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Halloween at the Expo Center on Friday Oct. 29
3980 Menlo Ave.
At the Ahmanson Senior Center Ballroom
7:30-9 p.m. Teen Halloween Dance @ Senior Ballroom
School ID required
Parent waiver required
Call Jessica for more infor - 213-763-0114 ext. 257
5:30-7 p.m. BINGO
7 p.m.- Costume parade and contest
7 p.m. -Monster House (the movie)
Syncro Swim Showcase
Brought to you by LA Dept. of Rec and Parks and Brotherhood Crusade.
Martin Luther King Street Carnival at Western
Friday, October 29 3 to 11 pm
Saturday, October 30 1 to 11 pm
Sunday, October 31 1 to 11 pm
1546 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. More, Southwest Community Relations Office at (213) 847-5800
Brought to you by your friendly neighbohood Los Angeles Police Officer.
Pre-Sale tickets sold at Southwest Police Station before event. Save $ by buying early. $20
for 1 sheet of 10 tickets. That's one ticket per ride (good for 10
rides) - presale only.
Overly dramatic readings of classic comic books that would make Johnny Dollar
proud, burlesque dancers, jazzy song sketches and more with a special
twist for Halloween.Captured Aural Fantasy Theater
performs comic book stories in the spirit of old radio shows live on stage.
Helmed by Chicago native, Venice local and EchoParkOnline.com member Ben Dickow,
the Halloween version includes a seance.
But wait there's more.
will have a cosmetic mortician will give you a Zombie makeover to
prepare you to win that late night Halloween party costume contest. You
don't see that every day.
October 29 and 30 at 8pm at WHERE
gallery. They've played the Alexandria in Downtown LA and in Hollywood
and have been written up in the LA Weekly and MTV Approved and even the
comic book blog, The Horrors of It All
. But they are all LA baby. Homegrown talent!
Zombies are getting as popular as vampies these days. The them continues at CitySip on Sunday, the actual Halloween night.
Author Ben Tripp will be reading an excerpt from Rise Again: A Zombie Thriller
on Halloween, on Sunday, October 31 from 5 to 7 pm. at CitySip Echo Park. Thanks to EchoParkNow for the heads up.
7 brews, 7 cheeses (shouldn't it be 6) = $35 per person.
Space is limited! Email Alex@citysipla.com or call (213) 483- 9463 to RSVP.
the website that celebrates the Filipino American way of life
celebrate 3.0 with a party and record release party of Gneration Ill
Friday, October 29 at 9 pm at Señor Fish, 422 E. 1st Street, in
Live performances by Deep Foundation & HydroponikzMusic provided by DJ Mike Intellect & DJ Orion
before 11pm, $10 after. BakitWhy.com will donate proceeds from the
event to FilAmARTS.Of course we know that Echo Park is home to Historic Filipinotown
Bob Baker Marionette Theater presents
perhaps the most psychodelic Halloween with 100 Halloween themed puppets.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. until October 31st)
Sundays and Saturdays : 2:30 p.m. until October 31st.
Bob Baker Marionette Theater, 1345 W 1st St
Downtown Los Angeles
The City of Angels 2010 Masquerade Ball
LA Athletic Club
431 West Seventh Street
(on the northeast corner of 7th and Olive Streets)
Doors Open at 8:30pm - 2:00am
Haunted House at the WLA Community Police Station Friday and Saturday, October 29 and 30 from 6 to 10pm.
Donate candy/chocolate for distribution to community children at the state by
dropping off at the front desk, at 1663 Butler Ave. You can stop by
anytime and drop it off.
300 families come by last year.
Celebrate Halloween with famous animators and celebrities from award winning cartoons and movies (e.g. Avatar, King of the Hill, etc).
Friday, October 29, Long Beach Convention Center for Halloween Long Beach.
Doors open at 5pm and all ages can attend.
Bloody Cocktails at the Little Door
Dress up in a fabulous costume and dance in celebration of the holiday and the 14th anniversary of the Little Door.
Guest DJs will be spinning from 11pm-2am
and Saturday Oct 30 with
DJ Nicolas Le Masson
For dinner reservations contact us @ 323-951-1210.
Women4Wesson "4th Annual Halloween Masquerade Ball"
Saturday, October 30, from 8 to midnite on the Skydeck of the 22-story glass wrapped Solair Wilshire tower, 3785 Wilshire Blvd.
Tickets: Gladys Wesson-Strickland (310) 672-7281 or Patricia Childers (323) 293-7502 or email email@example.com.
Largest costume ball in Southern California
16th Annual Halloween OC party at the OC Fair Saturday, October 30, until 4am. Six giant indoor dance areas, two VIP lounges, DJs,
Live Bands and a Costume Contest.
Thanks to Councilman Bernard Parks for compiling parts of this list.