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Halloween 2021


Thank you to our Spooky Sponsors!

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Christina Voogd with


Bonnie Welch &

John Egar

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Starting October 7th, 2021, the public is invited to come and enjoy C.R.O.W.’s four highly decorated "Macy's style" window displays, which will be co-designed by retired Senior Art Director from Disneyland, Brian Sandahl, and C.R.O.W.’s Artistic Director, Melanie Heard.   The displays will be lit up with spooky lighting, and packed with tons of fun props you’ll have to see to believe.  They will be family friendly, with a big dash of seasonal humor added in.

But that’s not all!  


Starting on October 7th, 8th, and 9th, and continuing on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 5 PM to 8 PM through the end of the month, C.R.O.W. will be offering original parking lot radio programming!  


“Come and park your car in our lot, and tune into the station specified on the sign on the front of our building,” said Heard.  “Our kids and adults will tell you some hair-raising stories, mixed with clever Halloween jokes, and perhaps a few groaners.  We will also be mentioning the names of some local sponsors, so let us know ASAP if you want to sponsor one of the jokes!”


The deadline for sponsorship is September 30th, and sponsorships are $250 each. 


"Ellen Jacobson, did some hilarious story re-writes, but we're not giving anything else away!" said Heard.  "It will be nice for families and the general public to have a destination that they can go to and enjoy some Halloween fun!" said Heard. 

C.R.O.W. hopes you’ll bring your friends and family to see the window displays, and to tune in to “K-R-O-W” in the parking lot, located at 3120 HWY 101.  The radio program will be about 30-ish minutes in length.   


"We may not be able to do our big Haunted Maze this year, but this IS something we can do, and we hope it will make you grin like a Jack-o-lantern."  


Self proclaimed "Queen of Halloween," Melanie Heard, poses with a few of her spooky friends.


Brian Sandahl in front of the Haunted Mansion, which he designed and overhauled every

year as part of his professional career with Disneyland.  

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