Fall is in the air here in So Cal. There is a light sprinkle falling from the gray skies and I can almost taste the pumpkin spiced lattes. I cannot wait for fall to get here. So, to further the mood along, there are two events that I want to tell you about.
October 19 welcomes the fifth annual Haunt at Heritage Hill. Dare to take part in the “Friday Night Fright,” as the park is transformed into a haunted adventure that is fun for teens and adults alike. This year’s Halloween park décor and festivities include a haunted school house with a fright maze, Sleepy Hallow scare zone, video game contests and an extreme DJ with a glowing light show. The park will host a special screening of the classic Universal monster movie “Frankenstien.”
October 19 – Haunt at Heritage Hill
6 – 10:30 p.m.
Event Cost: $5
(Recommended for 12 years and up)
October 20 the adventure continues as OC Parks and the City of Lake Forest present the annual Autumn Harvest Festival at Heritage Hill. The park will be dressed as an adventure-filled festival with family fun attractions that include the Princess Bride trick-or-treat stations, The East India Trading Company Pirate Adventure Maze, the Harry Potter School House, American adventure storytelling and the return of the Indiana Jones Adventure Show. Games, face painting, a balloon artist, a costume parade on stage, the ever-popular glow party, Princess Pumpkin Patch and a movie screening of a Scooby Doo short will add to the festive evening. Event goers can stop by and experience Nectar the hummingbird in his all-new stage show as well.
October 20 – Autumn Harvest Festival
4 – 9 p.m.
Event Cost: $4 Adults, $3 kids ages 3-12
Attractions Cost: $.25-$2 per game
(Recommended for all ages)
You can visit Heritage Hill Historical Park October 19 and 20 in costume with your trick-or-treat bag in hand as the seasonal adventure will take you places beyond your imagination.
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