HALLOWHEATON

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HalloWheaton banner with cartoon cauldron with green bubbles and photos of kids in halloween costumes flowing out.

HALLOWHEATON is a FREE trick-or-treat event for families!
Sunday, October 25 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Rain or shine.*

Canceled for 2020

 

 

Find out why this event has quickly become a local family tradition! Trick-or-Treat in your Halloween costume and meet traditional costumed characters, such as the Mummy, Grymm Witches, the too-tall scarecrow and many others. Photo ops with the characters are welcomed!

Please Note: This event is rain or shine! Due to Sunday’s forecast, all treat stations, activities, and performances will be held indoors throughout the campus.

This event is scare-free and family-friendly. Admission to HalloWheaton is FREE, part of the “WheatonArts Family Days! Presented by PNC Arts Alive!“ program. Includes access to the Museum of American Glass, Artist Studios, and Museum Stores.

Rain gear is encouraged as you walk from building to building!

 
 
Glass artists Brian and John making pumpkins in the Glass Studio

DESIGN A GLASS PUMPKIN CHALLENGE!

 
If you could make a glass pumpkin, what would it look like? Winners of the challenge can watch the WheatonArts Glassblowers create their designs in the Glass Studio during HalloWheaton! The Challenge is open to children ages 5 to 17, and will be made available once the Fall season arrives. 
 
Winners!

Selection date and notification of winners will be announced in the Fall. Winners and their families will be invited to the Glass Studio to watch their designs being made with hot glass during HalloWheaton at 3 p.m.! The event is free and open to the public.

2019 Design a Glass Pumpkin Challenge Winners:
Winners: Rocco Litito and Madison Stanfiel
Runner Up: Alexis Steffler

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