AUSTIN, Texas—Longhorn Halloween, an annual program that provides a safe place for the children of employees at The University of Texas at Austin to enjoy Halloween in a carnival-like setting, will be held 2-5 p.m., Sunday (Oct. 26) at the Frank Erwin Center.
The festival, featuring games, carnival events, a haunted house, face painting, fortune telling, physics circus, fire safety programs and much more, is free and open to children of staff, faculty and students at the university. Last year, Longhorn Halloween was attended by more than 3,000 people.
Free parking for people attending Longhorn Halloween will be available in the Trinity Parking Garage at the corner of Trinity and Martin Luther King.
For more information contact: Steve Parks, Office of Relationship Management and University Events, 512-471-7753, or Robert D. Meckel, Office of Public Affairs, 512-475-7847.