire Family For An Afternoon Of Fun! We Will Have A Children's Costume Contest, Candy, Games, Prizes For Parents and Kids, and A Bounce House! Located At Tuscaloosa Ford, 5801 McFarland Blvd E, Tuscaloosa AL 35405

Trick or Treat at Midtown Village, Saturday, October 28, 3pm-6pm. Children age 12 and under in costume will find lots of treats at all participating Midtown Village stores and restaurants. While supplies last

Remnant Worship Center Saturday 4-6 p.m. Trunk or Treat for a safe, fun, and free family event with candy, games, bouncy slide and loads of fun. Hot dogs and chips served.

Duncanville Baptist Church 12103 Highway 82 East, Duncanville. Fall Festival Saturday from 4-6:45 p.m. with trunk or treat, games and prizes, food, and photo booths

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Life Skills department at the University of Alabama is holding their annual Halloween Extravaganza Monday from 6;30-8pm.  Bring the kiddos to Hank Crisp Indoor Facility, located directly west of Coleman Coliseum for fun and games with some of your favorite Alabama student-athletes.  It's for kids 13 & under, so wear your best costumes.   You can also help the Beat Auburn Beat Hunger drive by bringing non-perishable food items to donate

Griffin Farms Pumpkin Patch   Griffin Rd, West Blocton.  Pumpkins, hayrides, corn maze, petting zoo, zip line, swings, slides, mountains of tires and hay, and more! ... A dairy farming family tradition beginning in 1941 to a pumpkin farming family operation.