It is that time!  We, again, have put our list of our favorite things to do in the Denver area this weekend!  There really is a mix and the weather is going to be WONDERFUL!!  

We have also included a listing of the best haunted houses in the Denver area!  Even a couple for kids!  

Here's our list of Going's Ons!

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Indulge in a unique dining experience during ChefFeed Indie Week

Thursday, October 25-Friday, October 26 & Sunday, October 27
Bringing together 18 chefs from around the country and six local chefs, this event is all about collaborative cooking. Former Top Chef finalist Gregory Gourdet of Departure will be hosting this loaded lineup of talent for a series of three dinners. Thursday and Friday’s events feature 12 chefs cooking one course each, and Sunday’s finale brings 24 chefs together for one massive feast. Wine pairings are included at each event.
Cost: Dinners start at $165/person

Learn about the spooky past of a local landmark at the Ghost in the Gardens Tour

Friday, October 26-Sunday, October 28
Denver Botanic Gardens
Discover the darker side of the Botanic Gardens during this nighttime walking tour. Staff will give you a glimpse into the area's spooky past along with tales of their own otherworldly encounters. This tour also includes entry into the Waring House which is typically not open to the public.
Cost: Tickets are $31

Learn about bubbly from the experts 

Saturday, October 27
Beast + Bottle
From inexpensive options to the classiest of Champagnes, there’s something elegant and indulgent about a glass of bubbly. Get in the mood to celebrate at this event where you’ll taste five different types of Champs. Along the way, you’ll learn how they’re produced and get advice on pairing each with food (complete with small bites).
Cost: $45/person

Test your barbarian skills at an ax-throwing tourney

Saturday, October 27
Downtown Art Gallery and Axe Room
Whether you’re an ax-throwing master or a total newbie, you’re invited to this DAGAR event where you’ve got the chance to win $250 cash. Come early for some practice sessions then take your best shot as you toss your way toward a championship. A prize for best dressed will also be rewarded so it’s time to break out your most grizzly plaids and work boots. Plus, Renegade will also be on hand for a tap takeover with a full lineup of brews including their Hatcher in the Rye made with green chiles.
Cost: Tickets are $25

Bring your costume A-game to Ratio’s annual Halloween Party

Saturday, October 27
Ratio Beerworks
With costume contests throughout the night, this is the perfect excuse to go all out. And whether you win or not, you’ll get to sip on a lineup of special release brews all night including Darklands and the Monster Mash firkin. Live music starts at 9:30pm with a '90s throwback lineup that includes Green Day and Alkaline Trio covers by Broken Record and Friends.
Cost: Free to attend


WHEN: Oct. 27, 2018
WHERE: McNichols Civic Center Building

It's time to do the Time Warp at the 10th annual Paranormal Palace! With two full Rocky Horror Picture Show casts, three floors of haunted decor, more than 50 live performances, bands and DJs, food trucks and open bars all under one roof, this is a Halloween party like no other at the McNichols Civic Center Building. There will also be a costume contest with $2,000 in prizes. Ticket prices vary.

Show off your classiest undead look at the 4th Annual Great Gatsby Zombie Ball

Saturday, October 27
Nocturne Jazz & Supper Club
Channel your inner flapper or dandy -- with a zombie twist -- at this event where Halloween takes an elegant turn. Those with tables reserved will be treated to a three-course voodoo tasting menu and everyone will enjoy live vintage jazz music from Gabriel Mervine, Tom Amend, and friends. Each ticket also includes the signature drink of the night, a Fernet-based cocktail.
Cost: Bar seats are $19, limited tables are still available starting at $236 for 4 people

Sip seasonal brews at the Pumpkin Beer Fest

Saturday, October 27
Hops & Pie
There’s no better way to drink in fall than in the form of a nice cold pumpkin beer. Head to this Tennyson eatery for a full lineup of pumpkin-spiked selections on tap starting at noon, including Copper Kettle’s Bourbon Barrel Imperial Pumpkin, Shipyard’s Pumpkinhead, and Southern Tier’s Rum Pumking.
Cost: Free to attend

Carve a pumpkin at the Great Pumpkin & Pig Roast

Sunday, October 28
What do you do when October arrives and you own a Southern restaurant AND love Halloween? You throw a pig roast of course. Don your costume and join chef/owner Kyle Foster for an evening of pumpkin carving and a pork-centric feast. Tickets include the pumpkin, carving tools, and patterns, and prizes will be awarded for the best gourd creations. You’ll also get to feast on plenty of roast pig and try drink specials like Southern Punch.
Cost: Tickets are $49

Go adult trick-or-treating

Sunday, October 28
DRiNk RiNo is getting into the Halloween spirit with their second annual Adult Trick-or-Treating event. Each ticket include a commemorative trick-bag (no need to go old school with a pillow case) along with drink tickets that give you access to boozy concoctions at 13 participating locations.
Cost: Tickets are $25


WHEN: Sept. 21–Oct. 28, 2018
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield

Get lost at this year's Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield's seven-acre Corn Maze, one of the most attended corn mazes in the country. Wind your way through acres of corn, view the design from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges that overlook the giant Corn Maze and watch the delight as younger children find their way through a special free mini-maze designed just for them. Tickets include one hayride, barrel train ride (for children 12 and under) and unlimited jumping on a giant pillow. Pony rides will be available for an additional cost. An array of food vendors will offer some of your favorite fall foods, including freshly squeezed lemonade, funnel cakes, hot dogs and kettle corn. And don't forget to come out during Pumpkin Festival to pick the perfect jack-o-lantern from the 10-acre pumpkin patch.


When: Oct. 26–28, 2018
Where: Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus

For three days, the Children's Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus will host costumed kids and adults for a spooktacular wonderland of fun! Families can march from one Treat House to the next and collect goodies, create Halloween crafts, play carnival games and much more. It's the ultimate safe Halloween adventure, bursting with excitement for everyone.


WHEN: Oct. 27–28, 2018 
WHERE: Denver Zoo
The annual Boo at the Zoo offers more than 20 trick-or-treat stations, creepy crawly animal demonstrations and exciting family-friendly entertainment under the canopy of Denver Zoo's beautiful fall foliage. Activities are free with zoo admission. Boo After Dark offers visitors a nighttime trick-or-treating experience. Tickets are $17 for adults and $12 for children; kids 2 and under are free.

And here is our listing of the best haunted houses in the Denver Area

Asylum Haunted House

6100 East 39th Ave Denver

Extinction Haunted House

4100 Grape Street, Denver

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3400 E 52nd Ave Denver

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10500 West Bowles Ave, Littleton

FrightNight at Elitches - all ages

Downtown Denver

We hope you can get out and enjoy at least one of these fun things to do this SCARY weekend!  

Be Safe!