The Tri-Valley is getting spooky and Patch has got you covered.
From haunted houses to haunted skating, masquerade balls and carnivals, the Tri-Valley has got it all for every level of scary and every age.
Here is a list of events celebrating Halloween in the Tri-Valley:
Halloween Carnival, Saturday, Oct. 19, 1-4pm at the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Ave.
Families with trick-or-treaters between the ages of 2 and 7 are invited to have a not-so-scary time at the annual event. Some holiday happenings include ghostly basketball, a spooky bean bag toss, a mini pumpkin patch, air jumps and face painting. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are $8 per child, parents are free.
Friends "Masquerade" Night Out, Thursday, Oct. 24, 6-9pm at Wente Vineyards Estate Winery & Tasting Room, 5565 Tesla Rd.
The night includes wine tasting, beauty services & shopping. Featuring Masquerade Mask Contest Luna (psychic readings) $15 per person, $5 for Club Wente Members Includes a glass of wine. For information call 925-456-2305
Put on your Halloween costume and take a walk to the spookiest tree in town where we will listen to scary stories while we sip hot witch’s brew. Space is limited on this haunted adventure. Fee and registration required in advance. Call 925-960-2400 for information
Halloween Horror Skates, Saturday October 26 and Nov 2, 2-5 pm and 6:30 - 9:30 pm at TriValley Ice
Patrons are encouraged to come skate in their scariest costumes and participate in Halloween Themed activities and games. Best Costume prizes will be awarded and there will be picture taking with your Favorite Halloween Character and trick or treating for the kids.
5th Annual Downtown Halloween Carnival Saturday, October 26, 1-5pm
Activities for families with children in the 5th grade and younger! Kids will enjoy the Costume Contest, Carnival Games, Activities and some surprise entertainment! For more information please contact Livermore Downtown Inc. at (925) 373-1795 email@example.com.
Pleasanton is offering many family-friendly activities around town for Halloween.
Sprouts & Shudders: Pirates of Emerson Open for Halloween
The devilishly popular haunted attraction opened Sept. 28
This is a Halloween Dinner Fundraiser for Breast Cancer - sponsored by the Pleasanton Chapter Order of DeMolay.
Annual Halloween Brew Crawl in Pleasanton , Oct. 26, 5-8pm
The event is on Saturday, October 26 from 5-8 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are available for $30 or at several locations around town. Downtown merchants and local breweries will come together for a night of trick-or-treating for adults. Patrons can shop along Main Street while sampling a variety of beer and tasty bites at 25 locations.
Try your hand at some old-time harvest activities like hand-cranking your own ice cream, weaving, and churning your own butter.
Come dressed in your spookiest and join us for trick-or-treating, a scavenger hunt, carriage rides, free giveaways, and more!
Local Teen Author Releases Eighth Book, Oct. 18, 26
Paris Morris will read her new book at Patelco Credit Union on Hartz Avenue on October 18, and Read Booksellers in Blackhawk on October 26.
Danville's 11th Annual Children's Fall Fest, Friday, Oct. 25, 3:30-5 and 5:30-7pm
Festivities will include arts and crafts, face painting, games and trick-or-treating. All of these fall-filled activities at the Danville Community Center, located at 420 Front Street. This event is perfect for ages 1 through 9. Light refreshments will be served.
Festival-goers can peruse the glass pumpkin patch and 200 other craft booths.
Dogs Only: Halloween Costume Contest in Danville, Oct. 27
Because a dog in a hot dog costume never gets old. Incontro Ristorante will be be holding their first-ever Halloween Costume Contest for dogs.
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