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Safe Halloween event set for Sunday at BLD complex
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Manteca’s newest Safe Halloween event takes place Sunday at the Big League Dreams sports complex starting at 5 p.m.

The Safe Halloween is being conducted in partnership with Lathrop Christian Center, Manteca Unified high school sports teams, Manteca Parks & Recreation as well as the local home school group.

Games and activities for children will be offered. Trick or treat stations will be located within the park.

Ages 12 and under are free. Any one in costume will not be charged. Guests 13 and over will be charged the normal gate fee of $3.

Mad scientist lab
Richard Feuerstein has converted his garage to resemble that of Dr. Frankenstein lab right out of a Universal Studio set. It is open tonight and Sunday from 7 to 9 p.mat his home at 1373 Pajaro Ave. The lab can be reached by turning south onto Pajaro Avenue from Northgate Drive roughly midway between Union Road and Main Street.

The Mad Scientist Laboratory is recommended for ages 5 and up. There will be candy for the kids.

Trunk or Treat
Members of the Health Occupations Students of America at Manteca Unified are hosting a “Trunk or Treat” event Sunday.

The Safe Halloween event will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. in the Manteca High staff parking lot at 450 E. Yosemite Ave.

Included, for a minimal fee, will be food – Nachos, Slurpees, popcorn, chips, cotton candy, to name a few – games, and a haunted house.

ROP students dressed in costume will distribute candy from the trunks of their vehicles.

Children of all ages are invited.
Bible Land Festival
First Baptist Church, 715 E. North St., is conducting a Bible Land Festival Sunday at 6 p.m.

They are welcoming all children from kindergarten to eighth grade. All activities will be moved inside if the weather is cold or wet. The theme this year is, “Walking Through the Bible.”

While you are “Walking Through the Bible,” you will have fun at game booths, including carnival type games, bounce house, maze, hayride, crafts, carpet ball, cake walk, fishing for prizes, and more. Every child will go home with prizes and candy earned at each game booth.

You can also visit the Manna Café and get something to eat (hot dogs, nachos, dessert, water, coffee, and punch.) Get a food ticket when you enter the festival. Suggested donation for food is $2 per person.