Michelle Ward and Anthony Davidson walk their children, Kyesin, 6, left, CJ, 5, center, and Callen, 2, down Seward Street as they visit downtown merchants for Halloween 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Michelle Ward and Anthony Davidson walk their children, Kyesin, 6, left, CJ, 5, center, and Callen, 2, down Seward Street as they visit downtown merchants for Halloween 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Haunted houses and more: Juneau’s Halloween 2019 Guide

Here’s what’s happening for Halloween.

There’s a lot happening in Juneau for Halloween. Here’s a helpful rundown of what there will be to do in the run up to All Hallows’ Eve.

This calendar will be updated as new events are added.

Friday, Oct. 25

2019 Annual Firefighters Haunted House, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Hagevig Regional Fire Training Center, 2601 Sherwood Lane. This is a fundraiser. Admission costs $5 or $10 for multiple visits.

Great Bear Halloween Party, 5- 7 p.m., JAMHI Health & Wellness, 3406 Glacier Highway. This is a sober-friendly Halloween party.

Rocky Horror Picture Show with Shadowcast, 9:30 p.m., Gold Town Nickelodeon, 171 Shattuck Way Suite 109. All props and accoutrements you’ll need will be provided with your ticket, which can be purchased At Rainy Retreat Books, or www.goldtownnick.com.

Halloween Dance, 9:30 p.m.- 1 a.m., University of Alaska Southeast Recreation Center, 12300 Mendenhall Loop Road. There will be prizes for creative costumes at midnight. The event is limited to UAS students or people 18 and older. Attendees should bring their Whalecard or legal ID.

FREYA’s Annual Adults Trick or Treat, 4-6:30 p.m., FREYA Romance Boutique, 9310 Glacier Highway. The first 100 adults to come will be able to participate. No costumes are needed, but attendees must be 18 or older.

Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26

Creepy Rendition of “Macbeth,” 2-3 p.m., Mendenhall Valley Public Library, 3025 Dimond Park Loop. This will be a rendition of Act IV, Scene I (the “eye of newt” scene) from the classic Shakespeare play.

2019 Annual Firefighters Haunted House, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Hagevig Regional Fire Training Center, 2601 Sherwood Lane. This is a fundraiser. Admission costs $5 or $10 for multiple visits.

Haunted Station, 7 p.m.-midnight, 345 Egan Drive. Admission is free, but canned donations are welcome. Those 14 and older must present an ID to enter, those younger than 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Rotaract Halloween Carnival, 6- 8 p.m. Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Mendenhall Mall, 9105 Mendenhall Mall Road No. 369. This is a free event for all ages, games and prizes. Costumes are welcome and encouraged.

Saturday, Oct. 26

Douglas Ghost Walk, 4-6 p.m., Mount Jumbo Gym, Fourth St., Douglas.

Sixth Annual Spooktacular Dive, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Harlequinn Point, 17305 Point Lena Loop Road. Attendees should bring dive gear, weights, tank, a pumpkin and carving utensil. To RSVP, email Jared Weems at jdweems@alaska.edu.

2019 Annual Firefighters Haunted House, 5:30-9:30 p.m., Hagevig Regional Fire Training Center, 2601 Sherwood Lane. This is a fundraiser. Admission costs $5 or $10 for multiple visits.

Seventh Annual Spirit of Fall Carnival, noon-2:30 p.m., Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé, 1639 Glacier Ave. There will be free trick-or-treating 1-2 p.m. Admission to the carnival costs $10 for kids or free for parents. Admission includes unlimited games, bounce house, crafts and face painting. Snacks will be available for sale.

Rocky Horror Picture Show, 9 and 11:30 p.m., Gold Town Nickelodeon, 171 Shattuck Way Suite 109. All props and accoutrements you’ll need will be provided with your ticket, which can be purchased At Rainy Retreat Books, or www.goldtownnick.com.

Corbin Hall, 2, receives a postcard from Rebecca Hsieh, right, and Kristen Cornell at Kindred Post for Halloween 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Corbin Hall, 2, receives a postcard from Rebecca Hsieh, right, and Kristen Cornell at Kindred Post for Halloween 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Sunday, Oct. 27

Kid’s Day, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Landmark Apostolic Church, 5636 Glacier Highway. This is a kids day that will feature information about sowing and preparing for harvest. It will feature prizes, food, skits and games.

Wednesday, Oct. 30

Sugar Freedom, 12:10- 12:55 p.m., 319 Seward St. No. 310. This free event will cover how to curb cravings and other tips to live a sweet life without sugar. This is part of a Lunch & Learn Series.

GRLZ, 8 p.m., Rendezvous, 184 S. Franklin St. This week the blank canvas for female expression will be a scary stories edition.

Thursday, Oct. 31

Pre-Trick-or-Treat Bash, 2:30-4:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Dimond Park Field House, 2961 Riverside Drive. This event presented by Juneau Pediatric Dentistry will feature a costume contest, photos, music, bounce houses and snacks.

Trick or Treat Downtown, 2- 6 p.m., Downtown Juneau. More than 70 businesses on Seward Street, Front Street, Franklin Street and more will participate with candy, art, activities and photo booths.

Trick or Treating, 4-5:30 p.m., Wildflower Court, 2000 Salmon Creek Lane. This is a public, family-friendly and indoor event.

All Hallows Eve, 10 p.m.-1 a.m., Rendezvous, 184 S. Franklin St. This costume and dance party will feature DJ Manu.


• Have an event we should know about? Contact reporter Ben Hohenstatt at (907)523-2243 or bhohenstatt@juneauempire.com. Follow him on Twitter at @BenHohenstatt.


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