On Monday, Oct. 31, celebrate the City of Mission’s Halloween Mysteries at the Boo!seum hosted by the Mission Historical Museum (MHM) from 6 to 9 p.m.
The family festival features a line-up of kid’s ghostly games and prizes, refreshments, cake walk, lots of candy, a jailhouse Haunted House, activity booths, moon jumps and a Halloween photo area. Everyone is encouraged to wear a costume.
Admission is free to the event. MHM is located at 900 Doherty.
Local clubs, businesses, organizations and Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce members are invited have a free booth to promote their services. Families will be trick-or-treating at the booths.
The only “fee” is for vendors to have enough Halloween candy to last through the night and to stay throughout the event. They are also encouraged to wear costumes and decorate their booths. Vendors may bring signs or banners and pass out information flyers about their services.
Set-up is 5 p.m., and a five-foot table and two chairs will be provided for all who reserve a spot and sign up by calling Linda Castañeda at 956-580-8646.