Senior communications major Kamalei Lee works the Kindness Corner booth at the Fall 2016 Spotted Pig Round-Up event Tuesday in the Johnson Family Plaza.
There are hidden tombstones nestled under shaggy trees only 10 minutes from wherever you are on campus. This sounds scary, but at Spadra Cemetery on Pomona Boulevard in Pomona, Halloween night became an educational experience for all that dared to enter.
Once her cauldron of candies runs out, La Verne resident Lesa Blanto and her friends sit in their front yard, eat chili with cornbread and watch the trick-or-treaters.
From a spooky carriage in front of the smoke shop to a worker dressed in a frozen yogurt costume handing out Sour Punch Straws, La Verne’s Halloween spirit caused a stir in the usually quiet town.
Maureen Davis and her two dogs, Lynn and Patty, dressed up as the Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 and Thing 2, winning the funniest pet costume at the Friends of Upland Animal Shelter costume parade and contest Saturday in Memorial Park in Upland.
Three miles away in the Claremont village Día de los Muertos is celebrated with the beautiful decoration of store windows.
Cowboys, skeletons and pirates danced the night away to live music and entertainment at the Halloween Hop Dance for the Special Needs Population Friday night at the La Verne Community Center.
La Verne got into the Halloween spirit Tuesday with a fun campus-wide trick-or-treating event hosted by the Campus Activities Board.
La Verne community members out early Saturday got to hear the music of Soundwave band while enjoying samples of persimmons and oranges at the La Verne farmers market, which has been in full swing Saturdays year-round for over a year.
Children dressed up as vampires, princesses, superheroes and witches, some carrying pumpkins, paraded through the streets of the 35th annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire, Saturday.