Celebrates Early

Thompson Park in downtown Easton will be transformed into a spooky and fun Halloween adventure for children ages 12 and younger from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Children are invited to come in costume to enjoy live music, activities, prizes and a "Trick-or-Treat" parade to downtown shops. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Thompson Park, at Dover and Washington streets, Easton. Free; adults, $1. 410-820-8822 or www.avalontheatre.com.

Castle Bennett

The haunted attraction will host tours for one last weekend this fall. Castle Bennett has three haunted houses: "House of the Vampyres," "Dominion of Darkness" and the new "Curse of the Killer Clowns in 3-D," where visitors wear 3-D glasses in halls of monstrous visions. All three attractions are open to children and adults. 7-10 p.m. today; 7 -11 p.m. tomorrow through Monday. Castle Bennett, 7000 Arundel Mills Cir., Hanover. $13-$15. 410-538-6461 or www.bennettscurse.com.

'Phantom of the Opera'

The Annapolis Chorale will host the classic silent horror film with a musical twist. The showing will feature Larry Molinaro on St. Anne Church's pipe organ accompanied by the Annapolis Chorale. They will perform an original movie score each night to correspond to the dark tale. "The Phantom of the Opera" is about a mad, disfigured composer who seeks love from an attractive young opera singer. 7 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday. St. Anne's Church, Church Cir., Annapolis. $15; students, $10. 410-263-1906 or www.annapolischorale.org.

A showing of the silent film "The Phantom of the Opera" tomorrow and Saturday will be accompanied by St. Anne Church's pipe organ and the Annapolis Chorale.