Make the most of the season at these events for all ages!

Fall Fest in Dockyard
Tricks, treats and lots of fun awaits you at WEDCO’s Fall Fest. Taking place on Saturday, October 21st, in Dockyard, this is a Halloween party like no other. Kids will enjoy choosing their own pumpkins from the patch (with proceeds benefiting Somerset Primary’s Parent Teacher Association) as well as trick or treating in the Clocktower Mall. There will be fun castles, food vendors, a costume competition, laser tag and a Bermy Striders bicycle track. And those with big appetites can partake in the food-eating contests: pie for kids and hot dogs for adults. Visit www.dockyard.bm for more information.

Verdmont Open House
The Bermuda National Trust welcomes you to visit Verdmont on Saturday, October 14th, for a day of amusement! From 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. admission to the historic home will be free and kids and their parents are encouraged to explore the museum and surrounding gardens. There will be heritage activities and games, as well as free tours and afternoon tea. For more information about Verdmont and the Open House, visit www.bnt.bm.

Taste of Bermuda
Prepare your taste buds because Hamilton’s annual food festival is back! Taste of Bermuda will take place between October 13th and 15th and will include a whole host of exciting things like cooking demos, dining experiences, eating competitions, dance performances, bartending showcases and tasty morsels from Bermuda’s best restaurants and chefs. If you love food, this is an event you don’t want to miss! For the full schedule of events, visit www.cityofhamilton.bm.

City of Hamilton Open-Air Film
The City of Hamilton cordially invites you to a night of spooky cinema at Fort Hamilton. There will be screenings of two Halloween-themed films—one for kids and one for adults—and food and beverage vendors will be on-site so you can enjoy lots of delicious treats. For more information, including show times, visit www.cityofhamilton.bm.

Haunted History Tours
This Halloween the dead will come back to life in the old town of St. George. Dressed in a black cloak and top hat, lantern in hand, Kristin White lures followers from King’s Square into the streets, all the time narrating stories and interspersing them with louche, slightly sinister laughter and summoning forth her troupe of characters, also in costume, who emerge from the shadows. Visit www.longstoryshort.life for more information and to book tour tickets.

Halloween Party at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
BUEI’s annual Halloween Party is always a hit with kids and this year’s event looks to be no different. Taking place on Saturday, October 28th, the party will include a spooky haunted tunnel, an enchanted dive, ghost tram tours and a costume competition with prizes awarded to the scariest, most original and best family costume. For more information, visit www.buei.bm.

Super American Circus
Get ready Bermuda, because the Super American Circus is coming to town! Perfect for the whole family, this circus doesn’t include animals, but it does include gravity-defying acrobatics, jaw-dropping stunts and lots and lots of magic! Beginning on Friday, October 6th, and running through to Sunday, October 8th, there will be eight shows in total, all of which will be taking place at The Shed in Dockyard. For more information and to buy tickets, visit www.superamericancircus.com/bermuda.