Family Fun Nights in Louisville: Halloween

While we remember trick-or-treating as kids and going door to door, many parents prefer for their kids to do something a little safer.


If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the traditional trick-or-treating then we have a list of events around the Louisville area that you might be interested in.


  • Bass Pro Shop & Cabela’s

FREE event on Oct. 20, 21, 26-31

  • Louisville Free Public Library

Various events at LFPL locations, check the Louisville Free Public Library website for more information.

  • Jack-O’-Lantern Spectacular at Iroquois Park

October 9 – November 4 from dusk to 11pm (Sunday-Thursday) and dusk to 12am (Saturday and Sunday) the price ranges from $10-$17 and children under 3 are free.

  • YMCA (Various Locations)

Each branch is hosting events for the community. Check with your local YMCA branch for more information.

  • World’s Largest Halloween Party at the Louisville Zoo

Oct. 4-7, 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 party starts at 5:00 and you can enter until 8:30. Trick-or-treating for kids 11 and under. Prices range from $1 for zoo members (online only), and up for $17 for adults. Discount tickets are available at Meijer.

  • Spooky Ooky Family Fun Fest

October 18 at the Baxter Community Center, families and kids of all ages are welcome, completely free for everyone.

  • Halloween Party

Beechmont Community Center Oct. 26 5:-6:30

  • Spooky Movie Mondays

FREE at the Iroquois Amphitheater Oct. 17, 22, & 29

  • Costume Dance Party

Berrytown Community Center Oct. 27 7-9pm

  • Spooky Kids Movies

Oct 30, 6-8pm Molly Leonard Portland Community Center

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