The Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) is opening its bag of treats with several special FREE Halloween shows and goodies for kids.

 

It will be a frightfully good time including a costume contest, an instrument petting zoo, and live bats that will take over Orchestra Hall! Grab your costume and come on down for some spooktacular treats for the whole family. These Halloween delights are available thanks to the generous support of MASCO Corporation and the Henry Ford II Fund.

 

WHEN:            Saturday, October 29, 2011

                        10:00 a.m. – Rock O’Ween featuring the Candy Band

                        This Tiny Tots presentation is sponsored by the Henry Ford II Fund.

Come and listen as the four metro Detroit moms of Candy Band play children’s songs with a rock twist. Nursery rhymes will never be the same again!

 

11:00 a.m. – Thrills & Chills Young People’s Concert featuring Frank Oden

This Young People’s Concert is sponsored by MASCO Corporation.

Bring your little ghosts and hobgoblins for some symphonic entertainment, scary tunes and traditional music for the whole family. Poet and actor Frank Olden will accompany the orchestra with poetry readings befitting Halloween as he takes the stage in his finest, scariest costumery.

 

What Halloween event would be complete without a few vampires? Vampire bats that is! The Organization for Bat Conservation at Cranbrook Institute of Science will be on hand with its award-winning live bat display that is sure to educate and entertain all.

 

WHERE:            Max M. Fisher Music Center

3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 48201

 

To reserve your FREE ticket, limit four per order, log on to www.dso.org/halloween.

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Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.
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