Monday, October 31, 2016, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Hesperia Campus, 7885 Arcadia Ave., Hesperia, CA US 92345
Contact: Danette Tharrington | firstname.lastname@example.org
DO ALL OF YOUR TRICK-OR-TREATING IN ONE SAFE PLACE!
FREE night of candy, games, and fun! Food vendors will be available.
Boo at the Zoo is a neighborhood of safe Halloween entertainment, with spooky delight around every corner, including animals on exhibit each evening. There is a Creepy Crawly Critter Animal Show after the flashlight tour, and each child receives complimentary treats, so bring a trick or treat bag! Kids and adults are encouraged to wear fun (not scary) costumes.
Adults $12.00 Children/Seniors $8.00
Don’t forget your flashlights!
From Forever Wild Animal Sanctuary:
Come join us Saturday, October 29th from 4-7pm for an evening of trick or treating, food, drink vendors, extreme feeds, and fun!
Entry: Adults$10, kids $6 and under 3 is free admission.
Please wear family and animal appropriate costumes
Free evening of fun, games, prizes, snow cones, popcorn, bounce house and much more!
ARKHAM ASYLUM COMES TO VICTORVILLE
This year we bring the famous Arkham Asylum to the High Desert on Saturday, Oct. 29. 7-9pm.Victorville Fit Body Bootcamp 12402 Industrial Blvd Victorville, CA 92395
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