Halloween Weekend

Looking for something fun or interesting to do this weekend in the Los Angeles area......

Hollywood Forever Cemetery - Dia de los Muertos - Saturday, Oct. 30th 2pm - 12am
  • The Hollywood Forever Cemetery opens its gates for a Day of the Dead celebration that includes a traditional procession, theater and music performances, a Noche de Catrinas art exhibit, and Mexican food and artisans.   **No coolers, skateboards, or dogs are allowed; Dia de Los Muertos attire is encouraged.   $10 per person / children under 10 are free; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA - http://www.ladayofthedead.com/
17th Annual Dream Halloween - Santa Monica Hanger - Saturday, Oct. 30th 5pm - 8pm
  • Kids can trick-or-treat with Jamie Lee Curtis, Jada Pinkett, and Willow Smith at the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation's Dream Halloween in the Barker Hanger. Trick-or-treaters are invited to come in costume to enjoy toys, costumed characters, games, a live stage show, arts and crafts, and delicious food.  $300 adults / $250 age 16 & under; 3223 Donald Douglas Loop South, Santa Monica, CA -  http://dreamhalloween.org/la.html
Vista San Gabriel's Harvestfest Carnival - Vista San Gabriel School - Friday, Oct. 29th 5pm-7pm
  • The school's annual Harvestfest Carnival, many games and treat booths.  Children may come dressed in their halloween costumes.  Tickets are only .25 cents!!! 18020 East Avenue O, Palmdale, CA 93591
Boo at the LA Zoo - Los Angeles Zoo - Oct. 30th & 31st - Regular Zoo hours 10am - 4pm
  • Kids are invited to the zoo for some safe trick-or-treating fun, pumpkin carving, musical entertainment, and spooky crafts. Face painting, games, a freaky funhouse, and more fun round out the day and make it especially worth wearing a Halloween costume. The wackiest part is always the Stomp 'n' Chomp, when animals like tigers and hippos tear into pumpkins with gusto.  Free with Zoo admission.