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Family Pumpkin Carving (All ages) Here’s a terrific way to lighten up that ghostly, scary and creepy night of Halloween. Join otherfamilies from the neighborhood for a fun night ofwild’n wacky pumpkin carving. Pumpkins and some utensils will be supplied. Refreshments will be served. Please call to reserve a pumpkin. Mad Scientist Halloween Affair Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 (2 - 10 years) Parent Participation Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:00 pm Put on your lab coat and enjoy a hair-raising afternoon October 27 with a few mad science tricks and treats. From radio- Registration Fee: $5.00 per family 107707 active slime, fizzy potions, invisible ink messaging and eyeball cakes there is something for all ages to be ulti- Pumpkin Carving mately MAD about. Come in costume or not for some (All Ages) Parent Participation freaky family science fun. Join us for our 5th annual pumpkin carving party at the Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 Queensborough Community Centre. Bring your own Saturday, 1:30 – 3:00 pm pumpkins and we will provide all the tools and creative October 30 patterns. Best of all, we do all the clean up! Registration Fee: $6.00 per child Queensborough Community Centre. 604.525.7388 Friday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm Haunted Halloween October 29 Registration Fee: Free 107365 Happening Party (All Ages) Parent Participation Join us for a fun filled ghoulish night of activities at Explore a Green Halloween the Queensborough Haunted Halloween Happening Costume Contest Party. The Pirate Ship will be sailing into the commu- (All Ages) Parent Participation nity center where the kids can have a swash buckling Do you think you can make a costume out of recyclables good time. Our leaders will be making some wicked or dress up in a costume that is nature and environment crafts, carving some scary pumpkins and there will be related? Explore a Green World will be hosting the 1st our Explore a Green World costume contest. Remem- environmentally friendly and nature related costume con- ber to dress up for this Family event. test. So join us for some creepy crafts, ghostly games, Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 spooky science experiments, fun ghouly activities and Friday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm more. Remember to dress in your best environmentally October 29 friendly or nature related costume for prizes. Drop-in Fee: Free Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 Friday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm Twilight at the Pool (All ages) October 29 It’s vampires vs. werewolves at Canada Games Pool and Drop-in Fee: Free you must pick a side. Join us as we offer an evening of fun and fright. Beware of the shadows and keep on guard Haunted Halloween Family Skate while you wander our ghostly graveyard. So come one, (All ages) come all to Halloween at the Pool. Moody Park Arena’s horrific Halloween experts have a Canada Games Pool 604.526.4281 “Spooktacular” evening of fun planned for the whole Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:30 pm family to enjoy. October 27 Moody Park Arena 604.525.5301 Regular Admission Rates Apply Saturday, 6:30 - 8:00 pm October 30 Drop-in Fee: Regular Admission Rates Apply www.nwpr.bc.ca 2010 Indoor Scare-land Count Chocula’s (1 - 6 years) Parent Participation Enjoy a celebration of costumes and carefree fun at the Creatures (6 - 12 years) Queensborough Community Centre. Don’t forget to wear Have fun making creepy chocolate and your costume for a spirited Halloween. We have lots of tricky treats just in time for Halloween. equipment like the pirate ship, bouncy equipment, ride‘em You’ll create ghosts on broomsticks and toys, gym equipment and more. Our leader will be sure spooky snacks that will captivate even the that your morning is fun and interactive. This is a great non-squirmish. Make special eerie deco- rations for your room and treat your- opportunity to meet other families in the neighborhood. Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 self to a ghastly witches brew. Scary Movie Marathon (Grades 8+) BOO! Can you handle this full day of the scariest It’s a Small World Monday & Thursday, 9:30 - 11:30 am Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 movies??? Drop in anytime or stay for the whole day! (1 - 3 years) Parent Participation October 25 & 28 3:30 - 5:00 pm New Westminster Youth Centre 604.515.3775 What’s brewing for Halloween? Kids will mix up some Drop-in Fee: $3.50 Monday, October 25 107704 Saturday, 3:00 - 11:00 pm magical potions and enjoy quality time spent with your October 30 Thursday, October 28 107705 child in a fun and stimulating environment. Your child Drop-in Fee: Free Registration Fee: $9.50 will have opportunities to create art, experience fin- ger plays, sing songs, enjoy story time, engage in gross motor play and socially interact with other children. Scary Science Pumpkin Carving (Grades 8+) Queensborough Community Centre. 