What to Do with Kids in Boulder this Weekend, October 21 – 22, 2017

by Rachel Daly
what to do with kids in boulder this weekend

Halloween is almost here and there are a TON of fun Halloween-inspired events happening in and around Boulder this weekend! TONIGHT in Central Park, take the kids to see Hocus Pocus. This weekend take your pick of activities including pumpkin carving, halloween parties and fall festivals!

Cult Classics at Central Park – Hocus Pocus (PG)

When: Friday, October 20, 2017

Where: Central Park, 1236 Canyon Blvd, Boulder, CO 80302

Time: 6:30 PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages (Movie is PG, Parents use your own discretion)

Blue has teamed up with the City of BoulderBoulder BeerKGNU and the Boulder Weekly to bring back Cult Classics at Central Park– a series of three cult classic movies to be shown at Central Park the first three Fridays in October. We’ll have a beer garden from Boulder Beer with proceeds benefiting The Blue Foundation and KGNU, food trucks There will also be food trucks, so come hungry and support local businesses. Tonight, Friday, October 20, the movie will be Hocus Pocus! The venue opens at 6:30 p.m. with the movie starting around dusk. Be sure to bring your blankets & chairs to enjoy these FREE movie events. For more information, call 303.413.7200 or visit www.BoulderCultClassics.com.

Halloween House at CU’s KKG House

what to do with kids in Boulder this weekend

Photo Courtesy Boulder Public Library

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Where: Kappa Kappa Gamma House, 1134 University Ave, Boulder CO 80302

Time: 12PM – 4PM

Cost: $6/child, or $5/child if you bring a kid’s book donation

Ages: All Ages

Halloween is coming early to CU’s Kappa Kappa Gamma house. Bring your little goblin or witch and raise money for our BoulderReads literacy program! Fun crafts, games and trick or treating in a kid-friendly Halloween atmosphere. Don’t forget your costume and trick or treat bag!

Sing Along Boulder for World Singing Day

Things to do in Boulder in October

Photo Courtesy World Singing Day

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Where: Boulder Court House, 1325 Pearl St, Boulder, Colorado 80302

Time: 11:30AM – 1PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

The 3rd annual Sing Along Boulder will be held on World Singing Day in front of the Boulder Courthouse. Join the Boulder community in singing along to the original recordings of hits from Bruno Mars to the Beatles and Sinatra (free lyric booklets provided). For all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

Trucks and Treats 2017

what to do with kids in Boulder this weekend

Photo Courtesy Liqwood Board Sports

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Where: Liqwood Board Sports,

Time: 11AM – 4PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

Liqwood Board Sports will once again be hosting Trucks and Treats, where we skate hard, have a blast, and collect food to donate to Sister Carmen Community Center in Lafayette. Costume contest and slide jam with great prizes! Food for sale with proceeds going towards the donation to Sister Carmen. There will also be ramps, rollers, and banked turns to spice up the day!

Malloween at The Orchard

what to do with kids in Boulder this weekend

Photo Courtesy the Orchard Town Center

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Where: Orchard Town Center, 14697 Delaware St #850, Broomfield, CO 80023

Time: 11AM – 2PM

Cost: FREE

Ages: All Ages

Check out the Orchard Town Center‘s Annual Halloween Celebration! It all begins at the Town Center Square at 11am to trade your non-perishable food donation for an Orchard Trick or Treat bag with fun surprises inside (while supplies last). Hang out and play some games, win some prizes and dance to family-friendly Halloween music! Then start your trick or treat journey through The Orchard. Participating stores with candy will have a balloon bouquet at their front door. The first 200 kids will receive a free mini-pumpkin to decorate! Plus, free face painting, balloons, Halloween games and prizes, characters, photo opps and more. Bring your furry friend and enter them into the pet parade and costume contest! Sign-up opens at 11am, contest at Noon. Please note that children over the age of 12 and adults are not permitted to wear face masks at The Orchard. All food donations benefit Food Bank of The Rockies.

Color Me Mine Halloween Party

what to do with kids in boulder this weekend

Photo Courtesy Color Me Mine

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017

Where: Color Me Mine, 1938 Pearl St Suite 100, Boulder, CO 80302

Time: 5PM – 8PM

Cost: $35/child

Ages: 5 – 12 Years Old

Who’s got the Halloween party of the year planned? Color Me Mine! And it’s gonna be SPOOKtacular! Send your kiddos to Color Me Mine’s Halloween Kids Night Out for painting, costumes, food, friends, and NO PARENTS! For details and to register, click here.

Pumpkin Carving At Next Door Longmont

what to do with kids in boulder this weekend
When: Saturday, October 21, 2017Where: Next Door, 1232 South Hover Road, Suite C-40, Village at the Peaks, Longmont, CO 80501

Time: 3PM & 5PM

Cost: $10/person, tickets here.

Ages: All Ages

Join Next Door American Eatery in Longmont for pumpkin carving on our patio! They will have a pumpkin + carving kit for you, and will take care of the mess.

Lafayette Fall Festival

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When: October 22, 2017

Where: Bob L. Burger Recreation Center, 111 Baseline Rd, Lafayette, CO 80026

Time: 3:30 PM – 6PM

Cost: $7/Residents, $9/Non-Residents

Ages: All Ages

The Lafayette Fall Festival combines three community events into one! The festival includes a bounce house & pumpkin decorating contest. The Great Pumpkin Race will be held, launch your pumpkin into the rec center’s lazy river and watch it race to the finish! For more information on the event, click here.

Visit a Local Pumpkin Patch

what to do with kids this weekend in Boulder

Cottonwood Farms in Boulder Photo Credit: Move to Boulder

There are a ton of great pumpkin patches in and around Boulder! Check out this blog post listing nine of Boulder’s local pumpkin patches. The list includes an interactive map as well as detailed descriptions of each pumpkin patch and their fall festivities.

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