Get spooky at the Enchanted Rink and Fright Night events with Central Alabama Pride, Oct. 27 + 29

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Celebrate Pride History Month + Halloween. Photo by Toni Reed

Join Central Alabama Pride, Inc for two Halloween events for LGBTQ+ folks and allies this week. On October 27 at 7PM, don’t miss out on the Enchanted Rink—there will be free candy! Also, check out their Fright Night (ages 18+) on October 29. We have all the deets on these events, so keep reading.

Enchanted Rink

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Ohhhh honey! That’s how we roll. Photo via Skates 280’s website

Celebrate Halloween with Central Alabama Pride at Skates 280 and don’t forget your costume! The Enchanted Rink is open to all ages. There will be free candy, a costume contest, and all types of family fun. This inclusive and spooky event is a great way to have fun in the community.

Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

  • When: Wednesday, October 27 | 7 PM
  • Where: Skate 280 7043 Meadowlark Dr, Birmingham, AL

Fright Night

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Say yes to drag. Photo via Central Alabama Pride

Fright Night is a late-night fundraiser with fun and spooky carnival games for adults 18 and older. If you’re a night owl, then you’ll be excited to hear that the event begins at midnight. You don’t want to sleep on this event. Fright Night will have drag performers, Kennedy Davenport of RuPaul’s Drag Race and Abhora from The Boulet Brothers DRAGULA.

Don’t worry, your fave local queens will be performing too. Here’s who to expect:

  • Addison Vontrell
  • Dominique Divine
  • Victoria Taylor
  • Au’ttum Vontrell
  • Victoria Vicious
  • Fawn
  • Saylor Alexander
  • Thot Weiland

There will be a $15 entry fee to Fright Night. The money will go towards the Central Alabama Pride mission of supporting LGBTQ+ and other allied organizations in the Bham community.

  • When: Friday, October 29th Midnight
  • Where: Quest Club 416 24th St S, Birmingham, AL

About Central Alabama Pride

Central Alabama aims to offer diverse and inclusive spaces for LGBTQ+ children and allies. They also want to create a safe place for people of all ages. How do they do this? By providing equal access to fun spaces for those who identify as LGBTQ+.

So have a howlin’ good time at these events this week.

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