604.525.7388 (6 - 14 years) Come for a fun day of pumpkin carving Friday, 1:00 - 2:30 pm Remember the time when Halloween with the seniors! We supply the pumpkins, October 29 was nothing more than dressing up stencils and tools. All you have to do is Drop-in Fee: $6.00 and running from house to house in search register! (RSVP at Youth Centre) of the best candy? Halloween is a big deal…so join New Westminster Youth Centre Survivor Halloween - Pro-D Camp 604.515.3775 Young at Art Halloween us and our highly motivated, somewhat neurotic mad scientist who can’t wait to make things glow, smoke, Thursday, 3:30 - 5:30 pm (6 - 12 years) Extravaganza Do you like a challenge? Do you think you can endure ooze, pop, bleed, scream and gross out everyone who is October 21 (2 - 5 years) Parent Participation willing to participate. You will even learn how to make Registration Fee: Free Survivor Halloween? This day camp will divide partici- Join in for a morning full of spooky crafts pants into “tribes” and given their gross scarey stuff that will freak out family and friends. and ghastly games. Be prepared for things own colours and names. Their Queensborough Community Centre. 604.525.7388 Haunted Tour (Grades 8+) that glow, ooze and web. There will be time challenge is to survive our leaders’ Tuesday, 3:30 - 5:30 pm This haunted tour will cover some of the ghost stories for some trick and treating fun for all. crazy tasks. Groups will be October 26 in Western Canada’s oldest city! Includes a night tour Centennial Community Centre 604.777.5100 challenged to games like Gross-Out Registration Fee: $8.00 107367 of Irving House. Can you handle it? Tuesday, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Gummy “Bug” Eating. Which tribe New Westminster Youth Centre 604.515.3775 October 26 can clear their plate first? Mom ‘n Daughter Halloween Friday, 7:00 - 9:00 pm Registration Fee: $6.00 107703 Queensborough Community Ctr. October 22 604.525.7388 Extravaganza (6 - 12 years) Drop-in Fee: $5.00 It’s a Halloween Party! (1 - 6 years) Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Take a miss on the tummy aches, moodiness and sick- ness from eating sugar & fat laden Halloween treats. October 22 Ghosts and goblins from the Motoring Munchkins drop- Registration Fee: $24.00 107368 Did you know that eating 10 ml of white sugar can Halloween Dance in program are invited to dress as their (Grades 9 - 10) depress the activity of your immune system by 50% favorite Halloween creature and join in Join your friends for a great night for up to four hours? Start some fun rituals with our party fun. There are plenty of Halloween Hoot (6 - 10 years) your kids by replacing junk foods with healthier cre- of dancing, games and prizes for tricks and treats for all! The fee Attend a costume party in the creaky old Irving House! best Halloween Costume! Tickets ations of your own while having a great mother- includes a digital emailed picture of Young witches, goblins and ghosts are invited. Discover are available three weeks before daughter bonding time. You’ll love the treats so much your child against our spooktacular a graveyard of goodies with scary stories and Victo- the dance at the Youth Centre. that they’ll become a staple in your home. After this backdrop. rian legends, ghoulish games and spooky snacks. Find No masks allowed. class you will take home healthy Halloween treats, a Queen’s Park Arenex 604.777.5121 out the origins of Halloween and make a special trick- New Westminster Youth Centre booklet of recipes plus crafty Halloween ideas. Friday, 9:00 - 11:30 am or-treat bag just in time for Halloween! 604.515.3775 Please note that nuts will be used. October 29 New Westminster Museum 604.527.4640 Saturday, 8:00 - 11:00 pm Queensborough Community Centre 604.525.7388 Drop-in Fee: $3.25 for parent and one child Saturday, 2:00 - 4:00 pm October 23 Saturday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm $1.00 for each additional sibling October 30 Tickets: $8.00 with Go Card October 30 Registration Fee: $11.40 107430 Registration Fee: $54.00 107366 More Programs on the back!
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