Rollins College will host the 17th Annual Halloween Howl for the greater Orlando community on October 29. (Photos by Scott Cook)
On Saturday, October 29, Rollins College’s Center for Leadership & Community Engagement will host the 17th Annual Halloween Howl on Mills Lawn from 2 – 5 p.m. Approximately 40 student organization volunteers will entertain hundreds of community guests with family-friendly crafts, haunted houses, games, music, and more. Check out our photo gallery of costumes and activities from past years. Here, Luigi and Mario face off for best mustache.
Halloween Howl is free and open to the public. For questions, call 407-691-1250.
Dorothy Gale trades in her ruby red slippers for hula-hoops with friends on The Green.
A trick-or-treater spins the wheel for a treat at one of the student organization booths.
A Rollins student assists an officer on the perfect basketball shot.
Even princesses were willing to get their hands a little dirty during one of the craft activities.
Batgirl jumps in for the rescue at the bounce house.
Future Tars take their best shot at a barrel toss game on The Green.
Painted miniature pumpkins lay out to dry at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum's craft booth.
Cleopatra, a pirate, and a painter bond over balloon animals.
One of the smallest giraffes roamed The Green while The Incredible Hulk was unleashed on the lawn.
Participants await the results of three costume contests. Winners were announced for children ages four and under, ages five and older, and pets.
This police officer needed some rest after an afternoon of fun activities.