Weekend Wanderer — San Francisco, Portland, and Brooklyn

Weekend Wanderer — San Francisco, Portland, and Brooklyn

No matter what age you are, take party in Halloween activities this weekend. Photo: Mnn.com

It’s Friday and we can’t wait to unchain ourselves from our desks and get out and about. Weekend Wanderer is a series that you’ll find every Friday morning featuring a few activities we’d like to explore. Check them out for yourself or do something in your neck of the woods. Either way, just get out and wander.

Thrill the World 2012, San Francisco, California

Weekend Wanderer — San Francisco, Portland, and Brooklyn

Break the world record with a mass Thriller dance routine. Photo: Bayareaflashmob.com

If you’re in the Bay Area, cancel all your plans and break out your best moves. This weekend the Bay Area Flash Mob will attempt the largest simultaneous Thriller Dance ever. (Check out last year’s group!) To take part in this gathering on Saturday at noon, visit Bay Area Flash Mob at Studio One Art Center in Oakland, California.

Halloween Scavenger Hunt, Portland, Oregon

Weekend Wanderer — San Francisco, Portland, and Brooklyn

Dress up and go out on a hunt. Photo: Pdxhunt.com

Grab a partner and a couple of costumes, and get ready to scour the city for creepy clues. Portland is gearing up for a flashlight-led Halloween Scavenger Hunt on Saturday night. Whether or not you win the cash prize of $500, celebrate with an after party sure to wake up the dead. For more information, visit PDX Hunt.

Green-Wood Cemetery Walking Tour, Brooklyn, New York

Weekend Wanderer — San Francisco, Portland, and Brooklyn

Take a spooky tour of this cemetery. Photo: 66squarefeet.blogspot.com

Get into the Halloween spirit with a scenic tour of the Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Among tombstones dating back to the 1830s are the graves of The Wizard of Oz, George Washington’s favorite dentist, the founders of Spiritualism, and many others. This visit also includes access to the Catacombs, usually closed to the public. Get in on this spooky activity by visiting Green-Wood Cemetery on Willow Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

What are you up to this weekend? Do share…

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