WOODLAND HILLS—On Saturday, October 29, Warner Center in Woodland Hills will be featuring its first annual Rotary Club Halloween festival. The First Annual Halloween Family Faire will take place at Warner Center Park near Topanga Canyon and Califa Street. The event begins on Saturday from 10 a.m. and will last until 5 p.m.
The family-oriented fair provides activities that all families can enjoy. The website claims: “The faire will feature a variety of fun activities for children of all ages including: pumpkin painting, face painting, a costume parade and contests, games, and bounce houses. In addition, there will be arts and crafts, exhibitors, food trucks, entertainment and more.”
The event will be open to the general public and will also feature free parking. Diane Nelson, President of the Rotary Club of Woodland Hills stated on the website: “By participating in this event, local residents will not only enjoy a fun Halloween experience, but will also contribute to the many causes supported by Rotary, and in particular the Valley’s first RotarCare Clinic, which will provide medical care to low-income families in need.”
The RotaCare Clinic is a privately-funded clinic supported by volunteers. Proceeds from the festival will be used to support this local clinic in aid of families that need healthcare.
For additional information visit: www.halloweenfaire.org.