Ghosts, Goblins, Costumes & Treats: Halloween Fun for the Family

By EGP News

Friday, Oct. 26

5:30-8:30pm—Hathaway – Sycamores Annual Harvest Festival. Enjoy a night full of fun & games, storytelling, dance & music performances, arts & crafts and more. Take part in the costume parade & win prizes. The Center is located at 840 N. Ave. 66 LA (Highland Park) 90042. For more information, call (323) 257-9600 ext 7100.

7:30-9:30pm—“Family Fright Night” at Commerce Veterans Memorial Park. Bring the family to “Caspar” on the big screen. The park is located at 6364 Zindell Ave., Commerce. For more information, call (562) 927-1515.

Saturday, Oct. 27

10am-3pm—LAPD Northeast Area Community Police Annual Open House and Resource Fair. Get to know your local police while enjoying pumpkin decorating, music, free hot dogs & a Halloween contest with prizes for kids 12 and under. Take a tour of the station located at 3353San Fernando Rd, LA 90065. Find out how you can become part of Community Policing, volunteer opportunities, and how to get your kids involved in wholesome activities, LAPD Cadet program and youth boxing program through the Police Activities League.

7-11pm—TERA’s Cirque du Rock at the Twentieth Century Women’s’ Club in Eagle Rock. Cirque du Rock is a unique celebration honoring the spirit of Halloween and paying homage to the special feeling of the circus of our youth. Women’s Twentieth Century Club is located at 5105 Hermosa Ave. LA 90041. A wide array of beverages will be for sale at the Three Ring Bar. where a wide array of beverages will be available for purchase. Take part in circus costume contest. Tickets are on sale now at www.tera90041.org. For more information, email president@tera90041.org or call (323)799-1190.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

3-8pm—Weekly Old L.A. Farmers Market in Highland Park Hosts Halloween Fair. Children (and adults), come in costume, watch entertainers, participate in costume contests, listen to the music, and more while shopping for fresh fruits & vegetables, other foods & crafts. Farmers and other vendors, and entertainment located on Avenue 58 between Figueroa & Marmion Way, and adjacent to the Highland Park Metro Station.

3:30pm—Malabar Branch Library Day of the Dead workshop. Create Artesanias Mexicanas (Mexican folk art) in preparation and celebration for their Day of the Dead community altar and celebration. The library is located at 2801 Wabash Ave. LA 90033. For more information, call (323) 263-1497.

Wednesday, Oct. 31

4-7pm—Atlantic Square in Monterey Park Presents ‘trick or Treat Halloween Night,” a safe and fun place to gather treats and parade your costume with family & friends. Look for the pumpkin in the window for participating stores. Atlantic Square is located on South Atlantic Blvd & Riggin Street in Monterey Park.

4-8pm—LA City Parks & Recreation presents “Spooktacular” for a safe & fun Halloween. People of all ages can enjoy a variety of activities –costume contests, game booths, arts & crafts, refreshments, face painting, spooky movies and more  – at their local neighborhood park and recreation center. For more information, contact your local park or visit www.laparks.org or call (213) 202-2700.

6pm—Halloween Parade and Games at all City of Commerce Parks. All ages welcome; trophies awarded by age group. For more information, call (323) 887-4434.

7-10pm—Bell Gardens Haunted Neighborhood Youth Center. Have you ever heard the true story about the ghosts that haunt the NYC? No made up stories or Urban Legends here! Join us as we take you on a tour of this haunted facility: 586 Ludell St., Bell Gardens. All Ages $1 . For more information, call (562) 806-7667.

To view EGPNews Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos Calendar of Events, go to www.EGPNews.com


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