Don’t be fright­ened! With Hal­loween approaching, we’ve got no shortage of things to do this weekend.

Freaky Fenway: Sep­tember was fright­ening enough for Sox fans, but now Fenway Park is taking a turn for the out­right scary, hosting “The Fear at Fenway,” a haunted event from Spooky World run­ning through Nov. 6. There will be three haunted houses inside the sto­ried ball­park, fea­turing ghosts, ghouls and — if you’re lucky — per­haps some fried chicken from the team’s pitching staff. Tickets are $35, with dis­counts avail­able for stu­dents for stan­dard evening shows on Sunday through Thursday.

Shop ‘til you drop dead: For its last event of the season, the SoWa Open Market is holding “Market of the Living Dead,” pairing its usual fare of food trucks, a farmers market and goods avail­able from some 130 artists and designers with Hal­loween events, including a cos­tume con­test with a top prize of $250. The event runs Sunday in the South End from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with cos­tume judging sched­uled for 2 p.m.

Great Pump­kins: Yes­terday, 40 North­eastern stu­dents carved pump­kins in Stetson East and today’s your chance to vote for the best. Swing by the Xhi­bi­tion Kitchen between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to cast your vote in the 11th annual com­pe­ti­tion, with the top three win­ners — receiving cash prizes of $100, $75, and $50 — announced on Monday.

Salem Express: Any reg­ular MBTA com­muter can share a horror story from the subway, bus or com­muter rail, but those looking to travel to Salem for Hal­loween weekend should have nothing to fear. The Mass­a­chu­setts Bay Com­muter Rail has added extra trains to and from Salem this weekend and on Monday, Halloween.

Boo at the zoo: This weekend, the wild ani­mals won’t be the only scary things about the Franklin Park Zoo. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat­urday and Sunday, the zoo will host a number of Hal­loween events, including a haunted maze, a trick-​​or-​​treat trail, a hayride through the zoo and encoun­ters with lions and tigers and hippos — oh my!

Senior Day: For those looking to avoid a fright, three North­eastern teams are having Senior Day games on Sat­urday. The men’s and women’s soccer teams are hosting a double-​​header tomorrow after­noon at Parson’s Field, with the women facing Hof­stra at 3 p.m. and the men facing Old Dominion at 6 p.m. That rare Husky double-​​header will help raise money for Malia, the young daughter of Glen Jusczyk ’98, an alumnus who played soccer at North­eastern for four years, who is bat­tling cancer. The women’s vol­ley­ball squad — cur­rently just a half-​​game out of first place in the CAA — will play VCU at 7 p.m. at Solomon Court.