Rent a Horror Film
Even though there will be no pumpkin patches or haunted houses this Halloween, we can still get in the spooky season spirit with a good old fashioned scary movie. The Gables Cinema Drive-In has two classics: “House on Haunted Hill” and “Night of the Living Dead.” Both are available on their website, gablescinema.com, free of charge.
Halloween Trick or Treat Caravan
Celebrate Halloween while following social distancing with the City of Coral Gables trick or treat caravan. Dress up in costume, decorate your car and go to the Youth Center where Count Dracula, the Mummy and Frankenstein will be handing out candy. Saturday, Oct. 31 from 5 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 per vehicle and must be purchased in advance at playgables.com. Trick or treaters must stay inside their vehicles and wear a mask or face covering.
Books & Books’ Virtual Author Series
The independent bookstore continues with its virtual author series. October’s lineup includes author Amy Paige Condon in conversation with Dr. Gregory Bush and Craig Baggs, son of the late editor of the Miami News, Bill Baggs. It also includes former U.S. Senator Connie Mack in conversation with Jeb Bush, (shown right). Go to www.booksandbooks.com for a full listing and to register for events.