2017 Halloween parties and festivals in Vermont

Heritage Toyota has some fun Halloween ideas

2017 Halloween parties and festivals in Vermont

Halloween 2017 is only a few short weeks away. However, a number of Vermont communities are holding Halloween-themed events throughout the month of October. Heritage Toyota wants everyone to have a fun, spooky and safe season, so our sales team put together this list of things that could make for a great day, afternoon or evening out of the house. These events are located all over Vermont and if you need a new Toyota car, truck or SUV to help get you there, Heritage Toyota is more than able to help. We have several 2018 models already in stock and ready for people to take home.

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Pete and Chris Meet the Monsters

Sugarbush Ski Resort
Oct. 7
1840 Sugarbush Access Road
Warren, VT

This kid-friendly magic comedy show features fun sets and entertainment for all ages. In addition to funny and crazy sets, there are lots of opportunities for audience participation.

Essex Junction Halloween Celebration 2017

Champlain Valley Exposition
Oct. 25
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, VT

A night of treats, games and a few tricks are in store for visitors to the Essex Junction Halloween Celebration. The event is aimed at children of preschool age to fourth grade.

Mount Holly Halloween Party 2017

Mount Holly Library
Oct. 27
26 Maple Street
Belmont, VT

This is a two-part event. The kids’ portion will feature trick-or-treating, hayrides, snacks and a costume contest from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Live music for adults with BYOB libations begins 8 p.m. and runs until midnight.

Fletcher Memorial Library Halloween Party 2017

Fletcher Memorial Library
Oct. 27
88 Main Street
Ludlow, VT

All ages are welcome to the 2017 Halloween Party being held at the Fletcher Memorial Library. A costume contest is proceeded by snacks and games that everyone can enjoy.

Halloween Express Train Ride

ECHO Leahy Center
Oct. 28 and Oct. 29
1 College Street
Burlington, VT

A fun (and not scary) kids’-themed Halloween party at the ECHO center kicks off one hour prior to the scheduled departure time. Everyone is welcome to wear their own costume and enjoy the 60-minute train ride.

There are many exciting things happening with the 2018 class of Toyota vehicles that have arrived at Heritage Toyota. Stop by and check them out today.