Halloween events

Grant Parrish, Ben Anderson, Alexa Parrish and Levi Anderson (left to right) are excited about the Fall Festival at Cowboy Fellowship on Saturday. LYNSE PAWELEK | COURTESY PHOTO

Grant Parrish, Ben Anderson, Alexa Parrish and Levi Anderson (left to right) are excited about the Fall Festival at Cowboy Fellowship on Saturday. LYNSE PAWELEK | COURTESY PHOTO

Cowboy Fellowship Fall Festival

These kids can’t wait for the 2020 Fall Festival sponsored by Cowboy Fellowship. This year’s event will be Saturday, Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m.

There will be some new activity booths, but the yearly favorites will also be waiting for you. Don’t miss the fishing booths, trash toss, pony rides, climbing wall, ring toss, Plinko games, and much more. Several civic organizations and school and community groups will have games and information, too.

A special area for toddlers and small children will be just the right spot for the little ones from 1 to 4 years old. Games of skill will be fun for older children and teens to ensure there is something for everybody this year.

Tons of candy will be given away all night long. Free candy or prizes will be available at every booth. The festival will be in the field near the arena. Sanitization protocols and CDC guidelines will be followed.

The highlight of this year’s Fall Festival is a Costume Contest. Categories include Best Bible Character, Best Essential Worker, Best Celebrity, Best Actor or Movie Costume and Best Group Costume. Prizes will be awarded for the top three costumes in each age range in each group. Bicycles, electronics, a flat top grill, a 65-inch and a 75-inch TV are some of the prizes.

 

 

Mark your calendar now for Oct. 31 and plan to be part of the fun and entertainment at the Fall Festival. There is no admission fee.

Wear a costume or come as you are for an evening filled with music, games, prizes and fireworks. See the ad in this week’s Pleasanton Express on page 6B for more details. For additional formation call 769-3733 or visit www.cowboyfellowship.org.

Trick or Treat Trail

This Halloween, bring the family out to the Pleasanton River Park from 5-7 p.m.

The City of Pleasanton Parks and Recreation Department will host a free Trick or Treat Trail with safety protocols in place, Saturday, Oct. 31. Join them for free candy and treats.

Over 40 groups/organizations have signed up to pass out candy at the event. Those with questions may email tgarza@ pleasantontx.gov or call 830-569-5904.

Charlotte Trunk or Treat

Enjoy lots of candies and goodies at the first ever Charlotte Trojans Trunk or Treat event this Saturday, Oct. 31. Join them from 6-7:30 p.m. at the drive-thru in Charlotte’s town square. Enter on Yule Street and exit onto FM 140.

If you would like to participate in the Trunk or Treat in Charlotte call Cathy Pawelek at 830-570- 4382 or Luna’s Tire Shop at 830-277-1661. The event is sponsored by Luna’s Tire Shop, P3 Ranch, AA Land- Key and DMW Ranch.

The Office Bar and Grill Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween night, head on out to The Office Bar and Grill, 205 East Hunt St. in Pleasanton, for a Halloween Spooktacular Bash from 1-6 p.m.

There will be music by DJ Sosa, witches brew brownies, cauldrons decorating, train ride for kids and bouncy castles! There will also be games available and a costume contest for adults and kids from 5-6 p.m.

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