Looking for something to do on Halloween? Try these family-friendly events

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EUGENE, Ore. -- Mini monsters and petrifying's Halloween!

If trick-or-treat isn't your family's thing, or if you're looking for something to do before or after your neighborhood canvas, there are plenty of activities for families around the Willamette Valley. Here are some events if you're looking to get spooky:

All Hallows' Eugene
Downtown Eugene
A family-friendly Halloween event in downtown Eugene. Features trick-or-treating at local businesses, free family activities and performances.

Haunted Market
5th Street Public Market
An event amid the shops and restaurants of the Fifth Street Public Market. Features giant carved pumpkins, face-painting, a storyteller, and trick-or-treating. Entry is 3 cans of food, donated to Food for Lane County on site, or $3 cash per child.

Trunk or Treat
Valley River Center
Over 30 trucks for kids to "trunk-or-treat" at, complete with live music.

Halloween Carnival
Bob Keefer Center for Sports and Recreation
Creepy crafts, food and tweets, carnival games and spooky sports at the Bob Keefer Center. If you're looking for an indoor event, this is it. $5 per family up to four people. $1 for each additional person.

Neewollah Parade-Downtown Roseburg Trick or Treat
Downtown Roseburg
Roseburg's Halloween extravaganza! The 84th Neewollah parade is a place to show off your costumes. The parade will start at 5:15PM on Jackson Street in front of Dino's restaurant. The parade will march down Jackson Street and end at Lane Street. After the parade, children can trick or treat throughout downtown Roseburg.

Pony Village Mall in North Bend
A night of games, prizes, and trick-or-treating at Pony Village Mall. There's also a costume contest and live music.

10th Annual Trunk-R-Treat
6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Hillside Church in Creswell
Trunk-or-treat in Creswell featuring free popcorn, hot chocolate and coffee.

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