No time for boredom around Halloween


This Halloween Bash is one of many activities to do this time of year.

Isabella Bailey, Staff writer

Halloween is a time for fun and fright, and there are plenty of things to do locally before November arrives.

Check out the Halloween event with the Police Activities League (PAL) Center at Fearfilled Prep School and create your own survivor story.

There’s also Six Flags Fright Fest happening, and you can enjoy being scared by real live zombies… oh, wait. Real dead zombies? Be sure to buy your ticket in advance.

Looking for something more suitable for your family and younger siblings? Why not visit Cool Patch Pumpkins in Dixon and get lost in their famous corn maze? They also have pumpkins to pick from, so go early for the best selection.

Do you prefer to enjoy music for this iconic holiday? Why not drop in to Journey Coffee in Downtown Vacaville and see their Halloween Bash on October 28. It will help you set the tone for your Halloween adventures.

Maybe you’ll want to swing by the Candytopia at Living Waters Worship Center for the afternoon so your younger siblings can get their fill on October 30. Check it out in the afternoon and have some fun of your own in the evening.

Visit the Howl-o-ween Pooch Parade and Costume Contest on October 30 at Vacaville’s Andrews Park and see a variety of dogs in costume. You can even dress up your own and join in the festivities. Find out more at Visit Vacaville.

Speaking of costumes, why not stroll down to Benicia on October 30 for the annual Halloween Costume Contest and Sidewalk Stroll. Your little brothers and sisters will love it and you can still go out and have fun on Halloween night.

Before you go out and have fun, consider stopping by the Vacaville Town Center Library and taking your own Halloween Selfie. You’ll be able to start making Halloween memories right away.

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