Halloween Fun In League City

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Safe trick-or-treating, haunted house, costume contest, and more  

City hosting family-friendly and fun activities October 30

Whether you’re looking for an evening of safe trick-or-treating with the kids, a spooky haunted house, a pumpkin decorating contest, or a place to show off your costume, then look no further— League City has events and activities for all ages this Halloween—including the family pet. All are free, family friendly, and provide a safe place to celebrate.

Block Party and Food Truck FestivalGraphic food truck with mountains in the background. text block party open house and food truck fest

On Friday, October 29, from 6 to 9 p.m. enjoy food and music under the historic oaks in downtown League City at Butler’s Courtyard at 122 Michigan Ave. Built in 1909, it’s one of the oldest in League City and used to house the City’s first bank. The front of the building was also the site of a deadly gun flight in the early 1900’s. Costumes and pets on a leash are welcome, plus so are ghost stories! Stop by and visit the League City table for treats and prizes.

Halloween at the Helen Hall Library

Starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 30, dress the kids (and you too) in costume and head over to the Helen Hall Library for crafts, activities, and safe trick-or-treating at various stations set up inside and outside the library. All stations will include Teal Pumpkin treats for those who have food allergies. Enjoy a “pumpkin walk” with over two dozen carved and decorated pumpkins created by League City staff members from the library and other departments. Vote for your favorite, and then trick-or treat down Walker Street starting at 5:30 p.m.

Trick-or-Treating On Walker Street

On Saturday, October 30, we’re closing down a portion of Walker Street for safe trick-or-treating.  Families are encouraged to carpool and park in the library, city hall, and civic center parking lots along Walker Street (overflow parking will be in the field across the street). Starting at 5:30 p.m., children, adults, and pets on a leash will be allowed to walk down Walker Street from the League City Public Safety Building to the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center—visiting tents and booths along the way to collect treats, prizes, and candy. Our City departments have challenged each other to see who can have the best tent, costumes, treats, games, and activities. Vote for your favorite and then end the night at the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center for Day of the Dog (and cat!) activities until 8 p.m. (including human and pet costume contests).

Day of the Dog (and cat!) at League City Animal CareGraphic skulls, dog with bones showing, and tombstones with crosses.

From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m on October 30, the League City Animal Care and Adoption Center will be hosting Day of the Dog (and cat) at their Graphic haunted house with carved pumpkins, spider webs, spider, and bats. text annual haunted housefacility located at 755 West Walker Street. Activities include kid’s crafts, food trucks, pet related vendors, music, and a special area where pet owners can honor a lost pet with a candle and memento. Sign up for our costume contest (for both pets and humans) which will start at 7:30 p.m. *There will be extremely limited parking at the shelter. Attendees are encouraged to park at City Hall and walk along Walker Street to the facility.

Fire Station Haunted House  

An annual tradition in League City, the League City Volunteer Fire Department transforms fire station number four, located at 175 W. Bay Area Blvd (behind Walgreens), into a haunted house. Admission is free on Saturday, October 30 from 6 to 10 p.m. and is recommended for ages 12 and up.