Halloween haunts Northridge and surrounding area

October 23, 2012 by  

A wide array of spooky Halloween festivals, displays, and other events are scheduled to haunt the Northridge and surrounding areas at the end of the month. As All Hallows Eve looms upon us, the cities of Northridge, Moorpark, and many others are spooking guests with a variety of fun and fantastic Halloween events. Local thrill-seekers can check out Big Worm’s Sherwood Scare in Northridge, attend the Fall Harvest Festival in Moorpark, and travel through the Mayall Street Scare in Chatsworth.

Big Worm’s Sherwood Scare, to be held on Encino Avenue, is a maze with a variety of spooky illusions to scare up a fright in visitors. The Fall Harvest Festival continues daily until Halloween on a working farm located on Sunset Valley Road. Chatsworth residents need not feel left out, as they can get a real scare by visiting the incredible home display, known as the Mayall Street Scare. Flashes of lightening, claps of thunder, and spooky fog are accompanied by haunting music, skeletons, and pirates for an incredibly haunting display.

Communities and around Northridge often plan a number of fun activities and events centered on Halloween and the holiday season. The organizers of these activities typically use local printing companies to provide flyer printing or poster printing in an effort to attract the attention of those within the community and draw in visitors. Banner printing may also be used to welcome visitors to an event or direct them to a specific area in which ghoulish goings-on are occurring.