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The Rotary Club of the Delta Haunted House fundraiser will be held at Dallas Ranch Middle School on Oct 29th and 30th, this year.
Scream Night is Saturday October 29th from 5 pm to 8 pm for the big kids and Spook Day is on Sunday October 30th from 11 am to 2 pm for the little kids with costume parade and trunk or treat – plus a less scary haunted house.
This is our second year – and should be lots of fun.
Entrance is free, but the tickets for the attractions are 50 cents each or 50 tickets for $20. This fundraiser benefits Antioch school libraries.
5K run/walk on October 15 at Contra Loma Regional Park in Antioch
The Drama Factory will host a Halloween-themed, athletic event for all ages that includes a 5K run, a one-mile run, and a children’s costume parade through Antioch’s scenic Contra Loma Regional Park. This is a fundraiser that helps keep the performing arts accessible to the community.
Registration fees include a unisex event T-shirt designed by local artist, and director, John Ballesteros; and a finisher’s ribbon. The first 5K overall male and female finishers will be awarded a plaque. The first overall male and female in the one-mile event will receive medals.
Register by Friday, October 7th – today – to guarantee that you will receive a shirt as supplies are limited. Costumes are encouraged, but optional. Spectators are also encouraged to wear a costume.
Saturday, October 1, 2016 8:00 pm
Ryan Kane is the current San Francisco magic champion, having taken first place when competing against the best magicians in the Bay. Known for his comedic edge, high energy, and original magic, Ryan has performed from New York to Las Vegas and his corporate appearance clients include such prestige names as Microsoft, Intel, and Louis Vuitton.
Ryan began learning magic in 1995 when he was six-years old. He would spend his childhood grasping the fundamentals of this sophisticated and complex craft. In his early teens, Ryan began using his magic and bright personality to gather audiences on the streets of Old Sacramento. The results of these challenging early performances are evident today in the quick wit and charm he demonstrates as a featured performer at casinos in Reno and at the top tourist destination in San Francisco, Pier 39.
Watch Trailer: Get Tickets: http://www.elcampaniltheatre.com/ryan-kane.html or call (925) 757-9500.
El Campanil Theatre is located at 602 W. Second Street in downtown Antioch.