The Rancho Santa Fe Post

Halloween Costume Parade Planned at R. Roger Rowe School

The 66th annual Halloween Costume Parade will kick off on October 30th at 12:15pm. The parade will begin at the school and continue through the heart of the Village before circling back to Avenida de Acacias.

Students K through 5 will participate in the parade dressed up as their favorite characters and accompanied by their parents. This tradition features witches, ghosts, goblins, princesses, superheroes, and more. The parade is open to the community and spectators are welcome to attend.

From the RSF Review:

Immediately following the costume parade is a carnival for R. Roger Rowe students and families, from 12:30-3 p.m. on the upper field and lower blacktop areas at the school. Tickets are required to purchase food and drinks along with activities such as Zorb/human hamster balls (a new attraction), face painting, balloon twisting, airbrush tattoos, cakewalk, photo booth, jail and raffle.

A Cake and Pumpkin Decorating Contest will also be held and judged by RSF Firefighters. The top three cakes and pumpkins from each grade will be awarded ribbons. 

Tickets can be purchased at pre-sale tables in front of the school at pickup and drop-off on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday October 27-29. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased in increments of 10 and cost $1 each, or 15 for $10. Pre-sale wristbands costs $20 and cost $25 on the day of the event. 

Learn more at the RSF Review