Halloween Events begin on Friday, October 8, with “Nightmare Before Christmas; continue with Oktoberfest on October 9

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Lots of Halloween fun still to come at Standley and at Nobel Recreation Centers.

  • Saturday, October 23, Standley Park Recreation Center, 3585 Governor Drive, presents a movie in the park. Monsters University begins at sundown. It’s fun for the whole family when Mike Wazowski enrolls at Monsters University to learn how to be a Scarer where he meets Sulley, a natural-born Scarer. For more information, contact the recreation center at 858-552-1652. Don’t forget to wear your costume! There will be a costume parade and arts & craft projects before the movie.
    • Everything is planned to be outside in the grassy area between the Recreation Center and Swanson Pool … so please plan for the weather.
      • Arts/crafts starts and games start 5
      • Parade starts 530
      • Movie starts about 6
  • Thursday, October 28, Nobel Recreation Center, 8810 Judicial Drive, presents a Halloween Drive Throughfrom 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Show off your costumes as you drive through for a goody bag. For more information, contact the Recreation Center at 858-552-1626.


Lots of October Fun at our Recreation Centers this month. Each of our local Recreation Centers is hosting a Halloween Event this year; Standley Park is the host site to EdUCate’s Oktoberfest:

  • October 8, Friday, Doyle Recreation Center, 8175 Regents Road, presents a movie in the park. The Nightmare Before Christmas begins at sundown. Follow the misadventures of Jack Skellington, Halloweentown’s beloved pumpkin king, who has become bored with the same annual routine of frightening people in the “real world.” For more information, contact the recreation center at 858-552-1612.
  • October 9, Saturday, Standley Park, 3585 Governor Drive, is the host site to EdUCate’s Oktoberfest from 2 to 6 p.m. Details at https://uceducate.org/events/oktoberfest/
  • October 23, Saturday, Standley Park Recreation Center, 3585 Governor Drive, presents a movie in the park. Monsters University begins at sundown. It’s fun for the whole family when Mike Wazowski enrolls at Monsters University to learn how to be a Scarer where he meets Sulley, a natural-born Scarer. For more information, contact the recreation center at 858-552-1652.
  • October 28, Thursday, Nobel Recreation Center, 8810 Judicial Drive, presents a Halloween Drive Through from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Show off your costumes as you drive through for a goody bag. For more information, contact the Recreation Center at 858-552-1626.

In other Parks and Recreation news:

  • Salome Martinez has been named the Parks and Recreation District Manager in the University City area. She has held positions previously at both Standley and Doyle Recreation Centers.
  • Jose “Jay” Villanueva has been named the new Area Manager for University City parks. He started his assignment last month and is quickly getting familiar with the parks and staff in this area.
  • Community Recreation Groups (CRG) meet monthly to make recommendations about local Parks and Recreation programs, events, and expenditures. Meetings are open to the public. For more information about upcoming meetings, please contact the Recreation Center.

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