You can get into the Halloween spirit by heading to the Krasl Art Center tomorrow, October 8th for their annual Flick or Treat event! From 11 am to 12:30 pm, join the center for Family Day and paint your own pumpkin, and help Krasl decorate their grounds for the evening’s film screening, where 10 silent films will be projected alongside live piano accompaniment from Dr. Larry Shanker! You’ll want to bring your blankets, chairs, and friends early to enjoy warm beverages and set up your spot. The silent films will begin showing at 7:30 pm and include classics such as The Haunted House with Buster Keaton, The Magic Mummy, and more! This event is the perfect way to start the spooky season with family friendly fun so be sure to come out and attend! You’re invited to learn and experience Native American culture through a narrated exhibition of drums, dance, and cultural introduction when the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi presents a Pow Wow Exhibition at Tibbits Opera House tomorrow evening, October 8th at 7 pm. This Pow Wow is intended to celebrate and honor the heritage of the indigenous people who live here. Pow Wows are always an honor, a way to revitalize the celebration of Native American culture. It will teach attendees the meaning behind the different dances, the prayers they represent, and what their beautiful songs mean. Everyone is welcome to come and join this ceremony in healing the nation. Head to Holland on today, October 7 and tomorrow, October 8 to enjoy the annual Fall Fest weekend festivities. Watch the nation’s best professional pumpkin carvers create amazing artwork in person, not to mention the 1,000 pound pumpkins being carved in Downtown Holland. There will also be street performers all throughout Downtown Holland providing live music, face paint, caricatures, and get a balloon animal twisted for you! Windmill Island Gardens will also be hosting their second annual Fall Fest Artisan Market on both days from 10 am to 5 pm, and you can even sign up to help the City of Holland plant 75,000 tulip bulbs at Window on the Waterfront in preparation for next year’s Tulip Time festival. It’s sure to be a great weekend!