Looking for something to do in Frisco this month? Here are some events to check out.

Spooky Movie Series

Families are invited to watch a free movie at the Monument Realty PGA District on weekends throughout October. Movie concessions will be available for purchase, and The Dance Floor and The Swing will be available for play.Frisco Starfest

Frisco Starfest occurs the second Saturday of each month at Frisco Commons Park. Guests are allowed to bring blankets, lawn chairs, telescopes, and binoculars. This event is open to the public and will feature several telescopes set up for viewing.Frisco Camp out

Frisco Commons Park is hosting an overnight family camping event. Campsites allow for up for five individuals, and the one-time event will feature dinner, fishing and a movie in the park with s’mores and popcorn.Sisters in Crime North Texas

Join a national community of mystery writers who meet monthly to share advice, offer support and network with one another. The club meets the fourth Sunday of each month.Pride Frisco Festival

Pride Frisco is hosting an all-ages celebration of LGBTQ community members and allies at Toyota Stadium. The event will feature businesses, vendors, nonprofit organizations and LGBTQ resources.Halloween Par-tee at PGA Frisco

The Monument Realty PGA District will host a family-friendly Halloween party. Festivities will include a nine-hole pumpkin putting patch, carnival games, face painting and a movie. Fall-favorite concessions will be available for purchase.Heritage Halloween

The Frisco Heritage Center is hosting the annual Heritage Halloween. The event will feature a scavenger hunt, ghost stories, crafts and games, and more. Heritage Halloween is a family-friendly event for all ages, and costumes are encouraged.Frisco Skate Comp - Haunted

Play Frisco is hosting a skateboarding competition. The event allows for skateboards only; scooters will not be allowed. Riders under age 12 must wear a helmet. The competition includes events for riders age 13 and under, age 35 and older, and all ages.A Night of Improv Comedy

Improvisational comedy troupe Frisco Improv Players will perform a game-based show similar to the television show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” The show is family friendly and popular with all age groups.‘The Delilah Swim Club’

Theatre Frisco is performing “The Delilah Swim Club,” a story about a group of women whose friendship begins years before on their college swim team.Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct an error. Play Frisco is hosting the Frisco Skate Comp - Haunted competition.