The Teal Pumpkin Project and Allergy Friendly Halloween Treats

The Teal Pumpkin Project and Allergy Friendly Halloween Treats

Help make Halloween not so scary for kids with allergies!

I love Halloween time and have been finding so many fun activities to take my kids to. (Especially ones to get a good wear out of their costumes.) A downside to attending events and parties is having a child with severe food allergies. I worry about what will be served or given out and if he’s going to notice that he is missing out on things. So I have been pleasantly surprised with the treats they have received at these events. There has been such a move in recent years to helping kids make healthier choices and you can see this so much in the treats that are being given out at events. So that is why I was so excited last year when I heard about the Teal Pumpkin Project.

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Images courtesy of Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE)

F.A.R.E. (Food Allergy Research & Education) has a great request going on for Halloween, it’s called the Teal Pumpkin Project. The project is fairly easy just paint a pumpkin teal and leave it out to let trick-or-treaters know that you are handing out non-food items. That’s it, a great simple request so that children with food allergies can have a not-so-scary Halloween.

Fun little family craft of painting our pumpkins teal and then adding some designs

Fun little family craft of painting our pumpkins teal and then adding some designs

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Our finished pumpkins

Our finished pumpkins

Non Food Treat Ideas

  • Glow Sticks, Bracelets, Necklaces
  • Bracelets
  • Necklaces
  • Pencils
  • Vampire teeth
  • Stickers
  • Bubbles
  • Bouncy Balls
  • Spider Rings

Allergy Friendly Halloween Treat Ideas

Allergy Friendly Treat Ideas

*Parents should still check all food items their child receives to make sure they are ok with their child’s allergies. I am a constant label reader and if I am not sure about an item I will give him something else, we never chance it. The food items I listed are just some items I have found safe for my son or look to be free of the 8 common allergens.*

Hope this helps everyone to have a safe and great Halloween!

Cruzin Mama

Disney Store Halloween Dress Rehearsal

Image courtesy of Disney

Image courtesy of Disney

It’s a Halloween Party at the Disney Store and you’re invited!

Today and tomorrow Disney Store’s are throwing a spooktacular event. Stop in your local store for crafts, games and more. Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite character and to take party in a costume parade. Oh and attendees will also recieve a Halloween surprise. This event is open to children ages 3 and up and is limited to store capacity. No lineups prior to 30 minutes before event and surprise is while supplies last.

October 16th
5:30pm – 7:00pm

October 17th
11:00am – 12:30pm

This may not be as big as attending Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland but this is a fun little alternative. So have a holwing good time!

Cruzin Mama

Halloween Time at Amusement Parks

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It’s Halloween Time at the Parks!

From Disneyland to Knotts and from Sea World to Legoland its Halloween Time at the Parks. There is Trick or Treating, special events, holiday decor and more! Each Amusement Park has their own unique take on this spooky fun season. So here is what is going on at many Southern California based Amusement Parks.

Disneyland

Disneyland transforms much of the park for each holiday season and Halloween time is no exception. There is holiday decor through out the park and limited time themed treats and merchandise. The Haunted Mansion and Space Mountain also take on the Halloween fun. The Haunted Mansion has been taken over by Jack Skellington and his friends much like the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas. While Space Mountain takes you on an out of this world ghostly experience. And on select nights you can party and trick-or-treat with Mickey and his Friends during Mickey’s Halloween Party. This is a separate ticketed event that encourages guests to come dressed up and trick-or-treat through out the park, check out ghoulishly fun live entertainment, see Mickey and his Friends dressed up in their costumes.

Knott’s Berry Farm

Enjoy family fun at Knott’s Spooky Farm on weekends all October. This is the complete opposite of Knott’s Scary Farm offering non-scary fun geared towards children ages 3 to 11 years. Trick or Treat throughout Ghost Town or join the costume contest and dance party in Camp Snoopy. Bug out with slimy, slithery, crawlerly creatures at the Creepy Crawler Cabin. Or check out the whole Gang in “The Monsters are Coming, Charlie Brown” at the Camp Snoopy Theatre. All this spooky fun is included with general admission.

