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What’s Happening: Spooky edition

By: Staff reports
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Callson Manor, Roseville’s haunted houses 

Located at the Placer County Fairgrounds, Callson Manor offers an extreme Halloween experience with three different haunted houses, as well as courtyards featuring Zombie Paintball, The Living Dead Stage, Chainsaw Alley, Tarot Reader, Bubbas BBQ and various large-scale animatronics. The new opening show ceremony starts at 7:30 p.m. every night.

What: Callson Manor

When: Oct. 29-31

Where: Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All-America City Blvd.

Cost: General tickets $23, Extreme VIP $30

Info: www.callsonmanor.com/index.html


Family Fun Night in downtown Roseville

Kiddies, it may be a day early, but suit up in your Halloween costumes and head to downtown Roseville with your parents for Family Fun Night on Tuesday. During the free event, hosted by the Downtown Roseville Merchants Association, businesses will be handing out candy to young trick-or-treaters.

What: Family Fun Night

When: 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30

Where: Vernon Street in Roseville

Cost:  Free and open to the public

Info: www.downtownroseville.com


“Kick or Treat”

It’s a scary world out there ... and not just on Halloween. If you’re looking to add some kick to your trick-or-treating plans, head to THE STUDIO. Martial arts instructors will offer safety tips and instruction designed for both adults and children. Child ID kits will also be offered, while supplies last. Families are encouraged to dress up and bring a bag for candy!

What: “Kick or Treat”

When: 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31

Where: THE STUDIO Martial Arts & Fitness, 4130 Douglas Blvd., Suite 405, Granite Bay

Cost: Free

Info: www.trainatthestudio.com or (916) 258-5425


Cash for candy

It happens every Halloween — a kid has to visit the orthodontist because a Tootsie Roll messed up the wires in his braces. Don’t become a statistic. Image Orthodontics in Roseville is inviting kids to bring in their trick-or-treating spoils to be reimbursed with cash, to the tune of $1 for each pound. In honor of October being National Orthodontic Health Month, they also advise anyone with braces or retainers avoid sticky, chewy, hard or crunchy treats and limit candy altogether.

What: Candy Buy Back program

When: Nov. 1-9

Where: Image Orthodontics, 1271 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Ste 100, Roseville

Info: www.imageorthodontics.com or (916) 783-5239

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