According to my trusty countdown clock, Halloween is just 18 days away as of today (October 12th.) Why do I have a countdown clock to Halloween? Well, to be honest, it's actually a countdown clock to the last day of camping season, which just happens to be October 31st. For that I am truly sad. Not for having the clock,  for camping season ending. Just clarifying that fact, thank you.

Anyway, with 2020 throwing curve balls at us everyday with events and activities being cancelled left and right, I thought I'd look into what type of events are still on for the Halloween season as of right now at some of our local museums. Check the websites of these venues for any updates or cancellations.

According the the Roberson Museum and Science Center website, they have a few events scheduled including Witch-Crafts on October 17th and 24th. This event features fun crafts for kids and parents. The museum also is featuring 'How to Speak with the Dead: History of Spiritualism' on Thursday October 29th. And on Saturday October 31st, it's Roberson's 'Family Halloween Spooktacular', with all sorts of fun Halloween activities at 30 Front Street, Binghamton.

The Phelps Mansion, 191 Court Street, Binghamton, is offering a a live streaming event called 'Music of Mourning and Remembrance in the 19th Century' on October 17th. For more information, visit the Phelps Mansion website.

The Bundy Museum at 127-129 Main Street Binghamton is presenting 'Phantom Visions Paranormal Virtual Ghost Tours' on October 16th. Check out the Bundy Museum website for further details.

The Discovery Center, 60 Morgan Road, Binghamton, is offering a Trick or Trivia fundraiser on October 23rd and Drive-Thru Trick or Treating on October 31st. Take a look at the Discovery Center website for all the details.

via Roberson Museum And Science Center, Phelps Mansion, Bundy Museum, The Discovery Center

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