2017 Kids Halloween Events in the Inland Empire

A List of Fun Halloween Events for Kids in the Inland Empire!

October 13, 2017

Ontario-

“Boo! Halloween for Little Ones”  Ovitt Family Community Library (215 East C Street)  2-5PM

Have fun at our Halloween celebration with ghostly games, creepy crafts, and spooky snacks. Don’t forget your costume!

Riverside

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM

The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.
The Heritage House, built in the Victorian style, will display in all its somber glory the elements of Victorian death. A séance in the parlor, an antique crystal ball, and the magic of tarot cards are just part of the experience. When her beloved consort Albert died, England’s Queen Victoria mourned for the rest of her life. She became known for traditionally wearing black and was imbued with a sense of sorrow. Her loyal subjects followed her lead and Victorian England became a place of dark and dramatic elements. The Heritage House will be draped in traditional mourning and the House volunteers will offer guests a glimpse of clothing, stationery, and unusual relics

October 14, 2017

Riverside

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM

The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.
The Heritage House, built in the Victorian style, will display in all its somber glory the elements of Victorian death. A séance in the parlor, an antique crystal ball, and the magic of tarot cards are just part of the experience. When her beloved consort Albert died, England’s Queen Victoria mourned for the rest of her life. She became known for traditionally wearing black and was imbued with a sense of sorrow. Her loyal subjects followed her lead and Victorian England became a place of dark and dramatic elements. The Heritage House will be draped in traditional mourning and the House volunteers will offer guests a glimpse of clothing, stationery, and unusual relics.

October 15, 2017

Riverside

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM

The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.
The Heritage House, built in the Victorian style, will display in all its somber glory the elements of Victorian death. A séance in the parlor, an antique crystal ball, and the magic of tarot cards are just part of the experience. When her beloved consort Albert died, England’s Queen Victoria mourned for the rest of her life. She became known for traditionally wearing black and was imbued with a sense of sorrow. Her loyal subjects followed her lead and Victorian England became a place of dark and dramatic elements. The Heritage House will be draped in traditional mourning and the House volunteers will offer guests a glimpse of clothing, stationery, and unusual relics.

October 18, 2017

Riverside

Riverside (Main Library) Teen Program: Halloween Craft-  4-6PM- Teen socialization through crafts.

October 20, 2017

Lake Elsinore-

“Howl-O-Ween Spooktacular”  Lake Community Center 5-8PM

Recreation Staff is brewing up a special treat for the community. Be a part of the frightfully fun night with carnival games, activities & crafts. Food is available for purchase. Entrance is free & costumes are encouraged!

Riverside

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM

The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 5-9PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 21, 2017

Beaumont

“Monster Mash” Community Recreation Center  (1310 Oak Valley)   4-8PM

Calling all ghosts and ghouls! On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the City of Beaumont and the Beaumont Library District will host the annual Monster Mash Halloween Party! The event will take place from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Albert A. Chatigny Sr. Community Recreation Center, located at 1310 Oak Valley Parkway. Eerie entertainment will include free games and in-door trick or treating with bouncers and food available for purchase. The highlight of the evening will be a costume contest at 6:30 p.m. This event is fun for the entire family!

Rancho Cucamonga-

“Merry Halloween”  Victoria Gardens   10:30-2PM

It’s all treats and no tricks at the upcoming Victoria Gardens Kidz Club event! On Saturday, October 21st from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., kids and families will gather in Chaffey Town Square to enjoy a “fang-tastic” Kidz Club event!  This frightfully fun Halloween event will feature fun-filled games, entertainment, prizes and more!
Kids will have the opportunity to decorate and design their very own jack-o-lantern pumpkins!

Riverside

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM

The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.

“Riverside Zombie Crawl”    Downtown Riverside  2-6PM

Free family-oriented event with Halloween themed children’s crafts, face painting and balloon artists, Zombie themed carnival games with prizes, and costume contest with prizes in three age groups. Event includes DJ Albert Figueroa with dance music, plus dance performance by a local group

“Hocus Pocus” and “Corpse Bride”.  Tombstone Cinema (Evergreen Cinema) 6-10PM

Tombstone Cinema Presents  “Hocus Pocus” and “Corpse Bride”. $15 Per Person (Kids 12 and under FREE!). Movie Starts: 6:00 PM, Gates Open: 5:00 PM. Please Bring low back chairs and/or blankets to sit on. Don’t forget to visit our Snack Bar for pizza by the slice, drinks, popcorn and candy! You may bring in your own picnic basket if you wish.