Legoland

Vampires, Witches and other ghouls have taken over the park! The park is decorated for the holiday and there are special trick-or-treat trails when you join the fun of Party Nights. On Friday and Saturday nights join in on a bricktastic Halloween party during Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat. Enjoy live entertainment, special treat stations, costume contests, dancing and more. The party has expanded this year to Heartlake City and Fun Town. There are still stations throughout SEA LIFE Aquarium as well as Wanda’s Jelly Fish Disco where you can jump and jive the night away. There are two ticket options; choose from All Day with Party Nights or Party Nights only (which is perfect for those looking for family fun on a budget). Brick-or-Treat is a great Halloween time event for the whole family.

Sea World

Sea World’s Halloween Spooktacular is going on every weekend until November 1st. Kids can come dressed up and trick or treat throughout the park. Trick or treating starts at 11am on event days. Stop by the Mermaid’s Grotto to meet and take a picture with some enchanting Mermaids. Play in the new kinetic sand bar or join the fun at the dance party hosted by DJ Cotton Candy. Don’t forget to check out the two Halloween time shows; Clyde and Seamore’s Big Halloween Bash and Sesame Street’s Who Said Boo?. Best part of all is children are FREE to the park with a paid Adult admission all October!

Have a Spooktacular time at the Parks!

Cruzin Mama

Brick-or-Treat *Early Bird Savings Ending Soon!*

Legoland Brick-or-Treat Party Nights

Last chance for Legoland Brick-or-Treat Early Bird savings!

Get your tickets with a savings of up to $50 off! This is a limited time offer as prices will increase on September 27th.

Brick-or-Treat is Legoland’s Halloween time celebration. Occurring on five nights this October, guests are able to trick-or-treat throughout the park and enjoy special shows and party the night away. The park is decorated for the occasion and there are fun characters to meet and take a great photo memory with. Party Nights will be October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 30th. Tickets start as low as $35 for just the Party Nights! Or there is a full day package option for $60, that means you can play all day in the park and party all night for a great savings price.

My family attended a Party Night last year and we had such a great time. You can check out my review here that also has some great tips to help your visit be a very brick-tastic one.

So hurry and catch this amazing deal now as it won’t last long!

Cruzin Mama

Pumpkin Trains – Riverside, San Diego and Orange County

Image courtesy of oerm.org

Image courtesy of oerm.org

Pumpkin season is almost here! And I can’t wait to share all the great fall events that come along with it. My little guy is a big fan of trains and after my recent post about Day Out with Thomas, I had to find some fun Pumpkin Trains that are pulling into the station this fall.

Riverside County

Orange Empire Railway Museum

The Pumpkin Train stops into the Orange Empire Railway Museum the weekends of October 17th and 24th.
Featuring trolley rides to the pumpkin patch. Pick out and decorate your pumpkins right there. Also climb aboard the Spooky Caboose, take part in the costume contest, or jump around in the bouncing houses. Trains and trolleys run from 10am to 4pm. Tickets are required for this event.

Dates
October 17th – October 18th
October 24th – October 25th

Tickets
Ages 12 years and up $18
Ages 5-11 years $14
Ages 2-4 years $7
Call to make your reservation 951-943-3020

Orange Empire Railway Museum
2201 S. “A” St.
Perris, CA 92570
http://www.oerm.org

San Diego

Pacific Southwest Railway Museum

The 11th Annual Pumpkin Express Halloween Celebration is coming back to the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum this October. Take an hour-long ride in decorated vintage rail cars through San Diego’s mountains. Keep an eye out for the Grim Reaper who may have stowed away aboard the train. Once at the pumpkin patch, pick out and decorate a pumpkin right there. Also explore two haunted trains and be on the look out for ghosts and ghouls roaming about. Trains depart from the depot at 10:00am, 12:15pm and 2:30pm on Pumpkin Express Celebration days. Advance registration is required and pumpkins are included with ticket purchase for each toddler and child.

Dates
October 10th – 11th
October 17th – 18th
October 24th – 25th
October 31st

Tickets
Toddlers $5
Children (6-12) $10
Adults $15
Seniors (65+) $12

Pacific Southwest Railway Museum
750 Depot St.
Campo, CA 91906
http://www.psrm.org

Orange County

Irvine Park Railroad

The Irvine Regional Parks 10th Annual Pumpkin Patch fun kicks off this Saturday September 19th. Ride the parks mini train that is all decorated for the season. The pumpkin patch will be open daily until October 31st. Entrance to the pumpkin patch is free but tickets are required for all activities. There is a parking fee to enter Irvine Regional Park; Weekdays $3, Weekends $5 and Holidays $7. Irvine Park is home to the OC Zoo, bike and paddle boat rentals, walking trails and playgrounds. During the Pumpkin Patch the Park also offers pumpkin train rides, face painting, cookie decorating, hay rides, bounce houses, a haunted house, and much more.

