Goldfields children can go trick or treating in a safe but spooky environment this afternoon at the Palace Theatre Recreation Centre.
The RSPCA Kalgoorlie Auxiliary is hosting its first major fundraiser, a Halloween Skating Disco, giving children a safe space to trick or treat and animals a safe place to live.
From 2.30pm to 5.30pm, children aged 12 and under can skate, dance, trick and treat to their heart’s content, all in aid of giving abandoned animals a second chance.
Children are encouraged to come dressed in their spookiest costumes and face painting will be available for a gold coin donation.
Prizes for best dressed, spooky games, lucky dips, a sausage sizzle and coffee van will also be available.
President Kellie Vincent said all proceeds from the event would go towards veterinary and food bills for the many cats and dogs in care.
Tickets are $15, including skate hire, and can be purchased at the door or from Planet Pet and Aquarium.