Halloween Haunt in Rutland

Annual Halloween fundraiser and silent auction entertains the kids every year, hosted by the Little Travellers Safety Village.

Kids will be dressed up in their Halloween finest costumes for the annual Halloween Haunt festivities hosted by the Little Travelers Safety Village in Rutland on Saturday

The Halloween Haunt is for children ages five to 10, but there is also lots to do for parents and younger kids who get in the door for free.

The event takes place Saturday, Oct. 29, noon to 3 p.m., at  the Kelowna & District Safety Council Little Travellers Safety Village,  395 Hartman Rd. in Rutland.

The Halloween Haunt is co-sponsored by Capri Insurance, Rush Ihas Hardwick LLP and Dominos Pizza.

Tickets are $10 each; ticket holders receive a free slice of pizza, a pop and entrance to all activities.

There will be face painting, pedal cars, unlock the coffin secret, zombie race, come dine with us at our crystal slab buffet, submerse yourself in grisly goo,  face painting, spin the witch’s wheel and much more.

Parents can also win big at the witch’s wheel and save dollars at our adults-only silent auction.

At 2:30 p.m., enter the  Halloween Haunt costume contest with first and second prizes for both boys and girls.

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