Dates
Daily(as weather permits) 10am
September 19th – October 31st

Tickets
$5 each
$60 for 15 tickets (a $15 savings)
*Each activity averages 1 ticket a person*
Visit the Park’s coupon page for additional saving offers!

Irvine Regional Park
1 Irvine Park Road
Orange, CA 92869
http://www.irvineparkrailroad.com

Enjoy your ride on a pumpkin train!

Cruzin Mama

Brick-or-Treat *Limited Time Savings Offer!*

Legoland Brick-or-Treat Party Nights

Are you planning on attending Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat this October? Well now is the time to get your tickets with a savings of up to $50 off! This is a limited time offer that ends on August 31st.

Brick-or-Treat is Legoland’s Halloween time celebration. Occurring on five nights this October, guests are able to trick-or-treat throughout the park and enjoy special shows and party the night away. The park is decorated for the occasion and there are fun characters to meet and take a great photo memory with. Party Nights will be October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 30th. Tickets start as low as $35 for just the Party Nights! Or there is a full day package option for $60, that means you can play all day in the park and party all night for a great savings price.

My family attending a Party Night last year and we had such a great time. You can check out my review here that also has some great tips to help your visit be a very brick-tastic one.

So hurry and catch this amazing deal now as it won’t last long!

Cruzin Mama

Where to go Trick-or-Treating

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Halloween is here! Now that a lot of the events and activities have already passed, it’s time to figure out where to take the kids trick-or-treating. For some this is simple by just going through their neighborhood or just to select neighbors houses. For others like myself this isn’t something that we have available. So then the question is “where should I take my kids trick-or-treating at?”. Here are some great options I have found and I hope that they are helpful to anyone still determining where to take their kiddos tomorrow night.

Trick-or-Treating locations

  • The Mall – why not stop by your local Mall. Many shops hand out candy, stickers and sometimes even coupons. This is usually a treat put on by the stores and not an actual Mall event. Stores will usually have a sign indicating if they are giving out treats.
  • Shopping Centers – similar to what stores at your local mall will do. Again this is usually put on by the stores themselves and they will have some sort of indication of whether treats are being giving out or not.
  • Trunk-or-Treats – check with your local churches, most with youth programs tend to hold events such as Trunk-or-Treats. This is where a designated parking lot will feature car trunks decorated and volunteers handing out treats. I especially enjoy taking my kids to these since it’s safe and easy. It’s really cool to see how creative people get with decorating their trunks.

Halloween Safety Tips

Trick-or-Treating is all about having a great time out. But it is still important to be safe and cautious. Like teaching your kids to not eat any treats until you have fully inspected them. This is extremely crucial for parents of children with food allergies. I recently read an article to fully read labels even if you have already given such treats to your child in the past. Some candy items even if the same flavor can have different ingredients in different sizes options. So always read the labels or verify on the items company’s website. Click here for some ideas for non-food or allergy safe treats.

  • Bring a Flash Light
  • Have your child wear a reflective strip or a glow item (i.e. bracelet, necklace, stick)
  • Always have at least one parent present and make sure kids stay together with their group
  • Don’t go to houses where all the lights are out
  • Stay on the sidewalks
  • Make sure children know to wait until an adult checks their candy before eating any

Have a fun and safe Halloween!

Cruzin Mama

 

The Great Pumpkin (Patches)

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One of my favorite things to do in October is to visit pumpkin patches. If I could I would take my kids every weekend to a different patch just to check out all the pumpkins and fun. My favorite thing to do at a pumpkin patch is take family photos. The scenery is just so perfect for fall pictures and usually the weather isn’t too bad that we can wear nice clothes without being all sweaty. I like to get our pumpkins pretty close to Halloween so that they still look good on Halloween. Since it has been so hot lately we have only visited one patch this year, I was hoping the weather would be cooler and I would of done this post a lot earlier in the month. So I decided to find some awesome pumpkin patches to share and hope they help in planning your next pumpkin patch trip.

