Events in Alameda Oct. 27 to Nov. 5

USS Hornet Museum Instagram -- The Monsters Bash is one of many Halloween-inspired events in Alameda this week.
USS Hornet Museum Instagram -- The Monsters Bash is one of many Halloween-inspired events in Alameda this week.

Events in Alameda Oct. 27 to Nov. 5

Friday, Oct. 27 through Sunday, Oct. 29

  • Annual Teen Haunted House — In person, South Shore Center (Park Street & Otis Drive)
    Teens. 18th Annual Teen Haunted House is back. Visitors are invited to walk through the spookiest house on the island. Tix: $5 for 17 Years and under; $7 for 18 Years and over. More info: 510-747-7575.

Saturday, Oct. 28

  • Encinal Fall Carnival — In person, noon to 4 p.m.; Encinal High School, 210 Central Ave.
    Free, teens. Partake in a Halloween inspired carnival that will include a costume contest, pumpkin painting contest, games and more. Food and drinks will be served. More info: 510-748-4023.
  • Boo Bingo — In person, 6 to 9 p.m.; Veterans Memorial Building, 2203 Central Ave.
    Adults. The Veteran Groups of Alameda (VGA) & East Bay Navy League Council are hosting a Halloween inspired Bingo event for Mastick members. $10 for Bingo card. More info: 510-747-7500
  • Monsters Bash — In person, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.; USS Hornet Museum, 707 W. Hornet Ave.
    Celebrate Halloween onboard Hornet, the most haunted ship in America, for a spooky night of costumes, live music, food, drinks and dancing! Tix: $30. More info: www.facebook.com/usshornetmuseum.

Sunday, Oct. 29

  • Pumpkin Patch Pool Party — In person, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Encinal Swim Center, 210 Central Ave.
    All ages. Have a fun day taking a swim in a pumpkin patch while also playing games and creating arts and crafts. Visitors will also receive a pumpkin. Must register. Life jackets available. Tix: $15. More info: www.alamedaca.gov/recreation.

Tuesday, Oct. 31

  • Halloween Parade and Treats for Children! — In person, noon; Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Ave.
    Free, all ages. Enjoy the holiday by watching the children from ABC Preschool parade around in their Halloween costumes. Mastick Members are welcome to bring their grandchildren. More info: 510-747-7500.

Thursday, Nov. 2

  • Build with LEGO — In person, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.; Bay Farm Library, 3221 Mecartney Dr.
    Free, all ages. Participants can use their imagination and creativity to create with LEGO building blocks. More info: 510-747-7787

Saturday, Nov. 4

  • Second Annual Fiesta Alameda — In person, noon to 5 p.m.; Radium Runway, 2149 Ferry Point
    Free, all ages. Presented by Alameda-based arts organization, West End Arts District. Celebrate the Latin community with Fiesta Alameda, an extravaganza of music, dance, arts and crafts, food, and drinks. More info: www.westendartsdistrict.org

Saturday, Nov. 4 & Sunday, Nov. 5

  • 43rd Annual Alameda Holiday Boutique — In person, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; DeWitt O’ Club, 641 West Red Line Ave.
    Free, all ages. Buy and sell arts and crafts from local artists and craft makers. Proceeds benefit the Leisure Club, a recreation program for developmentally disabled teens and adults. More info: www.alamedaholidayboutique.org.

Sunday, Nov. 5

  • The Amazing Bubble Man — In person, 1 to 2 p.m.; Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding Ave.
    All ages. Magician Louis Pearl explores the breath-taking dynamics of bubbles, combining comedy and artistry to create spellbinding bubble tricks to keep everyone mesmerized. Tix: $15 for kids; $25 for adults. More info: www.rhythmix.org.

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