Round Rock Fall Festivals
The event is free and includes live music, food, games and a classic car show. In addition, there will be a craft show, bake sale, plant sale, silent auction and a plate lunch. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Round Rock Serving Center. More details here.
October 3 & 4, 2014
Downtown Round Rock
This free festival features chalk drawings, food, music, vendors, and more. Watch amazing artist create gorgeous chalk art and have the opportunity to make your own! Friday night is a VIP Event – Blues, Brews, & BBQ. More details here
Community Christian Church Harvest Festival
October 4, 2014 10 am – 2 pm
4300 Sam Bass Rd
This free event features food, games, petting zoo and fun for all ages. More details here.
Saint Richard’s Episcopal Church Great Pumpkin Festival
October 19, 2014 2 pm – 6 pm
1420 E. Palm Valley Blvd.
This free event features music, food, petting zoo, and a trunk or treat at 5:30 pm. More details here.
October 26, 2014 4 pm – 6 pm
1004 North Mays Ave.
This festival includes food, carnival games, trunk or treating, and fun.
The Fall Festival is open to the entire community. Activities include: Children’s Storybook Fashion Show, contest for best storybook character costumes with prizes, pick and paint a FREE pumpkin, gym station games and activities. More details here.
Round Rock Pumpkin Patches
Open October 13th – 31st
17000 Smyers Ln.
- October 13-17: Weekdays 12-8 pm, Saturdays 9 am – 8 pm, Sundays 12 – 8 pm
- October 20 – 30: Daily 9 am -8 pm
- October 31: 9 am – 6 pm
Open September 28th – October 31st
1420 E. Palm Valley Blvd
- Benefiting NetsforLife, The Round Rock Serving Center, and St. Richards Episcopal Church
- Sun-Fri (noon-dark); Sat (9am-dark)
Round Rock Halloween Events
201 Seton Pkwy
Freaky Friday & Monster Mash Halloween Parties
October 24, 2014
Brushy Creek Community Center
Freaky Friday is a 4th & 5th graders Halloween party from 5-7 pm and Monster Mash is for 6th -8th graders from 8-10 pm. Both parties include a costume contest, food, music, karaoke, and a “haunted trail”. Advance registration is required and there is a small fee. More details here.
October 24, 2014 5 pm – 7:30 pm
3203 S. IH 35
One of the largest Halloween events throughout Central Texas, this festival will include everything from Carnival Games to Inflatables and Rides to Climbing Walls, FREE Halloween Candy, Music, Prizes, Concessions and more. You also won’t want to miss out on our ever-popular Costume Contests. With admission set at only $6 per person and FREE parking available at the Dell Diamond – what’s not to like? It’s an evening of costumes, fun and excitement that the whole family can enjoy. More details here.
Austin Sports Arena – 3918 Gattis School Rd
The Rockin City Rollergirls present “Day of the Skating Dead” bout against the Northside Fury. They will also have a Junior Derby Monster Mash and a Track or Treat Costume Parade – costumes are encouraged. More details here.
Round Rock Public Library
Design and decorate your own mini pumpkin. Crafters may take thier decorated pumpkin home or enter their creation in the library literary pumpkin decorating contest for a chance to win a prize! More details here.