Trick or Treat with the Mayor

Orleans Star - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

Ottawa Mayor Jim Wat­son will be host­ing the sev­enth an­nual Hal­loween party in sup­port of the Ottawa Food Bank’s Baby Sup­ply Cup­board on on Satur­day, Oct. 26 at Ottawa City Hall from 5 to 8 p.m.

Mayor Wat­son along with some favourite cos­tumed char­ac­ters will be hand­ing out treats in Jean Pig­ott Place, and you can also en­joy clas­sic Hal­loween movies in An­drew S. Hay­don Hall. The fun con­tin­ues out­side on Mar­ion De­war Plaza where chil­dren can dec­o­rate their very own pump­kin in the out­door pump­kin patch, and en­joy horse­drawn wagon rides and more treats from our spon­sors.

The Baby Sup­ply Cup­board helps par­ents in need by pro­vid­ing items in high de­mand such as non-per­ish­able baby food, for­mula, ce­re­als, di­a­pers and wipes. Chronic short­ages of do­na­tions of th­ese ba­sic needs make stock­ing the Baby Sup­ply Cup­board one of the Food Bank’s most ex­pen­sive, but most pre­cious pri­or­i­ties.

Ad­mis­sion to the Hal­loween party is a dona­tion to the Baby Sup­ply Cup­board. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1.

Please note: The Her­itage Build­ing will not be part of the Hal­loween event this year. (C.K)

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