With pumpkins and changing leaves comes even more exciting times in our offices! Halloween is a favorite holiday among our staff and we wanted to celebrate it big this year!
Every week in our offices we will be giving away a family pack of tickets to various attractions around Utah! Cornbelly’s, Lagoon Frightmares, the Aquarium, and Thanksgiving Point.
Bring your superhero in dressed up in their Halloween costume for their dental appointment and they are entered into the drawing for a chance to win the prizes.
We know that Halloween and Fall are very different this year, so we want to so something that helps you celebrate this holiday with your kids.
Looking for more Halloween activities in Utah? We have compiled a list of a few unique activities around, check them out!
Head over to the Salt Lake City Fairpark to see hundreds of carved pumpkins lit up with unique and creative carvings. They also host and offer many other halloweem and Fall activities making this the perfect family night outing. Make sure to reserve your tickets now because they go fast.
Little Haunts-This Is The Place
“It’s not scary at the Park during the day, so put on your costumes and come to the Village for a family-friendly Halloween celebration!
Visit the Story Telling Witch, go trick-or-treating, get up-close-and-personal with creepy crawlies at Creature Encounters, and enjoy all of the Park’s daily activities like train rides, the petting coral, pony rides, take-home crafts, and so much more. Make it part of your family’s Halloween tradition.”
Heber Valley Pumpkin Train
Hop on the train for a fun ride to see Deer Creek in all it’s fall glory! They offer a fun and interactive experience for the kids including a pumpkin at the end of the ride. What a fun family activity!
Get your kids together and check out this FREE Halloween activity! Stroll around Gardner Village and see all of the witchy guests that have stopped by for October. Be sure to print out a scavenger hunt list from the website and join in on all of the fun offered this Halloween season.
Another FREE and possibly the easiest fall activity is to drive around to see the fun and spooky halloween light displays. Decorating the outside of your house with lights and blow-up scenes is not just for Christmas. Grab some hot chocolate, pack the kids in the car, and drive around neighborhoods seeing everyone’s creativity. Here are two listst that we found with different locations with eerily good displays!
We hope everyone has a great Halloween season. Share with us your favorite seasonal traditions and must-see spots during October. Don’t forget to wear your costume to your appointment if you are coming to see us this month.
Happy Spooky Season!
p.s. Here are just a couple of our cute patients who have already came in to visit us!