What’s going on about town on Halloween Weekend

What’s going on about town on Halloween WeekendBy LAURA QUEZADA, News Review Staff Writer

CLOTA Spook House at 1425 N Inyo St. takes you on a crooked mile from 6-10pm on October 22, 23, 29, 30 & 31. Admission is $5 for 12 and up and $3 for under 12. Rest assured, they can adjust the “spooky” level.

Farmers Market Halloween Fun, Oct 30 9am-1pm, bounce houses, face painting, trick or treating, costume contest, Halloween photos in front of Ridgecrest Cinemas, 1631 Triangle Dr. October 30th from 6-10pm. The Salvation Army is hosting A Tween/Teen Halloween - All kids aged 11-17 are welcome for food, fun, and festivities. 151 N Downs St.

Trunk-or-Treat, Grace Lutheran Church and Ridgecrest Church of the Nazarene, Saturday, Oct. 30, 5:30-7:30pm, 571 N Norma. Wear your costume and get some treats!

Reach New Frights – Fall Festival, Oct 30, 4-8pm, Alta One Federal Credit Union. Jack-o-Lantern/Pumpkin Decorating Contest, a variety of carnival-style games with small prizes, a tour of a frighteningly scary Haunted Circus, and a few other fun activities to enjoy. food vendors on-site for the event with their food available for purchase. 701 S China Lake Blvd.

The Joint Halloween Party offers music, a chili cook-off, and costume contest. Oct. 31, the fun starts at 3PM. 165 Butte, Randsburg.

Moe’s Halloween Rock Show for 18 years old and over with a $5 cover hits the stage Oct 30 at 5:30pm.Moe’s Music, 207 W Ridgecrest Blvd. Featured are Kill Em with Kerosene, D.O.G., Loki Brown, Zero Given and the Foreseers

Harvest Festival, Immanuel Baptist Church, Sunday October 31, 5:30-8pm. 1201 N China Lake Blvd. Petting zoo, pony rides, bounce houses, game booths, candy, entertainment, door prizes, live music, Free character booth photo ops.

Trunk-or-Treat, Calvary Chapel Ridgecrest, Sunday Oct 31, 5pm, 210 E Springer Ave Free Trunk or Treat event open to the whole community. Bring a bag and join us to over fill your bags by hopping from one vehicle to the next.

Laura Austin file photo: Something for everyone, from kids to adults, in the Indian Wells Valley.

Story First Published: 2021-10-22