Riverside County

Image from wickerdfarm.com

Image from wickerdfarm.com

Wickerd Farm

Wickerd Farm is a small but great little pumpkin patch located in Menifee. Normally this is a Christmas Tree Farm but during October it is full of pumpkins and Halloween fun. I used to live right down the street from this farm when I was much younger. I have nothing but find memories of going here. On Sundays the Farm hosts a Farmers Market and when the sun goes down the haunted hayrides begin.

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Big Horse Feed

Big Horse Feed in Temecula is a fairly well known pumpkin patch due in part to its large Corn Maze. There is also hay wagon rides and one of the largest pillow jumpers in Southern California. And of course they have a large selection of pumpkins.

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Peltzer Farms

This is my absolute favorite pumpkin patch! We go to Peltzer Farms every year to take family photos and just have an a great time at this smaller but fun pumpkin patch.

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Even though Peltzer is a smaller farm it is packed full of activities. There is gold/gem mining, pig races, petting zoo, photo ops, pony rides, train ride and a corn maze.
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The kids loved leading us through the corn maze.

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Maybe our future wedding venue, just maybe ;)

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I always end up with such memorable photos when we visit Peltzer.

San Diego County

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Bates Nut Farm

What would a pumpkin patch list be without mentioning Bates Nut Farm. The most popular and well known pumpkin patch in North County. Bates has a great selection of pumpkins along with a petting zoo, face painting, pony rides, a maze, bounce houses, vendors and more. Bates main feature is it’s stop with speciality treats and souvenirs.

Orange County

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Irvine Park Railroad Pumpkin Patch

Irvine Regional Park is a great hidden gem located in the hills of Irvine of Orange County. The very large park features walking trails, play grounds, pony rides, horseback trail rides, bike rentals, paddle boat rentals, nature center and the OC Zoo. One of the main attractions of the park is it’s Railroad and during the month of October this also serves as a pumpkin patch. The Railroad Pumpkin Patch is a great reason to visit this amazing park. The Pumpkin Patch also features carnival games, hay rides, Hohn Deere tractor races, face painting, bounce houses, gold mining, hay maze, cookie decorating and much much more!

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Tanka Farms

Everyone I know who lives out in Orange County loves to visit Tanka Farms to get their pumpkins for Halloween. With the traditional pumpkin farm setting who wouldn’t love to visit here. The Farm also features a wagon ride that goes around the entire 30 acre farm, photo ops, corn maze and petting zoo.

Los Angeles County

Image from underwoodfamilyfarms.com

Image from underwoodfamilyfarms.com

Underwood Family Farms

This has to be the most famous pumpkin patch on this list. It is frequented by many visitors during it’s pumpkin patch time including celebrities. Underwood Family Farms is located in Moorpark. It features some great photo ops, pig races, games, tractor slides, tractors and much more! Hey you might even bump into some famous faces while there.

*All the pumpkin patches listed are open daily until October 31st. A visit during the week will usually mean less crowds and also many patches have discounted prices for their attractions on weekdays.*

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Have a great time visiting some great pumpkin patches!

Cruzin Mama

Allergy Friendly Halloween Treats

Putting up my online teal pumpkin (image from foodallergy.org)

Putting up my online teal pumpkin (image from foodallergy.org)

Help make Halloween not so scary for kids with allergies!

I love Halloween time and have been finding so much fun activities to take my kids to. Especially ones to get a good wear out of their costumes. A downside to attending events and parties is having a child with severe food allergies, I worry about what will be served or given out and if he’s going to notice that he is missing out on things. So I have been so pleasantly surprised with the treats they have received at these events. There has been such a move in recent years to helping kids make healthier choices and you can see this so much in the treats that are being given out at events. I was so excited on our recent trip to Brick-or-Treat at Legoland to see healthy snacks and non-food items that were given out at the treat stations. My son was able to have his very first juice box there! We also attended a little Halloween Party at our local Disney Store and the treat bags they gave out contained “Apple Chippies!”(dried Apple slices), as my son likes to call them. Finally seeing items in his treat bags that he can enjoy is so awesome.

My little guy enjoying his first juice at Brick-or-Treat

My little guy enjoying his first juice at Brick-or-Treat

F.A.R.E. (Food Allergy Research & Education) has a great request going on for Halloween, it’s called the Teal Pumpkin Project. The project is fairly easy just paint a pumpkin teal and leave it out to let trick-or-treaters know that you are handing out non-food items. That’s it, a great simple request so that children with food allergies can have a not-so-scary Halloween.

