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Corona: Scary Good Fun At Crossroads Haunted Village



Chambers of the Mausoleum at Crossroads Haunted Village (Photo Courtesy: Crossroads Haunted Village)

Corona – The Crossroads Haunted Village is quickly becoming one of Southern California’s top Haunted Locations. The Village is the home of three permanent Haunted Houses: The Chambers of the Mausoleum, Labyrinth of Lost Relics and The Asylum at Coffin Creek. The Crossroads Haunted Village also offers the Nightmare Harvest (haunted) Trail, and The Shady Hollow Hay Ride.Crossroads is also excited to present the returning Pandemonium Magic Show (a 30-minute Illusion Show in an outdoor theater). Also featured will be the Dark Shadow Market, with vendors selling assorted wares, as well as food and hot/cold, non-alcoholic beverages.

There are two different ways to pay for the attractions. Single attraction tickets are available for $13, or you can purchase a haunted attraction package, good for all attractions (except the Pandemonium Magic Show) at a discounted price of $33. There is also a VIP Pass to avoid the long lines, bringing the total package cost to just $49. Pandemonium Magic Show tickets are $5; and Parking is $5 (cash only).

This delightfully haunting experience takes place Friday and Saturday nights, October 10-11; 17-18; 24-25; and Thursday night, Oct. 30, and Friday, Halloween night. The hours of each haunting are from 7 p.m. to midnight – with the Pandemonium Magic Show at 8 and 9:30 p.m.

Dare to be scared at Crossroads Riverview Park, just a short distance from the Diamond Bar/Walnut and Chino areas at 14600 Baron Drive, in Corona. More information is available at http://www.crhaunts.com.

Norco: Halloween Spooktacular Car Show & Costume Contest

Looking for some Halloween fun? Check out the Halloween Spooktacular Car Show & Costume Contest on Saturday Oct 25th, 2014 from 5-8pm. Event will be held at Bobs Big Boy, 2321 Hamner Ave, Norco, CA 92860.


Eastvale: VantagePoint Church Transforming Halloween Celebration

Staff Report


EastvaleVantagePoint Church is adding a unique new twist to their popular Halloween celebration.

For the past five years, the church has hosted a highly-successful Trunk or Treat event for the residents of Eastvale.  This year, they were searching for a fresh concept that would not only be fun, but would also promote a sense of community.

“While Trunk or Treat was one of our largest outreach events with approximately 4,000 people attending last year, it was also becoming too large for our venue,” said Monique Whritenour, Director of Community Outreach at VantagePoint Church.  “This year, we decided we would go in a different direction.  Instead of the community coming to our one large event, we will bring multiple events out to the community.”

The result is the “Halloween Block Party.”

“We will have ten houses throughout Eastvale hosting large block parties sponsored by VantagePoint Church,” Whritenour explained.  “At each house, we will be serving hot dogs, hot chocolate, and handing out candy.  The ten main houses will also feature different fun activities.  Some will be showing Halloween movies, some will provide games with prizes, some will have bouncers, one will have a petting zoo, and one will even have a haunted house.”

In addition to the large block parties, numerous other houses throughout Eastvale will be hosting smaller celebrations.  Each block party will begin at 6 p.m. and end at 9 p.m.  Admission is free and open to everyone, not just immediate neighbors.

“Our goal is to provide a neighborhood event for Eastvale families to get to know their neighbors.  People can visit one house in their neighborhood, or they can have fun at multiple houses,” Whritenour said.  “We want to increase the sense of belonging within our community and what better way to do that than having a party for our neighbors?”

For the location of a “Halloween Block Party” near you, call the VantagePoint Church office at (909) 465-9700.