Long Beach Halloween
At the dawn of the 20th Century Long Beach was growing, attracting newcomers from all over the country looking for a fresh start or retirement along the mild Southern California coast. And so did grow the number of those folks needing a final resting place; such is life.
The Long Beach Police Department would like to encourage community members to practice the following safety tips to help ensure a fun and safe Halloween:
The Los Altos United Methodist Church gathers weekly on Wednesday evenings for a multi-generational time of fun, food, faith formation and fellowship called “Everyone’s Inn.” Coming up on Wednesday, October 28, “Everyone’s Inn” will host a very special Halloween celebration.
Patients and members of the Long Beach Fire Department parade through the halls ofMiller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach picking up treats at different hospital departments.
Spirits were high Friday at Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach where more than 50 patients and their families, each accompanied by a member of the Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD), trick-or-treated through the halls.
Miller Children’s patient, Natalie, proudly displays the beach themed work of art she created at the7th Annual “Artful Healing for Our Heroes” art exhibit.
On Friday, Oct. 24, dozens of patients, families, nurses and visitors made their way to Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach for the 7th Annual “Artful Healing for Our Heroes” art exhibit.
The Long Beach Police Department would like to warn parents about marijuana laced candy, and encourage the community to practice safety tips to ensure a fun and safe Halloween.
Can you identify which candies pictured in this photo are laced with marijuana?
On Thursday, October 2, The Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor unleashed a spectacle of new haunted spirits, mazes and attractions that landed the annual festival on the Travel Channel’s list of the top ten haunts in the world. Nightly Dark Harbor attracts thousands of brave thrill seekers and continues to experience record-breaking attendance growth annually making it the fastest growing haunt in Southern California.
Are you brave enough to enter KGA’s School House of Horrors?
Join Khmer Girls in Action on Halloween night and find out why so many students like ghosts, are disappearing before our eyes. Why do they leave? Where do they go?
Nine graveside stories bring Long Beach history to life.
The Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) proudly presents its 19th annual historical tour of the two oldest cemeteries in the city. The Cemetery Tour is a unique daytime family event.
Miller Children’s patient stops by the gift shop at Long Beach Memorial, one of the designatedHalloween parade stops, with her firefighter buddy from the Long Beach Fire Department.
Dozens of firefighters from the Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) joined more than 60 patients and families at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach for its annual trick-or-treating Halloween parade.