BRENTWOOD: Home-Town Halloween October 25, 2014, 5 - 7:30 p.m.
First & Oak
(925) 925 634-3344
Celebration of Halloween Portions of Oak & First Streets are closed to all traffic. Local businesses have booths and there is the "big pumpkin" for children. It is a totally safe environment for the youngsters & they all go home with lots of candy!
Calling all Ghost and Goblins, join us for night of Fun Trick or Treating in downtown Brentwood. Starts at 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Don't forget your trick or treat bag. This event will be located in Downtown Brentwood. Oak St. & First.
Hometown Halloween is Sponsored by The Brentwood Chamber of Commerce and Sutter Delta Medical Center.
Scarecrows in the Park on view beginning October 17, 2014
Brentwood City Park
710 2nd Street
Sign-up with the Parks and Recreation Department by 5 p.m. on October 10th. Next, design and build your own Scarecrow. Scarecrows will be displayed in City Park beginning October 17. Ribbons will be awarded in two categories - Non-Professional and Design Professional during the Movie in the Park on Friday, October 24. Stop by the Parks and Recreation Department to pick up your event rules/registration form today or you can download it. Fee is $15 per Scarecrow.
Brentwood Pumpkin Festival through Oct. 3- 31, 2014
Brentwood's annual Pumpkin Festival. Located at Technology Way and Brentwood Blvd behind Auto Zone. The Brentwood Pumpkin Festival hours are Friday and Saturday 10am to 10 pm and Sundays 10am to 9pm. Limited events and pumpkin patch are open daily.
Brentwood is a fun place to visit,
especially during the annual events and
celebrations such as Halloween,
Christmas tree lighting, and
seasonal ice rink. Oh, don't forget
about Spring! There's an
Egg Hunt for Easter.