The City of Framingham is thrilled to announce the return of its highly-anticipated 4th Spooktacular event, a spine-tingling Halloween celebration like no other! Get ready to trick-or-treat your way through the Memorial Building as we open the doors to families and residents in late October for an enjoyable evening.

This family-friendly event encourages parents and children to come together and participate. It's a fantastic opportunity to engage with your local government and have a little fun in the process. Come dressed in your favorite costume, and get ready for an evening of entertainment and lots of candy.

Event Highlights:

Office Trick-or-Treating: Explore City Hall, known as the Memorial Building as various departments decorate their offices and provide a unique experience for visitors, including candy for the kids.

Nevin's Hall Activities: Located within City Hall, Nevin's Hall will be the hub of numerous engaging activities. It will feature tables from departments not based in the Memorial Building, an assortment of tables hosted by our legislative delegation, music provided by DJ Jesse, and complimentary popcorn for all.

Bookmobile and Community Partners: In the plaza outside City Hall, the Framingham Public Library Bookmobile will be present, along with other community partners offering additional attractions for families.

The 4th Annual Spooktacular event promises an evening filled with community spirit and entertainment. It will take place on October 24th, from 4 PM to 6:30 PM, at City Hall, 150 Concord Street

For your convenience, the main parking area will be in the Municipal lot behind City Hall. Additionally, street parking is available adjacent to the building on Union Avenue and Concord Street.


If you have any questions or need more information about this event, please contact the Mayor's Office at (508) 532-5400.

For updates and additional event details, please visit www.FraminghamMa.Gov/Spooktacular


October 24th, from 4 PM to 6:30 PM


The event takes place inside City Hall (Memorial Building) at 150 Concord St. The Bookmobile will also be parked at the plaza in front of the Memorial Building. 


For any questions regarding this event, please call the Mayor's Office at (508) 532-5400.