It’s back!! My kids love Legoland and I’m so excited for Brick or Treat this year!
Park guests received an early Halloween “treat” as LEGO® Monsters began to arrive for LEGOLAND® California Resort’s Halloween celebration, Brick-or-Treat presents Monster Party. Witches, ghouls, and vampires made their way to the entrance of the family theme park to join LEGO® Zombie Cheerleader and Monster Rocker just in time to boogie down as the Park transforms into the ultimate children’s Halloween celebration. Beginning Sept. 17, families are encouraged to grab their festive costumes and join in on the fun!
In addition to the new LEGO® characters, Brick-or-Treat features the debut of the all-new 4D movie “The Great Monster Chase,” a kid-friendly scare trail, elaborate décor, LEGO building activities, new entertainment and treat stations. For even more electrifying excitement, the Park’s signature roller coaster has been transformed into the Disco Dragon Coaster with a groovy soundtrack and festive decorations.
Brick-or-Treat is included in a general admission ticket and select annual passes. The Halloween festivities begin Saturday, Sept. 17, and continue every Saturday through Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 30. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.legoland.com/california.
It’s Back! One of my favorite deals from Dollar Tree. $5.99 Flat Rate Shipping is back for a limited time!
From Monday, September 12th through Wednesday, September 14th, Dollar Tree is offering $5.99 Flat Rate Shipping with exclusive code: HARVEST.
Shopping online with Dollar Tree is great for party planning, crafting, or stocking up on snacks. You buy a case and get the same in-store price and value, and now with this deal, you’ll pay only $5.99 shipping.
What I love about this shipping deal is that now I can buy in bulk without having to travel between 2-3 Dollar Tree locations to get as many craft supplies and snacks as I will need for an upcoming event.
If you aren’t sure what Dollar Tree has that’s fresh and new check these out:
We’ve been participating in Tryazon events for three+ years. We’ve gotten to try all sorts of fun toys, games, and food. You can learn more about Tryazon here.
Bring the sweet to life’s chaos, with this Tryazon Featured Party opportunity, from Sweet Chaos. Featuring delicious fall flavors like Vanilla Chai, Pumpkin Spice, and Candy Corn, Sweet Chaos is the perfect mix of your favorite sweet & salty snacks and a delightful break in your day. Just pour a popcorn bowl of your favorite fall flavor, take a breath, then a bite, and remember to enjoy the chaos!
Tryazon and Sweet Chaos has
100 hosting spots open for this opportunity! Those selected get to receive a party pack with a variety of Sweet Chaos popcorn and other extras to share with friends and family! Learn more and apply here
Hey friends! Are you looking for a tasty meal on Halloween before you dive into huge piles of candy?
Check out this awesome deal from Rubio’s!
It’s all about the Halloween treats at Rubio’s, when every Boorito on the menu is just $6.99 all day on October 31.
Simply bring the coupon: https://www.rubios.com/coupons/halloween-boorito to any of Rubio’s participating locations, or use code BOORITO when placing an order online at Rubios.com or on the Rubio’s App.
Guests in California, Arizona, and Nevada can get any burrito for $6.99, from responsibly sourced seafood to USDA choice steak and all-natural chicken raised without antibiotics, to vegetarian options. Favorites include the Ancho Citrus Shrimp Burrito, Wild Alaska Salmon Burrito, Burrito Especial with all-natural chicken, California Burrito with USDA choice steak, or the Bean & Cheese Burrito, just to name a few.
I’m looking forward to a veggie boorito myself. mmm.
Langostino Lobster fans won’t want to miss special fall entrees, including the Puerto Nuevo Burrito made with Langostino Lobster, the Langostino Lobster Bowl, and the Langostino Lobster two taco plate.
Rubio’s locations are open for dine-in, and guests may also order online, or through the app, for contact-free curbside or express pickup, or delivery. For more information and to view the menu, visit Rubio’s, Facebook, and Instagram.
It’s Spooky Season, which means it’s time for some local events!
Trunk or Treats, Halloween/Fall Carnivals, and other Halloween fun!
These events are just a few of the events going on in San Diego County. If you know of other events, please feel free to leave info in the comments.
