City Chock Full of Halloween Events
Small Witch’s hat rests on bough of tree in Cottonwood Island Park. – photos 250News
Prince George, B.C. – Once again the mystery tree decorators have decked out a small tree in Cottonwood Island Park.
As is the case leading up to previous holidays or special days on the calendar, the tree has been adorned with items specific to the special day. This time, the tree is covered with mini witch hats, tiny ghosts, spiders and their webs, pumpkins and skull and bones garland. The tree is ready for Monday’s ghosts and goblins.
There is no shortage of ways to get into the ‘spirit’ of this special day in Prince George, as there are several events planned in the City.
October 27th to 31st It’s the Haunting on Brunswick, as a haunted house has been set up at 999 Brunswick Street in the old RCMP detachment building.
October 28th – It’s the Halloween Howl at the ECRA (1692- 10th Avenue) with a turkey lunch and Halloween desserts. There will be a costume contest.
October 29th – Menagerie Twisted Circus, is a fund raiser at the Two Rivers Art Gallery. contact the art gallery for more info and to get tickets
October 29th – Halloween Fairy Tale at the Prince George Railway and Forestry museum from 11 am to 3 p.m. admission is free with a donation of a non perishable food item for the Salvation Army Foodbank
October 30th Family Halloween Fun Fair at the Blackburn Community Centre from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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