5 free Halloween weekend events to attend in the Northeast San Antonio area

Halloween events are coming to the Northeast area this weekend. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Halloween events are coming to the Northeast area this weekend. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Halloween events are coming to the Northeast area this weekend. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Here is a look at events happening on Halloween weekend in Northeast San Antonio.

Oct. 30

Visit Polly’s Pets Spooktacular


Polly's Pet Shop will host its eighth annual Spooktacular event. Guests can enjoy a magic show, haunted fish room, pet costume contest, face painting and other Halloween events. noon-7 p.m. Free. Polly's Pets, 940 Pat Booker Road, Universal City. 210-658-0420. www.facebook.com/pollys.pets.1

Oct. 30



Trunk or Treat with the city of Selma

The City of Selma will holds its third annual Trunk or Treat event. This will be a drive-thru style event with local businesses helping to give out candy. 6:30 p.m. Free. Ben E. Keith Foods, 17635 Ben E. Keith Way, Selma. www.facebook.com/selmatx78154

Oct. 30

Take the Schertz Candy Cruise


The Candy Cruise is a drive-thru event with families encouraged to dress in costume to visit participating businesses, groups and city departments. 2-5 p.m. Free. A map of participating locations can be found here. https://schertz.com/469/Trunk-or-Treat

Oct. 31

Take part in a Live Oak Halloween


The city of Live Oak will host a drive-thru Halloween event including participation from the city and local residents giving candy out from their trunks. 3-5 p.m. Free. Main City Park, 18001 Park Drive, Live Oak. www.liveoaktx.net/departments/parks-and-recreation/special-events#special-events

Oct. 31

Participate in the Garden Ridge Trunk or Treat


Garden Ridge Library will host a Trunk or Treat in which kids are invited to wear their costumes and get candy from community members. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Free. Garden Ridge Elementary School, 9401 Municipal Parkway, Garden Ridge. www.facebook.com/cityofgr/





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