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Tempe’s 30th Annual Family Halloween Carnival by azhttp

Tempe’s 30th Annual Halloween Carnival a treat for all

Families invited to the best “monster mash” in town

TEMPE, Ariz. – Don’t get spooked this Halloween! Come to one of the most

exciting and safe places in the Valley to celebrate Halloween with your

family. Tempe’s 30th Annual Family Halloween Carnival will be Wednesday,

Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Kiwanis Community Park, 6005 S.

All-America Way (Mill Avenue and All-America Way).

Some spooktacular highlights include entertainment, food, face painting,

carnival games and a 7:30 p.m. costume contest for goblins of all ages.

Local groups will provide live entertainment.

Admission is free and is offered to Valley families as a safe alternative to

trick-or-treating. Carnival tickets are 25 cents each, and proceeds will

benefit non-profit groups around the state.

More than 5,000 families are expected to attend this year’s event, and Tempe

hopes that number will grow even more in the years to come.

For more information visit or call the City of Tempe

Parks and Recreation Office at 480-350-5200. Text telephone/TDD is available

at 480-350-5050.

3nd Annual Tempe Town Lake Haunted Halloween Boat Tour Oct 29th by quotes
October 18, 2006, 10:02 pm
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3nd Annual Tempe Town Lake Haunted Halloween Boat Tour Oct 29th

October 18 , 2006 by Kathleen Gorden

Giant Town Lakeness Monster preying upon innocent souls from the cold, dark depths of Tempe Town Lake c and other terrifying tales!

Could it be the dreaded gigantic Town Lake great Catfish dragging unsuspecting fishermen and their poles to a watery demise?

Did you know that late at night the dreaded ghost ship Haunted Hayden still sails the roiling waters of Tempe Town Lake, dooming all aboard any craft it encounters?

These and other accounts of the dark, dangerous depths of Town Lake will be chillingly revealed by the crusty old-salty Sailor Randy who grew up overhearing hair-raising chronicles recounted by seasoned mariners and whalers in the seedy saloons along Tempe’s old waterfront „Ÿ long before the great Salt River was tamed by dams, a Lake and modern development.

If you are not predisposed to cowardice or numbing fear, then dare to join Sailor Randy at 7pm Sunday, October 29th aboard the S.S. Night Fright as he relates some of the many disturbing legends about the mysteries of Town Lake „Ÿ the real accounts that they donft want you to know about.

Hear the spine-tingling stories of great naval battles, tragic shipwrecks, mysterious curses, appalling apparitions and lost gold doubloons that lure treasure seekers to Town Lake shallows.

The best news is if you are stout of heart and not subject to panic attacks, this harrowing Halloween tour and cruise, presented by the Friends of Rio Salado, is absolutely free!

First come seating is very limitedcand standing is strictly prohibited. Unless, of course, you want to be drawn overboard by the powerful magnetic forces of the infamous Tempe Triangle.

What: 3nd Annual Tempe Town Lake Haunted Halloween Boat Tour
When: Sunday, October 29 7-8pm
Where: Tempe Town Lake. Sails from Rio Lago Boat Dock

Presented by: The Friends of Rio Salado for ages 10 & older.  More Information & Reservations: 480.838.2414


PB & J event celebrates “boils, ghouls” by quotes
October 9, 2006, 9:17 pm
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PB & J event celebrates “boils, ghouls”


TEMPE, Ariz. – Singer, songwriter and storyteller Persephone will
present “Everything is Bootiful” for children ages 3 to 5 years during
the Peanut Butter and Jam Concert series at 10 a.m. on Oct. 16 in the
Tempe Community Center Courtyard, just east of the Tempe Public Library
at 3500 S. Rural Road.


“Boils and ghouls,” ages 3 to 5 years, can wear their Halloween
costumes, do the “Monster Mash” and sing-a-long with Persephone, a
highly accomplished music therapist and performer who excels at
providing dynamic educational and music therapy programming and
children’s entertainment. Children also will have the option of
participating in make-and-take art activities and finishing the concert
with a peanut butter & jam snack.


Participants and encouraged to bring water bottles, blankets, hats and
sunscreen. Registration is not required for this FREE event sponsored by
Target Corporation, Tempe Public Library and the city of Tempe Cultural
Services Division. Information:
<>  or call 480/350-5287.

Tempe hosts family Halloween events by quotes
October 1, 2006, 8:57 pm
Filed under: City of Phoenix News, City of Tempe, City of Tempe News, Events, Halloween, Tempe

Tempe hosts family Halloween events

TEMPE, Ariz. – Tempe will scare up some fun in October, with two Halloween events geared to families and little ghouls.

Join us for a thrilling adventure in an eerie mansion at the Family Halloween Adventure on Friday, Oct. 30, from 6-8:30 p.m., at Escalante Community Center, 2150 E. Orange Street. The event will feature a haunted house, music, crafts, games and a graveyard display. Admission is $2 per person. For more information, call 480-350-5800.

Tempe’s 29th Annual Family Halloween Carnival will be Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., at Kiwanis Park, 6005 S. All-America Way. The event provides families and children of all ages with an evening of costume contests, carnival games, food and entertainment. Admission to the event is free and tickets for the carnival games can be purchased for 25 cents each. For more information, call 480-350-5200 or visit
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