HALLOWEEN Weekend with so much to do!

Posted on 28. Oct, 2010 by in For Kids, Uncategorized

Here it is Halloween weekend. There are so many free events and options for the kids from Harvest carnivals, trick-0r-treating, haunted houses and movies.

Bates Nut Farm Pumpkins Patch.  Get out there early before the sun heats up.  Visit them at 15954 Woods Valley Road Valley Center, Ca 92082.

San Marcos Civic Center Screen. The weekend is full weekend of chills and thrills. Friday, stick close to your buddies as we go hunting for Dracula with some meddling kids in “Spooks Run Wild”. Saturday will have you shrieking as we get you into the Trick R’ treating spirit with a huge selection of Classic Halloween hits. Sunday we celebrate with the scariest film of the month as we encounter pale faced ghoulies at the “Carnival of Souls”. Movies start at 8:00 pm.

Carlsbad Dove Library  showing Harriett Potter & Goblet of Fire at 6pm on October 29, 2010. FREE. Suggested for kids over 8 yrs. old.

Legoland Brick-or-Treat from 5-9pm at Legoland California.  A not-too-spooky Halloween haven for Brick-or-Treat Party Nights featuring a dance party, costume contests, nighttime trick-or-treating on the Brick-or-Treat Trails, festive music, Spirits of Brick-or-Treat Light Show and the entertaining “Boo Crew”.  Great for all kids.

Fright Instutite Ultimate Haunted House Experience.  People are dying to get in and screaming to get out. The Fright Institute is located at 1822 Marron Road Suite #100, Carlsbad, CA 92008, next to Plaza Camino Real mall.

Olivenhain Haunted Hotel: Boy Scout Troop 2000 has again transformed the old Germania Hotel into a haunt for the public to enjoy. Special effects include the Maze of Confusion, the Room of Vertigo and scenes of “Living Terror.” The Haunted Hotel is designed for people age 10 and older. Children younger than 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Hours: 6:30 to 10 p.m. Admission: $5. Location: Rancho Santa Fe Road at Seventh Street in Olivenhain. Information: Phil at (858) 756-7676.

Harvest Party at North Coast Calvary Chapel. Carnival games, an obstacle course, climbing walls, tons and tons of candy.  This is all a part of the safe Halloween alternative celebration from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at North Coast Calvary Chapel, 7188 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad. Information: (760) 929-0029.

Trick-or-treating from the Downtown Business Association of Escondido will offer a safe trick-or-treating experience for children from 2 to 5 p.m. tomorrow on Grand Avenue and side streets at participating businesses. Free flashlights will be passed out to the first 200 children who attend. Information: (760) 745-8877.

Halloween on Elm in Carlsbad, Ca.  This event serves up family friendly fun Saturday, October 30, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Get ready for a spooktacular time at the city’s first ever Halloween on Elm . Taking place in the city’s downtown village, the family friendly event will feature a wide array of fun activities for the community – and even pets!  “Halloween on Elm is a great place for people to meet their neighbors and enjoy an afternoon of fun and activities in the heart of the village.  From carnival games and costume contests to the outdoor movie and the farmers’ market, there is something for everyone.

Boo & Brew at Lost Abbey Brewery in San Marcos, CA on Oct. 29, 2010 from 5-9pm.  Join in for a  night of brews, pizza and pumpkin carving in advance of Sunday’s All Hallow’s Eve. You can bring your own pumpkin or pick one up at the brewery! The carving starts at 4pm and the pizzas will be here at 6pm.   Pumpkins and pizza are free. 

Halloween Spooktacular at Seaworld. Trick or treat with ghoulish goodies, seacreatures and spooky shows.   Every Saturday in Oct. from 1-6pm. 

9th Annual Dia de los Muertos on Oct. 31, 2010 from 10am-4pm in Oceanside.  A community celebration for the whole family with lots of festivities & entertainment through the day. The event is free to the public & parking is only $5.

Dia de los Muertos translates to Day of the Dead. The event which celebrates life and death is held at Mission San Luis Rey. There will be live music, entertainment, dancing, alter on display,vendors selling food & souvenirs

For more local events go to: San Diego Kids Trick or Treat Carnivals or 365 Things to do in North County San Diego.

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