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Want to meet the world’s largest owl or are you more into Spiderman? Red Mountain Park and Alabama Wildlife Center will be hosting special Halloween events Saturday for friends and families looking for a nature-friendly “spooky” day.
Tricks, Treats & Trails at Red Mountain Park
Forget going door to door in your neighborhood, experience trick or treating out in the great outdoors along the beautiful trails of Red Mountain Park. The Park has organized twenty (20) trick or treat stations along the trails for kids to score candy and toys. There will also be the Anatomy of Pi Food Truck, music, scavenger hunt for kids and a special visit from Spiderman, Cinderella & Belle.
Kids and pets are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes. There will be prize packs to the best costume awards both humans AND four-legged friends at 11:30 AM near the Park Entrance.
Tickets: $5/person with a family cap of $20, ages 3 and under FREE. For tickets, click here. Members at giving level 3 or above receive 4, 6 or 10 free tickets.
Time: 10: 00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 27th, with the costume contest taking place at 11:30 a.m.
Owl-o-Ween at the Alabama Wildlife Center
The Alabama Wildlife Center is hosting the annual Owl-o-Ween festival on Saturday, October 27, 11-2 at Oak Mountain State Park. Come meet up close several kinds of owls, including the worlds largest owl the Eurasian eagle-owl.
For the kids there will be candy, games, crafts, story time and most importantly a creepy crawly table.
During the day there will be a release of a rehabilitated owl, and a live bird of prey show.
Cost: It’s FREE with admission to Oak Mountain State Park.
See you on the outdoors!!