Halloween sights throughout La Jolla: Fall Fest, kids, pets, businesses celebrate pre-Halloween

Adrien Rahmati, Juliette Levy, Elena Hardiman and Eva Levy represent all kinds of princesses (and a cowboy) at the La Jolla Shores Fall Fest.

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Photo by Ashley Mackin

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La Jollans just couldn’t wait and got in the Halloween spirit early with events throughout the community. On Oct. 22, 2013 Warwick’s Books hosted a pirate party, where young swashbucklers heard stories and got to search for treasure. On Oct. 24, the La Jolla Shores Fall Fest brought out kids of all ages for games, music, candy collecting and more. Once there, families got to see the spook-tacular decorations at Barbarella. Muttropolis also hosted its annual Howl-O-Ween costume contest on Oct. 25 and it featured 43 canine contestants.

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