On select nights through Nov. 1, Universal Studios is transformed into a nightmarish labyrinth of eight haunted houses, multiple street experiences and live shows. Highlights this year are houses based on Halloween, Alien vs. Predator and The Walking Dead. Costumes, make-up and masks are not all …
Remains open until midnight.
Price: $95.99 general, $41.99-$72.99 add on to daily admission ticket, $45.99-72.99 Florida resident.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music delights audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale. It has it all-the pumpkin, the glass slipper, favorite songs including, In My Own Little Corner-plus surprising new twists.
After one of the three siblings, Henry, sustained serious injuries in a fall from the stage in 2013, the blues, rock 'n' roll band is back and touring in support of their latest album release, Revelation.
Last year's competition, held in Italy, attracted athletes from 17 nations on four continents. This is the first time this international event has been held in the U.S. and more than 100 domestic and international athletes are expected to compete. All of the competitors are 18 and under, a …
Price: Free for spectators.
Take a self guided walk tour of the downtown shopping district and view Dia de los Muertos ofrendas (altars) created by area businesses. Traditionally, the altars are made from candles, flowers, leaves, photos and colorful paper as a dedication to lost relatives or pets. Merchants will have thei …
From Sept. 19 through Nov. 10, take your taste buds on a trip around the world to sample tapas-sized treats, learn culinary secrets and sip exotic beverages while touring World Showcase. Other events include Food and Wine pairing dinners, Wine "Schools'', the Eat to the Beat Concert series …
Today's Eat to the Beat concert features Smash Mouth.
Parents don't have to buy their children a new costume every year. Just take them and their old costume to the library and trade it for a new one. Don't have a costume to trade? Make a $5 donation and your child can still take home a new costume. Takes place during library hours through Oct. 30. …
Price: Free with costume, $5 without costume.
Got garden questions? Find answers to common landscape, pest and garden problems from Master Gardeners at weekly plant clinic on Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring plant samples, no appointment needed.
For every woman getting a bra fitting at participating Dillard's locations, Wacoal will donate $2 to Susan G. Komen for breast cancer research. Also, they will donate an additional $2 for every Wacoal bra, shapeware piece or b.tempt'd bra purchased.
Bring your children and your pets for photos among thousands of pumpkins and gourds and festive Halloween decorations. Pick out a plump pumpkin or a painted jack-o-lantern to take home. Pumpkin sales benefit homeless pets.
Price: Cost of pumpkins only.
The Clearwater Chapter of The Military Officers Association (MOAA) invites all military officers, their spouses, survivors and friends to its monthly meeting and program. October's guest speaker will be Congressman David Jolly.
The traveling circus of the LGBT community brings us family friendly acts by award winning Broadway producers designed to make us laugh, gasp and wonder "how do they do that." Early evening shows are family oriented. Late shows may contain adult material.
Price: $30, $15 children, 2 and younger free.
The MET series encore features Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro. Met Music Director James Levine conducts a spirited new production of Mozart's masterpiece, directed by Richard Eyre, who sets the action of this classic domestic comedy in an 18th-century manor house in Seville during the 1930s. Also b …
Price: $54, $23 seniors, $19 child (price varies by location).
Situated on 25 acres of land, the PG-13 rated, handicapped-accessible haunt features pirate-themed decor, hay rides, a one-mile haunted trail, a kid-friendly haunt and other hair-raising terror. Only the main haunt is open on Wednesdays.
Price: $12 (main haunt); $8 (pirate haunt); $8 (hay ride); $23 all three. Unlimited passes are $30 adults, $12 ages 5-10. On Wednesdays only the main haunt is open and it's $10 all ages.
Combine fun, conversation and cuisine in class series that explores all things Italian, plus dinner at each class. Four or six week series Wednesdays beginning Oct. 22, through Nov. 12 for four weeks, Nov. 26 for six weeks.
Price: $225 per person, $430 per couple for four weeks; $300 per person, $580 per couple for six weeks.