What better way to kick-off the Fall season than with a Halloween fun run, trick or treating for the whole family and German imported drinks and eats! At this point, we are all aware of the typical October festivities – pumpkin carving, haunted houses and costume parties. This year, you can still enjoy your favorite Fall activity while taking part in a completely new and unexpected Fall family tradition!
Halloween Terrifying Ten: October 27th
Renegade Race Series will put on the Halloween Terrifying Ten that will take place at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point, Ca. You will have the opportunity to choose between the Terrifying 10-Miler, Spooky 10K, 5K or the Superhero Half Mile Kids Run. You cannot go wrong as this race includes something for everyone in your family!
Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in costume and pumpkin decorating contests all while taking in the beautiful views of the Southern California coast. As you run along the course, be sure to watch out for spooks, ghosts and goblins!
Treats in the Streets Autumn Festival: October 24th
Get your trick or treating fix at Treats in the Streets! This local event will take place at the Historic Old Towne Orange Plaza where spooky ghosts, brave superheroes and fairytale princesses will gather in an effort to celebrate Fall in a big way. The event will be of no charge and will feature various activities such as games, interactive displays, entertainment, a costume parade and delicious food provided by local non-profit groups at a very small cost. Be sure to also stop by the Seven Gables Old Towne Orange office for extra treats! Don’t miss out on all the family fun and be sure to come dressed in your Halloween best!
Old World Oktoberfest: September 9th through October 28th
Quickly becoming known as Orange County’s biggest party since 1977, Old World Oktoberfest is back for another year and ready to celebrate its 40th anniversary! Happening in Huntington Beach, the festival will offer imported German beer, sweet and savory authentic German food, German bands straight out of Germany and more. Not only does this Fall festival appeal to the older crowd, it is also kid friendly. On Sundays, family friendly Kinderfest invites the little ones for dog races, carnival games, face painting and bounce houses. Don’t miss out on one of the best festivals of the Fall!