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Families looking for a kaleidoscope of color mixed with a dash of spooky fun should mark their calendars! Through October 31, the Crayola Experience, 3111 W. Chandler Blvd., Ste 2154, invites children and adults alike to indulge in the annual Screamin’ Green Hauntoween.

The event promises a potpourri of colorful and haunting attractions, seamlessly blending the joy of crafting with the thrills of Halloween. Whether it’s getting into the Halloween spirit by crafting a Monster Mask at Paint Palette, making a Bat Bookmark at the Activity Studio to ensure you never lose your place in that haunting tale, or joining the fun at Modeling Madness to sculpt a friendly spooky spider, the Crayola Experience has got it all covered.

The Halloween fiesta continues with an exciting, themed scavenger hunt. An unfortunate mishap by Crayola’s Mad Scientist, Robin, has transformed the beloved crayon crew into monsters! The quest? Embark on a monster hunt, find the creatures’ favorite treats, and combine them for a unique de-monstering potion recipe.” Successful hunters will be rewarded with a special prize upon exit.

But that’s not all. A special trick-or-treat session awaits attendees on weekends, complete with stations like Drip Art, Melt & Mold, and Trading Post. While dressing up is optional, it is highly recommended to immerse in the experience. However, for safety reasons, costume masks will not be allowed.

Those seeking a little more magic can stop by the Trading Post for exclusive activities, including crafting with slime. And for those who want to carry a piece of the magic home, the Crayola Store is offering pumpkin painting kits, ideal for adding some Crayola-infused Halloween vibes to any household.

A reminder for all excited families: buying tickets in advance will help you save $3, so plan ahead!

Crayola Experience Chandler ensures a hauntingly memorable time filled with crafts, characters, and candies, embodying their philosophy of “All Treats! No Tricks!”

For more details, schedules, and to book tickets, aspiring witches and wizards can visit