October is upon us, and we are heading into the holiday season. Right around the corner is Halloween — a time for tricks, treats, costumes, and fun galore.
You may be wondering how best to celebrate Halloween with your family. Trick or treating on the 31st is the plan. But what other events are available to extend the excitement?
Not to fear, here is a concise list of all the Halloween activities at the Paseo Club. And do not worry — the kids are not the only ones with festivities to look forward to!
The Paseo Club is a social club in the Santa Clarita Valley. Our members know we love to find a reason to get members and staff together to have a good time— whether for Wine Down Wednesdays or a charity event such as Paddle for the Battle.
In this article, we will tell you about how you can enjoy Halloween at the Paseo Club. You will learn about the events, when they will occur, and how you can sign up.
Halloween Round Robin
The Halloween Round Robin is our kick-off for the weekend, where the Paseo Club celebrates Halloween!
Tennis teams will pair up in their best Halloween costumes to play one of the most lively tennis round robin events of the year.
The round robin is open to all levels.
Event winners and the team with the best costume will receive awards.
When: Friday, October 21. 6-9 pm Cost: $25 per person (includes one complimentary drink) Please RSVP general manager, Jen Azevedo, to reserve your spot
Annual Halloween Party
Get this date on your calendar!!!
Members come and dress up to celebrate Halloween with music, booze, and fun activities. The Annual Halloween Party is an event you will not want to miss!
Dance to DJ Steve Sharp
Get your fortune read with a tarot card reader
Commemorate the night with pics in the photo booth
Small bites/appetizers available from 7-7:30 pm, or until the bites are gone
Win a prize for the scariest, best couple, most original, and the cutest costumes
Members can bring friends as long as they accompany the member. 21 and over only.
One free drink upon entry and drinks for purchase are available at our full bar.
When: Saturday, October 22. 7-11 pm
Cost: $25 per person with reservation (includes one complimentary drink), $35 at the door
Please RSVP to reserve your spot by going to the event calendar and selecting the Halloween Party. Follow the instructions for signing up.
If the night before was too much of a good thing, come to Morning Recovery to relax and recharge.
Enjoy a tasty brunch with bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys. Afterward, play it off with drop-in play or tailgate and catch up on the game.
If you want to give your recovery an extra boost, take a B12 shot or get IV therapy to hydrate and receive vitamins directly into your body. This service will be provided to you by IMAC Med Spa.
Don’t forget your sunglasses!
When: Sunday, October 23rd. 9 am -1 pm.
Cost: Price depending on items purchased
No reservations needed
Halloween Dress-Up Week
Start celebrating Halloween by pulling out your costume box and dusting off the wigs!
Beginning October 24, the Paseo Club will host Halloween Dress Up Week. Each day has a theme. You can dress up once or every day or somewhere in between.
Monday is Rockstar
Tuesday is 80s
Wednesdays is Western
Thursday is Superhero
Friday is Animal
When: Monday through Friday, October 24-28. All day long.
Kids Pumpkin Carving
Kids Pumpkin Carving is a family event to celebrate Halloween with an (early) evening of carving jack-o’lanterns, a costume parade, and trick-or-treating at stations throughout the club.
Pumpkins will be provided, and parents are asked to stay and help their children with the carving.
Friends of Paseo Club members are welcome to attend.
When: Friday, October 28th. 6-8 pm.
Cost: $15 per child (small bites will also be available for purchase)
Please RSVP event coordinator, Tara Russell, to reserve your child’s spot
Final steps to celebrating Halloween with the Paseo Club
Enjoying Halloween brings out the kid in all of us. It is a time to dress up, be silly, eat treats, and celebrate with friends and family.
Having more Halloween in your life is a great goal and now that you’ve read this article, you know how to extend the Halloween tradition for more than a week.
The Paseo Club boasts an eight-acre facility with tennis and pickleball courts, gyms, fitness studios, a pool, a cafe, and a spa. When members aren’t pushing hard to meet their fitness goals, they are taking a break and socializing with one another.
Jen Azevedo is a person of many talents. She is a tennis professional, pickleball professional, personal trainer, group exercise instructor, and the general manager of the Paseo Club. She loves the community at the Paseo Club and that it is also a safe and fun place for her daughter. Jen’s favorite activities are joining her tribe for trail races or her partners for tennis matches. Occasionally Jen slows down to relax with a book — she reads over 100 a year!