Beastly Haunted Trail
Skeletons, spiders, coffins, clowns and other things that go bump in the night are scary but fun at the outdoor Halloween fundraiser at the Beaver County Humane Society, 3394 Brodhead Road, Center.
The wooded, winding Beastly Haunted Trail takes a good 30 minutes to navigate. See props and displays that volunteers have built over hundreds of hours in the last year. Volunteers are also on hand to jump out and scare visitors.
Because of the fright factor, children 12 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Since 2014 word-of-mouth and social media have attracted visitors from Allegheny and other counties and from as far away as West Virginia. The Beastly Haunted Trail is open Friday and Saturday nights, 7-10 p.m., from Sept. 29 through Oct. 28. Cost is $12 per person.
Take a mat and a towel to Potential Farm in Presto to do yoga with goats Sept. 30, 2-3:15 p.m. Part of your $20 fee will help animals at the Washington Area Humane society.
NamastHay Goat Yoga is presented by Jen’s Yoga Zen and Have U Herd Goatscaping at a farm in Collier. Go to www.eventbrite.com/e/namasthay-goat-yoga-tickets-33266319457 to reserve your slot.
An Oct. 21 goat yoga session will benefit Animal Friends in Ohio Township.
Wine and Rabbits
Meet rescue rabbits looking for a home and enjoy wine, cheese and fruit from 6-10 p.m. Sept. 30 at The Pump House, 880 E. Waterfront Drive, Homestead (15120).
Tickets are $50 for a Night of Wine and Rabbits to benefit the Rabbit Wranglers rescue. The theme is Rockabilly, and the event will include a silent auction of works by artists living in the Rust Belt. Creative cocktail attire is encouraged.
— compiled by Linda Wilson Fuoco