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Halloween: Free Haunted House in Newark; Treats Throughout the Tri-Cities

Free tricks and treats will be offered throughout Fremont, Newark and Union City.

For some people, Halloween candy and treats aren't enough. They look for goblins, ghouls and more.

Luckily, Tri-City residents don't have to look too far.

One house on the 38000 block of Columbine Place will be taken over tonight by scary and creepy creatures of all kinds.

Hosted by Jeff Giacoletto and company, the haunted house has become an annual event, and the turnout has grown every year, Giacoletto said.

The haunting tricks (and treats) are free beginning at dusk, or around 7 p.m.

"Basically, I want to give the community a free and safe place to come and truck-or-treat on Halloween," Giacoletto told Patch.

You can find the haunted house at Columbine Place in Newark, which is located off of Smith Street.

Looking for a less scary Halloween activity for you and your family? Check out these local events:

  • Halloween at Fremont Hub from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fremont Hub Shopping Center in Fremont.
  • Halloween Kids Fest from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at NewPark Mall in Newark.
  • Free Halloween Comic Books from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Comic and Figure Addicts, located at 3902 Smith St. in Union City.
  • Halloween Fair at Purple Lotus School from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Purple Lotus School, located at 33615 9th St. in Union City.

Know of any other haunted houses that area a must see in town? Will you be going to another family friendly Halloween activity that we missed? Let your neighbors know in our comments section below.

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Chris Swenson October 31, 2012 at 06:55 PM
Trunks of Treats @1st Presbyterian Church (on the corner of Cedar and Newark Blvds) Safe trick or treating, games, crafts, photos, food and more---Lots of fun and totally FREE! 6-8 pm


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