Haunted houses, ghost walks, beer crawls, and corn mazes – it’s finally Halloween! Check out the tricks and treats that the Tri-Valley has in store for us this year, below:
Joan’s Farm & Pumpkin Patch in Livermore features plenty of playgrounds for kids, farm-themed photo ops, a fort maze, and pony rides on the weekend. They’re open from October 1-31 from 9am-6pm everyday.
If you’d rather tackle a corn maze with your friends, head to G&M Farms in Livermore. Once you find your way out, check out their cow train, pony rides, straw bale maze, corn box, pedal carts, barnyard blasters or jumping pillows.
Have you ever seen a floating pumpkin patch? Head down to the City of Dublin’s Floating Pumpkin Patch to pick out your preferred pumpkin. Entry fee includes one regular-size pumpkin, decorating materials, and entry into Recreation Swimming. Pre-registration is required by October 23 to receive a pumpkin. Recommended for ages 3 years and older.
The Blackhawk Museum is hosting their 17th Halloween Bash, featuring DJ Chris Clouse, live music on the plaza by The Breakfast Klub, several no host bars and food for purchase by Scott’s Seafood.
The most frightfully fun night of the year is here and we’re just dying for this Halloween bash. Tricks, treats, and eats abound at McGah’s annual Halloween party, the East Bay’s most spectacular spookfest. Join McGah’s for their famous ghouling pianos, costume contests, games, specialty cocktails and more!
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