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Halloween fun at Coal Creek

BE ready for spooky fun at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum, Korumburra, this Saturday, October 29.
Ghouls, monsters and things creepy crawly will take over the park for the annual Halloween event from 5.30pm to 10.30pm.
Be impressed by free activities, including a fire twirler, Disney villains, Spooktacular, apple bobbing, snake busters, monster bash disco, bonfire and spooky decorated buildings.
Don your scariest outfit for the chance to win in the best dressed competition, with categories in five years and under, 15 years and under, best female and best male – open age, best family costume (with a $100 prize) and best overall winner – open age (also a $100 prize).
Trick or treat and ghost train tickets are on sale now at Coal Creek or via MOSHTIX.
With an entry free of just $1 per person, this event is one not to be missed.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Food and drinks will be available around the park and this is an alcohol free event.
To find out more, head to www.coalcreekvillage.com.au or ring the park on 5655 1811.

Dazzling entertainment: see fire twirler Aleisha Manion and other attractions at the Halloween celebration at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum, Korumburra, this Saturday, October 29.

Dazzling entertainment: see fire twirler Aleisha Manion and other attractions at the Halloween celebration at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum, Korumburra, this Saturday, October 29.

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