By Eugene Magazine

It’s Halloween weekend! There are plenty of ways to celebrate, costumed or not. The rest of the weekend, enjoy other events going on around town.

Where to celebrate Halloween:

Colonial Harvest Days and Corn Maze | Ends Thursday | 10 am | Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm, 36777 Wheeler Rd., Pleasant Hill | $7.50-$35 |

Trick or Treating at Springfield City Hall | Thursday | 3:30 pm | Springfield City Hall, 225 5th St., Springfield |

Halloween Celebration | Thursday | 5 pm | Bob Keefer Center for Sports and Recreation, 250 S 32ndSt., Springfield | $3 |

Halloween Costume Party| Thursday | 6 pm | Venue 252, 252 Lawrence St. | $10 |

Scare-CROW “Freak Show” Haunted Maze | Thursday | 6 pm | CROW Center for the Performing Arts, 3120 Hwy. 101, Florence | $6 |

Harvest Time at Camp Harlow | Thursday | 6 pm | Camp Harlow, 3850 County Farm Rd. | Free |

The Haunted Market | Thursday | 6 pm | 5thStreet Market, 296 E 5thAve. | Free |

Strangest Things Haunted Farm | Thursday | 7:30 pm | Johnson Farm, 89733 Armitage Rd. | $18 | Free |

WildCraft Halloween Celebration | Thursday | 8 pm | WildCraft Cider Works, 232 Lincoln St. | $10-$12 | 21+ |

Flamingoween at Sessions Music Hall | Thursday | 9 pm | Sessions Music Hall, 44 E 7th Ave. | $10 |

Break Out of Time Escape Rooms | Thursday and Friday | 2 pm | Shelton McMurphey Johnson House, 303 Willamette St. | $8-$12 |

Nova Health Grand Opening

Nova Health is celebrating the grand opening of its rebranding from Eugene Urgent Care with 100 free flu shots on Thursday. Stop by for a clinic tour and to learn more about the services they offer.

Thursday | 10 am | Nova Urgent Care – Thurston, 5781 Main St., Springfield | Free |

Artist Talk: Fernando Angel Soto Vidal

Maude Kerns is hosting an artist talk with photographer Fernando Angel Soto Vidal on Thursday, complementing his eight pieces in their current Dia de los Muertos exhibit. He will speak on “Day of the Dead: Expressions of Popular Culture in Morelos, Mexico, especially in Coatetelco.”

Thursday | 12 pm | Maude Kerns Art Center, 1910 E 15th Ave. |

ArtChics Art Sale and Benefit

The ArtChics are hosting their 15th annual Art Sale to benefit the OSLP Arts and Culture Program. Join them as they sell handmade products such as jewelry, paintings, mixed media pieces, art dolls, felt creations, greeting cards, ceramics, and more.

Friday, 4 pm; Saturday, 11 am | The Lincoln Gallery, 309 W 4th Ave., #100 | Free admission |

First Friday ArtWalk

Toni Pimble, artistic director of Eugene Ballet, will be hosting this month’s First Friday ArtWalk, which will start with a Dia de los Muertos Calaveras exhibit at Sparrow Studios. The guided tour will then continue to a showing of wreaths at Passionflower Design, works by Matt Dey at InEugene Real Estate, and this year’s “Small Works Show” at Oregon Art Supply.

Friday | 5:30 pm | Starting at Sparrow Studios, 136 E Broadway | Free |

The Octet: Jazz Concert

As part of the First Friday activities, the Eugene Public Library is hosting a performance by eight of Eugene’s finest jazz musicians, who will be playing favorites from the Great American Songbook.

Friday | 6 pm | Eugene Public Library, 100 W 10th Ave. | Free |

Indie Game Con

The Indie Game Con brings together creator-owned games and mainstream audiences to promote independently made games. There will be dozens of games by local creators, an artist alley, vendor booths, workshops, and panels.

Saturday and Sunday | 10 am | Lane Events Center, 796 W 13th Ave. | $6-$25 |

Eugene Symphony: Star Wars

The Eugene Symphony is performing the second chapter of the Star Wars saga live as The Empire Strikes Back plays in the background. Norman Huynh will conduct.

Saturday | 7 pm | Hult Center, 1 Eugene Center | $68-$107.75 |

Glow Variety Show 2019: A benefit event for the Trauma Healing Project

The Glow Variety Show combines multicultural music, dance, and acrobatics, curated and choreographed by Anna Miller, Glow’s Artistic Director. All proceeds will help the Trauma Healing Project, which provides low/no coast healing services to local survivors of violence, abuse, and other trauma.

Saturday | 7 pm | Hult Center, 1 Eugene Center | $28-$31.75 |

Choose Kindness Celebration

The Shedd is hosting the Choose Kindness Celebration, an event for FOOD for Lane County. There will be presentations by Tom Tait—former Mayor of Anaheim, California, and leader of the Cities of Kindness Movement—and Lucy Vinis, Eugene Major, as well as breakout sessions.

Sunday | 2 pm | The Shedd, 868 High St. | Free |

Next week: Techstars Startup Weekend Eugene

Local entrepreneurs will participate in a weekend dedicated to transforming their startup ideas into full-fledged companies. Friday will see the participants pitching their new product or business ideas. Attendees will then vote and join the top-voted team of their choice. Teams will then receive coaching and mentoring, with full presentations at the end of the weekend.

November 8-10 | All day | The Barrow, 120 Shelton McMurphey Blvd. | $95 to participate, $15 to attend presentations |