As we get closer to All Hallows' Eve, more events of the spooky variety pop up in our city. Here's some more Stockton seasonal fun for you to enjoy no matter how you celebrate the Harvest/Samhain.
Got a bicycle and a Halloween costume? If so, then you're ready to roll out Wednesday night, October 20 with the Full Moon Riders! This crew will take to the streets for their annual laid back and spooky-themed ride through Downtown Stockton. It's like The Lost Boys but with 10-speeds. Oh, and no vampires... as far as we know.
Bring your kids to this family-friendly "graveyard smash!" Pixie Woods will be throwing their Monster Mash Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 23. There will be a FREE picture booth and FREE pumpkin for every child 2 - 12 years old!
How's about a family-friendly Halloween Pop-Up & Trick-r-Treat event? Join the community at Valverde Park on Saturday, October 23 for a fun-filled event with delicious food, fun kid activities, hand-crafted jewelry, candles, and so much more.
The Children's Museum of Stockton is once again having their Drive Thru Trunk or Treat this year on Sunday, October 24. Get you and your family decked out in your Halloween attire, take in the wonderfully decorated trunks, and indulge on the goody bags from all the local organizations taking part in this fun event.
Kicking off their first ever Halloween Art Show on Thursday, October 28, art submissions will be on display through Halloween. The theme for their inaugural show is "creature." Come in for the delicious coffee and stay for the amazing local art that is guaranteed to give you a fun and haunting good time.
"It's showtime!" We're sure most of you have heard Michael Keaton utter that famous line, but have you heard him say it on the big screen at the Bob Hope Fox Theatre? If not, then make your way down there Friday night, October 29 to catch the Tim Burton dark comedy classic. A perfect way to kick off Halloween weekend.
Looking for some outdoor entertainment under the Stockton sky this Halloween weekend? Movies On The Point is ready to add to your ghoulish vibe by hosting the Disney film Cruella Friday night, October 29. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and enjoy an eerily fun evening with Ms. de Vil on the big screen.
Head down to Yosemite Street on Saturday, October 30 where local participating merchants and restaurants will be handing out Halloween treats. Plus, this year will feature a special Children's Costume Contest! Everything kicks off at 10am!
The HATCH Workshop will once again be holding their Día De Los Muertos event with El Pueblo del Sol on Saturday, October 30. There will be live music, catrinas, altars, lowriders, Baile Folklorico, vegan food, and more! Everything kicks off 11am with a $5 entrance fee and kids 15 and under getting in FREE!
This year, the fiesta for this beloved celebration returns to the street! Starting at 11am on Saturday, October 30, this beautiful cultural tradition that covers 4 blocks of Sutter street/Market street will include Mariachis, Raices Folkloric Dance Group, Latin Soul Band, Classic Cars, Aztec Dancers, and more!
The American Desi Society is holding an in-person Diwali Festival & Show at Oak Park on Saturday, October 30 from 12 - 3pm. This tradition celebrates multiculturalism and inclusiveness as two core values, and their slogan “Light Your Spirit” focuses on bringing people of all backgrounds together.
Looking for a more grownup Halloween bash? On Saturday, October 30, throw on a costume, grab your friends, and head down to Windmill Cove for their festive party. Drinks, snacks, a Halloween show, creative costumes, and music from Rewind that 80's band sounds like a perfect way to live it up for All Hallows' Eve.
Also, every Wednesday for the month of October is Wicked Wednesdays at Yosemite Meat Market! This FREE event is from 4 - 8pm and will feature a pumpkin patch, Fired Mobile Pizza Oven, pastries by Hula Cakes, and so much more!