Children are invited to come in their most creative costume for the third annual Festival of Goblins! Kids and their families will enjoy a trick-or-treat scavenger hunt, making boo-tiful art, spooky stories performed by interactive storyteller and illustrator Jeff Hopkins, dancing to thrilling and chilling music, a costume parade, and much more! Delaware Art Museum, October 27th, 4:30 P.M.
Just in time for Halloween, join the UD Chamber Orchestra for some spooky fun when they present Michael Shapiro’s film score to Universal Pictures’ 1931 Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff. Shapiro, conductor of the Chappaqua Orchestra, composed the score to be played along with the film, blending live music with the story on screen, and giving audiences an entirely new way to experience this classic horror movie. Gore Recital Hall – Roselle Center for the Arts, October 28th, 8 P.M.
This competition and exhibition will showcase local photographer’s view of the region. Refreshments and a cash bar will be provided. Biggs Museum of American Art, November 2nd, 5 P.M.
This Halloween, the Clear Space Theatre is transformed into the Enchanted Forest! Little Red Riding Hood leads you on a trek along this mystical path and needs your family’s help to outwit The Wolf and make it to Grandma’s house safe and sound. Along the way, you’ll also encounter some of her fairy tale friends and foes – Cinderella, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, witches, fairies and more! Clear Space Theater, October 26th through 28th.