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Halloween Caroling with Long Beach Youth Chorus & Día de Los Muertos Parade

Long Beach Youth Chorus sing Halloween carols in Rose Park Neighborhood in 2022

Neighbors, friends and family are invited to meet at the gazebo of Rose Park on 8th and Orizaba Avenue at 6PM to embark on our traditional Halloween stroll with songs sung by Long Beach Youth Chorus.

Please note: We will meet at 6PM in Rose Park and our route will proceed west, down 8th Street and we will head north on Gladys Avenue and circle back to end at Rose Park. Wear your costumes and join in on the fun! We hope to see you! Questions? Email info@rpna.org.

The 8th Annual Día de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, Celebration will be held in downtown Long Beach to honor loved ones who have passed on from our lives.

Día de Los Muertos is deeply rooted in the traditions and cultures of the indigenous communities of Mexico and Latin America. As family, friends and neighbors continue those traditions in ways that are most meaningful in their lives, the City of Long Beach encourages the entire community to come together for this grand celebration in downtown Long Beach.


Meet Rose Park Resident, Samantha Silfies at Rose Park on Saturday, October 29th at 10am for a FREE Halloween themed yoga flow. Flow-friendly costumes are optional!

Long Beach Youth Chorus at Rose Park in 2021

Join us for Halloween Caroling in Rose Park on Sunday, October 30th at 5:30pm! Neighbors, friends and family are invited to stroll the neighborhood and sing with the Long Beach Youth Chorus! Meet at Rose Park on 8th and Orizaba Avenue at 5:30pm and wear your costumes!

Learn how to create something fun and unique to give as gifts this holiday season or for any occasion year-round! Local artists, including our very own ArtWorksLBC Director Dawn Mendelson will be facilitating art sessions at local business Skies for Miles at 2741 E. 4th Street on Sunday, November 6th. More information and RSVP HERE.

Love to read? Interested in exploring your own community and connecting with your neighbors to create healthier, safer, greener, more prosperous communities?

“The Connected Community” explores the ways in which individuals can ‘uncover the hidden talents, assets, and abilities in their neighborhoods, in order to bring about solutions for community change and renewal.’

Eric Copeland is hosting a fun book discussion on Sunday, November 6th from 3 to 5pm at his home. Email Eric at ericjcopeland@gmail.com to participate.

Questions? Email us at info@rpna.org or message us on Facebook or Instagram!