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Fall Festivities in the Tri-Valley

Fall has officially begun and we couldn’t be more excited for these upcoming events coming to the Tri-Valley. Take your pick between bone-chilling scares or a fun family night out. Check out some of the fall festivities headed our way below! 

Pirates of Emerson

October 1-31 | Alameda county fairgrounds

Pirates of Emerson Haunted Themed Park for 2018 is a not be missed event. Truly frightful and not suitable for children under 14. Admission includes FIVE Haunted Attractions plus extra events, like Clown Chaos and MisFortune Teller. 

Witches Night Out

SATURDAY, October 3rd 6PM-9PM | Downtown Livermore

Gather your Witchiest of Friends for a night of Strolling, Sipping, Tasting and Shopping Downtown. If you’ve missed out on purchasing your ticket… never fear… you can still join the party! Our many restaurants, bars and shopping locations are ready to serve you AND you can still participate in the Hocus Pocus Flash Mob and Hat Contest.

Livermore Airport Open House

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6th 10AM-4PM | livermore municipal airport

Twirling planes and a glass of wine, a day of fun for the whole family! Join Livermore Valley wineries and The City of Livermore in celebrating the 21st annual Airport Open House and Air Show on Saturday, October 6, 2018  at the Livermore Municipal Airport.  The Open House features wine tasting by Livermore Valley wineries, local vendors, vintage cars, music, a fabulous display of aircraft, and an array of food options. 

Pleasanton's Ghost Walk

OCTOBER 19, 20, 26 & 27 | museum on main

Meet the ghosts of Pleasanton’s past in this uniquely spooky annual event held by Museum on Main.  Ghost Walk is a two hour guided tour of Pleasanton’s most haunted sites along Main Street in the downtown area…and you never know what spirits you might encounter along the way!  

Dublin Harvest Fair

SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 12pm-5pm | Dublin heritage park

Enjoy an afternoon of old-fashioned fall fun with farm harvest activities, lively music, and favorite seasonal foods.  Take a tractor-drawn wagon ride, play in the hay, and help us harvest vegetables in the Farm Yard.  Children can try churning butter, apple pressing, doing laundry with a washboard, panning for gold, calf roping, and more. Farm vendors will sell arts and crafts as well as delicious roasted corn, barbecued chicken, caramel apples, kettle corn, pumpkin pie and hot apple cider.  

Antiques & Collectibles Faire

SUNDAY, october 14 8am - 4pm | Downtown Pleasanton

The Fall Antique & Collectibles Faire is returning to Downtown Pleasanton with up to 400 dealers selling items 20 years or older. This is the place to shop or repurposed, up cycled, rustic, antique, and collectible clothing, furniture, jewelry, toys, ephemera, home decor and more! There is no admission fee to attend this event.

Halloween Scavenger Hunt

SATURDAY, october 20 10am - 12pm | Downtown Pleasanton

Calling all little ghouls, witches, princesses and super heroes to downtown Pleasanton. Children 10 years old and younger are invited to come in costume and pick up instructions from the starting location outside of the Museum on Main at 603 Main Street. Children will have to solve a clue in order to find the next downtown location, where they will be given a small goodie or treat. Parents will be given the clue and answer sheet to help their tiny scavengers along the way. 

Harvest Fair

OCTOBER 26 - 28 | ALAMEDA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

Shop hundreds of artisans of American handmade and embellished art & crafts featuring photography, fine jewelry, specialty food, blown glass, wood art, metalwork and more! Three days for the price of one ticket – you won’t find a better bargain!

Halloween Brew Crawl

SATURDAY, october 27 5pm - 8pm | Downtown Pleasanton

Trick or Treating isn’t only for kids, adults can have their fun too! Stroll (or crawl) through beautiful Downtown Pleasanton and sip on craft brews, ciders and mead while enjoying tasty bites along the way at 30+ downtown locations!  

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