PRKR Mtn. Trails 5K Zombie Challenge

Come to Remich Park in Littleton and try to navigate the 5K Zombie Challenge course without being eaten by a zombie!

Runners will navigate a 5K course wearing a belt with two flags. They can work with other runners to outsmart the zombies who will be chasing them through the course. There are “safe” zones and “Zombie” zones throughout the course. No pushing, shoving allowed. It’s basically flag football with zombies.

Food and refreshments  supplied. Costumes are encouraged. All proceeds go to PRKR Trails.

Cost: Zombies – $10 – must have costume or makeup; Adult runners – $20; Kid runners – $10; Family package – $40.

Questions? Call (603) 444-3437 or email [email protected]

Gathering of the Jack O’Lanterns

The Gathering of the Jack O’Lanterns takes place over three days in downtown Littleton. Many events are planned, including the lighting of the pumpkins illuminating the Ammonoosuc River, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26

  • Noon–5pm (Thursday, Friday, & Saturday) – Pumpkins that have already been carved may be dropped off at Littleton Bike & Fitness. Candles will be provided.
  • 6pm – Annual Boofest at the Colonial Theater in Bethlehem featuring Marko The Magician. More information at bethlehemevents.org
  • 7pm – 11pm – Live Music & Costume Party at The Loading Dock featuring Mad Cat Habitat $10 – All ages – Doors @ 6:30p. This night will be a diverse musical offering to the realms of hallowed out pumpkins. Not to be missed! Visit theloadingdocknh.com for more information.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27

  • 10am–12pm – Annual Littleton Police Department Halloween Festival at Littleton High School for grades K–6. Pumpkin carving contest, bouncy houses, Home Depot kids build kits, face painting, donuts and cider. Participants are encouraged to bring a ready-to-carve pumpkin (scooped out); there will be a limited number of pumpkins available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • 11am -6pm – Deep Earth Arts Open House They’ll be opening their new studio space at 97 Main Street for an Open House celebration! Come by to check out our new space and all the different retail offerings we have. Josh will be offering 20-minute readings for $20 starting at 2 pm and we’ll be there right up until the Gathering of the Jack o’Lanterns begins at 6 pm!
  • Noon–2pm – Chili Cook-off at the Littleton Food Co-op. Visit littletoncoop.com for more information
  • 1pm – 4pm – Become a Zombie for the evening’s festivities and Zombie Walk! Stop by Aylakai on Main Street. You bring your costume they’ll help with the makeup.
  • 2pm–4pm – Downtown Trick-or-Treat on Main St. and Mill St. Look for “Welcome Trick or Treaters” signs in participating shop windows. No Sign, No Treats!
  • 3pm–9pm – Rock climbing, trampoline bungee jumping, basketball, and duck pond with Vertical Entertainment. Glow-in-the-dark novelties will also be available. Tickets $5-7 per activity.
  • 3pm–9pm – Food Trucks Fill up with delicious food from local vendors and food trucks located along Riverglen Lane.
  • 3pm–6pm – The Pumpkin Patch Hangout at the First Congregational Church. Warm food and kid-friendly activities available. Visit 1stconglittleton.org for more information.
  • 5pm – Zombie Walk All Zombies are encouraged to meet at Aylakai on Main Street for the ghoulish infestation of the Riverwalk Area.
  • 5pm–8pm – Snacks & Treats at the Littleton Senior Center including a variety of delicious baked goods, warm beverages and more!
  • 6pm–9pm – The Haunted Organ at the Riverglen Gazebo Presented by Dick Alberini.
  • 6pm–9pm – Gathering of the Jack‘O’Lanterns. View hundreds of pumpkins carved by members of the community, illuminating the Ammonoosuc River. Enjoy a bonfire built and lit by the Littleton Volunteer Fire Department.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28

  • 12:00pm Zombie Run/Walk to benefit Parker Mountain Trails – Sponsored by Littleton Bike & Fitness, Parker Mountain Trails & Littleton Parks & Recreation. Stay tuned for more details!

 

Harvest Festival

A wonderful three-day event celebrates the season in downtown Littleton and Bethlehem — Friday, October 27-Sunday, October 29.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27

6pm – Annual Boofest at the Colonial Theater in Bethlehem featuring Circus Minimus, the one-man circus in-a-suitcase!

Noon–5pm (FRI & SAT) Pumpkins that have already been carved may be dropped off at Littleton Bike & Fitness. Candles are not necessary, we will provide them. Let’s break our record of pumpkins on the river from last year!

5pm–7pm – Time Out Timmy / Mad Cat Habitat Halloween Show at The Loading Dock

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28

10am–12pm – Annual Littleton Police Department Halloween Festival at the Littleton High School for grades K–6. Pumpkin carving contest, bouncy houses, Home Depot kids build kits, face painting, donuts and cider. Participants are encouraged to bring a ready-to-carve pumpkin (scooped out); there will be a limited number of pumpkins available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Noon–3pm – Chili Cook-off at the Littleton Food Co-op.

