Don’t Miss Out on These Jacksonville Halloween Events
It’s now or never to attend 2022’s last Jacksonville Halloween events!
Since we are beginning the last full week of October, it’s time to take advantage of the “boo”-tiful opportunities Jacksonville offers to network within the community. From shopping to parades to supporting local business, it’s the best of the living and dead worlds.
Tomato Vintage has compiled a list so you have the insider information in one spot. Let us know on Instagram if you attend these Jacksonville Halloween events. Know of one that needs to be mentioned? We’re all ears.
Cummer Museum’s Creepin’ It Real, A Halloween Tour
On Friday October 28, Cummer Museum is making art spooktacular from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.!
The experience is a scavenger hunt throughout the museum. The ghost of Ninah Cummer gives you the clues herself! As participants begin the hunt, they will encounter staff dressed pieces of artwork.
What more could you want on Halloween? Oh! Maybe the fact that the staff delivers spine-chilling secrets and free trunk-or-treat prizes throughout the hunt.
Admission is free and sign up is upon arrival. Don’t forget, space is limited.
Halloween at Park and King
Visit the corner of Park and King St in “The heart of Riverdale” on Monday October 31 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Costume contest? Check.
Free games? Check.
Free treats? Check
Fun for the family? Check!
We might be biased, but the best part of this event is this cute retro and vintage inspired boutique called Tomato Vintage. Maybe you’ve heard of it?
Riverside Arts Market
You never know what you’re going to find at the Riverside Arts Market. Talk about keeping you on the edge of your seat! This event is an arts and farmers market occurring on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
From 1974, various local vendors host booths to sell their products which visitors can pursue and purchase. Consumers can buy merchandise such as art, jewelry, candles, plants, bath and body products, and locally grown produce.
Just look for the 3,000 or more people in attendance under the Fuller Warren Bridge.
The Vagabond Flea Market
Local coffee shop roastery and retail business Vagabond Coffee hosts a monthly flea market on the weekend. This curated market focuses on a variety of crafts and collections from local makers in the Northeast region of Florida.
Coffee, crafts, and creativity, sounds like a place we’d like to visit. Oh, wait! We’re a vendor! Next time you visit the Vagabond Flea Market, visit the Tomato Vintage booth.
Take advantage of these local Jacksonville Halloween events this week, otherwise you’ll have to wait until next year.
For more tricks, treats, and insight into the community, read our blog at TomatoVintage.com.