- Journey Church in La Mesa is hosting Journey Kids – Halloween Family Dance on 10/9/2021 from 5:30-7:00pm. RSVP here.
- If you live closer to downtown/Little Italy, check out Trick or Treat on India Street. This fun and safe Halloween event makes it possible for urban families to enjoy authentic trick-or-treating fun as Little Italy businesses along historic India Street open their doors to give out candy and Halloween treats. 10/27/2021 5:30-7:30pm.
- HauntFest on Main is an exciting family-friendly event in Downtown El Cajon with a pumpkin patch, costume contest, kids zone, rides, entertainment, and more! 4pm-9pm on 10/29/2021
Faith Chapel in Spring Valley is hosting a Trunk or Treat event on Halloween 10/31/2021 6pm-8pm.
I am super excited about this new movie from Netflix. It is a little spooky, so it may not be suitable for your littlest littles.
Nightbooks Releases Globally on Netflix on September 15, 2021
- Directed by David Yarovesky
- Screenplay by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis
- Based on the book by J.A. White
- Starring: Winslow Fegley, Lidya Jewett and Krysten Ritter
- Check out the official trailer here.
Alex (Winslow Fegley) is a creative boy with a strong passion for writing scary stories. But when he’s labeled weird and rejected for what he likes, he swears he’ll never write again. That’s when an evil witch (Krysten Ritter), captures him in her magical apartment in New York City and demands that he tell her a new tale every night if he wants to stay alive. Trapped inside with Lenore, the witch’s spiteful cat watching his every move, Alex meets Yasmin (Lidya Jewett), another young prisoner who has learned how to survive the witch’s wicked whims. With Yasmin’s help, Alex must learn to embrace what makes him unique — his love for scary stories — and rewrite his own destiny to break them free.
Brick-or-treat is back at Legoland California for 2021! And if you buy your tickets before 8/16/2021, you’ll save some cash! Prices and packages can be seen here.
Brick-or-Treat at LEGOLAND® California Resort is back with even more Halloween excitement! The Park is open after dark at the only kid-focused Halloween event in Southern California, every Saturday in October. Enjoy rides open late, trick-or-treating, live entertainment, Halloween décor, and more! Eat, drink, and be scary with seasonal food and beverage options for the whole family.
SEA LIFE® aquarium joins in on the celebration with Halloween décor, live creatures, and spooky-fun exhibits. There’s so much to do, you’ll want to have a Halloween sleepover just steps away from the Park entrance at the amazing LEGOLAND Hotel and LEGOLAND Castle Hotel.
- October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
- Live entertainment + shows!
- Character Meet and Greets
- Costume Contest
- Treat stations
- Dance Parties
- Plus, don’t miss candy, decorations, and your fishy friends at SEA LIFE® Aquarium!
Fall is right around the corner, and that means it’s time for Fall and Halloween crafts!
If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen my post last week. Many of our local Dollar Tree stores are well stocked with Harvest, Halloween, and Dia de Los Muertos crafting supplies.
I love the paintable skulls, and the large wooden cutouts (I got a pumpkin).
If you are looking for some craft ideas, check out the Dollar Tree Blog. They have some cool ideas, I love their wreath ideas!
I’ll be posting pics when I get my wooden crafts painted. Make sure to check out my Instagram account for lots of crafts and other fun stuff!
Halloween is looking a lot different this year, with social distancing, and a lot of places still having quarantine/limited contact with others.
We usually do a lot of Halloween events. We usually go to Brick or treat at Legoland, and we usually go to a pumpkin patch and several Halloween carnival the week of Halloween.
Unfortunately, a lot of the events we go to aren’t happening this year. Instead, a lot of the groups/organizations that put together carnivals and fun events have instead opted to switch to contact list or drive-through trunk or treat/trick-or-treat events. We haven’t gone to any yet, so I’m not really sure how it’s gonna work but will be going to a bunch this week and weekend. We skipped one that was taking place last Saturday because we did not have our costumes prepared.
Here is a small list of trunk or treat/drive-through events that I have found after a quick search on Facebook. If you have any other events that you would like to add, please leave a comment below with a link to the event page. I love Halloween, as do my kids. Any excuse to dress up, and I know there are so many people out there that look forward to Halloween every year.