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Halloween event offers fun for the entire family

The Webber Road Community Centre will house the West Kelowna Family Halloween Howl, from 1 to 4 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 29.

The event is open to children up to eights year of age.

It features kids crafts and activities, a spooky house and goodie bags, courtesy of Westbank Lioness Club.

There will be a concession on site and proceeds go towards the local Canadian Tire Jump Start chapter, an initiative dedicated to assisting all children to participate in organized sport and recreation. Admission is $2 per child and those who attend are asked to come in a costume. Space is somewhat limited with 240 spots available on a first come, first serve basis.

Call 778-797-8800.

 

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