The COVID-19 pandemic made Halloween trickier than usual last year, but Wellesley appears to be approaching the holiday in a more or less normal way this season.
Signature events that were nixed last year, like the Bates Pumpkin Fair and Hills Church pumpkin patch, are on.
Here’s our roundup of Wellesley Halloween Happenings, which we’ll be updating as activities get our attention:
Wellesley Hills Congregational Church pumpkin patch
The Wellesley Hills Congregational Church Pumpkin Patch will be open for sales throughout October from 10am to 6pm daily.
A portion of the proceeds from your purchases support the indigenous farming communities that partner with Pumpkins USA and will support the emergency relief efforts of Global H.O.P.E.
You can’t miss the display at 207 Washington St.
Linden Square courtyard photo opp
Swing by Linden Square for a positively autumnal and Instagram-worthy photo opportunity at the courtyard. Hashtag your photo with #LindenPumpkinPatch & you might win yourself a prize @LindenSquareWellesley
Spooky Scavenger Hunt (Oct. 26-Nov. 2)
Halloween Spooktacular Light Show: Oct. 22 – 31
Creepy Crawlies and Creatures of the Night: Oct. 28 at 7pm
Registration required for this virtual event for all ages. Presented by Joy Marzolf of “The Joy’s of Nature”.
Co-sponsored by Wellesley Free Library, Wellesley Conservation Land Trust, Sustainable Wellesley and Wellesley Natural Resources Commission.
CANCELED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Halloween Stroll: Oct. 30, 11am-1pm @Clock Tower Park in Wellesley Hills
Listen to Wellesley’s Liz Sowers’ spooky “Ghosts in the Burbs” podcast.
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