Celebrate Halloween with the Y - treats, costumes, games and much more!

Visit the following YMCA branches for Spooktacular fun throughout the month of October:

Friday, October 21

West St. Paul

  • Halloween Party from 6-8pm
  • Trick or Treating, haunted hallway, bonfire, carnival games and more!

Thursday, October 27

Emma B. Howe

  • Harvest Festival from 6-7:30pm
  • Games, snacks and friendly costumes encouraged

Friday, October 28


  • Trick or Treat Street from 5-7pm
  • Pirates of the Caribbean themed
  • Trick or treating, tattoo station, “walk the plank” and fishing games, art activities and a small snack. Costumes are encouraged!

Forest Lake

  • Fall Family Fun Fest 4-7pm
  • Coloring, games, activity stations, Tae Kwon Do and family dance demos, costumes are welcome!

New Hope

  • Harvest Party from 6-7:30pm
  • Games, healthy snacks and treats, pumpkin carving contest (bring in a pumpkin you carved at home to enter), candy corn count contest and costumes!


  • Halloween Party from 6-8pm
  • Carnival games, bounce house, inflatable slide, crafts, cookie decorating, maze, dance party, movies and more!
  • Cost: $6 per person or $20 per family. Dinner is included.

St. Paul Midway

  • Spooktacular Party from 5:30-7:30pm
  • Family Thriller Zumba at 7pm
  • Costume Parade at 7:15pm
  • Games & Bingo, face painting, bounce house, haunted kitchen, crafts and prizes and snacks

White Bear Lake

  • Annual Halloween Party from 5:30-8pm
  • Photo booth, caricature artist, face painting, bounce houses, bingo, games snacks and a dance party

Saturday, October 29

Mounds View

  • Fall Harvest from 10am-12pm
  • Carnival games, Trick or Treat Street, photo booth and Lions Club waffle breakfast


  • Pumpkin Party from 3-5pm
  • Bounce house, carnival games, haunted house, bonfire, crafts & more! Costumes are encouraged.

Friday, November 11


  • Harvest Party from 5-7:30pm
  • Face painting, arts and crafts, scavenger hunt, carnival games, bounce house, bowling, kids fitness class, story time and snacks and candy.
  • It is encouraged that all participants bring a non-perishable food item to donate to Second Harvest.

Contact YMCA branches for more information.