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What to Do This Halloween

Pre-Halloween weekend may actually be more fun than Halloween.

Carve those pumpkins  🎃and open those giant bags of candy 🍬 — Halloween has arrived! But you've spent so much time perfecting your costume that you've completely forgotten to find the best place to celebrate the holiday. 

Don't worry; we've got you covered. 

Whether you plan on going out this weekend for some pre-Halloween festivities or you're waiting to dance the night away on All Hallows' Eve, the local places below have the best events to celebrate the holiday this year. 

Friday, Oct. 26

Pre-Halloween Spook-tacular Party
at Jack of the Wood

One of Asheville's local haunts is having their pre-Halloween party with Asheville-based band Modern Strangers. Their high-energy, toe-tapping and accessible rock music is sure to start your Halloween weekend off right. Cover is only $5.
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Saturday, Oct. 27

Photo Credit: Stephan Pruitt Photography
Urban Orchard Triple Threat Throwdown
at Urban Orchard South Slope

Celebrate 5 years in operation for Urban Orchard Company, the grand opening of Urban Orchard South Slope and their annual Halloween celebration this Saturday at their new location.
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Sunday, Oct. 28

Halloween Origami Workshop
at WAKUWAKU Eatery

Make your own scary paper origami creations at WAKUWAKU Eatery — an authentic Japanese restaurant serving up delicious comfort food daily. 
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Wednesday, Oct. 31 🎃

2nd Annual Hill-O-Ween Bash
at Hillman Beer

Have some fang-tastic fun at Hillman Beer on Halloween night. Eat, drink and be scary enough for your chance to win first place in their Halloween costume contest. Feel free to bring your furry friend — the best pet costume also wins a prize!
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