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Fall & Halloween in the Tri-Valley

Fall & Halloween in the Tri-Valley

PUMPKIN PATCHES, COMFORT FOOD & SPOOKY DRIVE THRUS

Looking for fun, safe things to do in the Tri-Valley this Fall? Whether you’re a lover of all things pumpkin spice, looking for a family-friendly adventure, or you’re up for some virtual ghost hunting, we’ve got something for everyone in the upcoming events happening this Fall in the Tri-Valley. 

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Drive-Thru Haunted House

The Pirates of Emerson Haunted House is back for their 29th year in the Tri-Valley, except this year it’ll be a drive-thru experience! Lock your doors and hold on to your seat, this will be unlike any haunted house you’ve visited before!
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Oktoberfest Dinner & Beer Pairing

Who would have known that beer and bocce were such a great combo? Reserve your spot at this upcoming 5-course Oktoberfest dinner paired with authentic German beers hand selected by Eric Wall, owner of local craft beer hub, BottleTaps. For more information or to make reservations, call 925-249-9800. 

Visit Joan's Farm & Pumpkin Patch

Located nearby Livermore Valley Wine Country, Joan’s Farm & Pumpkin Patch is a local staple for fall fun. This year, Old West Town, the Old Farm Museum and Fort Maze will all be open to visitors. Pick from a sea of pumpkins in every shape, size or color, kick back and watch the farm animals play, or take fun fall pictures with their photo back drops. More Info →

bins of apples at alden lane nursey
Taste Test Farm-Fresh Apples

It’s officially fall, which means it’s apple season in California. Browse through a wide selection of apple varieties at Alden Lane Nursery and purchase fresh-picked apples to taste test later. This is also a great spot to pick up your pumpkins!
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Get Started on Holiday Shopping

Enjoy a scaled-back version of one of Downtown Livermore’s most treasured art-centric events. This one-day outdoor art fair gives you the chance to meet local artists and buy one-of-a-kind, original hand made pieces. Purchase new art or hand made jewelry for yourselves or plan ahead and pick up beautiful, unique gifts ahead of holiday season.  More Info →

Downtown Pleasanton's Ghost Walk
Virtual Ghost Walk

Meet the ghosts of Pleasanton’s past in this uniquely spooky annual event held by Museum on Main. This year, this popular guided walking tour is moving to Zoom! Two ghost hosts will be live on Zoom to guide your virtual tour of downtown Pleasanton’s most haunted locations. More Info →

public art installation of a large heart covered in mirrors
Hearts on Hartz Scavenger Hunt

Make a day of walking through Downtown Danville to find 17 larger-than-life heart sculptures, each unique adorned by a local artist. Follow the clues to spell out a secret phrase for a special prize! Love public art? Check out more exhibits still on display in the Tri-Valley.  More Info →

Drive-Thru Dinosaur Adventure

It’s officially fall, which means it’s apple season in California. Browse through a wide selection of apple varieties at Alden Lane Nursery and purchase fresh-picked apples to taste test later. This is also a great spot to pick up your pumpkins!
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Peruse Classic Cruisers

The 38th All American Get-Together, originally scheduled for March 2020, is now slated for this fall. Head to the Alameda County Fairgrounds for two days of top-notch vendors and viewing classic All American cars. Can’t make it to this event? Visit the Blackhawk Auto Museum for a private tour of priceless, one-of-a-kind automobiles.