Your guide to all things Halloween and Día de los Muertos in Boulder.
Halloween Drive-In Movies
Thursday, Oct. 26 and Friday, Oct. 27
5:45 - 11 p.m.
Join us at the Boulder Reservoir for drive-in Halloween movies!
Tickets are $10 per car, per showing, for all the people you can fit in your ride. So, if you want to come for the early movie and stay for the late movie, be sure to buy tickets for both showings.
Come to the Boulder Reservoir and enjoy a spooky movie to kick off Halloween weekend!
Saturday, Oct. 28
9 - 10 a.m.
Put on your costume and do some Zumba on the roof! Back again this year is Halloween Zumba! Our Zumba Instructor Lidia will put on a Zumba class on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9-10 a.m. on the Museum of Boulder’s roof. Have a fun, safe and effective workout that focuses on balance, range of motion, flexibility, and coordination…while in costume! Registration is $20.
Haunted Library at George Reynolds
Sunday, Oct. 29
12 - 2 p.m.
Family fun and friendly activities abound as the entirety of the George Reynolds Branch is taken over by Haunted Library. Wear your costumes and join us for a not-too-spooky time!
Last Minute Halloween Costume Creation/Repair
Monday, Oct. 30
4 - 6 p.m.
Do you need some last minute time/help to put the finishing touches on a Halloween Costume? Come hang with us at this drop-in style workshop where we'll attempt to help you be the spookiest version of yourself. Registered participants should feel free to come for any portion of the allotted time.
Downtown Boulder Munchkin Masquerade
Tuesday, Oct. 31
3 to 6 p.m.
Each year, downtown Boulder is invaded by tiny ghosts and goblins, dinosaurs and dragons, fairies and princes, superheroes, animals of every size and more trick-or-treating along Pearl Street for the Munchkin Masquerade.
Photo credit: Downtown Boulder Partnership
Día de los Muertos Events
Día de los Muertos Community Installation and Workshop
Installation Opening - Saturday, Oct. 21
Workshop - Saturday, Oct. 28
This year, BMoCA is launching a new community-driven installation to celebrate Día de los Muertos. A series of ofrendas will be displayed upstairs at BMoCA from October 21-28th, each made by a local community group in partnership with the museum. Celebrate the opening of this community installation on October 21st with dance, music, traditional holiday refreshments, and fun for the whole family! On October 28th, take part in a hands-on workshop for all ages to learn more about the four components traditionally included in an ofrenda. All Día de los Muertos at BMoCA programs are free and open to all.
Guide to Fall in Boulder
Looking for more fall fun? Check out our Guide to Fall in Boulder