Frightful carry on at The Market House - Chamber Spookes-person
FOLLOWING on from the success of last year’s Halloween film showing in the Ivy Leaf Art Centre, Castleisland Chamber Alliance has announced details of this year’s Children’s Halloween event. The chamber’s events sub committee put its collective, creative head to work and will go one better for this year’s event.
“With the help of art teacher Katie O’Reilly, transition year students of St Patricks College and Presentation Convent, Castleisland we plan to transform JKs into a Spooktacular Experience for one night only,” said a chamber spokesperson.
“There will be something to view or participate in on all four floors of the building.
Doors open at 6.30pm. Halloween Scenes, Magician, Dracula and Halloween Games Room will be available for the children. Moms and dads can avail of a cuppa and some Halloween treats in Emma and Marie’s Pop-Up Café,” said the spokesperson.
A Halloween themed dance performance takes place at 8pm on the third floor followed by a kiddies disco.
Each child will receive a goodie bag on departure. Admission is by ticket only. Cost €5 per child accompanying adults free. Tickets are available at: Gaelscoil Aogáin; Scoil Muire Gan Smál; Castleisland Boys National School; Kilmurry National School; Scoil Ide Curranes, Scartaglin National School; Lynch’s Pharmacy and Tomo Burke Electrical.
“We would like to thank Katie O’Reilly and Brid Devane in particular for their energy and enthusiasm towards this project.
“We would also like to thank our sponsors Neil Hickey, Garvey’s SuperValu and Walsh Colour Print. We look forward to greeting you and really hope you have a spooktacular evening,” said the enthusiastic spookes-person.
RIGHT: J.K. O’Connor’s / The Market House will be the focus of attention over Halloween as Castleisland Chamber Alliance stages its ‘Spooktacular’ there.