Dress up and take a walk on spooky side

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THERE are only 20 more sleeps un­til the scari­est event of the year in Stan­thorpe – the Spooky Walk.

Get ready to take part in ghoul­ish ac­tiv­i­ties and col­lect treats while do­ing each of the fun events.

Ro­tary Satel­lite Club chair Ann Richard­son said the event was unique to Stan­thorpe.

“While it sounds a bit like Hal­loween with fam­i­lies get­ting dressed in cos­tume to col­lect treats at each ac­tiv­ity along the Spooky Walk around the creek, it isn’t re­ally the in­tent of what we are do­ing,” she said.

“A Frozen or Su­per­hero cos­tume will be just as rel­e­vant.

“Spooky Walk is ac­tu­ally de­signed for par­ents to

spend time with their chil­dren in a safe place do­ing fun things to­gether.

“It is af­ford­able with en­try at just $5 per child.

“We have sim­ple food for sale for a quick fam­ily din­ner at Spooky Al­ley Café and the chil­dren go home with fun mem­o­ries and a bag of treats col­lected along the way.”

Spooky Walk starts at 5.30pm from the Folk­stone Street park on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 31. Park­ing is avail­able in Creek Street.

PHOTO: GLENDA R PHO­TOG­RA­PHY

SCARY: Last year’s Spooky Walk had some great cos­tumes.

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