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What’s On In The Silicon Valley This October

  • September 13, 2018

There are always plenty of exciting events happening in the Silicon Valley and October is no exception. From haunted houses to showings at a silent film museum, there is something to suit every taste. Check out these three events happening throughout San Francisco, San Jose, and Fremont, and don’t forget to book your stay with us here at Holiday Inn San Francisco Airport. We offer a wide variety of beautifully decorated guestrooms, fantastic amenities like a 24-hour fitness center and on-site dining, and affordable rates. Give us a call today!

Dead Time Dreams

Located in San Joe, Dead Time Dreams is one of the Bay Area's most popular haunted house attractions. Visit this place for super scary haunted experiences, mazes, and houses. Get in the spirit of Halloween and give yourself a good scare!

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Running from October 5-7 and taking place in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival is a free music festival that first started in 2001. This year, the festival will feature live performances from artists including Alison Krauss, Dan Lebowitz, Booker T. Jones, and the Cave Singers.

Niles Film Museum

Originally called the Edison Theatre when was built in 1913, the now named-Niles Film Museum is located in the historic district of Fremont. It was a dance hall in the 1920s, with a major film studio, the Niles Theatre, right next door. The Niles burned down in 1959. Then, in 2004, the newly formed non-profit Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum started the Edison’s restoration and began holding their annual silent film festival that focused on the Niles’ legacy. Now, they host weekly film showings. In October, the theatre will show movies like The Golem (a 1920s film set in 16th century Prague about a rabbi who brings a clay figure to life to protect his community), Hal Roach’s The Live Ghost (featuring Laurel and Hardy), and Charlie Chaplin’s Shanghaied.


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