We are 24 days away from Halloween, so I guess you could say it it is never too early to start planning what activities. With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, there will be many activities on Saturday. But who says you can only celebrate that weekend. Between both Midland and Odessa there are events going on during the month of October that are free to the public.

1.Odessa Fire Rescue and First Responders invite you to bring your little ghouls and ghosts to the Odessa Fire Rescue First Responders Trunk or Treat! The event takes place on October 23rd at the City Hall & First Baptist Church Parking Lot, 411 W. 8th St. We will be giving out treats from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.


2.Spooky Science Spectacular at the Petroleum Museum.  Spooky Science Spectacular Family Science Night 2Go brings the fun, quality science education that you are used to receiving during Family Science Night to your home. Each Family Science Night box comes equipped with all the supplies and information you need to conduct eight (8) spooky science experiments and creative activities. Have a SPOOKTACULAR time as you experiment with fizzing pumpkins, create spider web slime, party with dancing ghosts, and much more. Join us if you dare for our Spooky Science Spectacular Facebook demonstration on Thursday, October 28 at 6:30 pm


3.Dia De Los Muertos at Ellen Noel Art Museum in Odessa. Celebrate and learn more about the customs and traditions of this special holiday. You will be able to enjoy hands-on activities, musical performances and refreshments will be provided. Saturday October 30th from 1:30-4:30.


4.Dia De Los Muertos Celebration in Midland at the Museum of the Southwest. Saturday October 30th. Everyone can enjoy arts and crafts and activities. Tacos and nachos will be served from 2p-4p and music and show from 4-6pm.


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