What would Halloween be without pumpkins? Take a drive to Half Moon Bay for the Pumpkin Festival! Half Moon Bay is only about an hour from Berkeley (though there will be lots of traffic that weekend) and is a delightful place to visit.
Berkeley Really Celebrates Halloween & Dia de los Muertos – The Day Of The Dead
Elementary School Parades
Great Berkeley Halloween Streets
Start on Russell Street in Claremont (celebration ends about 8:30 pm) then visit the amazing pumpkins on Ashby and Piedmont; travel north and stroll along Josephine Street between Cedar and Rose, then make your way to Mariposa Avenue … one of Berkeley’s loveliest tree-lined streets.
Click on the videos below to see what special treats await you at one of Berkeley’s Elementary School Parade. The parade video is of Emerson School in Elmwood and Thousand Oaks School in Thousand Oaks.
The pumpkins and animatronics are on Russell and Piedmont/Ashby in Claremont & Elmwood; Josephine Street in North Berkeley and Mariposa Avenue near the Arlington Circle Fountain.
Thanksgiving .. my favorite holiday!
Day Of The Dead
A “Dia de los Muertos” Day of the Dead parade is often in North Berkeley, usually 1 or 2 November.
First Church Berkeley has a Day of the Dead Celebration
Sat Nov 02 2019 at 03:00 pm
First Church Berkeley, 2345 Channing Way, Berkeley, California 94704, Berkeley, United States
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