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South Bend Fall Fun


Man and woman scarecrows are hand-made with pumpkins for heads.

As Halloween approaches, there are lots of fun fall events going on in and around South Bend.  Below is just a sampling of what's going on in South Bend in the coming weeks.  We will also be posting about the events going on around Fort Wayne, so make sure to check back soon!



New Life Assembly Trunk-or-Treat

New Life Assembly of God
17106 Cleveland Rd, South Bend, IN
4:00 - 6:00 pm

A Fun and Safe Trick-or-Treat Experience. Come dressed in your favorite costume and walk the trail of cars to gather treats and prizes. Plus a few surprises: Bounce Houses, Free Food & Drinks, Popcorn and Cotton Candy. NO Cost, everyone is invited. For more information, call 574-272-0384 or visit



Treat Night

South Bend Police Department Garage
701 W. Sample Street, South Bend, IN

5:00 - 7:30 pm

The South Bend Police Department, along with the South Bend Fire Department and Crime Stoppers, is hosting Treat Night. Children will receive trick or treat candy and will have an opportunity to learn Halloween safety information and participate in a smoke house to learn fire safety tips.



Wellbrooke Trunk-or-Treat

Wellbrooke of South Bend
52565 St Rd 933, South Bend, IN 46337
5:00 - 6:30 pm

Bring your kids (up until the age of 12) out for a safe trick-or-treating event. Go trunk to trunk collecting treats and stop inside to enjoy a cup of cider. For more information call, Heather or Emily at 574-247-7044.

Trunk or Treat at the Studebaker National Museum

Studebaker National Museum's archive building parking lot
5:00 - 6:30 pm

Trunk-or-treating for children ages 3-10.



Trunk or Treat Community Event

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
51900 Mayflower Road, South Bend, IN 46628
5:00 - 7:00 pm

Annual Trunk or Treat Event. Train rides from 5:30pm to 6:30pm, Haunted Maze, corn hole, pumpkin bowling, and much more! Food provided for everyone. NO COST for this event. Come join the fun. For more information, contact Todd Lotridge at 574-339-4302.

Mystery at the Mansion: Marauder in Masquerade

The History Museum
808 W. Washington St., South Bend, IN 46601
First tour begins at 5:15 p.m.

The year is 1928, and the “Who’s Who” of South Bend have gathered at the Oliver Mansion for a night of masquerade and adventure. Catherine Oliver is hosting a costume party, and guests are dressed as the Phantom of the Opera, Knute Rockne, the Keystone Cops, and other 1920s’ characters. Everyone’s talking about the robbery that has just occurred and the two-fingered bandit who made off with the loot. What the guests don’t know is that the marauder is among them! This popular mystery needs all your investigative skills to track down whodunit. Tickets are limited and reservations are strongly recommended. Purchase online at or by calling 235-9664. $15/adults; $13/seniors; $11/members; $9/youth. For more information, contact Marilyn Thompson at 574-235-9664 or



A 'Frozen' Halloween 

Evangelical Covenant Church
3025 E Edison Rd, South Bend, IN 46615
4:30 - 7:00 pm

Join us for a 'Frozen' Halloween! Come meet Anna and Elsa in person and get your picture taken. Enjoy free hot cocoa and candy in our winter wonderland. Sit and watch the movie 'Frozen' on our screen outside, and warm up by our fire pit. A FREE family event! For more information, contact Amanda Wallace at 574-234-5619 or visit

City of South Bend Trick-or-Treating

5:00 - 7:00 pm

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