CALENDAR: Halloween Spooktacular, Día de Los Muertos and Padua Hills Art Fiesta

The Village invites guests to make a Día de Los Muertos altar for loved ones or to contribute to community remembrance through words or pictures. Get into the “spirit” with face painting and listen to live music. Altars to honor and remember are the heart of this holiday—CHS Spanish students will be joining their ofrendas with Rio de Ojas to share with guests. There will also be crafts and a story-time. Additionally, many Village businesses have decorated for the holiday with Day of the Dead window paintings. Noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 1. COURIER photo/Jenelle Rensch

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CALENDAR: Village Venture and Halloween Spooktacular

The El Roble Intermediate School color guard and marching band led the costume parade at last year’s Village Venture street fair. The parade, which is held early Saturday morning, is a popular feature of the yearly event. See more details in the COURIER's Village Venture special in this Saturday's edition.

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CALENDAR: Friday Nights Live, Things That Go Bump in the Night plus Autumn Gala

The copper dome on Pomona College’s Millikan Laboratory building at Sixth Street and College Avenue, shines in the hot October sun. Weekend weather will be cooler with highs around 80 degrees and lows in the mid-60s with a chance of rain on Sunday. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger

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CALENDAR: Walk for the Hungry, Tufts Poetry, Home Tour, Scotch class and tasting

Inland Valley Hope Partners, a nonprofit agency dedicated to serving the hunger and housing needs of the residents of the Inland Valley, invites the community to participate in the organization’s 42nd annual Walk for the Hungry at the Claremont Consortium, located at 101 N Mills Ave, Claremont on Sunday, October 11 at 1 p.m.

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