I mean I don’t know about you, but the thought of little super heroes being unable to fly due to wet capes (save me!), halloween makeup running down your little vampire’s face (eeeeek!), and Olaff never stood a chance in South Carolina heat and with a solid chance of rain/storms on Halloween Night, Thursday… Parents all over the midlands are mulling up the idea of traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating as too scary of a thought and searching for Plan B. Plan B being a dry, indoor area to rack up on a year’s worth of candy. I’ve put together a list below of a few venues where you can stay dry and your super heroes can fly!:
EdVenture Children’s Museum:
Located in the heart of Cola, EdVenture Children’s Museum is hosting a family fall festival featuring music, games, and indoor trick-or-treating. The tickets are $5 for adults and kids are free. There are rules and stipulations so be sure to check their website for all information!
Calvary Chapel of Lexington:
Calvary Chapel is hosting their Fall Festival from 6:30-8:30 pm on Halloween Night! The festival will be held under a pavilion to keep dry! The event will host mini golf, a bounce house, games, hot dogs and of course, candy! Check their Facebook Event Page for updates and details!
Red Bank Baptist Church:
Red Bank Baptist Church in Lexington will be hosting their Fall Festival Halloween evening from 6-8 pm. The event will include a bounce house, games, candy and food. It will be indoors if rain/storms are an issue. Check their Facebook Event Page for all the details!
Fingers crossed though for permitting weather without lightening! If you’re not going as the Wicked Witch of The West (I’m melting, I’m melting!), I think you’ll be a-ok on not completely wiltering! Here’s a Viral Video of a neighborhood who had the right idea on a rainy, Halloween Night! Stay safe & Dry, Soda City!! 🍭☔🍬