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 9AM-10PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 22, 2017

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 9AM-10PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 26, 2017

Redlands-

“Mansion Muchkins- Halloween Hoot”    Burrage Mansion (1205 W. Crescent) 10-12:30PM

Mansion Munchkins is a fun event that children, ages 6 and under, and their Moms can enjoy together. (Grandparents and Dads are welcome.) We will have various activities that will range from crafts, cooking, playtime, etc. These activities change for each event.
Each Mansion Munchkins day will end with a group picnic. Lunch is not included, but you may bring your own food and a blanket and enjoy our lovely picnic area and make new friends. Our goal is for Moms to make memories with their munchkins and to encourage friendships with other Moms at this precious stage of life. $15 for the first two children $5 for each additional sibling This is a fundraiser for Mansion Memories, a nonprofit that sponsors “Magical Day Events” for children in crisis.

October 27, 2017

Riverside-

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM
The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.

“Ghost Walk”  Downtown Riverside (University & Main)  6-11PM

Ghost Walk Riverside is an event unlike any other! The event offers four distinctive story-telling walking tours throughout downtown Riverside. The tours range from the perfect youngster spook-fest to more daring tours for the adventurous tour-goer.Live Entertainment from the festival stage including Senryu Taiko and others. Kids’ Activities and Games at the Kids’ Halloween Carnival with PRIZES! Kiddie Halloween Costume Contest – Ages 10 and under
Fun Food Vendors, Boo-tiques and More!

Mistress Yvonne’s Annual Haunted House  (19206 Bergamont Dr) Dusk- 10PM

Zombie Walk, The Lost Mummy Room, The Morgue, The Meat Locker, Circus De Kill, Vampire Bar, The Gallery, The Butcher Shop, Torture Town, The Funeral Home, Freddi’s Junk Yard, Death Diner, and more! They have special tours for children (the monsters don’t jump out!)

“Beyond the Black Veil”    Riverside (Heritage House) (8193 Magnolia)   12-3PM
The Victorians took life and death seriously – especially death! The Riverside Heritage House is proud to introduce the Victorian tradition of the Day of Mourning at “Beyond the Black Veil” for three weekends in October.

“Trunk or Treat”  Riverside Airport (6951 Flight Road ) 5-7PM

Make Trick O’ Treat easy and safe this year.  Join us for Trunk or Treat at the Riverside Airport!

Villegas Park (3091 Esperanza St)  “Horror Nights”  5-8PM

Villegas Park Advisory Committee will be hosting a Horror Nights with a Village of the Doomed Haunted House, Game and Food Booths, Pie Toss and a Trunk or Treat sponsored by car clubs Bomb Life and Latin Bombas

Temecula-

“Halloween Carnival”   Ronald Reagan Sports Park (30875 Rancho Vista Rd) 5:30 - 8:30 PM

Calling all Beauties, Beasts, Trolls, and Storm Troopers! Bring your empty bucket to be filled with candy and prizes at our annual Halloween Carnival. Games, costume contest, jumps, and train rides await! Don’t miss this treat-filled Temecula tradition. $5/ wristband= unlimited games & prizes, excludes food vendors

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 9AM-10PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 28, 2017

Big Bear-

“Boo at the Zoo”  Alpine Zoo    11-3PM

Bring your children (and yourself) to the Big Bear Alpine Zoo’s “Boo in the Zoo!” dressed in costumes to this special afternoon of Tricks ‘n Treats.

Chino Hills-

“Haunted Halloween Weekend”   Chino Hills State Park 10-5PM

Walk through the haunted house, partake in creepy craft, and take a stroll through the spooky graveyard trail! Sponsored by Chino Hills State Park.

