SoCal Families | 7 Things To Do This Week 10/26-10/30/2015

Kids don’t want to wait until Saturday to try out their costumes, get spooked and eat some candy. That’s why the week leading up to their favorite holiday is filled with Halloween events! Head over to one of the Halloween-themed activities happening in the Inland Empire.


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10/26, Halloween Event – Buster Balloon’s Halloween SPOOK’tacular at Carnegie Cultural Center in Upland Public Library from 6-7p.m. This family-friendly show is sure to bring lots of laughter with monstrous balloon creations, spooky jokes and creepy magic tricks.  



10/27, Ghost Stories – Ghosts: Truth and Myth and the Moreno Valley Public Library Storyroom at 6p.m. Cal~Para Research Organization is hosting this scary presentation about the ghosts who exist in Riverside County. This paranormal research group is sure to scare audience members with lots of evidence.



10/28, Pumpkin Carving – Pumpkin Carve Up at Colony High Branch Library from 2:30-4:30p.m. Teenagers ages 13 to 18 can carve a pumpkin free at the library. This annual program provides the pumpkin, and teenagers can demonstrate creativity and talent.


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10/29, Halloween Carnival – Halloween Carnival at Villegas Park in Riverside from 5-8p.m. Trick-or-treating, inflatable fun, food, carnival games and other activities are all great reasons to attend this events with the little goblins and ghouls in your family. Admission is free.

10/29-30, Halloween Maze – JBTC’s Halloween Nightmare Maze at the Jack Bulik Teen Center from 6-10p.m. Residents can participate for $5, children ages 10 and under are admitted free. If you’ve ever wondered where nightmares come from, you’ll find out after making your way through this terrifying maze.



10/30, Halloween Activity – Boo! Halloween for Little Ones at the Ovitt Family Community Library in Ontario from 10:30-11:30a.m. This free event for children ages two to five is sure to be a silly Halloween celebration. Put on those costumes, and enjoy clever games, crafts and creepy foods.

10/30, Trick-or-Treating – City of Chino Hills Trick or Treat at Chino Hills City Hall from 3-5p.m. Free for children from infant through 12 years old. Don’t miss the costume contest starting at 4p.m. Also, candy and crafts will be available, so show up early with your trick or treat bag before they disappear!


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