‘Boo at the Bowl’ brings crowds for safe and fun Halloween celebration

Excited children and parents line up to enter the first day of the Boo at the Bowl fundraiser weekend, Oct. 25-27, in Hemet’s Ramona Bowl Amphitheater to start the Halloween festivities. Tony Ault photos
The local Halloween holiday favorite, the Boo at the Bowl in Hemet’s Ramona Bowl Amphitheater brought at least 800 costumed children and their parents for a “spooky fun” time during the Friday, Oct. 25, opening night. The Boo at the Bowl fundraiser raises funds for Ramona Bowl’s year-round events, including the outdoor play “Ramona.” This year the Boo at Bowl featured seven holes of miniature golf by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, the carnival booths manned by Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, the funhouse and bouncy houses sponsored by Century 21 McDaniel and Associates, the Boo Cafe presented by the Downtown Harvard Deli, the Paul Locke Magic Show and the Valley-Wide Parks and Recreation District-sponsored tunnel to the Hacienda of Frights. Children who s
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