Halloween & Harvest Events
Wag-O-Ween Costume Contest & Pet Parade
The Real Dog Moms of Redlands presents Wag-O-Ween Costume Contest and Pet Parade, in support of Guardian Angel Pet Rescue. Raffles, prizes, photo booth, tricks & treats, dog safety tips for kids and parents, and more! Redlands Dog Park inside Ford Park. Sunday 10/25/20 3-5 pm
Trinity Kids Halloween is Happening
Kids are invited to come in costume and enjoy socially-distance games and snap photos in the photo areas. To help with planning, please register online if you are planning to attend. Register. 1551 Reservoir Rd, Redlands, CA. Saturday, October 31, 10:00 am-Noon
‘Flick or Treat’ Halloween drive-thru, drive-in events
The all-ages family-friendly drive-thru experience will keep the fun traditions and excitement of Halloween alive in a safe and engaging way. Beginning at 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31, the parking lot at the Redlands Sports Complex on Dearborn Street north of San Bernardino Avenue will be transformed into a drive-thru Halloween experience. Families will remain in their vehicles as they experience the sights and sounds of Halloween with vehicles and parking spaces decorated for the holiday.
Local residents, nonprofits and businesses are encouraged to create their own displays as part of this drive-thru Halloween experience. There will be no entry fee to participate, however candy donations for the take-home bag for children will be accepted. The display will be open to all ages, individuals, and families, each child in the vehicle will receive a candy bag while supplies last.
Following the drive-thru event, at 7 p.m. a block of San Bernardino Avenue, between Dearborn and Granite Street, will be transformed into a pop-up drive-in theater for a free screening of “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (PG).
Both events are free but registration is required to attend. For more information or to pre-register, please visit here. All attendees must be in a vehicle. Registrants will be emailed a dashboard pass to display on their vehicle and receive instructions on how to access the event.
Downtown Redlands - Safe Trick-or-Treat Canceled 2020
October 31st 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Historic Downtown Redlands offers Halloween treats. The City of Redlands will again provide safe trick-or-treating in Historic Downtown Redlands this Halloween, Oct. 31, from 3 to 4 p.m. City volunteers and Downtown storefronts will be distributing candy while supplies last. Come join in on the fun festivities then walk to one of our delicious Downtown eateries for dinner.
Cajon Street & Olive Ave
The City will not be closing the streets off this year. Each home owners is independent.
The following closures for Halloween October 31 will be effective as of 4:00pm:
- Cajon between Fern and Cypress
- Olive Avenue between Cajon and Center
- October 31 6pm until candy is gone. 500 block of Cajon Street.
Laney Hockenson says, "It starts as soon as sun goes down and goes until houses are out of candy. Candy goes fast so towards the end of the night the houses get dark. Lots of houses have haunted mazes, more for older kids but a few even have games for kids to play for candy. Its a lot of fun this is our third year."
THE REDLANDS HAUNTINGS
The tales of the Mariposa Elementary School’s haunting has spread far and wide: the story of the little boy who lives in the nurse’s office, whispering into children’s ears as they play on the playground, bouncing a ball in the middle of the night, playing on the swings when there is no wind to explain its movement. But Mariposa Elementary isn’t the only haunted area in California. In fact, Redlands happens to be one of the most paranormal active areas in all of America.
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