What to do for Holloween?

As a young child we were still able to Trick Or Treat in the local neighborhoods. Yes my parents would do a ruff check of the candy but it was still safe. We also used to attend Church Harvest Festivals. All good fun.

But with evil people more and more prevalent today we must find alternatives to how we celebrate this controversal holiday. A holiday that has its roots in evil and witch craft is to many American Children all about the Candy as stated so perfectly in this sienfield skit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MarBVyZVe9s .

To many American adults Halloween is a reason to dress up act silly and scare people for no other reason than for simple laughs.

Yes their are people who practice witch craft and kill animals for sacrifice but those things are looked down on in our culture that it is very few and far between.

So what should you worry about this Halloween? Here is a short list:

*Poisoned candy including candy ment for medical marijuana patients, there are some sick minded people who will go to the trouble of offering this to your kids be Leary THC is toxic and can hurt your children.

*Sex Offenders, everyone is hiding behind masks and pretending to be someone their not sexual predators will use this time to take advantage of children and wemon please be mindful of your surroundings and stay away from dark alleys and doorways.

*Cars, people drive like maniacs and don’t watch where their going. Also with Halloween being on a Monday this year people will be rushing home to get children ready and themselves for the festivities so be mindful of drivers having a one track mind. Wear reflective clothing and use cross walks, dont jay walk or just pop out into the street from in between cars make yourself easy to see.

*Remove masks, Wearing masks while driving or going into stores and shopping centers will draw attention to you. Shopping centers and malls don’t want people with masks in their stores because of the chance you may commit a crime and be uneasy to be identified.

*Dont go where you don’t know, go into areas where you are familiar and know are safe. You don’t want to find yourself lost in a strange area late at night while it is dark.

Following areas have safe events in the Rialto area for you and your family to attend:

Halloween Hi-Jinks — Rialto, Ca

Down Town Rialto is closed off and is transformed into a massive Halloween Carnival For children to play games and win candy, this event is free.


Trunk or Treat — Water Of Life Community Church Fontana, Ca


Fun for the entire family!

  • Piles of candy
  • Face painting
  • Balloon animals
  • Game booths
Action Attractions

  • Race to the finish in the Bungie Run
  • Free fall down the Giant Slide and more!
  • Go for a spin on our Giant Swing Ride!
  • Play some Video Arcade Games
Theme: Light the Night
“Out of darkness and into His marvelous light”
1 Peter 2:9

  • Prizes for the best decorated car  
  • Best Themed decor
  • Best use of light
  • Best overall- People’s Choice award.

  • New this year!  Live Entertainment to watch while waiting in line for trunks!
  • Music and more!


Hallelujah Night — Calvary Chapel Rialto



Fall Fest — Sunrise Church Rialto, Ca

4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Food, Candy, inflatable, Games

Illusionist:  Bryan Drake

Invite your friends!

If you would like to help, please help to donate candy for this event.

Mark your communication slip.

For more info, call 909-875-5566


High Desert Fear festival — Victorville, Ca

Friday, October 28 at 5:00pm – October 31 at 10:00pm

Building next to the Hilton Garden Inn/Scandia

15283 Pahute Ave.
Victorville, CA

Created By

For High Desert Fear Festival

More Info
25 Room Haunted House, Games, Entertainment, Vendors and a ton of fun. All proceeds benefit VVCSC. NIghtly 5-10 http://www.hdfearfestival.com/


Fall Family Fest — Abundant Living Family Church Rancho Cucamonga, Ca

Join us for food, rides, games, and our trunk or treat candy giveaway. 

Tickets are available after church service and at the church administration office. 

TICKETS: Family 4 pack $10  OR  $3 per person ages 2 and up. 

*Please no scary costumes

Fall Family Fest