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Zalloween 2023

Zarzaur Law, P.A. To Host 5th Annual FREE Kids’ Halloween Event in Downtown Pensacola

Zarzaur Law, P.A., an award-winning personal injury law firm based out of Pensacola, Florida, has once again partnered with local downtown businesses to host the 5th annual “Zalloween” event. “Zalloween” is a FREE, safe and fun-filled Halloween event for kids on Friday Oct. 27 from 4-6p.m. The event will be held at the intersection of Palafox and Romana Streets in Downtown Pensacola. 

“Zalloween,” hosted by Zarzaur Law, will include candy, games, a fire truck that kids can explore from the Pensacola Fire Department, FREE mini snow cones courtesy of Sneaky Tiki Shaved Ice, an arts and crafts station with First City Art Center, Pensacon, Pensacola Children’s Museum, meet and greet with Snowball Derby winner Driver Bubba Winslow and the #92 race car, and more! 

A kid’s costume contest will kick-off at 5p.m. with four age group categories and a $100 first prize for each age group. 


The first 250 kids in costume will also receive a reflective trick-or-treat bag and a pumpkin strobe light. 


Participating businesses include:

Blue Morning Gallery 

Bubba Winslow Motorsports 

CoWork Annex

Cycle Joint

Escambia Santa Rosa Bar Association – Young Lawyers Division

Escambia Search and Rescue

First City Art Center

Pensacola Children’s Museum

Pensacola Fire Department

Pensacola Police Department


Sneaky Tiki Shaved Ice

Slick Lips

More to come!


Event updates leading up to the event can be found on Zarzaur Law’s “Zalloween” event page on Facebook, or call 850-444-9299.


About Zarzaur Law, P.A.

Joe Zarzaur is a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer whose firm is dedicated to promoting community safety since 2007. OUR AREAS OF PRACTICE: Serious Personal Injury, Product Defect, Auto Accidents, Cycling Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Products Liability, Wrongful Death, Boat and Jet Ski Accidents, Slip and Fall Injuries, and more. Licensed in Alabama and Florida.