Halloween Haunt returns to Little Travelers’ Village

The Kelowna and District Safety Council’s Halloween Haunt returns Oct. 27.

The Kelowna and District Safety Council’s Halloween Haunt, now in its eighth year, has become a popular annual event for the local Halloween season.

A cauldron of fun for the whole family, the event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27, from noon to 3 p.m.,  at the Little Travelers’ Safety Village, 395 Hartman Rd.

Sponsored by Western Financial Group, the event will feature a variety of ghoulish games, activities, and crafts that will be set up at stations around the Safety Village and inside the classroom. The popular pedal cars will also be on hand, and prizes will be handed out at most of the stations.

“Halloween is one of the most exciting nights of the year for kids” said Tania Meyer, executive director of the Kelowna & District Safety Council. “The Halloween Haunt provides a safe alternative for families to celebrate Halloween together, and this event has become a family favourite.

Tickets are $4 per person. As this event is expected to sell out again, be sure to get your tickets early. To register, please call KDSC at 250-765-3163.

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