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What to BOO & SCARE Downtown This Week! 10/24/13

What to BOO & SCARE Downtown this Week!

What to Boo & Scare Downtown This Week!
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Parking is always FREE on Sundays in downtown! 
Franklin St Haunted House 
TONIGHT - Thursday, October 24 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Located at the ATO House at 303 East Franklin Street. Includes 2 age appropriate paths: SPOOKY for ages 5 & Up or 
TERRIFYING for the brave-hearted.
Zogtoberfest at Zog's 
Events every night in October. Live music, parties, potlucks, beer tastings, crafing, spooky movies, and more!

La Residence Restaurant hosts Afternoon Delight Tea with  The Blakemere Company October 10 & 24 and November 7 & 21 from 3:00-4:30 PM. Reservations Preferred. 
Late Night with Roy!
Don't miss your first chance to see the 2013-14 University of North Carolina men's and women's basketball teams at Late Night with Roy 2013, Friday, October 25 at the Dean E. Smith Center. Featuring the Blue/White scrimmage. Free. Doors open at 4 pm and the event will kick off with the volleyball match versus Maryland at 5 pm. The basketball portion of the evening will follow volleyball at approximately 7 pm.  
Yoga to Music 
Monday, October 28 at 7 pm at Nightlight Club. Candlelit vinyasa style yoga class led by Lauren Ford with live score by Jeremy Harris. $5-$10 suggested donation. Free trivia after!
It's scary NOT to be a Tar Heel t-shirt is a Johnny T-shirt Halloween  favorite on Franklin Street every year!
Electric Monster Mash-Up 
Make The Standard Restaurant your Halloween destination on Thursday, October 31 at 9 pm. Featuring Hazflo. Drink specials too!  
Thrill City Opening a Store!
On Saturday, October 26 Thrill City will launch the new fall collection from 8 pm to 10 pm at 1789 Incubator (173 1/2 East Franklin Street, above Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe) with live DJ and free food from Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe. OPEN AT MIDNIGHT: Then stop by 422A West Franklin Street to shop at Thrill City's new store! Thrill City is a Chapel Hill-based streetwear brand and online pop-culture magazine. For more information, check out 
Bonjour Bourdeaux! 
Try a touch of crimson for a look that says you know fall! From designers Amanda Uprichard, Minnie Rose, 27 Miles, 7 For All Mankind, and more. Uniquities is ready to help you fall in to gorgeous style! New styles everyday so make sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram.   
Halloween Movie & Show 
Thursday, October 31 at Chapel Hill Underground: Depeche Mode and weezer cover bands, The Purchase with Eddie Sanchez the Manchez, and After Midnight covering the songs of "Trick or Treat". Complete with a showing of "Trick or Treat" at 8 pm on the big screen, bands to start after. $5 suggested donations.  
Halloween Celebration Information
Have Fun! Be safe! That's the message of Homegrown Halloween this year. A shared effort among the Town, University and downtown businesses, Homegrown Halloween aims to keep Halloween on Franklin Street a community gathering with enjoyable and safer crowd sizes. Enjoy the celebration, but please take care of each other! 

Light saber wars on Franklin Street are the best! For a list of Halloween events and celebration information visit 
 What Will You Be For Halloween?  

In Chapel Hill this question has no age limit! Don't know what to be yet?

Graham Street Costume Party
A free all ages event, 21+ up to drink, on Friday, October 25 at 8 pm. Al's Burger Shack will be grilling up amazing burgers, Beer Study will have an outdoor bar setup, Syd's will be ready to do funky Halloween hair, and Rumors will be bringing the music and clothes!DJ Billy Rave Cyrus and friends will be spinning everything from electro funk to spooky dance tunes to get you dancing. Prizes for best AND worst costumes!  /  /   /  
Fitzgerald's FranklinSTEIN Party
Saturday, October 26 at 10 pm enjoy drink specials and a costume contest. Prizes for most creative, best group, and more. DJ inside and outside. 

Spooky treats at Sugarland! 
Go Heels! Football Game Day Info
Carolina takes on Boston College on Saturday, October 26 at 3:30 pm in Kenan Stadium! Football game days bring excitement and UNC Football Game activity to downtown that everyone enjoys. Buy tickets to the game. Enjoy dining downtown before or after the game. Stop by one of downtown's bustling UNC fan gear shops that sell all things UNC-themed! Take the Tar Heel Express downtown and to the game!  
Voices From the Grave Tour
Explore Chapel Hill history and learn about the lives of those who once were here during The Preservation Society of Chapel Hill's Voices from the Grave. Tour the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery by candlelight and be visited by spirits from beyond the grave. The Voices from
the Grave tours are 7 pm - 10 pm on October 25 and 26. Flashlight and walking shoes recommended. Tickets are $15 per person. Reservations are required. Call (919) 942-7818. 
Scare-olina Skies at Planetarium
Explore the dark legends behind the constellations in this Halloween version of the "Carolina Skies" on Saturday, October 26 and Wednesday, October 30 both at 8 pm. Appropriate for adults and older teens. A milder family version of the show on Saturday, October 26 at 2:30 pm and Sunday, October 27 at 3:30 pm. Regular ticket prices apply for both versions.  
What will you be for Halloween this year? Downtown shops offer plenty of costume ideas and accessories!
Kidzu Booseum Halloween Bash
Thursday, October 31, All Day: Grab a costume and bring the family to Kidzu for Halloween fun with Halloween themed games, activities, and crafts! Not-so-scary stories at 10:30am. Monster of a Dance Party 3:00-5:00pm. Go on a skeleton scavenger hunt, dance like a monster, play in our spooky Mill House Kitchen and more.  
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The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership works to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual center of Chapel Hill through economic development. Contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or