HEADLAND, Ala. (WDHN) — Headland will have a full slate of Halloween activities for you and your family.

Saturday morning from 10 p.m. to 2 p.m., Pawsfest will return to the square after missing out last year due to COVID-19.

In the same area, Keel and Co Distilling will be having costume contests for pets adults, and Corn Dodgers Farms will be opening for its fall season.

The spooky evening will wrap up with the trunk and treat Halloween Scream on the square along with the first Baptist Church hosting a fall festival.

Chamber of Commerce’s executive director said this is a great opportunity to support and explore the town.

“Our Halloween scream event was estimated to be about 3,000 people on our square and we hope to top that number this year and we encourage people to visit our local businesses and restaurants that will be open that night as well,” Adrienne Wilkins said.

Wilkins said come dressed up and your great costumes and spend your holiday weekend with the city of Headland.