57 F
Saturday, May 21, 2022

Howl along at Naper Settlement’s Adult Halloween event on October 22-23


Join Naper Settlement for a howlin’ good time at the museum’s new Halloween event, Howlin’ at the Moon, for adults 21+ years old from 5-10PM on October 22-23. Guests can come dressed in their best Halloween costumes and enjoy spine-chilling performances, creepy exhibits, local cuisine, beverages, and live music.

Attractions will include fire dancers, a sword swallower, a one-of-a-kind liquid light show, a contortionist, and more. A stroll around the museum’s property will reveal a Dark Art Gallery featuring artwork by Bryn R. Gleason. The Halloween-themed vendors Dead End Doll Factory, Ursula Naturals, Brook Crossing Candle Company, and the Astrology Center will sell items in the Moonlight Market. There will also be a costume contest both days of the event with prizes awarded to the winners.

Billy Brick’s Pizza, Belgio’s Catering, John’s Rib House, and Decadent Flavor will offer a variety of eats in the Food Truck Graveyard. The Booze Bar will feature Dead Guy Ale, Batsquatch IPA, Schlafly Pumpkin Ale, Stella Artois, and Knotty Vines wine.

Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to Howlin’ at the Moon to enjoy live music. On Friday, October 22, OMT will take the stage from 5:30-7:30PM followed by Libido Funk Circus from 8-10PM. On Saturday, October 23, Here Nor There will perform from 5:30-7:30PM and Mr. Blotto will end the night with a performance from 8-10PM.

Howlin’ at the Moon runs from 5-10PM on October 22-23 and is for individuals 21 years of age and older. No one under the age of 21 is permitted. IDs will be checked at the entrance. Tickets are $20 per person. Naper Settlement members receive a member ticket discount. For more information and tickets, visit NaperSettlement.org/Howlin.

Get the Daily Square-Scoop

The latest local news and headlines delivered to your inbox.

PN Ombudsman
PN Ombudsman
An ombudsman is Scandinavian in origin dating back to Viking times; and refers to a community representative; usually acting independently on behalf of an organization, body of elected officials, or civic group. Thanks Scandinavia for inventing ombudsman.

Latest News

Science Corner – Look up at the sky!

In elementary school were you very interested in dinosaurs or insects, or stars and planets? If so, I hope you still are because that...

Little Friends: Be inspired to help

The latest local headlines delivered
to your inbox each morning.
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.