I cannot believe that a year has already passed. For those of you that aren’t aware, Alegria Avenue at Baldwin Avenue in Sierra Madre is absolutely bonkers on Halloween! The tradition, started by Bud Schweitzer 40 years ago, has turned into the largest City event of the year. We are expected to have 10,000 visitors on Halloween night. At my house we give out between 4000-5000 pieces of candy. Both ends of the street, between Baldwin Avenue and Mountain Trail, are blocked off with Police cars/barricades and boom lights. Officers also patrol throughout the street all night so it is very safe for children. The street is open and you are free to roam. It looks like the L.A. County Fair it’s so crowded!
For all of my family and friends who don’t have plans, come on by. The wifey is making homemade chili with all the fixings, cornbread, chips, dips, brownies, cookies, beer, soda, etc. Stop by and say hi. Message me if you need the address.
Take a peek below at what people are setting up. It is amazing the level some people take Halloween decor to. A safe and fun evening to all.