The City Of Calabasas Introduces Some Fun Halloween Alternatives


The City Of Calabasas Introduces Some Fun Halloween Alternatives

With all the spooky stuff that’s already been going on this year, many people have given up on the idea of a fun-filled Halloween this year. But with the spookiest holiday fast approaching, many of us, particularly those with kids, are wondering how to celebrate Halloween safely. While traditional trick or treating might be out the window, the City of Calabasas has come up with some fun alternatives to trick or treating for this scary 2020 season.

Car Masquerade & Parade: Saturday, October 31st.

Sure, we might not be able to walk around from door to door to trick or treat and show off our scariest costumes, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to be entirely canceled. Calabasas invites you to join in the fun safely and decorate your vehicles to join the Car Masquerade and Parade. 

Decorated cars will parade along Calabasas’ “Halloween Lane”, and prizes will be handed out for the “spookiest”, “kookiest” and “best overall” car costume. Not to mention, there’ll also be a special appearance by The Calabasas Pumpkin Festival’s mascot Punky. And what’s Halloween without treats? Kids 13 and under will receive a treat bag filled with candy, toys, and other surprises. 

Space is limited, so if you would like to participate, please pre-register at and select a convenient start time for you to show off your best car costume. LA County COVID protection order will be in place at this event.

Photo Hallo-WINGO: Friday, October 30–Sunday, November 1st, 2020

The City of Calabasas will be hosting their very own spooktastic version of Halloween BINGO. Grab your friends, family, and your camera, and get to snapping! On Friday, October 30th, a “HalloWINGO” card will be posted to, filled with Halloween themed photo challenges. Simply complete five tasks of your choice in a row that spell out “W-I-N-G-O” and post your pictures with the hashtag  #calabasashalloween2020 on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Be sure to include a photo of your Hallo-WINGO card too. All photos due before 11:59 pm on November 1, 2020, to be considered. Winners will be announced on Monday, November 2, 2020. There is no fee or registration required to participate. Full details at or call (818) 880-6461.

Even if normal Halloween activities have to be postponed for 2020, it doesn’t mean we can’t all try our best to have a bit of spooky fun regardless and keep ourselves and our loved ones safe at the same time.

Treat Street Drive-Thru: Saturday, October 31, 2020 - 4:30pm - 6:30pm

Skip knocking on the neighbor’s door and still get your candy fix! Trick or Treat while you drive down our own 'Halloween Lane.' Kids, ages 13 and younger, will receive candy, toys, and other surprises! Free Event. Space limited.

"Register here
. Location & additional details will be emailed to participants prior to event. To help avoid traffic jams, we are hosting a limited number of cars every 10 minutes. You will select a start time when you register. LA County Covid Prevention Health Orders will be observed.

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