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Non Food Treat Ideas

  • Glow Sticks, Bracelets, Necklaces
  • Bracelets
  • Necklaces
  • Pencils
  • Vampire teeth
  • Stickers
  • Bubbles
  • Bouncy Balls
  • Spider Rings

Allergy Friendly Treat Ideas

*Parents should still check all food items their child receives to make sure they are ok with their child’s allergies. I am a constant label reader and if I am not sure about an item I will give him something else, we never chance it. The food items I listed are just some items I have found safe for my son or look to be free of the 8 common allergens.*

Hope this helps everyone to have a safe and great Halloween!

Cruzin Mama

Legoland Brick-or-Treat *Review*

Image from legolandcaliforniaresort.com

Image from legolandcaliforniaresort.com

Brick-or-Treat and Party Nights at Legoland California Resort

It’s Halloween time at Legoland California! And on weekends the fun gets extra special with Brick-or-Treat and it’s Party Nights. Enjoy special trick-or-treating throughout Legoland and Sea Life Aquarium that is filled with some great treats and entertainment. You have the option to play all day in the park then join the spooky fun at night or just arrive for the night time haunts. Brick-or-Treat is only happening on select Fridays and Saturdays this October.

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Brick-or-Treat Party Nights There are still dates left to check out Brick-or-Treat! Fridays October 17th and 24th and also Saturdays October 18th and 25th. An all day pass is for admission to the park and Aquarium from 10am until 9pm. Nights only is from 5pm until 9pm. Purchasing tickets online ahead of time not only saves on cost but also grants early entrance at 4pm for those who purchase Party Nights only tickets. Parking is not included with ticket purchase, standard parking cost is $15. Half of the park is closed during Party Nights, but there are still rides available and the Aquarium is fully open. There is free live entertainment throughout the Brick-or-Treat trail and the park is fairly decorated. Click here to purchase your tickets now.

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So how is Brick-or-Treat?

My family just checked out Brick-or-Treat’s Party Night this last weekend. Overall we had a great time. The kids said they want to do it again next year. We did the Party Nights portion only. We arrived at about 4:30pm and from the parking lot we could tell the park was going to be a bit full. I was surprised that there was no real line at the entrance which was nice but the tent to get your Party Nights wristband was fairly long. Right after we got our wrists bands on we were ready to go and the kids could not wait to begin the fun. Our first stop was the Aquarium since it was the nearest Treat Stations.

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What’s great about the Sea Life Aquarium is you are let in through mid-size groups so it’s not too crowded. We enjoyed walking through but since we have already visited here quite a few times the kids were excited to rush to the first Treat Station. On the way we stopped and got a good look at the new Jellyfish Discovery.

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The kids really enjoyed Jellyfish Discovery. The glow in the dark style room is always fun and so was watching the tanks lights change the colors of the Jellyfish.

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Our very first Treat Station was a Pirate Ship with a friendly Buccaneer!

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Loved seeing the little details of decorations throughout the Aquarium.

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There was no wait for the Treat Stations inside Sea Life for us.

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A dance party area where kids could learn some fun fishy moves. The dance area got really busy as the night went on when all the flashing lights could be seen.

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We had fun in the Aquarium but we were so ready to check out all the rest of the Treat Stations.

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This little Spider-Man family was ready to have fun! So half the park is closed for the Party Nights which did make me a little bummed because almost all of my sons favorite rides where on the closed side of the park. What was nice though was that all the Treat Stations were so easy to spot. But the lines for them were incredibly long. Some of the lines were so long that a Legoland worker was standing at the end holding a sign to signify the end of that line. Since the lines for the Treat Stations were so long it left many of the rides lines pretty short.

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There were some fun stilt walkers and performers keeping guest entertained throughout the trails. There are also some great photo opportunities throughout the trails.

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I really loved how decorated the park is. It is not overly done and really fits in. Some of the displays are very interactive like the Fortune Teller Booth with a real Fortune Teller inside and a friendly troll who was telling some fun jokes and talking with the kids about their costumes.

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Had to get a pic of my Spider kids in front of a web too bad my little guy was more interested in his treats than taking a pic.

Had to get a pic of my Spider kids in front of a web too bad my little guy was more interested in his treats than taking a pic.

