Weekend Lineup (for the kids): October 26-28

Boo in the Gap
Now here’s a Halloween event that is fun for the whole family. The Old Stone School in Hillsboro is the haunt for the Boo in the Gap this Friday from 6:30-11 p.m. Costume contest, food trucks, adult beverages, and live music making for a rocking good time in Western Loudoun.


The Dulles Town Center transforms into the spooktacular Mall-o-Ween on Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.  Enjoy Trick-or-Treating, Halloween craft and activities, face painting, a magic show at 11 a.m. and 12 p.m, and horse drawn hayrides from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.


Halloween Block Party
The streets of Old Town Purcellville will be the place to be for family fun this Saturday night from 5-9 p.m. There will be trick or treating, a magic show, games, costume contest, live music and some fantastic people watching – this party is known for some incredible costumes.


Brambleton Town Center Trick or Treating
Trick or treating is great, but add hay rides, crafts and games and you’ve got a whole lotta family fun to be add. Hit the Brambleton Town Center on Sunday from 12-2 p.m. to join the party.


Show Time!
The Loudoun theatre game is strong this weekend with three homegrown performances on the stage. The Addams Family is on the Eagle Ridge Middle School stage Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The Main Street Theatre production of Shrek the Musical is at the Franklin Park Arts Center on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. And Romeo & Juliet is at Briar Woods High School on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Stefanie Egee

Stefanie Egee is the publisher of the Loudoun Macaroni Kid, a digital resource on all things family in Loudoun County. The Macaroni Kid website and e-newsletter are full of family friendly events and activities right here in our communities. In addition to events, Macaroni Kid also includes giveaways, crafts, recipes, parenting resources, business spotlights, and much more. Sign up for the free weekly e-newsletter to get the goods delivered to your inbox each week!

Weekend Lineup (for the kids): October 26-28

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