Compass Bible Church to Bring Back Crowd-Favorite Fall Fest on October 31st

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Compass Bible Church, a church that is passionate about making a difference in South Orange County, is bringing back its widely praised Fall Fest for the 12th year in a row.

Compass Bible Church, a church that is passionate about making a difference in South Orange County, is bringing back its widely praised Fall Fest for the 12th year in a row. Fall Fest, which is free to the public and will be held on Halloween night--Monday, Oct. 31, 2016--is an annual community-wide event that is proven to be fun for the entire family.

The family festival will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the church campus, located at 150 Columbia, Aliso Viejo, Calif., 92656. At Fall Fest, small children can enjoy games and rides that are designed just for them in a special Kiddie Corral. All games, rides, and candy are free.

Food is also available at Fall Fest for a small charge. Both credit cards and cash will be accepted, although the use of a credit card comes with a small additional charge. A wide range of food options are available for guests, including barbecued hot dogs, coffee, burgers, churros (two for $1), and kettle corn ($1 per bag). In-N-Out will be offering a cheeseburger or hamburger meal for $5, which includes the burger, a bag of chips, and a drink. Also available will be a hot dog meal for $3, which similarly includes the hot dog, a bag of chips, and a drink.

For games and rides, children can enjoy laser tag, a rock climbing wall, various game booths, a giant Ferris Wheel, and pony rides. Festival attendees are more than welcome to wear their own costumes. However, for the sake of young guests, Compass Bible Church asks that people refrain from wearing scary costumes. Compass Bible Church will provide plenty of parking for the event, and there will also be an event drop-off zone available onsite.

Fall Fest 2016 at Compass Bible Church promises to be a night for all to remember.

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