Sandestin announces a series of ‘scary-good’ Halloween happenings

We are about half-way through the month of October and as we get closer to Halloween, The Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort as announced their Halloween festivities for this year.

From canine costume contents to trick-or-treating with a twist, there’s a little something for everyone.


Barktoberfest: Sandestin’s Favorite Halloween Paw-ty 

Barktoberfest on October 28th at 4:30pm in Grand Park at Grand Boulevard in Sandestin for canine trick-or-treating, a costume contest, giveaways and more! 

More Info HERE.


Throwback Thursday Cinema Presents Hocus Pocus 

The Village of Baytowne Wharf is spreading a little Halloween magic on Thursday, October 28th at 6:30pm. with a free showing of the Halloween classic film “Hocus Pocus,” perfect for a family outing under the moonlight. 

More Info HERE.


A Halloween Harvest at the Grand Boulevard Farmers’ Market 

Get into the harvest season mood on Saturday, October 30th from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Grand Boulevard Farmers’ Market on the Grand Boulevard at Sandestin. Browse booths full of farm-fresh, seasonal produce, autumnal gourmet foods, and much more!

More Info HERE.


Trick or Treat on the BOOlevard 

Head to Grand Boulevard for Halloween on the BOOlevard on Sunday, October 31st between 4:00pm and 6:00pm for a jump-start on trick-or-treating. Kids can collect their sweets from the locally-owned shops and restaurants around the town center.

More Info HERE


Make Halloween Sweet on Trick or Treat Street 

Starting at 6:00pm on Sunday, October 31st, all ghouls, ghosts, and goblins are invited to the Village of Baytowne Wharf for trick-or-treating through the Village streets, live music by Steve Hall, a costume contest at Coconut Kidz, a fireworks display at 8:00pm.

More Info HERE.

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