1 The Goddard Center’s will host a gallery talk with the artists for the “Living Ghosts” exhibit at 3 p.m. Friday.  The exhibit features Brooklyn based artist Laura Shechter and former OSU professor Parker Seward. All of the Goddard Center’s exhibits and receptions are free and open to the public. The show can be viewed during regular business hours, Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m.

2 The New Orford String Quartet will perform at 7 p.m., Saturday at the Goddard Center. This performance will immediately follow a closing reception for the “Living Ghosts” exhibit. Hailed for their ravishingly beautiful tone as well as their extraordinary technical skills and musicianship, the members of the New Orford String Quartet are all principal players in the Montreal and Toronto Symphony Orchestras.
3 Davis Halloween Parade and Carnival begins at 4 p.m., Saturday. This years event  are set to be bigger and better than last year. Everyone is encourages to enter the costume parade contest. Entries will be judged by grade level. The categories will be: Infants/toddlers (ages 0-3), head start and Pre-K, kindergarten and 1st, 2nd  - 4th , middle school, high school/adult, multi-age groups (families or groups with several different ages in the group), bicycles, carts/wagons, motorized vehicles/floats. Each category will have a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner. The parade will proceed in that order, so smaller children will be near the front (after the fire truck and band leads off), while floats will be near the end.

4 The Davis Police Department Reserve Officers Association and The City of Davis / Turner Falls Park kicks off Trunk or Treat and Haunted Forrest Saturday. Trunk or Treat begins at 5 p.m. Anyone wanting to set up a trunk,  business or individual is welcome. Trunks need to be in position at or before 4:30 p.m.. The purpose is to provide a place for youth to trick or treat with out having pedestrian vs. vehicular traffic.  The Haunted Forrest will run Friday and Saturday  beginning at dark each night.
This is a community project  and there is no gate admission to the park for individuals participating in the activities. The fee for the Haunted Forrest is $5.
5 Ardmore Main Street Authority’s “Let’s Get Souped,” begins at 5:30  Tuesday in Heritage Hall.
Ticket are $20 for adults and $5 for children and can be purchased at AMS’ office in the historic Tivoli Theater. Tickets will be entered into a drawing to win an engraved brick paver to be installed in downtown Ardmore. “Let’s Get Souped” proceeds will benefit efforts to improve and revitalize downtown Ardmore. Diners are asked to bring a can of soup to be donated to Food and Resource Center of South Central Oklahoma.