California Halloween Events

Novato Not So Scary Halloween Magic Show

October 23, 2021, 5:30 p.m.

Margaret Todd Senior Center
1560 Hill Rd.
Novato, CA



Trick or Treat Downtown

October 26, 2019, 11 a.m. -2 p.m.

Novato, CA


Trick-or-Treat Downtown Novato Grant Avenue, Novato. The Downtown Novato Business Association hosts a Safe Trick-or-Treat event along Grant Avenue. Businesses along Grant Avenue give out candy and fun activities take place at locations downtown.  Downtown Novato Business Association merchants on Grant Avenue stock up on as much candy as they can and wait eagerly for kids in costume to show up on their doorsteps.


NOVATO Scream on the Green

October 25, 2019, 5:30-9 p.m. & October 26, 2019, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Sherman Avenue between Grant & Delong
Novato, CA

Scream on the Green Faire includes Safe trick-or-treating downtown on Saturday, a haunted house, pumpkin carving contest, costume contest, live music, children's play area, and food and beverages. Carnival of fun showcases nonprofits and businesses each offering  an activity for the kids.

Visit City  Haunted House at City Hall and Candyland Lane where Grant Avenue shops hand out candy for the Downtown Novato Business Association Safe Trick-O-Treat.

Stormtroopers, music, food and festivities, including costume contests.

Haunted House
Costume Contest
Live Music & Entertainment Both Days
Artisan Booths
Children's Play Area
Food & Beverages

Novato Haunted House of Horrors

October  18-19, October 25-26, 2019, 7-10 p.m.

600 Bugeia Lane

Novato Horsemen has been a part of the Marin County community since 1942 and was incorporated in 1945. It co-sponsored Novato's original "Western Weekend Parade & Rodeo" until 1978, which was the largest attended affair in Novato. The club is currently one of the largest horsemen associations in California but unfortunately, it is also one of the last remaining active horse clubs in a county which once hosted many barns and stables. As land values skyrocket, Novato Horsemen members strive to withstand "progress" to keep Novato and Marin County's horse heritage alive for future generations of children and adults. The club, which consists of over 300 senior and junior members from the five surrounding Northern Bay Area counties, currently participates in a variety of cattle events, trail rides, and social affairs, as well as horsemanship education at the Horsemen's own facility. Horse owner or not, most activities are open to all within the community. Membership dues are kept low so anyone can participate. Members also donate their time to all activities, as well as maintaining the clubhouse facilities, arenas and grounds. Novato Horsemen History Novato Historian 2019 article about our club! << click here to read a great article on the history of Novato Horsemen

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