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Halloween in Sierra Madre Will be Different This Year

Hidden treats

As written in ColoradoBoulevard.net, we can’t tell you when or exactly where, but there will be 200-300 eggs hidden daily in the city with fun tricks or treats, so beware. Inside those eggs will be five tickets per day of varying Halloween colors, seek what you may. Hunt, search, run and climb, but dress in your costume and have a great time. Make sure to social distance, wear your mask, and steer 6-feet clear of others; but bring along your pod of father, mother, sisters or brothers!

If you find a ticket, make sure to read the instructions carefully, as this is not the same treat the city would give out normally. The tickets will have the name of an organization or business on them with contact information on how to obtain their prize.

Most importantly, take lots of photos, the City would like to see your costume (adults can join the contest on Zoom). A press release from the city stated the following: “Tag us on Facebook and Instagram, let us know if you have had fun; and by the way, the adult costume must be a pun.  The pun can be funny, happy, or spooky just make sure it is family-friendly and kooky! Your submissions are all due online you will see, so look for the flyer, this is all free for our Community.”

As per The Huntington website, after a nearly five-month postponement caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens will open the outdoor areas of the highly anticipated expansion of its renowned Chinese Garden on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. Visitors will be treated to 11.5 new acres of landscape, pavilions, and other features in Liu Fang Yuan 流芳園, the Garden of Flowing Fragrance. With this last phase of construction now complete, Liu Fang Yuan has expanded from its initial 3.5 acres to 15 acres, becoming one of the largest classical-style Chinese gardens in the world. The complex includes the 12 acres of the central garden, as well as an extensive bamboo grove on the garden’s western edge (to be completed in the next few months) and a conifer forest to the north.

They also have other outdoor events you can enjoy.  Check out their calendar.  https://www.huntington.org/events/calendar/month

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