Three of the Treat Stations were located in the Enchanted Walk so there was only one line to wait in to get into the Walk. From there visiting those three stations was a breeze since only a certain amount of guests were allowed to enter at a time to not make the trail crowded. There where also three located in Mini Land and they were easy to go from line to line. What was nice is you could have an adult wait in line while taking the kids to check out all of Mini Land or watch a show on the main stage that was very close by. I have to say I was so happy to see some very healthy treats being given out, there was a few stations who had some candy, but the majority of treats were healthy snacks and organic juice. Of course what would a Brick-or-Treat be without some Bricks. There are two stations who hand out bricks; one is a fun commemorative single brick and the other is a Legends of Chima Lego Set. You can bet that station was the longest line there. There was a few other stages besides the main stage and there was also another dance party area that was really hoping. Even though dealing with long Treat Station lines we still had a really good time. The park was very crowded which was a bummer since half the park is closed so all the crowds are in one area. But overall anyone thinking of going to this event I would say to still check it out.

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There are two large stages and a few smaller stages throughout Brick-or-Treat. The main stage is in MiniLand which is where the costume contests are held. The other large stage is right next to the Dragon Coaster exit. Both large stages have singing and dancing performances and other fun acts. The smaller acts throughout the park include a great drum performer and an amazing painter.

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On the way to Castle Hill is a fun little light show near the giant Lego Spider. The path is decorated and the lights dance to the music playing.

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Don’t miss the giant Lego Lord Vampyer near the main stage. He and his ghoulish friends have a Monster Mash of a show on the main stage. Guest got to help assemble this giant Lego figure on the first night of Brick-or-Treat, how cool is that!

Brick-or-Treat Tips

So since every experience is a learning opportunity I wanted to share some tips and advice to help anyone going to attend Brick-or-Treat have a great time.

    • Do an All Day Pass – I have told my spouse that next year we will just do the All Day Pass. There are 4 Treat Stations open all day so that would ease up time during Party Nights having already completed those. Also the whole park is open so we would be able to enjoy all the rides, especially my sons favorites.
    • Arrive Early – If you plan on only doing the Party Nights tickets then take advantage and arrive early at the 4pm entrance that is allowed with tickets purchased online. By arriving early you can get in the front of the lines for some of the longer wait Treat Stations. Also you do not have to get your Brick-or-Treat at the front of the park wristband station. There is a few other locations for them further in the park with much shorter lines.
    • Bring an Extra Adult – If you were just planning on one adult taking the kids it would be beneficial to have two parents at least go. One parent could take the kids to do rides or watch the shows, while the other parent would do the wait in lines and just call when they get near to the front. This will help save on fussy line waiting kiddos.
    • Mid-size or Large Treat Bag – Bring a medium or large sized Trick-or-Treat bag. Some of the treats such as the Lego set and Magazine will not fit well in a small treat bag or bucket. This will save you on trying to carry all your treat items especially if you do not have a stroller to place them in.
    • Bring some snacks – I underestimated how much line waiting and Brick-or-Treating would make me hungry. We had a brought food for my son who has FPIES, but didn’t pack much for ourselves. Guess we thought that the Party Nights wasn’t a long amount of time. Well we got pretty hungry and ended up leaving before the Fireworks to go get a bite to eat. Even though the snacks given out were healthy they weren’t allergy safe for anyone with a dairy allergy or sensitivity.
    • Get seating early – With how many people who attend Party Nights, if you want to get a good view of a show grab a seat early. Click here to plan your trip now with the event map and show times.
    • Bring a Pen/Pencil– The Boat Cruise is now a Ghost Cruise with a special scavenger hunt in it. You are given a scavenger hunt paper when you enter the ride but pencils are not provided and are only at the raffle drop box. So to save on time after the ride and to make things easier to remember bring a pen/pencil with you. Also the winner of the scavenger hunt wins park hopper tickets and a special prize pack, definitely enter this contest!

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All of our treats!

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Sorry for such a long post and my delay in posting it. I just wanted to make sure I got all the details in and gave enough information to help everyone have a great experience. Brick-or-Treat is a great event and I do recommend it to anyone looking for some great family Halloween fun.

Have a spooktacular time!

Cruzin Mama

*This post was in no way sponsored or endorsed by Legoland California or it’s affiliates. Everything stated in this post is that of my own opinion. All photos are mine unless stated otherwise and are subject to copyright under Cruzin Mama. I was not paid or compensated to provide this post.*