Rabbit, rabbit. Halloween may technically have passed, but if you’re still dying to don that deadly costume, you’ll find plenty of parties happening throughout the area.
It’s also the last weekend for Halloween in Hershey, which includes Hersheypark in the Dark, Creatures of the Night at ZooAmerica and Spooky Weekends at Hersheypark Camping Resort.
Of course, I have a few other suggestions to help you plan your weekend:
This might be one of the coolest Halloween-themed ideas yet: FED LIVE hosts Halloween Undercover TONIGHT with nearly a dozen local bands playing the parts of other famous bands.
For one night, the Foo Fighters will reunite, Amy Winehouse will return from the dead, and be sure not to miss Minshara, along with members of The Dirty Sweet, Des Sera and The Haircut recreating Michael Jackson's “Thriller.”
Explore one dozen area wineries this weekend as part of the Hershey Harrisburg Wine Country’s fall festival, Cornucopia Quest.
You’ll enjoy tastings at each location, a souvenir wine glass, plus a variety of fall-themed events and crafts at each participating winery. Think pumpkin-chunkin, wine bottle painting and lots more.
Read more in my “Out with Sara” column.
November marks National Prostate Cancer Awareness month -- which you’ll see soon on your husband, brother and man-friends via those fundraising “Movember” mustaches. This Sunday, swing by Troegs Brewing Co. for a Pints for Prostates fundraiser and prostate cancer health literacy event.
Buy a beer (and get the popcorn!); Troegs will be donating a percentage of sales to the PA Prostate Cancer Coalition. No tickets to enter -- “No fear, drink beer!” Runs from noon to 4 p.m.