A Spooktacular Extravaganza Halloween Fun Event
for Families and Pets
Come join us on Halloween for some fun activities during the Last Friday Art Walk on W. Broadway in downtown Maryville. This is a new event that replaces the annual event that has been held at the Everett Rec Center. Activities will include trick or treating at downtown businesses, a pet costume contest, a pumpkin carving contest, a magic show, and much more. More detailed information below.
||Friday, October 30
||Downtown Maryville (W. Broadway Avenue)
||6:00-8:30 PM for most activities (with scheduled times for certain activities)
||Free for trick or treating, magic show, and contest viewings
Other Charges: $5.00 per pumpkin entry, $5.00 for pet contest entry
Zombie Survival House at Clear’s Silat, Street Kung Fu, & Tai Chi
Clear's Silat, Street Kung Fu, & Tai Chi is hosting a Zombie Survival House during the Oct. 30th Spooktacular Extravaganza Halloween Event. As part of the trick-or-treating downtown on Broadway, the martial arts studio is opening its doors to Trick-or-Treaters at 113 E. Broadway Ave in downtown Maryville.
Kids can win candy as they learn martial arts skills at six different zombie themed stations at the Zombie Survival House. Kids will ‘Escape the Zombies Grab,’ ‘Run from Zombies,’ ‘Whack the Zombie,’ ‘Strike the Zombie & Get Away,’ ‘Kick the Zombie,’ and ‘Spin the Prize Wheel.’ Children will break boards, go through obstacles, hit ‘zombie’ piñatas, and escape martial artists.
Photo station available where parents can get their children’s pictures taken in costume. Free costume quick-portrait images provided by local filmmaker & photographer Keith Driver. Parents can order paid prints from Keith after the Zombie Survival House.
Everyone who attends the Zombie Survival House can enter to win 3 months of free martial arts classes – regardless of age. Current students not eligible to win. Winner will be selected in class the following Monday.
Van Metre School of Dance
The Advanced Jazz Class will be performing Halloween dances AND dancers from Appalachian Ballet Company's Nutcracker will be handing out candy. Public can come in and view the dances at the following times: 5:45, 6:15, 6:45, 7 PM.