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Dexter Community Plans Halloween Events

Here is a look at some family-friendly activities this weekend.

Halloween is Monday, but if your children can't wait that long to get into costume, there are plenty of events and activities before the big night.

First, there's Patch's own . Submit a photo or video of your child (age 12 and younger) wearing his or her awesome or adorable Halloween costume, and you could win a three-day trip to Los Angeles or New York to meet supermodel Heidi Klum. You'll also win $1,031 for your favorite local charity. Enter before 9 p.m. Monday; I'll be choosing Dexter's representative for the national contest then. Click and scroll down to learn how to enter.

1. Halloween at Dancer's Edge

Where/when: Dancer's Edge Dance Studio, 6-10 p.m. Friday.

Why go? Children age 4 and older can enjoy pizza, crafts, face-painting, games, a costume contest, "Thriller" dance and haunted house and a Halloween movie.

Pricing: $20 per ticket. Register online at DextersDancersEdge.com.

2. Evil Dead: The Musical

Where/when: , Friday-Sunday. Performances are 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 7 p.m. Sunday.

Why go? Fans of the campy Evil Dead films starring Bruce Campbell will get a kick out of this musical featuring plenty of zombie disemboweling and cheesy pick-up lines.

Pricing: Tickets cost $17 for Splatter Zone and $15 general admission. For more information, visit dextercommunityplayers.com.

3. Trick-or-Treat in the village

Where/when: Downtown Dexter, 10 a.m. Friday.

Why go? Businesses with gold Dexter Area Chamber of Commerce balloons will pass out candy to children throughout the morning. Businesses who want to participate should contact the chamber by Thursday afternoon. Trick-or-treat hours in the village are 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday.

Pricing: Free

4. Dexter Community Band Halloween concert

Where/when: , 3 p.m. Sunday.

Why go? Enjoy a free evening of spooky Halloween music to get you in the holiday spirit. This will include a guest performance by Detroit Symphony Orchestra member Jeffery Zook. Audiences are encouraged to come dressed in costume.

Pricing: Free

5. Kiwanis Club Halloween Party

Where/when: , 3-5 p.m. Sunday. 

Why go? Children can enjoy a costume contest, games and prizes, pizza, cider and doughnuts and an appearance by The Bubbleman.

Pricing: Free

6. Scio Township Halloween Party

Where/when: Scio Township Fire Station, 827 N. Zeeb Rd., 2-4 p.m. Sunday.

Why go? Children can enjoy Colors the Clown, games, treats and plenty of activities.

Pricing: Free

7. Eighth annual candy weigh-in

Where/when: , 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Why go? Bring your little pumpkin to Foggy Bottom after trick-or-treating and weigh in your loot for curiosity's sake. Enjoy some free hot chocolate and doughnuts while visiting with your neighbors.

Pricing: Free.

8. Trick-or-Treat at Aubree's

Where/when: , 4-6 p.m. Monday

Why go? Kids can enjoy a buffet of Halloween pizza, bat wings, mummy dogs, booger sticks, caramel apples and doughnuts.

Pricing: $4.99

Carol Mader October 28, 2011 at 07:56 PM
Don''t forget St. James' Episcopal Church's free Pumpkin Carving on Sunday at 4:30 p.m.! Pumpkins provided, along with a pizza dinner. Kids will select a pumpkin from our own pumpkin patch, and we'll provide the stencils, safe tools, and a warm fire. We're at 3279 Broad St, and we look forward to seeing you! Costumes optional!

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