Can you believe Halloween is coming up so soon? It's alright to admit you haven't even thought about it or considered going out to a party because you have been so busy working hard to keep your clients happy. I get it. We've all been there, but that isn't an excuse for you to miss out on all of the fun to eat as many sweet treats as you'd like, watch horror films and participate in some exciting events going on in Bakersfield. To save you some time, I put together a list of Halloween events and places for you to check out!
1. Bakersfield's Halloween Pub Crawl
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In Downtown Bakersfield, local bars & restaurants are gathering together to put on the most wicked event. This event is for the 21+ crowd, which will feauture costume contents, raffle prizes, games, food specials, scary drinks & so much more! If you are looking for a night out without the kiddos, consider checking out the downtown scene while supporting local businesses. It's a win-win! For a complete list of participating vendors, visit here.
2. October Fun Fest
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The October Fun Fest at Murray Family Farms is definitely the best event to attend for you and your family. It offers multiple activities from apple picking, pumpkin carving, corn maze and more! Don't miss out on creating heartwarming memories with your family and sharing it with the Murray family too. To let you in on a secret, it also provides the best backdrop to create those perfect fall pictures and the best experience for everyone to enjoy.
3. Movie on the Lawn at Sonder
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Who doen't love watching Halloween movies? It's filled with magic, monsters, candy, witches, ghosts and more ghoulness. Well, you're in luck because Sonder is hosting a Movie on the Lawn featuring Hocus Pocus the night of Oct. 31st! The best part? Happy Hour is served all day and there will be free candy so call to reserve your spot today!
4. Safe Halloween at the Kern County Museum
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I remember when I was a child, my favorite place to go trick-or-treating was at the Safe Halloween at the Kern County Museum. It is the perfect place to experience trick-or-treating without worrying about anything scary about to happen. This event is definitely a fun family event for all to participate in!