Top 5 Things to do This Halloween

When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween!

It’s that one time of year when you can dress up as silly or scary as you desire! We’ve compiled a list of fun Halloween events happening in Lodi this October:  

Wicked Wine Stroll

Downtown Lodi | Oct 13 | 6 – 9 pm

Dress in your best Halloween costume and enjoy a night of wine tasting, shopping, and fun! Over 25 wineries will be pouring their newest vintages and winemakers will be discussing why Lodi is the home to a growing number of award-winning wineries. School Street’s shops and boutiques will serve delectable appetizers with special shopping discounts. 

Micke Grove Zoo's Hallowild

Micke Grove Zoo's Hallowild | Oct 19-20 & Oct 26-27 | 5 – 8 pm

Join us for a fun-filled afternoon at Micke Grove zoo for Hallowild. Trick or Treat with your family and enjoy this family-friendly event! Don't forget your costumes!

Children $1.00 / Adults $5.00 / Free admission for members

Halloween Bash at Jessie's Grove

Jessie's Grove Winery | Oct 27 | 7 - 10 pm

Because we like a good scare and we're fond of fright, we're celebrating Halloween night! Calling all witches, goblins, and ghosts to join us for a spooktacular time! There will be eyeballs, worms, and spooky treats for all of you to eat, but beware of the tricks that may lie at your feet. Your finger foods will be paired with this month's selected werewolf blood.

Zombie Walk

Downtown Lodi | Oct 27 | 5 - 10 pm

Hey, horror fans! Do you dream of being undead and walking among the living? Well here is your chance to bring out your inner monster and walk with zombies along the historic streets of Downtown Lodi. Don’t want to dress up? That’s okay too; you can have just as much fun watching the zombies take over the downtown streets!

Trunk or Treat

St. Peter Lutheran School | Oct 26 | 5 - 8 pm

Come out with the whole family to St. Peter Lutheran School for this year's Trunk or Treat, a benefit for St. Peter's students. Decorated cars park together so that neighbors can hand out candy to each other in a communal setting while competing for the best dressed up automobile (nothing too scary please). The Trunk or Treat festival is a fun-filled celebration of fall with friends, family and maybe just a touch of fear.

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