[RLC] – Real Life Church in Valencia is inviting the SCV community to a fun, safe environment for families to gather and enjoy a unique take on Halloween at the fourth annual event, themed “Halloween on Route 66.”
The event will be held Saturday, Oct. 25, from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the parking lot of Real Life Church, 23841 Newhall Ranch Road.
We invite you to turn back the clock, where the neon still glows bright, tail fins are high and the latest in stylish must-have automobile is the Chevy BelAir. Join us as we take a trip down memory lane on America’s Highway, Route 66. There will be much fun to have as we create for you a safe and fun family environment.
You won’t want to miss out on the following attractions:
* Various food trucks for your eating pleasure
* A swingin’ car show presented by: Rapture Auto Body and Tint
* BMX Stunt Show presented by: Perfection On Wheels BMX Stunt Team
* A groovy Trunk-or-Treat area for the kids to get all sorts of candy… and much more.
Last year, our Halloween event attracted nearly 12,000 people to our RLC Valencia campus – this year, we are expecting even more families to experience what has quickly become the premier all family Halloween event in the SCV.
Our parking lots at the event will already be bursting with event-themed activities as well as a variety of different food trucks. As a result, we have an Off-Site Parking solution located only minutes from our campus — featuring FREE Shuttle Service to/from RLC all afternoon and evening.
All parking will be located at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, in the lot on the corner of Magic Mountain Parkway and Citrus. Handicap parking will be available onsite; shuttle buses will also be handicap accessible.
Real Life Church is a non-denominational Christian church committed to helping people find and follow Jesus. The church represents one “body” that meets together through three connected campuses: Valencia, Newhall and Online (online.reallifechurch.org). Founded in 2000 as a church plant from Shepherd of the Hills in Porter Ranch, Real Life Church strives to serve as the “hands and feet of Jesus” by providing all people with a message of hope and healing — no matter who they are, where they come from or what season of life in which they find themselves. For more information, please go to www.reallifechurch.org.
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