Alamosa is the hub of the Mystic San Luis Valley, so it's really no wonder that it is a great place to spend your Halloween. Here's your handy guide, filled with all the information you need to make sure your Halloween in Alamosa is unforgetable! Happy Halloween!
Halloween Skate Night
Alamosa Multi-Use Pavilion/Ice Rink
October 31 6pm-9pm
Help kick off ice season at the Alamosa Ice Rink! Don your Halloween costume and join the “coolest” celebration in town! Regular rental and Ice Pass rates apply.
Halloween Bash at the Brew Pub
October 31 10pm-1am
If you want to make delicious local beer a part of your Halloween plans, look no further than the San Luis Valley Brewing Co. They will have live music by Sam Pace and the Gilded Grit. The band is staple in the Austin music scene and they are famous for their relentless 50-city U.S. Tours- the band has an old school work ethic with the chops to match. Plus, you can expect spooktacular Halloween drink specials all night! Both costumes and dancing are encouraged but optional.
Lou Dog & Friends Costume Party
October 31 7pm-10pm
Make your dog a part of this year’s Halloween celebration! Get your furry friend in their best costume and visit Lou Dog at Square Peg Brewerks. There will be prizes for the best pet costume and Lou Dog Lager will be on tap for their pet parents to enjoy!
The Haunted Manor
701 San Juan
October 26, 27 & 31 5pm-11pm
If you’re in the mood for a good scare, then The Haunted Manor is the place to be! As the night goes on, The Haunted Manor will turn up the fright. From 5pm to 7pm, you can expect a kid-friendly atmosphere with the lights on, treats and mild scares. From 7pm to 9pm, it will be a little scarier, then from 9pm to 11pm, things really get scary (adult diapers are available!). This haunted house is $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. You can find it behind the Green Spot in the old Valley Moving & Storage Building.
Asylum ASU Nursing Department
Richardson Hall, Adams State University
October 31 6pm-11pm
Asylum, a haunted house put on by ASU’s Nursing Department another great option if you’re looking for a good scare this Halloween. Admission is $5, but you can get $1 off with a donation of a canned food item or winter coat.
CASA Presents Dia de Los Muertos
Nielsen Library, Adams State University
November 2 5:30pm
It’s time to truly immerse youself in the Dia de Los Muertos traditions, with a Catrina & Calavera contest, food, mariachi, dance performance and traditional altar display at Alamosa’s local University.
CASA House (101 Faculty Dr.), Adams State University
November 3 9:30am
Looking to work off some of your Halloween treats? Why not participate in CASA’s Dia de Los Muertos Fun Run? There’s a 2K for kids and a 5K for adults. This is a run in remembrance of your loved ones, so bring a photo to place at the altar. Registration begins at 9:30 am, and it is $15 for kids and $20 for adults.
Story Slam! Halloween Edition
Narrow Gauge Book Cooperative
October 27 7pm-9pm
If you want to hear some scary stories, or have some of your own to share, check out the Narrow Gauge Book Cooperative’s Halloween-themed Story Slam! Story tellers drop their name in a hat and are chosen at random to share. Participant s have 5 minutes to share their best (TRUE) stories related to the theme.
Trick or Treat with San Luis Valley Health
October 31 4pm-6pm
Stuart Avenue Clinic (2115 Stuart Ave.)
Come visit the Orthopedic’s Offices and see their Halloween decorated rooms!