Celebrate all things not-so-spooky at the Town’s annual Spooktacular. Young trick-or-treaters are invited to join the celebration Saturday, Oct. 22, at Philip S. Miller Park.
Enjoy children’s activities at this free event including carnival-style games, a fall photo display for selfies by the pond and candy galore. Plus, don’t miss the popular Cake Walk. Participants will dance their hearts out for a chance to win yummy baked goods. Take those family friendly costumes for a test run and don’t forget to bring a bag to collect treats.
Because of the popularity of this event, families are asked to attend according to the following schedule:
- 1-2 p.m. – sensory hour, for kids that need a quieter space to play
- 2-3 p.m. – last names starting with letters A-L
- 3-4 p.m. – last names starting with letters M-Z
For those with allergy concerns, many non-food prizes and treats will be available. A nutritional values binder will also be available for parents. Also, please note, this is an outdoor event, so please dress for the weather.
Learn more about this family event at CRgov.com/Spooktacular.
Looking to help out? Spooktacular is a fun opportunity for high school students looking to earn volunteer hours for graduation. Volunteers are needed to help run games and activities. Sign up at CRgov.com/Volunteer.
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