Frightful fun this Halloween season

Fall is upon us and so is the Halloween season – my favorite time of year!

There are so many seasonal things to do in the area, it’s scary! Take a look at some of the more unique experiences, ranging from silly fun to frightfully silly and everything in between.

PAGEANT OF THE MONSTERS

image courtesy FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS OF LAGUNA BEACH

TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA”

October 25, 26, 27 & 31

Back by popular demand, the Pageant of the Monsters returns with “Triskaidekaphobia (fear of the number 13)” in Laguna Beach on October 25, 26, 27 and 31 at the Festival of Arts from 6 – 9:30 p.m. The backstage of the Pageant of the Masters will be transformed into a family-friendly haunted house with a sinking luxury liner. Plus art activities, live music, wandering zombies and other “spook-tacular” surprises!

ADMISSION: Adults $15, children 12 and under $10 (not recommended for children under 5). Tickets available online or by phone at 800-487-3378.

More info: http://www.foapom.com/events/pageant-of-the-monsters

 

FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL Fall Harvest Festival

Aliso Viejo Town Center
October 19, 2013
10:00 a.m. – noon

Festival will have Family Games, Pony Rides, Arts & Crafts, Balloon Twisters and DJ Entertainment. Wear your costume to walk through the costume parade! Parade begins at 10:30 am.

CANNED FOOD DRIVE – Bring THREE canned food items and be entered in an opportunity drawing to win a prize. Canned food will be collected and distributed to those in need here in Orange County.

LOCATION:
Grand Park – at Aliso Viejo Town Center, near Aliso Creek Road & Pacific Park Drive
Aliso Viejo

More info: For more information, please call 949-243-7750

ANAHEIM FALL FESTIVAL & HALLOWEEN PARADE

anaheim

Saturday, October 26
11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Center Street Promenade, Downtown Anaheim

The Anaheim Fall Festival has a 76 year tradition of presenting an annual community-wide Fall Festival event. The Fall Festival recognizes the Harvest Season and brings children and families together to educate and celebrate the history and cultural diversity of the City of Anaheim and the surrounding cities.

All proceeds benefit the non-profit Anaheim Fall Festival and its mission to continue the tradition of an annual community-wide Fall Festival and Halloween Parade.

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More info: http://anaheimfallfestival.com/index.html

 

PACIFIC SYMPHONY’S HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE

Saturday, October 26
10 and 11:30 a.m.
Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

Pacific Symphony spooky favorites like “Harry Potter” and “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” are paired with Latin American symphonic hits for a cross-cultural celebration! Enjoy music and traditions from “Dia de los Muertos” alongside Halloween tunes and spine-chilling fun. Don’t forget to wear your costume and mask! Designed especially for children 5-11

Pacific Symphony’s Family Musical Mornings are fun and fascinating 45-minute concerts designed especially for children 5-11. Enjoy family fun time together while enhancing your child’s (or grandchild’s) love of music.

During the Musical Carnival, enjoy free hands-on activities for children, who can meet Symphony musicians, sing, dance, play, color, try musical instruments and enjoy themselves in thematic activities related to the concert. 9 a.m. for 10 a.m. concertgoers; 12:15 p.m. for 11:30 a.m. concertgoers.

More info and tickets: http://www.pacificsymphony.org

 

 

ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW W/AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Saturday, October 26
11 p.m.
Art Theatre Long Beach
tickets $11

More info: http://www.arttheatrelongbeach.com

Tickets: http://72268.formovietickets.com:2235/Tickets.ASP?WCI=buyticket&Page=schedule&SelectedDate=20131026

 

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