This year’s Haunted Paseo festival includes over dozen of “halloweenesque” stations inspired by the carnival circus theme infused with a bit of Puerto Rican culture such as:
Admission is free and open to the public.
We provide a safe space for hundreds of families to enjoy the Halloween festivities, trick or treating and have plenty of fun.
This is the second year that Haunted Paseo launches the initiative ” Healthy Treats for Healthier Kids” a campaign to inform children and their families about moderation and healthier snacks choices. Businesses are encouraged to offer alternatives to candy in order to help prevent diabetes and obesity among our youth and in our community.
This event is being co-sponsored by: Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos H.S., West Town Bikes/Ciclo Urbano (Boys & Girls Bike Club), AfriCaribe Cultural Center, The Puerto Rican Cultural Center, Batey Urbano, Roberto Clemente High School, Muevete – Diabetes Empowerment Center, VIDA SIDA, The Chicago Park District, Alderman Roberto Maldonado (26th Ward), Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation, and The Greater Humboldt Park Community of Wellness.