It’s the bash, the Kelowna Family Monster Bash

Kids and their parents will have a scary good time at the city's annual pre Halloween event Sunday at the Capital News Centre.

Goblins, ghosts and ghouls will come out a day early in Kelowna at the city’s annual Family Monster Bash.

The Family Monster Bash, at the Capital News Centre on this Sunday, Oct. 30, will provide spooktacular fun for the whole family.

Join in on the free skating, cookie decorating, a bouncy castle and obstacle course as well as Halloween themed games and prizes.

The family-friendly event will go from 1 p.m. to  4 p.m. at the Capital News Centre (4105 Gordon Drive).

While geared toward children aged two to 12, everyone is welcome.

A donation of a non-perishable item for the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank will be appreciated as the event is free to attend.

Skate rentals will be available, and participants are reminded to bring their helmets.

The concession will also be open.

For more information about city Active Living and Culture programs, activities and events, call 250-469-8800 or visit


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