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Dust off your costumes and bring your little ghouls down to Laguna Beach this Halloween for a frightfully good time!
There's fun for your entire monstrous family all month long in and around Laguna Beach. From pumpkin carving to haunted trails you'll find the perfect way to celebrate all hallows eve. Check out all the spooktacular events below.
On Saturday 10/9, Laguna Beach Beer Company will be turning their tasting rooms into Bavarian beer halls with a bunch of new beer releases, LBBC steins, oompah music, German food specials, and all manner of Oktoberfest revelry. Assemble your crews, get there early to secure a table, and join them in celebrating everyone's favorite Autumn festival.
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The Laguna Beach Parents Club invites you to their 10th Annual Halloween Walk 2021. Grab your kids and parade with them down Forest Avenue to conclude at Laguna Presbyterian Church for an after party of food, DJ and prizes. They congregate at Main Beach and start the parade at 4:45pm and conclude in the Presbyterian Parkin Lot at 7pm.
Geared towards a hands on experience for families and focused around kids age range from 8 to 14 years old. All admission will require ticket and participation, for more info and to purchase your ticket please click here. We are excited to cook together!
Dinner reservations start at 4pm and you are welcome to walk over to the party at 8pm. Happy Hour starts at 4pm until 5:30pm. The bar area will be reserved for the dance party starting at 8 pm with DJ Al-B . Get in the spirit and join the fun in a costume!
Shhhhhh! Join McClain Cellars in Laguna Beach for "Don't tell the G-Man SpeakEasy Costume Soiree!" It's January 17, 1920, and National Prohibition Act was just established. No more booze of any kind. Transport yourself back in time to the days when going out for a glass of wine, a shot of liquor, or a beer was illegal. Back then many thousands of formerly legal saloons across the country catering only to men closed down. People wanting to drink had to buy liquor from licensed druggists for “medicinal” purposes, clergymen for “religious” reasons, or illegal sellers known as bootleggers. Another option was to enter private, unlicensed barrooms, nicknamed “speakeasies” for how low you had to speak the “password” to gain entry so as not to be overheard by law enforcement. Well, those days are back for one exciting night. Please join us for the first official speak-easy event at McClain Cellars in Laguna Beach, CA. Live music, great wine, awesome fun, and a memory that will last a lifetime. RSVP here.
The "Mask-A-Rad" Halloween Ball Fundraiser supporting LBCAC is to be held at the scenic, seaside Moss Point Estate. Musical entertainment by Jerry Segura, Ryan Heflin & Band, The Laguna Tenor Rick Weber, and a Tasting Menu by Chef Steven Orlick. Costume contest, mask contest, and a silent auction. Get tickets here.
Haunt of Halloween at the Kaleidoscope Mall in nearby Mission Viejo, CA, is the ideal Halloween experience for Halloween fanatics. It features a haunted maze, scare zone, sideshows & more to get into the Halloween spirit! It's a frighteningly realistic haunted attraction that unmasks the true spirit of Halloween that will have you coming back for more. FREE PARKING! Admission tickets are sold with a scheduled entrance during 30 minute time slots, each hour. Select your preferred entrance time slot and arrive during your slot. Capacity is limited for this event. Get your tickets here.
In nearby Laguna Niguel terrors come to contemporary life for one of the spookier events in the area. There was a hotel in the Valley of Crowns that sat empty for years due to mysterious sounds. The hallowed halls are haunted by those from the past, screaming, and searching for answers at last! Guides will escort groups through the old hotel, the lobby, kitchen, and the gardens of HELL! This popular, but terrifying, event is recommended for guests 8 years old and up. The haunted trails are located in Crown Valley Community Park at 29751 Crown Valley Parkway. For more information please call (949) 425-5100 or check out their facebook page.