Saturday October 29th
10am – 12pm
Pavilion Theatre, 1025 Lorne Street
Free for the whole family!
Do ghosts and goblins have dancing shoes? They should!! Put yours on and bring your family to our 6th Annual Halloween Dance Party!
So you disco in your dining room or conga in your kitchen? Do you
boogie in the bathtub or fox trot in the foyer? However you get your groove on, put on a costume and get ready for a funky Halloween Family Dance Party!
Spooky Halloween Craft Table and Monster-ific Games
Family friendly music guaranteed to get parents and their little monsters dancing!
Admission is free*
*with a suggested donation of a non-perishable food item to the Continue reading Hallowe’en Party!
We LOVE Halloween! What’s more fun than dressing up, making friends, and eating treats?! Bring your little monsters down in their costumes so you can take their photos in our loony lair. Feel free to dress up too! Spooky Stories will be told from 11 am – 12 noon. We will have games and treats! Plus, a Monster Movie Matinee from 3:30 pm – 5 pm!
As usual, the kids are going to get overloaded with treats this Halloween. So here is a selection of healthy Halloween treats that your kids will enjoy helping to create.
Jack O’Lantern Clementines
This one is an easy one. Gather a bunch of clementines and draw Jack O’Lantern faces on each one. Great to throw into your child’s lunch kit for school!
Create Your Own Pumpkin Patch
Another easy one. Peel a bunch of clementines, then add a piece of celery into the top of each one for a stem.
**The kids gobbled them as we were preparing them!
Ghostly Frozen Banana Treats
This one requires a little bit more time, but the kids will love them. Continue reading Easy to Make Healthy Halloween Treats
Halloween is in 4 sleeps…and our family has YET to decorate the pumpkins on our doorstep. We’ll get to it, I’m sure.
However, we HAVE made spooky ghost balloons! They are the perfect decoration and take little time to prepare.
What You’ll Need
- black marker
- white balloon
- green glowing bracelets
1. Activate a glowing bracelet (keep in mind the length of time that the bracelet will continue to glow…most are between 4-8 hours)
2. Inflate a balloon. Just before tying the balloon closed, insert the glowing bracelet.
3. Once inflated and tied off, draw a ghostly face on the balloon. The goofier and spookier, the better.
Finally, find a dark place to hang up the balloon, such as in the basement, in a hallway or hanging from a tree.
Set them up an hour or so before you expect Trick ‘or Treaters!
Continue reading Halloween Idea: Spooky Ghostly Balloons