Safe Halloween events around the Valley
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- After weeks of anticipation, Halloween is finally here. Kids all over the Valley are getting ready for a busy night of trick or treating.
For many families Halloween is a fun time of year, but parents are also concerned about their kids as they go door to door trick or treating. But there are some safe options across the Valley where you can do some one stop trick or treating like the New Covenant Church in Northeast Fresno.
The New Covenant Community Church on Maple and Nees in Northeast Fresno is holding their annual "Trunk or Treat" event. Kids go Trick or Treating from the open trunks of cars filled with candy.
The Trunk or Treat event takes place tonight, October 31st from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. The public is invited. There will be candy, pumpkin patch, carnival and more.
New Covenant Church, Fresno
Wednesday, October 31st 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
We 're rolling out the red (or should we say "orange") carpet to our community at our annual Trunk 'R Treat event on Wednesday, October 31st. The event is open to the public between 6:30 pm & 8:00 pm and you are invited to join us for a great family evening.
In addition to tons of trunks filled with tons of candy, you and your family will be able to enjoy:
- A Pumpkin Patch with games and activities for the wee little ones.
- Carnival games and bounce houses.
- Family photos.
- Great food vendors (additional fee) with tasty treats.
More safe Halloween events:
Golden Living Center Spooks and Treats
3 pm -4:30pm -- 2715 Fresno street
Golden Livingcenter residents and clinical staff will celebrate the Halloween holiday by handing out candy to children (in or out of costume) attending the "trick or treat" event. The "Spooks and Treats" event will offer families a safe Halloween experience, and give residents a fun environment to celebrate with the community.
Trunk or Treat
Today, Wednesday, Oct 31 6:00p to 8:00p
Visalia First Church of The Nazarene, Visalia, CA - 3333 West Caldwell Avenue
Visalia Nazarene church presents Trunk or Treat a family alternative to Trick or Treating. Bounce Houses Train Rides Trunk or Treating Giant Indoor Maze Kids Karnival Hay Rides Food Court
Trick or treat in the Sierra Vista Mall
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Sierra Vista Mall will be hosting their annual safe trick or treat event. Children ages 10 and under are invited to come to the mall and trick or treat with over 75 tenants handing out candy. This is a great way to enjoy Halloween in a safe environment.
More information: www.sierravistamall.com or call (559) 299-0660.
Children's Harvest Fest
Cornerstone Church on Stanislaus & Broadway in Fresno
5:00pm - 9:00pm
More information: (559) 442-0122
Selma "It Lives" Halloween event
5pm - 8:30pm -- Pioneer Village
1880 Art Gonzalas Parkway in Selma
Haunted house, hay rides, trunk or treat, candy stations, food booths & family fun!
More information: (559) 891-2237
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm -- First Armenian Presbyterian Church
430 South First Street at Historic Huntington Boulevard
Festival activities include a gourmet hot dog dinner, bounce house, carnival games with candy prizes, ringo bingo, nonstop popcorn and dance dance revolution, among many others. Guests of all ages are invited to wear friendly costumes to the seasonal "open house" gathering.
Annual Hanford Fall Festival
5:30pm - 8:30pm at the Downtown Hanford Civic Square
More Information: 585-2500
Harvest Carnival in Chowchilla
6pm - 8pm -- Grace Community Church Of Chowchilla
238 Kings Avenue
Free hot dog dinner and candy.
24th Annual Downtown Sanger Halloween Party
6:30pm - 8:00pm -- Downtown Sanger - 7th & N Streets
Safe and fun trick or treating for children preschool to sixth grade. Community groups will sell hot dogs & take scary pictures of the costumed ghouls & goblins in attendance.
More information: (559) 875-4575
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