Let the kids get extra milege out of their costumes in daily parades along garden trails decorated with more than 500 hand-carved pumpkin sculptures. Along the way, they can play in the Pumpkin House, stage a puppet show, embark on scavenger hunts and dig for worms. On weekends, catch creepy-crawler meet-and-greets (with frogs, snakes and spiders) and Halloween readings. Spooky Nighttime Adventures (Oct 18, 24, 25, 31 from 6:30 to 8:30pm) dare after-hours visitors to brave the Trick-or-Treat Trail by flashlight for gourd-decorating, ghost stories and photo ops with costumed characters. Kids can also check out the Gone Batty! Live Bat Encounter program during Columbus Day Weekend (Oct 11, 12, 13 at 1 and 3pm) or Giant Pumpkin Carving Weekend (Oct 18 and 19), which includes demos by master Food Network carver, Ray Villafane. See the website for the full schedule. All ages.