The Weekend

Families can make the most of Halloween at one of the many trick-or-treat-themed events happening in Tulsa and Oklahoma City this month. From Oct. 10-30, the Myriad Botanical Gardens turns its Children’s Garden into Pumpkinville, an attraction offering a hay-bale maze, crafts, cider pressing and more ( A short drive to the historic Harn Homestead & 1889ers Museum offers Haunt the Harn on Oct. 23 along with a hayride, pumpkin bowling and treats ( Nearby Edmond brings back its Storybook Forest, Oct. 23-30, and a walk through scenes from storybooks in the woods by Arcadia Lake ( BooHaHa in Brookside takes place on Oct. 24 and is one of Tulsa’s biggest Halloween events for children ( On Oct. 26, the Guthrie Green Sunday Market goes Ghouls on the Green with fun activities ( Over in the Paseo District of OKC, the Magic Lantern Celebration on Paseo on Oct. 26, lets children make their costumes for the costume parade ( Also on Oct. 26, Oklahoma City Zoo’s Haunt the Zoo for Halloween opens for spooky-good time through Oct. 31 (, while HallowZooeen (shown) offers a carnival-style atmosphere and a haunted train ride at the Tulsa Zoo from Oct. 27-31 (

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