Why Walk Around On Dark Streets This Halloween?


Why Walk Around On Dark

Events Are Going On All Around The Community

In this day and age the idea of Halloween is scary and dated. Dressing up your kids and walking around dark streets and up to people’s houses to ask for candy is such a freighting idea. You don’t know whose house you are going up to. Luckily there are events happening all around the city for you to take your kids to this Halloween to make sure they have fun but are as safe as can be.

Boo at the Bowl, Valley-Wide is putting on this event. The Event runs Oct 25-27th and is a fun alternative to Trunk or Treating. Tickets for Boo at the Bowl are available at the Box office or at the gate. Presale tickets are $5, at the Gate they are $7, each comes with 14 carnival tickets which can be used for carnival games or the trick or treat trail. The Ramona Bowl is transformed into a Halloween Wonderland with a trick or treat trail that let’s children get their candy in a safe manner. Carnival games, mini putt, bouncerland, a child appropriate magic show, spin art and lots of photo opportunities are all a part of the fun. Children are encouraged to wear their costumes. Plus there is a Haunted House for the older kids and adults to enjoy.

DP City Church Trunk or Treat, 27100 Girard St, Hemet, CA 92544, Halloween Night, 5-7pm. This is a free event for all the kids of the community, come get your candy in a safe family friendly environment.

Faith Tabernacle Church Trunk or Treat, 495 W. 7Th street, San Jacinto, Ca, 92583, Halloween night 6-8pm. This church is hosting this event for kids of all ages, they have multiple displays planned with games and tons of candy.

St John’s School is having a Fall Festival on October 19 from 11 am-2 pm, and a Trunk or Treat on October 31 from 5:30-7:30 pm. 26410 Columbia St, Hemet.

Oct. 25 4-7 pm Trunk or Treat Safety Expo. San Jacinto Police Station, 160 W 6th St, San Jacinto, Ca, 92582

Mcsweeney elementary school Trick or Treat/Harvest Festival, Oct 25, 5 to 6 PM. 451 Chambers St, Hemet, CA 92543.

Why Walk Around On Dark

Fall Fest at 412 Church. Fall Fest is fun for the whole family. Every October 31st, they open their Church campus up to the entire Hemet / San Jacinto Valley for their annual 412 Fall Fest. This is a great time of games, food and candy. There’s fun for everyone, as well as a safe place for your family this Halloween.

Cornerstone Church, 26089 Girard street, Hemet, Ca 92544, 6-8pm. CornerStone is a great property that is fenced in so your children will be safe while they have fun here.

Holy Spirit Church, 26340 Soboba St, Hemet, CA 92544. 6:00pm

Swim Safe Aquatics, Spooktacular Trunk or Treat, Saturday Oct.12, 4-8pm. 32355 Lindenberger Road, Menifee, Ca, 92584.

Fingerprints Museum Trick or treat /costume contest. 10/26 5-8pm 123 S. Carmelita Ave. Hemet Great prizes. 951-929-9691 opt 5. Ask for Daisy

Do you know of more Halloween Events for the local youth? Email [email protected] with the information and we will update our list online. Remember to check in over the next few weeks on our website to see if there is a harvest festival or trick or treat happening near you.

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