For Immediate Release                                 
Emily Raab
Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District, Camarillo, Ventura County
(805) 482-1996 x109,
Halloween in the Park: Trick-or-Treat Village Drive-Thru
Saturday, October 31, 5-8pm

Community Center

Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District (PVRPD) is excited to announce a much-modified version of its annual Halloween in the Park event. This year, the District has tailored the event to be in-line with COVID-19 safety precautions. The event will consist of a lighted Trick-or-Treat Village Drive-Thru. This is a free event held for the community to enjoy, providing a convenient way for local children to go Trick-or-Treating without having to go door to door. 

The District has been staying on top of every mandate and issued guidance from state and county authorities to keep the community safe. With the loosening of restrictions from Ventura County Public Health office regarding Trick-or-Treating, PVRPD carefully weighed the community‚Äôs need and decided to hold a Trick-or-Treat Village Drive-Thru for our community to enjoy. 

PVRPD staff will wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to ensure the safety of all attendees. The District asks that everyone please follow CDC guidance and wear a facemask when going through the line and when interacting with staff. Attendees will only be served if they proceed through the drive-thru in a vehicle. Walk-ups will not be accommodated, for safety reasons. Candy will be distributed while supplies last.

For further event details contact Connor Soudani at (805) 482-1996 x116 or

Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District founded in 1962, serves 70,000+ residents in the larger Camarillo area, maintaining 28 parks and a variety of recreation opportunities that enrich the lives of community members. Learn more at

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