FALLBROOK – La Paloma School will once again be the site of the popular annual Safe Halloween activity for the children of Fallbrook. It will be held Sun., Oct. 31 from 5 to 7:30 p.m. and is sponsored by Fallbrook Village Rotary Club, Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD), the Friends of Fallbrook Community Center, County Parks and Recreation and numerous clubs and service groups.
The event will include games, prizes, music, costume contests, treats, lots of fun and Halloween hijinx. Plans include lots of games and many trick-or-treat opportunities!
A costume contest will be divided into categories, such as most creative, scariest, and most elaborate, and will be held every half-hour beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Carnival games will be manned by community service groups at various stations in the quad at La Paloma School. Other service organizations will provide balloons, and popcorn.
Extra parking is being arranged, along with light towers to ensure safe, easy access to the event. Parking and traffic will be handled by the Sheriff’s senior volunteers, under the direction of Manny Ortega.
Other groups participating in the event include Fallbrook Kiwanis Club, Key Club, Asian / Pacific Islander Club, Fallbrook Healthcare District, Fallbrook Equipment Rentals, FUESD, Fallbrook Firefighters Association, Explorer Scouts, and others.
This event is free of charge and open to all children from preschool age up. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
If you would like to volunteer, or make a donation for Safe Halloween, please contact the Fallbrook Community Center at (760) 728-1671.