Celebrate Halloween in Oakland and Riverside
Are you ready for the year’s spookiest holiday?
On Oct. 31 — Halloween Day — UCOP will celebrate Halloween with a potluck lunch and collaborative costume contest judged by Oakland and UCPath Center staff! The OP Staff Assembly invites all employees to participate. Join us in Oakland’s Franklin building or at the UCPath Center from 12–1 p.m. for a lunchtime filled with costumes and holiday fun.
Download your local event flyer: Oakland | UCPath Center
Show off your costume!
Demonstrate your creativity with a scary good costume and you might win a prize! This year, we’ll award prizes in the following categories:
- Best monster costume
- Best movie costume
- Best other costume (individual)
- Best group costume
The two locations will connect via Zoom to join in the fun of the afternoon. At 12:30 p.m., the judging will begin. UCPath Center colleagues will vote on the winning Oakland colleagues’ costumes and vice versa!
Participate in the potluck
Please bring a potluck dish to share. To avoid sign-up sheets, follow this helpful strategy based on your last name! OPSA will provide beverages.
Additional festivities at the UCPath Center
Leading up to the holiday, the UCPath Center will offer a lunchtime screening of the popular 1993 comedy film Hocus Pocus. Join colleagues in UCPC – 2140B from 12–1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29 and Wednesday, Oct. 30 to watch.
The UCPath Center will also host its own costume contest at 12 p.m. on Oct. 31 (prior to the collaborative UCPath Center/Oakland judging). Categories for these awards include:
- Most creative
- Best duo
- Best group
About the OP Staff Assembly (OPSA)
The OPSA supports UC’s mission by encouraging communication between staff, the administration and other members of the university community on matters of interest to staff employees. To get involved, attend an OPSA Steering Committee meeting, held the second Wednesday of every month, 12–1 p.m. in Franklin 5318 (Oakland) and via Zoom. Learn more.
Questions? Contact Sylvia Bhatia in Oakland or Stacey McClain at the UCPath Center.Tags: Halloween, oakland, staff appreciation, UCPath Center