The second annual Superior Spooktacular kicks off Saturday, October 15, and will feature a haunted run in the morning, followed by a parade on Tower and Banks Avenues, and a free pumpkin patch for all the little vampires out there.

"We really wanted to keep bringing people down to our downtown area and showing the community and people outside of our community what Superior has to offer," Carolyn Nelson-Kavajecz of the Business Improvement District.

One group that's getting ready for the parade is the Cathedral Middle School Twirl team.

They're selling nachos and hot cocoa at the pumpkin patch to not only raise money for their club, but also to buy a new smart board for their school.

"I love baton twirling and dance and it feels very good to be helping out the community while doing that," said Zoe Schnell, twirl team member.

Registration for the parade and the 5K are still open.

 World of Wheels Skate Center will also have a haunted skate at 2 p.m.