TBA Theatre’s “Dying Valley’s Halloween Hoedown” — Dying Valley is out of luck as a result of pumpkins don’t develop within the desert. Will 4 skeletons, three witches, a vampire, a ghost and the anonymous darkish factor within the nook be capable of save Halloween? Discover out on this musical treat-or-treat sing-along written by Anchorage playwright Shane Mitchell. Tickets $8-$14 at tbatheatre.org. 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28; 12 p.m. and three p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30; and three p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31 at APU Grant Corridor E.R. Brown Auditorium (tbatheatre.org ; 4101 College Dr.)
Face masks have to be worn over the nostril and mouth inside Grant Corridor and contained in the theater.
Halloween photograph scavenger hunt — Discover a checklist of things all through the Midtown Mall’s hallways and show home windows for an opportunity to win prizes — first prize is a $500 reward certificates to REI. The way in which this scavenger hunt is about up requires a tool to publish to social media or ship Fb direct messages. Youngsters 16 and youthful can get a free deal with bag from the mall safety desk. Runs Oct. 29-31. Face masks required. (600 E. Northern Lights Blvd.; midtownmall.com/halloween-scavenger-hunt)
“13 Tales of Terror” — Head to the jack-o’-lantern-lit darkness of APU’s Grant Corridor and pay attention to 5 shadowy storytellers inform 13 tales to make you tremble. This occasion is pay-what-you-decide. Pre-purchasing tickets is inspired because it has bought out up to now. 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. Face masks required. (tbatheatre.org; 4101 College Dr.)
Tea and Tarot — Guide a personal session with skilled card reader Alysha from Tales of the Tarot and go to wellness stations of therapeutic herbs, crystals and group tea leaf readings. Pre-paid admission is required; name to guide: 907-222-4832. $20. 7-9:30 Friday, Oct. 29. See Fb for particulars. (spiceandtea.com; 10950 O’Malley Centre Drive)
“Ghastly Alice” — On this world premiere manufacturing from TBA Theatre, a folks story turns frighteningly actual when three households are terrorized by a vengeful spirit summoned by younger women dabbling with powers past their management. Really helpful for ages 10 and up or those that can deal with a very good scare. Written and directed by Anchorage playwright Wayne Mitchell. 3 p.m. and seven p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29-30, 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31, At APU’s Grant Corridor. Tickets $8-$14. Face masks required. (4101 College Drive; tbatheatre.org)
Halloween hockey with the Wolverines — When you put on a dressing up to the sport on Friday or Saturday you’ll get in free to see the video games between the Anchorage Wolverines and the Janesville Jets. Doorways will open for season go holders at 6 p.m., normal admission at 6:30 p.m., pucks drops at 7:07 p.m. at Ben Boeke Ice Enviornment. Go to myalaskatix.com to order your spot. Oct. 29 and Oct. 30. (1600 Gambell St.)
Fright Nite — Haunting Anchorage’s younger and previous since 1985, the Fright Nite haunted home is a spooky season establishment. $15-$20. Open 6 p.m. every evening till Oct. 31. (701 W. thirty sixth Ave.; See Fb)
Scary 4K — There can be treats and a dressing up contest on the most scary 4K round. Staging can be out of the spooky Captain Prepare dinner courtyard. Register on-line. 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 30. (skinnyraven.com; 939 W. Fifth Ave)
Halloween nature stroll — Households with pre-kindergarten and early elementary-school-aged youngsters are invited to go to a sequence of enjoyable, creepy, gross and academic stations alongside the Rodak Path. Arrive anytime between 1-3 p.m. and discover at your personal tempo. Costumes inspired, however you’ll want to gown warmly sufficient for the climate. That is an all-outdoors occasion, no registration required. $5 parking for nonmembers. Saturday, Oct. 30, on the Eagle River Nature Heart (ernc.org ; 32750 Eagle River Rd.)
Aerial View Performing Firm Halloween efficiency — Take a look at Aerial View Performing Firm’s first public efficiency. It is a Halloween-themed, family-friendly present and masks can be required. Tickets are $13 and accessible on-line. Money ideas for the performers is welcomed. 4 p.m and 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 (4101 Arctic Blvd; aerialsilksalaska.com)
A haunting session on the Historic Anchorage Lodge — Be a part of Michael “The Alaskan Ghost Hunter” as he tries to make contact with the spirits that hang-out the Historic Anchorage Lodge. Be a part of particular friends and see distributors showcase their merchandise so that you can seize this Halloween. $2.99. 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 on Fb Dwell.
Masks Up for Trick or Deal with Fish Creek — Trick-or-ireat stations can be arrange alongside the path between Kiwanis Fish Creek Park and Barbara Avenue Park at this family-friendly and COVID-safe occasion. Masks are required. Take part anyplace alongside the path. Parking is proscribed so you might need to think about driving your bike or strolling to this occasion. 4-6 p.m. Sunday. Oct. 31. (Woodland Park, 3508 Iowa St.; See Fb for particulars)
Halloween Block Celebration at Camp Crystal — There can be distributors, meals, music, video games and extra at this occasion supporting the Energy Heart at Alaska Behavioral Well being, which supplies psychological well being companies for Anchorage youth. Donation bins can be readily available for coats, boots, hats and gloves. Begins at 5 p.m.; a working of the zombies can be at 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31. (6701 E sixteenth Ave.; see Fb occasion)
Religion Lutheran Church: Sweet, video games, crafts, photograph sales space, Kaladi espresso and cocoa. 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. (5200 Lake Otis Pkwy; see Fb occasion)
Barnes & Noble: Begins at 7:30 p.m. and goes till the sweet runs out. Friday, Oct. 29. (200 E. Northern Lights Blvd.; See Fb occasion)
Eagle River Trunk or Deal with: Gown heat so you’ll be able to stroll round comfortably from trunk to trunk. 5-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 (11901 Enterprise Blvd, Eagle River; See Fb occasion)
Alaska Native Cultural Constitution Faculty: $3 per little one will go to funding a brand new constructing for the college. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, Bettye Davis Excessive Faculty parking zone. (4025 E Northern Lights Blvd.; See Fb occasion)
Wayland Baptist College: This can be a drive-thru trick-or-treat, so attendees will keep of their automobiles. Begins at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 within the parking zone. (7801 E thirty second Ave. ; see Fb occasion)
St. John United Methodist Church: Positioned within the west parking zone; 2:30-4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31. See Fb occasion. (1801 O’Malley Street; face masks required)
Spenard Trunk or Deal with: This free occasion is placed on by 4 space church buildings. 5-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31 (3300 Spenard Rd. ; see Fb occasion)
Awaken Church: All are welcome to a free drive-thru trunk or deal with. There may even be an in-person, out of doors Fall Fest. 4-6 Sunday, Oct. 31. (5295 Juneau St.; See Fb for particulars)
Grandview Baptist Church: Go to adorned trunks, take part in a scavenger hunt and get a drink of sizzling cocoa whereas warming up round a bonfire. 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31. (1300 Columbine St.; See Fb occasion)
Rocky Horror Sparkle Present — This manufacturing of the cult traditional will function a “shadow solid”: a troupe of actors who will act, mime and dance in entrance of a big display that’s exhibiting the movie. It’s all a part of that wealthy, bizarre tapestry that makes up the Rocky Horror custom, and talking of which — prop baggage can be on the market on the present (you’ll be able to deliver your personal, however some widespread props are forbidden by the venue, and organizers say they are going to be checking). See ticketing for extra particulars — as of publication, just a few seats have been nonetheless accessible 7-9 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31. $30 at myalaskatix.com.