Noon–5pm – Become a Zombie for the evening’s festivities! Stop by Aylakai, you bring your costume we will help with the makeup.

2pm–4pm – Trick-or-Treat on Main St., Mill St. and Cottage St. If you see a skull and crossbones in the window, this means the storeowner has graciously bowed out of the treat giving, so please abstain from bringing wily trick-or-treaters inside.

3pm–8pm – Refuel! Fill up with delicious food from vendors located along Riverglen Lane. Vendors include, Profile High School Arts Alliance and Alburritos!

5pm–8pm – Bake Sale – The Littleton Senior Center including donuts, whoopie pies, cookies, brownies, cider, hot chocolate, and coffee.

4pm–6pm – The Pumpkin Patch Hangout at the First Congregational Church. Warm food and kid-friendly activities available.

6pm – Zombie Walk All Zombies are encouraged to meet at Aylakai on Main St. for the ghoulish infestation of the Riverwalk Area.

6pm–8pm – Haunted Trick-or-Treat hosted by the Upstage Players; Family friendly, $3 adults, $2 children, kids 5 and under free.

6pm–9pm – Gathering of the Jack‘O’Lanterns. View hundreds of pumpkins illuminating the Ammonoosuc River. Enjoy a bonfire built and lit by the Littleton Volunteer Fire Department.

7pm – Phoenix Bazaar An eclectic troupe performing with fire and LED props. (Fire only available in VT and MA).

8pm–10pm – House of Terror Get scared! Hosted by the Upstage Players; Adults only, $5 per person.

9pm – Halloween Special: Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Colonial Theatre. Doors at 8:00pm for cash bar, the evening’s signature cocktail (Time Warp Punch) and free Hor d’ourves (Frank. N. Furters and Meatloaf) and costume ogling. RHPS behavior of all sorts encouraged.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29

9am–11am – Buffet Breakfast fundraiser at the Littleton Senior Center.

Harvest Festival

A wonderful three-day event celebrates the season in downtown Littleton and Bethlehem — Friday, October 27-Sunday, October 29.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27

6pm – Annual Boofest at the Colonial Theater in Bethlehem featuring Circus Minimus, the one-man circus in-a-suitcase!

Noon–5pm (FRI & SAT) Pumpkins that have already been carved may be dropped off at Littleton Bike & Fitness. Candles are not necessary, we will provide them. Let’s break our record of pumpkins on the river from last year!

5pm–7pm – Time Out Timmy / Mad Cat Habitat Halloween Show at The Loading Dock

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28

10am–12pm – Annual Littleton Police Department Halloween Festival at the Littleton High School for grades K–6. Pumpkin carving contest, bouncy houses, Home Depot kids build kits, face painting, donuts and cider. Participants are encouraged to bring a ready-to-carve pumpkin (scooped out); there will be a limited number of pumpkins available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Noon–3pm – Chili Cook-off at the Littleton Food Co-op.

Noon–5pm – Become a Zombie for the evening’s festivities! Stop by Aylakai, you bring your costume we will help with the makeup.

2pm–4pm – Trick-or-Treat on Main St., Mill St. and Cottage St. If you see a skull and crossbones in the window, this means the storeowner has graciously bowed out of the treat giving, so please abstain from bringing wily trick-or-treaters inside.

3pm–8pm – Refuel! Fill up with delicious food from vendors located along Riverglen Lane. Vendors include, Profile High School Arts Alliance and Alburritos!

5pm–8pm – Bake Sale – The Littleton Senior Center including donuts, whoopie pies, cookies, brownies, cider, hot chocolate, and coffee.

4pm–6pm – The Pumpkin Patch Hangout at the First Congregational Church. Warm food and kid-friendly activities available.

6pm – Zombie Walk All Zombies are encouraged to meet at Aylakai on Main St. for the ghoulish infestation of the Riverwalk Area.

6pm–8pm – Haunted Trick-or-Treat hosted by the Upstage Players; Family friendly, $3 adults, $2 children, kids 5 and under free.

6pm–9pm – Gathering of the Jack‘O’Lanterns. View hundreds of pumpkins illuminating the Ammonoosuc River. Enjoy a bonfire built and lit by the Littleton Volunteer Fire Department.

7pm – Phoenix Bazaar An eclectic troupe performing with fire and LED props. (Fire only available in VT and MA).

8pm–10pm – House of Terror Get scared! Hosted by the Upstage Players; Adults only, $5 per person.

9pm – Halloween Special: Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Colonial Theatre. Doors at 8:00pm for cash bar, the evening’s signature cocktail (Time Warp Punch) and free Hor d’ourves (Frank. N. Furters and Meatloaf) and costume ogling. RHPS behavior of all sorts encouraged.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29

9am–11am – Buffet Breakfast fundraiser at the Littleton Senior Center.