Longhorn Halloween

Longhorn Halloween

Longhorn Halloween

Sunday, November 2, 2014
2 - 5 p.m.
Frank Erwin Center
The University of Texas at Austin

Longhorn Halloween is a safe and fun-filled Halloween program for the children of UT staff, faculty and students. Admission is FREE.

Sponsored by the Office of the President, Longhorn Halloween is a collaborative activity. Members of the university community provide valuable support by donating candy and treats for distribution at the event. Booths and programs are created and staffed by student groups, staff associations and other organizations from across the campus. Hundreds of volunteers help make everything run smoothly.

This exciting event features games, carnival events, a haunted house, face painting, fortune telling, fire safety programs (complete with a REAL fire truck) and much, much more. There are performances by various UT performing groups, including the booming fun created by Dr. David Laude in the Chemistry Circus.

Plan your costumes and join colleagues from across the campus at the Erwin Center on November 2nd for an afternoon of family fun at Longhorn Halloween.

Please note that wristbands will be available for children to help them (and event staff) with finding lost parents. Event staff will assist with attaching the wristbands.