GREENFIELD — Twin brothers Christopher and Nicholas Burrus perform as the folk duo Willoughby Sprig from 7 to 8:15 p.m. November 2, at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road. The brothers’ interest in folk traditions and obscure musical instruments led them to learn the mandolin, banjo, button box, the mountain dulcimer, harmonium, violin, whistle and hurdy-gurdy. The two will present a concert of original music. To register to attend this free concert, visit or call 317-462-5141, ext. 238.

GREENFIELD — The Halloween-themed film “Hocus Pocus” will show at 8 p.m. Friday in Riley Park, at the corner of Apple and Main Streets. Admission is $5 for everyone 5 and over and $3 for children under 5. Popcorn, candy, soda, apple cider and hot chocolate will be on sale. Attendees are welcome to bring chairs and blankets to sit on. Sponsored by the Greenfield-Central Junior High Fusionettes dance team, the event raises money for the group.

GREENFIELD — The 21 and over crowd is invited to celebrate Halloween with Boos & Brews from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday in downtown Greenfield. Those planning to attend can purchase a $10 passport from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Living Alley between North and Main Streets. The first 100 passport purchasers are eligible to earn a pint glass and a T-shirt by spending a minimum of $5 at least three participating restaurants by getting a passport stamp and returning to the Living Alley between 7 and 10 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to wear costumes. For more information, visit greenfieldmain

FORTVILLE — Ten West Center for the Arts’ Zombie Prom returns from beyond the grave at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ten West Center for the Arts, 10 W. Church St. Attendees to this all-ages dance are invited to dress in their zombie best to compete in a costume contest and enjoy an evening of music and dancing. Mocktails and snacks will be served, and a king and queen of the Zombie Prom will be crowned before the things wrap up at 11:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $10 a person or $15 a couple at Proceeds from this event go to benefit youth programs at Ten West Center for the Arts.