Lake Elsinore-

“Dia De Las Muertas”  City Park (243 S. Main St)  1-7PM

The annual Dia De Los Muertos event will be returning to City Park. There will be vendors selling handmade items, food vendors, live music, dancers, picture spots, altars, and crafts, Bring your folding chair to enjoy the entire afternoon in the park.

Montclair

“Childrens Halloween Party”   Community Center (5111 Benito St)  5:30-8:00PM

Candy * Games * Refreshments * Costume Contest * Prizes. Costume Contest at 6:45 pm.

Norco-

“Creepy Crawly Craft Workshop”   Norco Community Center (3900 Acacia) 10-12PM

Costume Contest, Pumpkin Decorating Contest, Mummy Wrap and more! Crafts and Activities:
Photo Props, Witches Brew Slime, Goblin Guts, Halloween Corner Bookmarks, Edible Spiders,
Yarn Pumpkins.

Riverside-

“Ghost Walk”  Downtown Riverside (University & Main)  6-11PM

Ghost Walk Riverside is an event unlike any other! The event offers four distinctive story-telling walking tours throughout downtown Riverside. The tours range from the perfect youngster spook-fest to more daring tours for the adventurous tour-goer.Live Entertainment from the festival stage including Senryu Taiko and others. Kids’ Activities and Games at the Kids’ Halloween Carnival with PRIZES! Kiddie Halloween Costume Contest – Ages 10 and under
Fun Food Vendors, Boo-tiques and More!

Mistress Yvonne’s Annual Haunted House  (19206 Bergamont Dr) Dusk- 10PM

Zombie Walk, The Lost Mummy Room, The Morgue, The Meat Locker, Circus De Kill, Vampire Bar, The Gallery, The Butcher Shop, Torture Town, The Funeral Home, Freddi’s Junk Yard, Death Diner, and more! They have special tours for children (the monsters don’t jump out!)

“Trunk or Treat”  The Cove (4310 Camino Real)  5-8:30PM

Trunk or Treat is a Halloween event where people gather and park their decorated cars , open their trunks and pass out candy. The event provides a safe family entertainment for trick or treating. 5-6:00pm  Park and Decorate your trunk, 6-8:00pm  Trunk or Treat, 8-8:30pm  Exit Lot ( no cars will be allowed to exit lot until 8:00pm for the safety of others).

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 9AM-10PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 29, 2017

Chino Hills-

“Haunted Halloween Weekend”   Chino Hills State Park 10-5PM

Walk through the haunted house, partake in creepy craft, and take a stroll through the spooky graveyard trail! Sponsored by Chino Hills State Park.

Riverside-

Mistress Yvonne’s Annual Haunted House  (19206 Bergamont Dr) Dusk- 10PM

Zombie Walk, The Lost Mummy Room, The Morgue, The Meat Locker, Circus De Kill, Vampire Bar, The Gallery, The Butcher Shop, Torture Town, The Funeral Home, Freddi’s Junk Yard, Death Diner, and more! They have special tours for children (the monsters don’t jump out!

Yermo-

“Monster Mayhem”  Calico Ghost Town (36600 Ghost Town) 9AM-10PM

Activities include but are not limited to: Animal Shows, Stage Performances, Live Music, Trick-or-Treating, Kids Carnival Tent, Escape Room, Haunted Mazes and Attractions, Pumpkin Carving, Magic Show, Games and Contests And more!!!  Adults $15 per person
Child (4-11): $10 per person, 3 and under: Free

October 31, 2017

Big Bear-

“Halloween in the Village”   Big Bear Lake Village  5-7:30PM

Bring your kids to the safest place to Trick-or-Treat this Halloween! With 50+ places to stop for candy you are sure to fulfill your sweet tooth. Take a walk through the village seeing all the horrors that it has to offer! Don’t forget your costume or you’ll miss out on the trick or treating!

Chino-

“Halloween Spooktacular” Chino (Chino Spectrum)   4-8PM

The City of Chino and Chino Spectrum Marketplace invite the Community to the Halloween Spooktacular.  Event activities will begin at 4:00 p.m. and conclude at 8:00 p.m. at the Chino Spectrum Marketplace. Trick or Treat at the Spectrum. Free Games, Live Music, Giveaways and a Costume Contest!

