October 28th – November 4th Goblins, Halloween, Martians, and Pirates

Festival of Goblins

Come in your most creative costume and go on a gallery trick or treat at the Museum! Kids and their families will enjoy a variety of activities that include making boo-tiful art, watching a spooky movie, a fun photo booth, food, a costume parade, an interactive DJ, wine and beer tastings for adults, and leave with a festive goody bag!  Delaware Art Museum, October 29th, 4:30 P.M.



Halloween (1978)

Halloween stars Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis (in her film debut), and is the first installment in the Halloween franchise. The film is set in the fictional mid western town of Haddonfield, Illinois. On Halloween, six year old Michael Myers murders his older sister by stabbing her with a kitchen knife. Fifteen years later, he escapes from a psychiatric hospital, returns home, and stalks teenager Laurie Strode and her friends. Theatre N at Nemours, October 31st, 7:30 P.M.



War of the Worlds (the original)

H. G. Wells’ chilling novel of the invasion of the Earth by Martians and his observations dealing with panic and destruction becomes even more frightening when translated to the cinema. No one who has seen the Martian’s spaceships, swan-shaped, ticking, and hissing menacingly as they glide along leaving a wake of destruction, can forget their ominous impact. Free! Reservations strongly suggested. Smyrna Opera House, October 29th, 9 P.M.



The Pirate Coast

Join the Clear Space crew in a high-stakes, swashbuckling adventure this Halloween! The demonic Captain Kidd and his band of ragtag pirates are in town to pillage, plunder and terrorize. Will you be tortured by Captain Kidd, buried in the sand and left for the gulls? This fast-paced, interactive experience is sure to excite and fright the entire family! Clear Space Theater, October 28th 29th and 30th, 5 P.M

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