Halloween runs from Mon 26 to Sat 31 Oct 2020 (7.30-8pm Mon, Tue, Thu; 4.30-5pm Wed; 8-8.30pm Fri, Sat) and is filled with workshops and tutorials to create costumes, props, Halloween makeup and more.
The Stringybark Festival spans the whole day and is literally jam-packed with lots of activities, performances, entertainment, cooking, lip balm making, workshops and more. Some of the events listed below are also part of the festival, so do follow the link for a list of the events that need registration as you won't want to miss out, just because you didn't book.
One more for the festival is the age old art of preserving, which also needs registration. It definitely is a gorgeous way to make the most of seasonal produce, whether you've grown it yourself or bought it.
A little something for the kids; so hope you have some Hula Hoops around to learn some tricks. That's not all - Halloween week is also filled with plenty for the children, including the Queen of Hearts Mariachi, bringing you a very traditional style Mexican Day of the Dead. For some local entertainment - Charlie Bedford, originally from Rowville, but with a lot of experience under his belt from travels to the US, performing on stage with band members from great acts. As you can see, Knox does not disappoint. There's plenty on the agenda to enjoy! If you're hungry for more, Knox City Council also has lots of events for you to explore.