NORTH ADAMS -- Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ DownStreet Art celebrates the final night of the season with "Fright Night" on Thursday, Oct. 31.
"As always it is on the last Thursday of the month, and as always there will be exhibition openings up and down Main Street and performances throughout downtown North Adams," said Jonathan Secor, director of special programs at MCLA. "Having this day fall on Halloween was just too much fun to ignore. There will be haunted trolley rides, adult trick-or-treating, the largest pumpkin carving event the City has seen, a zombie pub crawl, haunted photo booths, face painting, puppets roaming the streets and firewalkers," he said.
As part of the "Halloween Concert: Music Macabre" taking place at 8 p.m., starting at 5 p.m. the Branch Gallery at 18 Holden St. will host haunted photo booths, face painting and trick or treat stations.
The evening will be capped off with performances by the Dust Bowl Faeries and the "dream pop" band Shana Falana.