Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos
Wednesday, October 24 11:00am – 12:00pm at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks
Kids Club: Kinderwise Halloween Special: Join Sparkelina and Busybee for a magical Halloween adventure through singing, dancing, comedy, skits, learning, fun engaging games and more!
Wednesday, October 24 7:30 – 9:00pm at E P Foster Library Ventura
A Haunted Library Experience Starting from the Second Floor/Children’s Department EntranceKids & Teens of All Ages Welcome
Ages 9 & Under Must Have An Older Sibling or Guardian Won’t You Come In?
more info: https://www.vencolibrary.org/events/foster-horror-stacks-summoning
Dress up in your favorite costume and join us for a ghoulish evening of monstrous fun. Admission is free. Our special Halloween Spooktacluar theme night will include a costume contest, outdoor jazz concert, dance performances, pop up boutique in the barn camarilloranchfoundation.org
Friday, October 26th 3:00 – 4:00pm Ojai Library
Halloween and Autumn-themed craft program. Kids of all ages are invited to decorate crafts including jack-o-lanterns, spooky critters, and Autumn wreaths.Kids are welcome to dress up in their Halloween costumes!
This event is FREE and open to the public.
MORE INFO: https://www.vencolibrary.org/
Harvest Moon Spooktacular
A FREE event featuring games, bouncy houses, crafts, costume contests, and trick-or-treating in downtown businesses. The fun ends with a free movie; The Nightmare Before Christmas
11:00a Games, Bouncy Houses, Crafts at Mission Park, Downtown Ventura
3pm Costume Contest
4-7pm Trick-or Treating at Downtown Businesses
7pm Movie: The Nightmare Before Christmas
more info: https://downtownventura.org/halloween/
“Halloween Haunt in the Park.” Costume Contest and other free activities including bounce houses, face painting, games, hands-on crafts for the kids, Halloween themed movie clips and music.
Costume Contest at 5:30pm
4-7:00pm Trick-or-Treat Village
Join ^ in for a special Dia de los Muertos festival at the Albert H. Soliz Library in El Rio.
Day of the Dead celebrations, food, Oferendas, dance performance by students “Baile de Pina,” a traditional Mixteco dance of the Oaxaca region of southern Mexico; Music by Oxnards's Radio Indiginia 94.1
more info: https://www.vencolibrary.org/events/soliz-dia-de-los-muertos-festival
Enjoy a wonder fall harvest day that is FREE to the public! There will be art activities for children, trick or treating all day, a children’s costume parade at 11:30 a.m., and a costume contest with prizes at noon.
more info: http://www.channelislandsharbor.org/event/farmers-market-pumpkin-fun-day-2/
Sixth annual event by Buena High Students host a Día De Los Muertos cultural Celebration from 6-8p Tuesday Oct 30th with kids activities and a food vendor More information
Trick-or-Treat at the Collection at Riverpark in Oxnard
*******By reservation only *******
Tickets are REQUIRED and reserved for children only; one ticket per trick-or-treater.
Franklin Haynes Marionettes Halloween Puppet Show
Welcome our very spooky friends, joining us for Halloween! They’ll be flying in on strings and have some amazing and scary tricks to share. Join us for some colorful Halloween Marionette fun.
Description:Wednesday, October 31
FREE Admission, Family-friendly Event
Trick-or-Treat Village, Games
Wear your costume for the Costume Contest
Sponsored by: PVRPV
more info: http://www.pvrpd.org/recreation/special_events/halloween/default.asp
Sponsored by the Parks and Rec Department and Various organizations, Bring the kids to trick or treat in Downtown Fillmore!
The Museum of Ventura County Hosts Club Uriangato de Guanajuato for Día de los Muertos, The Dia de los Muertos altars created by Club Uriangato de Guanajuato and other artists and community groups will be on display with an explanation of their significance. Music will be provided by local composer and guitarist Javier San Roman.
For more information visit venturamuseum.org
A cultural celebration in the city of Fillmore with Music, Dancing, Food, Arts and Crafts
Free Family Day
Spend an afternoon exploring, creating and letting your imagination soar. Drop in for free, hands-on family fun activities. Families with children of all ages and abilities are welcome.
No reservations required and admission is FREE for the whole family.
more info: http://www.carnegieam.org/
Spend the day Museum Hopping in a Community Cultural Celebration for Dia De Los Muertos!
Celebrate Día de los Muertos at four different locations around Santa Paula
California Oil Museum, the Museum of Ventura County’s Agriculture Museum, Pierce Brothers Santa Paula Cemetery, and the Santa Paula Art Museum.
This free, family-friendly event will include traditional craft making activities, music, Aztec and Folklórico dancers, face painting, storytelling, and altar installations.
Hours and activities vary by location. Admission is free for everyone.
more info: https://www.santapaulaartmuseum.org