Well if your planning on staying close to home for Halloween we would like to help you highlight some of the places to go and ways to find safe trick or treating.
Please be mindful that the pro illegal dug legalization crowd has reach a whole new level of sick. So if you are going to let your kids trick or treat please inspect their candy because the marijuana laced candy looks so close its scary and they are going to try and give it to your kids.
If you are trick or treating a good resource is the website http://www.nextdoor.com they offer maps of houses that have selected their home as a safe place to get candy.
Rialto’s Annual Halloween HI-Jinks will be held at the Rialto Civic Center, near the Fire and Police Station. This event takes place Friday, October 31 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This is a free, family friendly event with a costume contest, entertainment, games, candy, and much more. If you are interested in hosting a booth and would like more information, please contact us at 909 877-9706
Hallelujah Festival – Join Calvary Chapel Rialto for a fun safe alternative to Halloween. They will have candy, games, food, jumpers, face painting & more. October 31st from 6pm to 9pm.
Inland Lighthouse Church on Cactus and Bloomington offers a Halloween alternative admission is $1 each person.
Cross Point Church also offers a Halloween alternative event see image below: