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A drive-thru Halloween at Howarth Park

October 23, 2020

Due to COVID-19, all recreation programs have been altered or suspended; however, a drive thru Halloween is being held at Howarth Park hosted by Santa Rosa Recreation and Park and Howarth Memorial Park. A safe and socially distanced drive-thru Halloween activity where families will get to enjoy some spooky fun Halloween scenes, participate in a scavenger hunt and receive a treat bag, all the while in your car.

This event will take place Oct. 24 and the following are times for you to register for a one time slot. 

•1-1:30pm

•1:15-1:45pm

•1:30-2pm

•1:45-2:15pm

•2-2:30pm

•2:15-2:45pm

•2:30-3pm

•2:45-3:15pm

•3-3:30pm

•3:15-3:45pm

•3:30-4pm

Tickets may be secured by going to: srcity.pervectmind.com/23508/clients/BookMe4Bookingpages/Bookingcoursespage.

Ticket includes a check in time, treat bag, and viewing of Halloween scenes set up through-out the parking lot. It is expected that everyone in your party will stay inside the vehicle, and when a window(s) is down, everyone in the vehicle must wear a face covering. Every child (ages 2-12) needs to be registered to receive a treat bag. 

Please enter the park by driving from south to north, on Summerfield Rd., coming from the Montgomery Village, or Hoen Ave. to make a right-hand turn into the park. Left-hand turns into the park will not be allowed. Please call 707-543-3737 with any questions. 

In the event of rainy weather, please call 707-543-3425 the morning of the event for a status update. This event is free, but you must still pre-register for a 30-minute time slot. You may register by calling 707-543-3737 (all ages are welcome but only registered children ages 2-12 will receive a treat bag and each child must be registered separately).