4 places to go on Halloween

By Shelby Lofton

Photo courtesy of mcbarnicle | Wikimedia Commons


Louise Avenue, Granada Hills // scare level: wimps

Go out for some old-fashioned trick-or-treating on Friday night. Run into old friends and new in this nearby Granada Hills neighborhood. Houses are big and so are the candy bars!

Studio City, Mound View Street // scare level: absolute weenies

Grab some eye candy by watching all the celebrities roam Studio City’s streets while trick or treating. Start on Mound View and weave your way around with friends. Be sure to keep a good name for teenagers and don’t stay out too late!

Pierce College Fright Fair // scare level: brave souls

On most weekdays and all weekends at dusk until November 2, drive across the valley to Pierce College to enjoy a fun night with friends and family. Be sure to check out the frightening corn maze and beware of the surprise at the end! Satisfy your cravings on some fair food and dare yourself to walk through the Haunted Houses on the grounds.

Big Worm’s Sherwood Scare // scare level: daredevils

Scream the scare out of you on Fridays and Saturdays until October 31 in this homemade haunted house. Set in a typical San Fernando Valley neighborhood, this 3600 square foot home houses the town’s most frightening Halloween event. If you chicken out upon your arrival, the trick-or-treating surrounding is fair with a few dark streets between blocks.


Author: Plaid Press

Granada Hills Charter High School newspaper

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