Pillage the Village Is Back In La Jolla

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The Village of La Jolla will put on their traditional Pillage the Village today, Halloween. Bring your little pillagers to this fun, family event! Dress in your best costume and watch for four “witches” who will be out and about choosing 20 of their favorite goblins who will be requested to arrive at the REBA office at 4:30 pm where prizes will be awarded for the best costumes.

Spend an afternoon of trick or treating at participating merchants in La Jolla Village. Each participating merchant will be designated by orange and black balloons at their entrances.

Participating Merchants Include:

Adelaide’s, Arricia Market, Asian A Spa, Bower’s Jewelers, Box Brothers, Burn’s Drugs, California Closets, C & H Photo, Coldwell Banker, Cups, Diane’s Swimwear, Elizabeth Allen Atelier, Emma Jane, Everett Stunz, Gallery Properties, Girard Gourmet, Hennessey’s, Jersey Mike’s Subs, J & S Beauty, Kate Spade, La Jolla Music, La Jolla Village Lodge, LF Stores, MCASD, Meanley’s Hardware, Muttropolis, Nekter Juice Bar, Title Nine, The Secret Clinic, Warwick’s, And More!

Please remember that Thanksgiving is just around the corner and hunger is year round. Non-perishable food items are requested in exchange for a commemorative Trick or Treat bag. Locations for food drop-offs are: Monday – Thursday, October 28-31st from 9 AM to 5 PM at the REBA Office (908 Kline St.) and/or C&H Photo (7442 Girard Ave.).

All proceeds will benefit the Jacob & Cushman San Diego Food Bank. Non-perishable food items can include: canned goods, pasta, crackers, cookies, bean, rice and cereal and other packaged foods.

Collect your trick-or-treating bag at REBA (908 Kline St.) or C & H Photo (7442 Girard Ave.) between Oct. 28 and Oct. 31 in exchange for donation of non-perishable food item to benefit the San Diego Food Bank.

Take pictures and share them with us! Have a happy and safe Halloween!

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Halloween Week in La Jolla

Don’t let the gloomy weather damper your Halloween plans. La Jolla is gearing up for a great Halloween week and here are some wickedly fun events happening around town.

Halloween Story for toddlers is Warwick’s trick-or-treat story time this year and it starts tomorrow, Tuesday at 11 a.m. Come dressed in costume because it will only make the experience more enjoyable. pillage-the-village-2013 Pillage the Village, from 3 to 6 p.m., will take place in the La Jolla Village. Come dressed in your favorite costume and trick-or-treat at participating stores on Girard Ave. Participating merchants will be marked with black and orange balloons. The event will also have a costume contest and a food drive for the San Diego Food Bank.

Silent Horror Films will be screened on Halloween night at UC San Diego. The screenings will include 16mm films featuring hauntings, vampirism, demons and ghosts. Yes ghosts! Showtime is at 7 p.m. in the Seuss Room at the Gesisel Library on campus. Still not convinced? The Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra will perform live music and sounds as the silent films are shown. Have we mentioned it’s FREE?! boo

Most of us don’t need an excuse to treat ourselves to Chipotle, but in case you do, then Boorito for Dinner (Get it?) is the perfect excuse. Visit any location on Halloween night dressed in costume and get any burrito, bowl, salad, or an order of tacos for only $3! This offer is only valid on Halloween night October 31st from 4 p.m. to closing. All proceeds will benefit the “Boorito” fundraiser, which is Chipotle’s Cultivate Foundation.

Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is this Friday and Hotel La Jolla’s Haitus Lounge is creating a frenzied feast. The Dia De Los Muertos Party is on Friday November 1st, at 7 p.m. and will include tequila cocktail specials, live music, a piñata, and a face painting station.

As always, keep up to date with all events happening in and around La Jolla by visiting our La Jolla Blue Book Events page. We wish you all a fun and safe Halloween!

San Diego Pumpkin Patches, Hay-Wagon Rides and More!

Have you picked out the perfect pumpkin to carve yet? Well it’s not too late! There are a few pumpkin patches around La Jolla, and the best part is they have activities for all ages. So let your pumpkin adventure begin at one these patches that include kid rides, giant slides, inflatable play centers, petting zoos, game zones, school tours and even party packages.

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