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Boston Airport Cab wishes everyone a happy Halloween. We will be your guide for the week’s hottest events and the coolest happenings happening in and around Boston.

Cities of Massachusetts will be hosting numerous events. Places like Salem, Cape Cod, and New England are already crowded and others will be too as the weekend arrives.

There are many activities to do on Halloween, you can go to a party, a haunted house, street parades, or a spooky farm. Wherever you go we are coming with you. Our premium Car/Cab Services are available at the minimum possible prices for you on Halloween occasions.

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Haven’t planned your trip yet? Let’s take a look at some of Massachusett’s hottest places this holiday.

Spooky Zoo of New England

Make a trip to the Franklin Park Zoo on Halloween weekend, with chills, thrills, and animals scurrying around every corner of the Halloween trail during the annual “Zoo Howl.”

This Saturday and Sunday, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. There are plenty of spooky events throughout the weekend, such as costume contests and animal encounters, as well as opportunities to get acquainted with each creepy crawly creature in the Zoo.

The animals, too, will join in the fun by enjoying pumpkin-flavored treats on their own in the “pumpkenrichment.” North of Franklin Park Zoo in Stoneham, visitors can take in more terrifying sights at the Stoneham Zoo’s “Boo at the Zoo” held the previous week (Oct. 22nd and 23rd between 9 a.m. and two p.m.). The annual Halloween celebration will also feature costumed fun and an opportunity to win costumes.

Take a Look at the Fall’s Most Popular Festival Films at Iffboston.

Suppose you’re looking to catch some of the 2022’s most anticipated films in the weeks and months before they are released across the country. In that case, Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston) will screen 13 of the most talked-about films at the Brattle Theater through November 1 as part of the festival’s Fall Focus showcase.

Among the highlights are Sarah Polley’s “Women Talking,” about a group of women (Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Frances McDormand) living in an isolated religious colony who struggle to reconcile their faith with a series of sexual assaults committed by the colony’s men; James Gray’s “Armageddon Time,” a semi-autobiographical tale about a Queens boy struggling to reconcile faith and family with fitting in at his new school; and Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out” sequel “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” during which audiences are invited to dress in costumes inspired by the 2019 smash hit whodunnit filmed in Massachusetts.

The festival season of fall is getting underway. The year’s most anticipated awards are already being sprayed with a rosy tinge in Venice or Toronto. There’s even an award for the most stylish. For a complete list of movies, go to the IFF Boston website.

Read up at the Boston Book Festival

The 14th Boston Book Festival returns to town on Saturday in Copley Square this year. The event is free and open to all. The festival will feature keynote speakers, writing workshops, contests, activities for children and poems, readings and book sales of all types, and live entertainment. 

The festival is back live for the very first time since 2019. It attracted more than 3000 visitors during the previous year. But it’s not only for those who love reading. Vendors, entertainers, and food trucks fill Copley Square, while other activities throughout the day are held at venues such as The Boston Public Library and Old South Church. Bookshops in the local area, like Brattle, offer new and used books in pop-ups along the streets. 

Keynote speakers for this year’s event will include: Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, who is a top-selling research scientist in the field of trauma; Yiyun Li, a novelist and MacArthur Foundation Fellow; Malinda Lo, a National Book Award winner; Tui T. Sutherland is the New York Times best-selling author as well as Patrick Radden Keefe, an award-winning writer at The New Yorker. Other keynote speakers will include Wajahat Ali, Steve Almond, and Dr. Deborah Birx. Tickets are on sale through the BFFs website. 


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Get your Dog in the Spotlight at The Doggone Halloween Parade.

The annual Doggone Halloween Dog Parade is returning to Downtown Crossing this Saturday at 12:30 p.m. (rain date: October 30). Dress your dog up or simply walk over to enjoy the parade. All dogs must be present at 12:30 p.m., and the judging starts with judging at 1 p.m.

There will be prizes awarded to the most frightening dog, the cutest dog, the most impressive human-dog duo, and the best in the show. There will be treats available, as well as dog-related vendors. Be on hand, along with free samples. The parade is completely free. However, the registration process via Eventbrite is necessary. 

Costume up for Halloween-themed pub crawl

Like every year, bars in Boston will be filled with Halloween-themed pub crawls all week and all weekend. On Saturday, two crawls will be held at Faneuil Hall Bars, with Pub Crawls and Bar Crawl Live! each offering drink specials and contests. Pub Crawls also operates as a “Fright Night Fenway” crawl within The Lansdowne St. area on Saturday and the “Hangover” crawl in Cambridge. If you’re a true Halloween lover, all the crawls will be back at work on Halloween night. 

Get ready for Halloween this Weekend by Attending Big Night Entertainment.

Big Night Entertainment Group has planned costumes, music entertainment, drinks, and more at several of its venues throughout Boston to celebrate Halloween weekend. In Big Night Live, attendees can enjoy performances by Joel Corry, Acraze, and SUDDEN DEATH throughout the weekend.

Like every year, Causeway Street offers luxury pod seating, various bars, LED lighting, and a high-quality sound system to provide a premium experience. Participants can also enjoy the dance stage in The Grand at Seaport’s The Grand, featuring DJs AUDIENCE, MAKJ, and DJ Esco throughout the weekend.

Make sure you dress in the best costume for Empire’s Horror Nights on Friday and Saturday. Guests can enjoy seasonal cocktails such as Finding Fall (Hendricks Neptunia, lime honey, agave) and How’s About Apples (Dos Hombres Mezcal, Cointreau and apple cider and lime agave). Downtown Crossing arcade bar VERSUS’ Halloween Costume Party on Saturday offers another opportunity to dress up in costume, prizes for those who dress as their favorite characters, and special drinks for the holiday season.

Halloween Is a Great Time to Visit the Boston Children’s Museum. Boston Children’s Museum

While kids are enthralled by visiting the Boston Children’s Museum, it’s after hours when the spooky fun begins. The 3rd annual Spooktacular is scheduled to take place on Saturday around 6.30 p.m. with an evening of terrifying fun for the whole family. The event will occur following the museum’s closing for the day. The ticketed event brings together the fun of Halloween with scary activities and events during the entire evening.

Enjoy programs and activities such as “Little’s Pumpkin Patch” (specifically for children younger than three years old), “Pumpkin Putt-Putt,” the “Jack-o’-Lantern Jamboree,” trick-or-treating (complete with allergy-friendly options and specially designed “book bags” for little youngsters under three) as well as the interactive “Potions!”

Kids can explore”Spider Web Maze, “Spider Web Maze”, and “Zombie Lanes,” then perform their dance moves in “Boo Crew Review: Songs, Stories and Silly Fun” and Monster mashing with a DJ. From princesses and cowboys to ghosts and monsters costumes, contests award the most creative spookiest, cutesiest, and creative group costumes. 

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