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Fall attractions kick off holidays

[media-credit name=”FC file photo” align=”alignright” width=”300″]PumkinPatch[/media-credit]Take some time to enjoy the fall festivities going on in the Fresno/Clovis area, Oct. 31. Many locations are offering family fun or scary events to enjoy on the halloween night. Here are the list of a few events going on:

Hobbs Grove is located outside of Sanger on 24 acres. Located at 14265 E. Goodfellow Ave. There is a Haunted House, Haunted Forest, and a Haunted Hayride attraction. There is also live music, food and drinks. Hobbs Grove opens on October ninth to October 31. Gates open at 5:30 pm. Tickets are from $10-$12.50. There are also discounts if you decide to buy a combo. If you have any questions please contact (559) 356-3958

All the events on this website are a list of activity’s from Oct. 14, 2013-Aug. 30, 2014. A few of the many activities are the 3rd annual Fresno International Film Festival Vina De Oro, here they show a few films, red carpet, and a meet and greet of movie stars, music and Rock bands. This takes place at the Fresno Tower Theater. The Largest pumpkin patch in the valley happens to be in Clovis. 2629 S. Clovis Ave is where it is. Simonian Farms also presents the haunted Caboose. For $2.00 you get weekend hayrides, decorations and daily wine tasting. If you have any questions please call (559) 875-4575

Here are a list of three spooky Haunted Houses, Corn Mazes and Haunted Forests to finish it off. Most kids under the age of ten are encouraged to come but to stay away from the Haunted house and the Haunted Forest. Although kids are not encouraged to go on the ‘scary’ attractions, they are strongly encouraged to dress up. For the younger kids there is a Haunted Hayride that is very kid friendly. Hobbs Grove: (559) 356-3958. Cobbs Ranch: (559)240-5516.

These lists of websites are full of kid friendly things to do. Located on Clovis Ave and Jensen, Simonian Farms goes from October 8-31. The cost is free therefore many people will be there. The 11th Annual Haunt in the Park. At $2 kids can enjoy weekend hayrides along with free haunted caboose rides and a corn maze! Please contact (559)-439-0606.

The 20th annual downtown Sanger Halloween party is a great alternative to just trick or treating. Rather than sending your kids out alone to go get as much candy as they can, you can send them to the Downtown Sanger Halloween party! Located at 7th & N Street. If you decide to have your kid go off and hang out in the Halloween party there are lots of alternatives for you and your spouse to do like dinner and shopping. If you have any questions here is the Sanger Chamber of Commerce ? (559) 875-4575. They will also be serving hotdogs for all the little ghouls and goblins.

The Sierra Vista Mall has a trick or treat from 3-5 pm. All children under the age of 10 are encouraged to come dressed up. All children 10 and over are encouraged not to wear masks, though they are still encouraged to still dress up.

Stop! This is the last year that Cobbs Ranch will be having its corn maze. Make sure you check it out this year! If you cant make it out to Cobbs Ranch, Raisin Hell has a great maze, they’ve only been only been doing the maze for a couple years but there doing a great job! (559) 975-5697

For another list of events, check out the Fresno Bee’s article Halloween events for kids planned around the Valley.

For more news, read the Oct. 28 article, Epitome of school spirit celebrated at homecoming game (VIDEO).

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