Cupertino Halloween Guide 2021: Trick-Or-Treats & Pumpkin Patches


CUPERTINO, CA – Fall is in the air, bringing with it Halloween haunts, pumpkins, stuff and treats, Día de los Muertos, community festivals, and harvest / holiday shops.

Browse our annual city-by-city guide and find the entertainment happening near you in Cupertino, South Bay / Peninsula and the seaside towns.

Bookmark this page: As more events are announced, we’ll add them. And if we missed the Halloween or fall festivities in your city or organization, send us an email and online links to [email protected]

NOTE: Events are subject to last minute changes or cancellations. So always check with the organizers that the activities go as planned.

Enjoy the season and Happy Halloween from Patch!


OCT. 31: Candy street. A suspenseful flash mob is also expected.



SEVEN. October 19. 17 & NOV. 14: Ainsley House Autumn Garden Concert Series. The ticket includes wine and aperitif.

OCT. 8: Zoom ‘Salem Witch Hunt’ Lecture: Campbell Museums. Tony Fels, historian, author and professor at USF, shares the story and what to learn from the past.



SEVEN. 25-26: Beach festival, sand sculptures and nautical parade. A two-day festival to kick off the season.

OCT. ten: Monte Foundation fireworks extravaganza: Capitola quay. Free event on a fall evening.



OCT. 9: 8th Annual Fall Community Festival. Pumpkin, sweets and more with Via Services.

OCT. 29: “Monster Mash” Halloween Party. Registration in progress.



SEVEN. 18-19: Santa Cruz Mountain SOL Festival. Two-day music festival in the Santa Cruz Mountains at Roaring Camp Meadows.

OCT. 2-31: Harvest Faire & Halloween Fun: Roaring Camp Railroads. With pumpkins, scarecrow crafts, a train ride and more.



OCT. 30: Halloween party. Designed for toddlers, Kindergarten to Grade 5.



OCT. 9-10 & 16-17: October Steam Train Tours: Niles Canyon Railroad. Enjoy the fall scenery!



SEVEN. 25: Annual Porch Festival. Great, fall afternoon.

OCT. 1-31: “The big big BOO! “: Gilroy Gardens. Family fun is back on the weekends!

OCT. 29: Halloween movie night: La Vie Dansante Winery. Taste wine with a Halloween movie.



SEVEN. 4-OCT. 31: Pumpkins, hay rides, petting zoo and haunted house: Lemos farm. Scary and non-scary options for the haunted house.

OCT. 1-31: Arata pumpkin farm, hay maze labyrinth, haunted barn, and petting zoo. Don’t miss the breathtaking hay maze of the “world famous” two-acre Minotaur’s Labyrinth.

OCT. 16: HMB Pumpkin MiniFest. The extravagance has been reduced, but is coming back as a mini with fun for all! (UPDATE: CANCELED)

OCT. 16: Annual Pumpkin Race by Senior Coastsiders. In person and virtual this year with 5K, 10K, Half Marathon and Kids’ Run.

OCT. 23-24: HMB Fall Antiques Fair & Sale. A portion of the admission fee goes to Animal Rescue, Sweet Farm Foundation.



SEVEN. 18-26: U-Pick Sunflowers and Kids’ Entertainment: Swank Farms. Works as long as the harvest lasts

OCT. 1-31: Fall Days and Trail of Lights: Swank Farms. “Fall Days” is suitable for families, but the “Trail of Lights & Field of Frights” night gets a little scary!

OCT. 1-31: Pumpkin Junction, Choo Choo & Carousel: Casa de Fruta. Could make a great family outing.

OCT. 23-24: NorCal Renaissance Make Halloween Weekend. Last weekend devoted to everyone’s favorite spooky vacation.



OCT. 21-23: “Hallow-Window Painting” for individuals and families. Gather the gang and get creative!



OCT. 18-NOV. 1: “Guess the weight of the pumpkin” – Guess the weight of the giant pumpkin for a chance to win prizes.

OCT. 29: Halloween movie night with the family: Purissima Park. “Bring a blanket, a flashlight, a lawn chair and a lounge under the stars.”



OCT. 1: Outdoor film screening “Hocus Pocus”. Start the Halloween season!

OCT. 2-3: Magic glass pumpkin patch. If you want to take a look before the sale, “tour only” offered on Fridays.



OCT. 3: Holiday Party at the Allied Arts Guild. Get a head start on holiday shopping!

OCT. 13: Mystery Reader Group: Ghostly Mysteries. Online through the library. New arrivals are welcome.

OCT. 29: Dia de los Muertos and Frida Kahlo Fest of services for the elderly. Places are limited and tickets are on sale.



OCT. 23: Pumpkins in the Park & ​​Trick-Or-Treat. With treats and activity stations.



SEVEN. 18: Harvest History Festival: Heritage Park. The morning includes fun and art projects for kids, live music and more.

OCT. 30 : Halloween “Monster Bash”: Rengstorff Park. A costume party with music, a winding labyrinth, games and a tribute to the Day of the Dead.



