This fall season is looking a little different this year. And with Halloween right around the corner, it can seem tough to get into the spirit. Thankfully, many local events are still happening, with some just modifying to fit safety guidelines this year. Take a look at our list of activities you can enjoy this month!
Family Halloween Train Ride: Sunol-Niles | October 25
Come aboard and join in for a scenic October railroad trip through Niles Canyon. Goblins, ghouls, and ghosts are also welcome aboard for this special October train ride. All round trip departures only from Sunol Depot. Departure times: 10:30am and 1:30pm. Trains depart on time.
Pirates of Emerson Haunted Drive-Thru Halloween: Pleasanton | Now through November 1
Located in the Alameda County Fairgrounds. Join them for the fright and fear in the 10-acre compound at the Pleasanton Fairgrounds. Normally a walk-through event, this year will be a drive-through, where you can enjoy the fun and stay safe!
Local Pumpkin Patches | All month long
Most local pumpkin patches are still open for business this season. explore safely outdoors, and practice social distancing while you pick out the perfect pumpkin and enjoy other fall activities!
Virtual Halloween with Alamo Cemetery: Danville | October 22
If staying home is your preference, Danville will be celebrating the Halloween season but not with ghosts and goblins rather with a tour and history of the Alamo Cemetery.
“Get into the spirit with a virtual tour of the Alamo Cemetery on October 22 at 11:30 AM.”
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