Yes, it’s here! The annual holiday that’s spooky, fun, and full of costumes and candy—Halloween! But sometimes, sending your kids out trick-or-treating in the neighborhood can be, well, scary, and luckily there are plenty of other options. So get the kids dressed up (you can put your costume on too), and head out to one of these fun events this Wednesday.
Mickey’s Halloween Party: Oct. 29th and 31st
Disney’s California Adventure and Disneyland help host Mickey Mouse’s annual party, where kids can go trick-or-treating and watch the exciting Halloween Screams Firework Show. If you buy your tickets, you can enter the park three hours before the party to enjoy the rides and other amusements!
Pumpkin Nights: Oct. 29-Nov. 4th, 5-10PM at the Pomona Fairplex
Journey through eight different themed lands, all crafted by a team of passionate artists using over 3,000 real and synthetic hand-carved pumpkins. A visual treat!
Fall Fest: Oct. 31st, 6-9PM at the Compass Bible Church
This delicious celebration includes kettle corn, churros, candy for days, laser tag, pony rides, a giant Ferris wheel, a rock climbing wall, game booths to test your skills, and even barbecued hot dogs! The event is free for rides, games and candy, but a small charge for food. Don’t forget your cash, as there will be an admin fee if you use your credit card.
Pretend City Trick or Treat Through the City: Oct. 31st, Pretend City Children’s Museum
All costumes welcome, from superheroes to princesses to monsters! Come trick-or-treating at Pretend City on Halloween, where they are having a special extravaganza for the holiday. Enjoy the Halloween Bug Bash while visiting different stations through the city for treats.
Pageant of the Monsters: Oct. 31st, 6-9:30PM at the Laguna Festival of the Arts
If you like the Pageant of the Masters, you’ll love the Pageant of the Monsters, a once-every-five-years experience. Have a spooky and spectacular time filled with ghoulish tricks and treats as the Pageant’s backstage is transformed into a Raiders of the Lost Ark-themed haunted house. Guests embark on a perilous quest to recover treasures from exotic locations across the world, and the grounds will be filled with Halloween arts and crafts, a reptile zoo, music and other surprises. Admission is $15 in advance, and $20 at the door. Children 12 and under are $10. Not recommended for kids of 5 years of age or younger.
Knott’s Scary Farm: Oct. 29th-Oct. 31st at Knott’s Berry Farm
If you have teenagers, this is the place for them. Monster mazes, the traditional Hanging Show, and the new interactive Trapped Maze. There is a pre-show buffet for an additional cost.
Have a safe holiday, whether it’s trick-or-treating in your neighborhood, trying one of the above activities, or having a party at your house. And if you are having a big party, call us to find out whether or not you should have event insurance. The quote is totally free! Call us on 714-838-1911 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to follow us on LinkedIn for all the latest and best information and advice on all insurance matters.