Chino Hills-

“Trick or Treat”   The Shoppes @ Chino Hills  3-5PM

The City of Chino Hills will provide children with a fun and safe environment to go trick-or-treating.  Children will participate in a variety of activities, including craft projects, games, and a costume contest.  Candy and crafts available while supplies last. Remember to bring your treat bag!

Colton-

“Halloween Festival”  Fleming Park  5-8PM

Aliens, outer planets, spacemen, and Mars…this Halloween we’re going to blast off into the stars! This out of world event will have food vendors, games, crafts, entertainment, and costume contest. Check website for costume contest times.

Corona-

“Halloween at The Shoppes” Dos Lagos Shopping Center (2780 Cabot) 4-7PM

Come Participate in Safe Trick-or-Treating at The Shops at Dos Lagos. The Shops at Dos Lagos invites the community to participate in its safe trick-or-treating event – Zombie Maze. The FREE event will be hosted by KFROG Radio Personality Christy McLeap and will feature:

Costume Contest: Prizes for 3 Categories & 1 Grand Prize Winner:
– Kids ages 12 & under (Prizes for Top 3)
– Kids over 12 (Prizes for Top 3)
– Family (Prizes for Top 3)
* Zombie stilt walker and roaming Zombies
* Halloween Games with Free Prizes
* Face painting, balloon artist and music
* Zombie Maze
* Magician

Fontana-

“Dia de los Muertos” Jack Bulik Center (16581 Filbert Street) 4-7PM

Costume contest, trunk or treating, game booths, music and face painting. You can also pay tribute to a loved one by decorating an alter.

“Fangtastic Night”   Don Day Center at Southridge Park (14501 Live Oak Avenue)  4-7PM

There will be a costume contest, games, crafts and trick-or-treat booths. The evening includes vampires, werewolves and other creatures with funny and wacky fangs.

“Trunk or Treat”  Jessie Turner Center (15556 Summit Avenue)   4-7PM

Bring a trick-or-treat bag for the opportunity to travel from car to car to collect candy. Trick or treaters must be accompanied by an adult at all times. There will also be ghostly entertainment such as a haunted house, costume contest and game booths.

Lake Elsinore-

“Fangtastic Halloween”  Outlets @ Lake Elsinore   5:30-7:30PM

Trick or treat at participating stores, and a magic show!

Moreno Valley-

“Trick or Treat”  Moreno Valley Mall (22500 Town Circle) 4-6PM

Bring a bag and join the fun! Ages 2-12

Redlands-

“Trick or Treat”  Downtown Redlands  3-4PM

The City of Redlands will again provide safe trick-or-treating and storytelling in Historic Downtown Redlands this Halloween, Oct. 31, from 3 to 4 p.m. City volunteers and Downtown storefronts will be distributing candy while supplies last.

Riverside-

Mistress Yvonne’s Annual Haunted House  (19206 Bergamont Dr) Dusk- 10PM

Zombie Walk, The Lost Mummy Room, The Morgue, The Meat Locker, Circus De Kill, Vampire Bar, The Gallery, The Butcher Shop, Torture Town, The Funeral Home, Freddi’s Junk Yard, Death Diner, and more! They have special tours for children (the monsters don’t jump out!)

Upland-

“Scary-A-Faire Celebration”  Downtown Upland (2nd Ave & 9th St)   5-8PM

Join us for a FREE haunting experience at the Annual Scary-A-Faire Celebration…The City of Upland’s safe alternative to Trick-Or-Treating.  As always, the trick-or-treaters will make their way safely through fun interactive games and activities, receiving tricks or treats at each stop along the way.   Dress up in your Halloween attire for our costume contest from 5:00 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. in the following categories:  Best Character Representation, Scariest, Most Creative, Cutest, and Judges Choice.   The costume contest will end promptly at 7:10 p.m. with the acknowledgement of winners at approximately 7:30 p.m.  Food vendors will be present for a nominal fee.  Hosted by the City of Upland Recreation and Community Services Division and OldSkool 66 Cruzers.