Looking for as many Halloween food freebies as you can find? I found a few listed on Freestufftimes.com. It’s not comprehensive, and a few of the places are not in our market, but you’ll easily pick out a couple, like Taco Bell and Jersey Mike’s. Most require some sort of Halloween costume, either for kids or adults. But all promise free — if not healthy — food for a little effort. Here’s the list.
Atlanta on the Cheap has pulled together a huge list of Halloween activities and deals as well. You’ll want to take a look at this: Deals on Atlanta on the Cheap.
Here’s another one that just landed in my inbox: EVOS has a Halloween special as well. Children in costume receive a free kid’s meal; adults in costume receive a free organic shake.
Lawrenceville Ghost Tours
There are dozens of free passes for Lawrenceville Ghost Tours remaining on Haloffdepot.com. The trolley tour is described on the site: The Lawrenceville Ghost Trolley offers new stories, like the Lawrenceville Female Seminary where the ghosts of school girls still run up and down the stairs. We will take you by the train depot where a robbery went terribly wrong with deadly consequences and even the Historic Lawrenceville Cemetery regarded as a haunted hot spot by nationally known paranormal investigators.
The Web site, Halfoffdepot.com, also has 50 percent off certificates to one of Atlanta’s most noted restaurants, Sotto Sotto. The $25 certificates are good for $50 worth of purchases at the restaurant.
Free Halloween events
For a host of free Halloween events and activities around town, visit the Inside Access blog. Jamie Gumbrecht highlights many of the weekend happenings, plenty of which are free.
Art a’ la Carte: Create your own membership package
The blog highlights a special offer for those who enjoy arts and cultural activities around town. The cost of paying for memberships local attractions can be expensive. This provides you a way to build your own membership package, selecting the family events you are most interested in. Here are the details highlighted in the Inside Access blog:
First spotted on ArtsCriticAtl.com: a new partnership among Atlanta arts organizations lets audiences create their own subscription from a mix of family performances. With this program, families can get a lower-cost look at different organization’s offerings without singing up for a membership.
Use Art à la Carte to choose at least three family performances by Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Ballet, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra or the Center for Puppetry Arts. You’ll pay for tickets all at once, but receive a discount of to 20 to 25 percent. You’ll also get admission discount coupons for the Atlanta Botanical Garden, High Museum of Art and Zoo Atlanta. Tickets must be purchased at least two weeks in advance. Here are details on all participating arts and culture organizations and their upcoming performances.