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It’s A Howl-Oween Celebration with Free Treats for Kids and a Pet Parade for Dogs

The streets of Downtown Burbank will be haunted by thousands of little monsters in costume and scores of pet dogs decked out to the K-9s on October 31 from 4-7pm.
On that spooky night, kids will be trick-or-treating from store-to-store (accompanied by adults!), and dog-owners will be encouraged to bring along their favorite companion for a “mutt-see” Howl-oween Parade on the AMC Walkway. Downtown Burbank’s Halloween festivities are free and open to the public.

Spooky Storytime Event at Barnes & Noble in Burbank

We put the “boo!” in books! Join us for a special pre-Halloween Storytime featuring spooky stories, activities and treats on Saturday, October 24th at 11am.

Barnes & Noble at the Burbank Town Center is located at 731 N San Fernando Blvd. Contact the store at (818) 558-1383 for more details.

What’s it Worth? Antique Appraisal Faire

Southern California Genealogical Society is holding an Antique Appraisal Faire at their library in Burbank on Glenoaks Blvd from 9:30am-12pm and 1-4pm. There is a $5 donation per item with a maximum of 3 items per person. Appraisals will be done by qualified appraisers.

For more information call the library at (818) 843-7247.

Open House Toastmaster

Want to develop better speaking and presentation skills? Build strong leadership? The Toastmaster program will improve your communication skills in a safe, friendly environment. We meet on the first and third Tuesdays at the Burbank Holiday Inn from 7-9pm. Visitors are always welcome at no charge. Dinner is available for purchase. Parking validated.

For further information contact Tammy (818) 846-8766 or tammytakahashi@gmail.com. Our following meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Creative Arts Center Art Instructors Exhibit Thru Oct. 22

The City of Burbank Creative Arts will host the “Art Instructors Exhibit” showcasing art instructors who teach pottery, painting, jewelry making and weaving. Pottery will include a variety of techniques, featuring functional as well as sculptural forms. Paintings will consist of various media, including watercolor, oils and acrylics. Jewelry will also include various materials and styles.
Artists represented are Theresa Arrison, Karren DeGorricho, Jane Friend, Joan Gamberg, Margo Gravelle, Michael Hirsh, Valya Hristova, Alan Huck, Claude Hulce, Kenneth Melie, Jack Paul Miller, Lois Ramirez, Barbara Rog, Paulette Roussel, Maria F. Santistevan, Judy Springborn, Sandy Walker and Anna Zinsmeister.

For more information, please contact the Gallery at (818) 238.5397.

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