Halloween is just a week away, but there is still time to make your plans to have a little fun on the West Bank.
Halloween on the West Bank of New Orleans
St. Mark’s Church in Harvey (3245 Manhattan Blvd) is holding a pumpkin patch every day through Halloween. The patch is open weekdays and Saturday from 9 am to dusk and Sunday from noon to dusk. Admission is free and there are homemade treats for sale. For more information, call the church at 504-366-0123.
Confetti Kids, in Algiers Point, will be holding a Spooktacular Halloween Party on Sunday, 10/30/11, from 4-6 pm. There will be games, fun and a costume contest for all ages. Free admission.
Gretna Goblin Night
A safe, family friendly way to trick or treat for the 10 and under set. Located under the Gretna Market at Huey P. Long and 4th Street, there will be games, candy and trick or treating fun from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Children and adults are encouraged to costume!
Christ the King Parish Festival
Not just a Halloween event, the festival lasts all weekend, with live music, food, rides and games. Located at 2106 Deerfield in Terrytown, the festival is open Friday from 6-10pm, Saturday from noon-10pm and Sunday from noon-8pm. Live entertainment will be as follows:
- Friday: Topcats
- Saturday: Contraflow
- Sunday: Bucktown Allstars