Halloween happenings (for adults) hit Shell Beach

October 25, 2011

Your hearse will be waiting on Sunday

If you’re trying to catch that Halloween spirit and you’ve already seen “Paranormal Activity 3,” then you should be checking out the tricks and treats being served up at Marisol at The Cliffs in Shell Beach over the next few days.

On Thursday, back by popular demand, it’s the return of Punch Drunk Love, this time with a masquerade twist. All area singles are invited to mingle and tingle from 6 to 9 p.m. Masks are provided if you don’t have one, but so are a variety of great holiday punches. Come celebrate and enjoy the live music. Tickets are only $20, $15 if you register on Facebook (Punch Drunk Love Event) by October 26. Everyone who RSVP’s on the Facebook page will be entered in a special drawing to win a Sunday brunch for two and a VIP table for eight.

The music continues on Friday and Saturday. Friday night features the Monster Mash Disco Bash, a fundraiser for the new Noor Foundation in San Luis Obispo. Requested donation is $5 at the door. The weather on Saturday is supposed to be fantastic, so come on back Saturday for more live music on the Patio from noon to 4 p.m.

Dress up as your favorite super hero on Sunday, also from noon to 4 p.m., for Live on the Rocks, and enjoy live music by Forrest Day and Truth About Seafood. As a special treat, Marisol is going to park a hearse on the lawn during the concert and used it as a bar.

Check it out before Halloween. What are you afraid of?

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Anyone that cares about the purposed over developement of the South County should boycott this place. The owner wants to add an 18 hole golf course, a hotel 600+ homes, a convention center, a wine tasting facility, geez, I know that I’m missing something.

I don’t fault you for objecting to the Price Canyon development, but unfortunately with boycotts, it’s the little guy/gal bartending and waiting that takes the hit as well.

I get what you’re saying and on some level I agree. But in this case I don’t think a boycott by the locals will do that much damage as tourists are their main market. But on the other hand I will do what I can to save Price Canyon and if I there has to b some casualties in the form of lay offs then so be it. I know that sounds cold blooded but IMO we have to think of the greater good for our children.