SEVEN. 24-26: “Something Wicked This Way Comes” from the Paly Theater. Outdoor and interactive with fools, ghouls, witches and fairies.

OCT. 2-3: Large Square of Annual Glass Pumpkins: Art Center. A patch with thousands of handcrafted glass pumpkins.

OCT. 22: Ives Collective Autumn Concert. A living spectacle.

OCT. 23: The Big Pumpkin Hunt: Gamble Garden. Includes a scavenger hunt, games, prizes and free ice cream!



SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: Webb Ranch Pumpkin Patch, Haunted House & Mini Corn Maze. Weekend entertainment includes a petting zoo and tractor rides on this family-run farm.


OCT. 8-NOV. 21: The Italian family circus Zoppé. The fall tradition returns.

OCT. 22: Deadline for Halloween Decorating Contest. Out-boo your neighbor!

OCT. 23: Halloween cookie and cupcake decorating class. Create Halloween masterpieces to take home.

OCT. 24: Halloween in the library square. For pre-K to 3rd year.



SEVEN. 23-OCT. 31:‘Immortal Reckoning’ Halloween Haunt: San Francisco Mint. “During the tour, something horribly goes wrong and the gates of hell unlock.”

OCT. 1-31: Sci-Fi Ghost Hunting Walking Tour. “A favorite of visitors and locals for over two decades!”

OCT. 14-24: Warden’s Pumpkin Patch: Fort Mason. Family events, cocktails and meals for a good cause.

OCT. 30 : ‘Halloween Detective Dinner Show: Hotel Le Méridien. “Solve a hilarious mystery while you feast on a fantastic dinner.”



SEVEN. 10- OCT. 31: Winchester Mystery House All Hallows’ Eve Tours. Spooky “Paranormal Investigation Adventure”!

SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: ABC pumpkin patch, inflatables and pony rides. This includes a petting zoo, paintball, ducks and more.

OCT. 15-31: Grimm’s Sleeping Hollow. On the theme of Sleepy Hollow. Wicked Woods is not recommended for young people.

OCT. 16-31: Dead time dreams haunt. Walk, if you dare, into the Ultimate Fear Zone.


SEVEN. 17-OCT. 31: ABC Pumpkin Patch – Inflatables and Games. Ducks and paint ball too!

OCT. 1- 31: CuriOdyssey Pumpkin Days. With Halloween-themed science experiments, animal ambassadors, a pumpkin patch and more.

OCT. 9: Dia de los Muertos Festival: King’s Park. “Live music and performances, make-up, craft vendors, fun for the whole family!”

OCT. 16: Fall Festival and Pick-A-Pumpkin Patch. Includes games, crafts, and inflatables.

NOV. 12-14: Harvest Festival Arts and Crafts Fair: Fairgrounds. With hundreds of artisans with handmade arts and crafts, jewelry, food, glass and more.



SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: Halloween Haunt: the great Californian America. “Killer Clown Town, Tooth Fairy and Backwoods return in all their horrific glory.”

SEVEN. 25-OCT. 31: Great Pumpkin Fest: the great Californian America. Have fun with the Peanuts gang.



SEVEN. 23-OCT. 21: Evergreen At Dusk: Historic Cemetery Tours. Discover the stories and secrets of one of California’s oldest public cemeteries.

SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: The Pumpkin and the Corn Maze by Rodoni Farms. U-pick pumpkin fields and a five acre corn maze.

SEVEN. 24-25: Beach Boardwalk Fall Campout. Supports the American Cancer Society.

OCT. 19-31: 13 days of Halloween: Santa Cruz wharf. A “bingo” treasure hunt, plus specials on the dock.

OCT. 23: Chili Cook-Off on the Beach Boardwalk. Autumn and chili? Perfect combination.

OCT. 23-24: Annual Glass Pumpkin Patch @Live Oak Grange. Shop for handmade glass pumpkins and gourds.

OCT. 29: ‘The Lost Boys’ – Free Beach Movie. Considered by many moviegoers to be the first Halloween movie.

OCT. 30 : Día de los Muertos Celebration: Evergreen Cemetery. Free entry.

OCT. 31: Halloween Trick-Or-Treat at the Beach Promenade. Costume competition, too, at Neptune’s Stage.



OCT. 1-25: 2nd annual scarecrow competition. Four categories and awards to winners.

OCT. 17: “Mad Hatter Tea”: Montalvo Arts Center. It sounds like preparing for a fabulous fall day.


OCT. 22-23 & 28-30: Annual haunted house SV. Be brave and wear your running shoes!



SEVEN. 17: Celebrando la Cultura. An outdoor fall party!

SEVEN. 18: Time to Shine: Farm-to-Table Feast for Farm Discovery. “The dining experience includes artisanal ingredients from the Monterey Bay region paired with local wine, beer and cocktails.”

OCT. 29: Día de Muertos Shows & Film. Part of the Music in Plaza series.



SEVEN. 25-OCT. 31: Filoli estate orchard days. Stroll through the beautiful Gentleman’s Orchard during peak harvest. For all ages.


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