The annual Halloween spectacular "A Haunting on DoG Street” returns in October with a variety of programs. “The Official Colonial Williamsburg Ghost Walk Junior,” a light program for families with children inspired by traditional tales, runs Thursdays-Sundays from Oct. 29-31. Two other new programs are: “The Trial of a Patriot,” offered nightly Oct. 15-31, and “Monsters, Mayhem and Musick,” part of the Governor’s Palace Concert Series, which runs twice nightly Oct. 17, 24, and 31. For five nights Oct. 27-31, “A Colonial Williamsburg Halloween Harvest: Jack of the Lanterns” sees the Historic Area illuminated by hundreds of jack-o-lanterns. The “Haunting on DoG Street” event will culminate in two days of trick-or-treating from 2-5 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29, registration is limited and requires a $2 ticket. Those brave enough to return Saturday night face the “The Mad Revenge of King George III,” from 7-9 p.m. Oct. 28, tickets are $25.
Programming is subject to change. Tickets, current information and instructions for ticketed guests are available by visiting Colonial Williamsburg ticketing locations, online at www.colonialwilliamsburg.com or by calling 855-296- 6627 toll-free.