Halloween Events

Pumpkin Alley

"Pumpkin Alley" will celebrate its 14th year this Halloween. Sharon Rae Deacon, PH.D. is once again lining her driveway at 1728 Earlmont Ave. in La Cañada with 100 Jack-O-Lanterns. Sunland Produce has helped provide pumpkins for the last three years. This year the pumpkins are being carved on the campus of Crescenta Valley High School by the school's very active and successful Key Club members. Dr. Deacon would like to especially thank them since they have gone to extra effort this year. As of this writing, Dr. Deacon does not know if she will be home for Halloween or in Montreal with a new grandchild. She wishes you all well, just in case she is not able to do so in person.

House Decorations

Decorations include a mini haunted walk through, Located at 3500 Santa Carlotta, La Crescenta.

One Colorado Offers Trick or Treat for Kids and Pets

Bring your little goblins for a happy Halloween of trick-or-treating to One Colorado on Tuesday, Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Young ghosts, witches and other creepy critters are invited to go store-to-store for Halloween treats supplied by the shops and restaurants of One Colorado. This trick-or-treating event is timed to appeal to young children (accompanied by adults!) before it gets too late in the evening. Trick-or-treating at One Colorado is free and open to the public.

For pet owners, there's a Howl-O-Ween Party at Three Dog Bakery on 24 Smith Alley, Saturday, Oct. 28 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The event includes a costume contest for pets as well as prizes. For further information, please call Three Dog Bakery directly at (626) 440-0443.

Both the Oct. 31 event for kids and the Oct. 28 event for pets occur at One Colorado, which is located on Colorado Blvd. between Union, Fair Oaks & DeLacey in Old Pasadena. Convenient parking is available at the parking structure on Union and Fair Oaks.

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