San Diego Halloween 2022: Parties, Events, Treats & More

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Halloween in the library: Children can enjoy Halloween stories and treats starting at 5:00 pm on October 26 at the Civic Center Library, 365 F St. There will be Halloween stories, spooky crafts and a game finale. Costumes are encouraged. Spooky Dance Party with Inspire Ballet will be held at 10 a.m. Oct. 26 at the Otay Ranch Library, 2015 Birch Road. Children are encouraged to wear costumes and dancing shoes for a special party; no registration required. At the South Branch Library, 389 Orange Ave., kids can enjoy a Creepy Crayon Halloween Party at 5 p.m. on Oct. 27. Activities include Aaron Reynolds’ Creepy Crayon, songs, games and trick-or-treating in the library. Put on your costume!

Free treats: Village Walk in Eastlake welcomes children 12 and under, dressed in costume and accompanied by an adult, to the free event from 3pm to 5pm on October 31st. Pick up free treat bags at the Halloween table in front of Mission Federal. Parents will receive free coupons. Village Walk at EastLake is located at EastLake Parkway and Miller Drive. Call (858) 695-2700 or visit shopvillagewalk.com.

More free treats: EastLake Village Marketplace will celebrate Halloween with free treats for kids from 3-5pm on October 31st. Those 12 and under who will be in costume and accompanied by an adult will receive free treats from participating merchants. Get free Halloween treat collection bags from US Bank. EastLake Village Marketplace is located at Otay Lakes Road and EastLake Parkway. Call (858) 695-2700 or visit ShopEastLakeMarketplace.com.

Party Time: Novo Brazil Brewing Company is hosting a family Halloween party from 4:00pm to 11:00pm on October 29th, featuring a 10-foot talking animatronic witch, a costume contest, a bounce house, food trucks and music by the Rising Star Band . The brewery is located at 901 Lane Ave.; visiting novobrew.com.

Fun Owl-O-Ween: Living Coast Discovery Center is hosting “Owl-O-Ween,” an off-season Halloween party, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on October 29. Come in costume for an evening of mysterious animal encounters Folklore performance, Día de Muertos storytelling, spooky night hikes, haunted cemetery and more. Tickets are $30 bit.ly/3fWbup4. The Living Coast Discovery Center is located at 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive. Visit www.thelivingcoast.org.

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