Halloween Happenings in the Peninsula
October 28, 2015
Still on the fence on where to go this Halloween? Don’t get spooked! Stay local and check out these kid-friendly festivities in the peninsula through this weekend.
Get an early start on the fun! Activities include trick-or-treating, games and a costume parade. Don’t miss out on the fun.
Visit San Mateo’s King Community Center where kids can enjoy games and a costume contest. And of course, all Hallow’s eve is not complete without a haunted house! Oct. 31 in the evening.
The City of San Carlos and the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce is proud to present Goblin Walk, a Halloween event for children seven years and under along their downtown corridor. Visit the local shops… you may find some treats yourself!
Fun for all ages, enjoy Redwood City’s Scare on the Square, featuring activities such as trick-or-treating, live music, a pumpkin carving contest, and a 3D light show. Thursday, Oct. 29, 5 – 8 PM. Sponsored by Facebook Scare on the Square
Halloween Spooky Carnival held at the Belle Haven Community Library includes a costume contest and block parade for children 10 years and under. Your children may even partake in decorating their own sugar skulls. Registration is required for special activities
Join the excitement! Be a part of the parade as participants stroll through downtown Menlo Park in their costumes to the tunes of La Entrada and Hillview Middle Schools’ marching bands. Test your luck with their annual pumpkin weighing contest and carnival games.
Looking to end Halloween evening on a safe and fun note? Trick-or-treat with the Menlo Park Police Department and the Belle Haven neighborhood businesses as they will hand out candy, glow sticks and more!
I wish you and your family a wonderful and safe Halloween.
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This post was written by Rumana Jabeen