• Ryan Hogue

Halloween Weekend Events

Looking for things to do this Halloween Weekend? Look no further. We have compiled a list of activities available this weekend!

1. Horror movies at Gold Coast

Fox Theatres has announced a new weekly horror movie series at Fox Gold Coast, located at 11301 Coastal Highway, Ocean City.

These horror classics will be shown every Friday night beginning Oct. 9, each at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10.

Each special showing will also feature trivia and a discussion of the film after the movie with Will Devokees, theater manager, filmmaker and “Movie Night” host. This weeks movie is “Halloween III: Season of the Witch”

2. Emmanuel's Drive-Thru Trunk or Treat

Emmanuel Church in Salisbury is putting a fun spin on its traditional Trunk or Treat by making it drive-thru this year.

The event, set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30, will feature decorations, free giveaways and, of course, plenty of candy.

The church is located at 217 Beaglin Park Drive.

3. Worcester County's Track or Treat

Worcester County Recreation & Parks will host its Track or Treat event at the Worcester County Recreation Center on Friday, Oct. 30, from 6-8 p.m.

Open to youths ages 12 and under, it will feature local vendors with goodies to hand out to kidsl and kid-friendly games will be offered. Children should come dressed in their Halloween costumes and bring a bag to collect goodies.

Protective masks are required for the duration of the event, and all guests must sign in before they enter.

4. Chesapeake Ghost Tours

What would the Halloween season be without ghostly tours in towns through Maryland's Lower Shore?

Chesapeake Ghost Tours has modified its operations during the pandemic, but its tours are still on for this October. Tours are set for Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in 11 Lower Shore communities, including Salisbury, Pocomoke City, Berlin, Ocean City, Princess Anne and Crisfield.

Tours will be limited to between 15 and 20 guests. For full details about times, places and prices for tours, visit

5. Ocean City's Drive in Disguise

Ocean City Halloween Drive in Disguise parade will start from 26th Street and head south to the amusement pier on Oct. 24.

Residents and visitors who are crazy about decorating for Halloween are invited to dress their vehicles in costume and ride down the Boardwalk.