As the fall leaves whisp in the air and the crisp fall air welcomes a new season, here are a few more unique October events to get in the spooktacular Halloween spirit:

KingView Mead Puppies & Pumpkins

Bring your pup to KingView Meadhouse & Winery for Puppies & Pumpkins on October 29, 1-5PM at its Mt. Lebanon location. Located on 101 Beverly Road, the mead and winery has 40 taps with over 100 drinks and food. What’s better than sipping and seeing an array of dressed up furry best friends? A free pumpkin or gourd and a free drink on the house if you choose to do so! Celebrate the season with your companion and cheers to Halloween fun. 

Stranger Things Drag Show at Blue Moon Bar

Stranger Things fans can rejoice in a Stranger Things: The Drag Show being held this weekend, Saturday, October 22 at Blue Moon Bar. View the wonders of the upside down (with disco balls, probably), grab a cocktail and witness a fun take on the popular series of the science fiction/ horror drama. The show is happening at 11PM so be sure to bring extra cash for tipping each performer and bartender! 

Super Science Saturday: Booseum Trick-or-Treat

Explore the haunted halls of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History with their Super Science Saturday: Booseum Trick-or-Treat on Saturday, October 29 from 10AM-5PM. Fun for the entire family, dress up together for a nature-themed Halloween celebration. Museum staff will be walking around to offer a chance to be spooked at first by seemingly scary specimens, like spiders and skeletons, and others can participate in a scavenger hunt to win prizes. The event is free with museum admission, and tickets can be purchased here.

Hundred Acres Manor

Do you dare go to the manor? Voted as “One of America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions” by the Travel Channel, Pittsburgh’s Best Haunted House by HauntWorld Magazine and more, the ghoulish escape to this haunting otherworld is worth the hype. Reserve tickets in advance, with general admission starting at $28, V.I.P. admission, Super V.I.P. and more to experience five terrifying attractions, plus add-on attractions such as The Maze or Buried Alive admissions. Prepare to be scared! 

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Colin Parrish

Colin is a Pittsburgh born and raised, daydreamer, restaurant foodie addict whose passions include running, thrifting, camping, and having a healthy amount of coffee or Malbec (depending on the time of day) . As a typical jagoff, you can catch him shopping in the Strip, running in Highland Park, or finding the best hiking views just outside of the city. He is a content manager for YaJagoff Media LLC and currently lives in Etna, PA.

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