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3 Things to Do on Halloween in Corona When you’re ‘Too Old’ to get Dressed Up

Posted on October 24th, 2017 by showcase

3 Things to Do on Halloween in Corona When you’re ‘Too Old’ to get Dressed Up

Halloween has grown to become one of the biggest festivities of the year. This can be attributed to the subtle yet profound fact that even though it’s supposed to be celebrated only on a single day, the event is actually celebrated throughout October. You can already see lawns adorned with different scary items while different monsters and ghouls flock the streets. Even if you have not started yet, there is nothing to worry about since there is still enough time to have fun.

To make it even easier, you can book some fast and efficient transportation at our limo service in Corona, which will guarantee that you are able to attend as many events as possible in what’s left of this exciting season. This short list of cool places and events should help get you started on your Halloween experience in Corona.

 

Corona Harvest Festival

Now here is one unique way to celebrate Halloween in Corona. Regardless of your religious affiliations, the Covenant Life Church welcomes everyone for a Halloween celebration in the premises’ parking lot. This unconventional celebration is totally free and has been happening every year for the past 35 years. This is an excellent way to meet new people from the community, participate in various games and activities, share free candy, etc. This year’s event is scheduled for 31st October between 5 and 9 p.m.

 

The Corona Halloween Light Show

Attend the Corona Light Show throughout this month; every Sunday to Thursday between 7 and 9 pm and every Friday and Saturday between 7 and 11 pm. The light show is another old Corona tradition that includes singing and dancing competitions along with other exciting activities. You can also simply park your car, turn up the volume, and enjoy a beer as you relish the light show and all other activities around you.

 

 

Home Gardens Library Halloween Carnival

The Home Gardens Library hosts an annual Halloween Carnival that provides a free and family-friendly environment for everyone. Head over to the Home Gardens Library with your family and friends this year for a myriad of Halloween games, friendly competitions, face painting, arts and crafts, and daring costume competitions that the kids will particularly enjoy since they’re still young enough to play dress-up.

Posted on October 24th 2017

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