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Posted at 5:34 PM, Oct 18, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-18 19:34:37-04

BILLINGS — The Nile Rodeo Oct. 12-19

Strap on your boots and grab your hats, get ready for the Nile Rodeo this October. Grab your closest friends and family and enjoy a night full of Rodeo Queens and the littlest mutton busters.

Pumpkin Patch at T&C farms

Go grab locally grown and produced pumpkins to carve and liven up your doorway for the trick-or-treaters this Halloween.

Haunted Moss Mansion Oct. 18, 19, 25, 26, and 31

From 6:30 to 10 p.m. on select days, you can uncover the mysteries that lie inside the mansion’s walls. Can you make it through the maze without getting spooked? Tickets are $10 from the maze and $18 for the theater.

Arts and crafts at the Billings Public Library Oct. 18

Halloween crafts for the kiddos full of creepy critters and more Friday night at the Billings Public Library.

Haunted Hallows Oct. 25, 26, & 30

Head down to Two Moon Park with Billings Jaycees and take a walk through their Haunted Hallows. The one mile walk contains scary Halloween characters at every corner. If you’re easily spooked, this one might be best with a friend or two!

Rocky Mountain College football

The Battlin’ Bears play the Carroll College Saints Oct. 26 at Herb Klindt Field at 1 p.m. Make sure to grab all your pink gear as the theme is Paint the Bowl Pink!

Boo at the Zoo Oct. 26

This event is perfect for those who may be easily frightened! ZooMontana ensures that this event is merry, not scary. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the grounds will be filled with vendors, fun activities, candy, and entertainment for all.

Hall-O-Ween at MSUB Oct .29

Get a head start on trick-or-treating this October with Montana State University Billings residence hall students in Petro Hall! Plus, a fun-filled carnival downstairs in the SUB Glacier Room after the kiddos have collected their candy. The fun starts at 5:30 p.m and continues until 7:30 p.m and is free for all!

The Maize at Grandpa’s Farm

Pumpkins, corn stalks, and straw bales galore! The pumpkin patch and maize is open September 2nd through November 1st. The Haunted Maze is Friday and Saturday nights only.

Apocalyptic Paintball at Grandpa’s Farm

Save the maize from zombies at the new shooting gallery at Grandpa’s Farm! Make sure to check the hours of operation at

Yellowstone Art Museum Ghost Tours Oct. 24 and Oct. 31

Enter if you dare and experience the history of the past Yellowstone County Jail. The haunted halls have stories to tell, are you ready to listen? Make reservations at (406) 256-6804.

Trick-or-Treat Downtown Billings 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 31

The Billings Downtown Alliance is hosting a free community wide events for kids of all ages to come on down an have a safe Halloween. Keep checking the Downtown Billings page for updates on what businesses are participating and a full map to take with you.

Downtown Day of the Dogs: Howl-O-Ween Oct. 26 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Trick-or-Treating isn’t just for kids. The Downtown Billings Alliance wants you to bring your four legged and wet-nosed family downtown for some dog-friendly treats at participating locations. Start the fun at the DBA Office, located at 116 N. 29th St suite A, for a guide to all participating locations. Plus, get a free goody bag for your pup! For more information, click here.