Not sure what to do this weekend? There is a LOT going on in town, so be sure to check out our picks for local events, and head over to our Events Calendar for a complete list.
- This weekend is the last opportunity to check out the Haunted Corn Field at . It's open from dark until 10 p.m., and all ages are $18, although it is not recommended for small children. Enter if you dare!
- If you want the full Hallowen package, look no further than Salem. Check out the Halloween 2011 Page on Salem Patch to find out about the events and happenings this weekend.
- Psycho, a flick from 1960, starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh and Vera Miles, will be shown at the . The free showing begins at 2 p.m.
- At 1 p.m. on Sunday, the in Peabody is hosting the fourth annual Fair Trade Bazaar, featuring over 20 of North Shore's vendors of local food, arts and crafts, as well as fairly-traded merchandise from around the world.
- On Sunday October 4, the is inviting all to hear creative tellings of the spookiest stories from the Bible and listen to the music that celebrates the mysterious side of our life with God. The music will be led by Magnificat Boston, a diocesan-wide choir under the direction of Grace Church’s Mark Engelhardt. All are invited to come in costume, and the service will end with a blessing for trick-or-treaters, wishing them a safe and fun Halloween night.