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MWA HA HA … The Bats Are Back in Town!

The Mount Eden Village Business Association presents:
HALLOWEEN IN THE VILLAGE
Free fun for the kids this spooky season!

Halloween in the Village returns for an 11th year to Mt. Eden Village on Saturday 27th October 2018. Featuring a potent and masterful line up of witches and wizards this haunting crew are sure to send kids into a Spooktacular frenzy with fun activities on The Village Green.

Kids and all budding spooks are invited to dress up and take part in the fun, as their favourite Halloween creature – a witch, a bat, a zombie, a vampire or even a Dementor!

With entertainment created by some of Auckland’s leading actors and theatre makers, this is a family friendly, anarchic Halloween event not to be missed.

Activities include:

FEAR FACTOR – taste the food (if you dare) prepared by Mazui Majo the fiendish food witch.
SPOOKY FUTURE – have your fortune told by the hysterical and the uncannily accurate Freakella the Fortune Witch.
CRAFTY MADNESS – make your very own creepy Halloween craft to take home with Crewellini the Craft Witch.
CAST A SPELL – help the naughty Egor cast witchy spells with the strangest and most unbelievable of ingredients.
LOOK & LISTEN – groove and move to the spooky mixes with music and have a zombie make-over by the transformation witches.
HORROR SHOTS – make sure your passport pic for Spooksville is up to date with a horrific selfie from our very own scary photo booth.

HALLOWEEN IN THE VILLAGE plays
Saturday 27th October, 12pm-2pm
Location: The Village Green, Essex St Reserve (parallel to Mt. Eden Rd just behind the village shops)
Free event, all materials and entertainment provided. No bookings required.
www.mounteden.co.nz

Weather: Witches and wizards will perform in even the dastardliest of weather, however if a hurricane approaches, the event will be cancelled. Stayed updated on Mt Eden Village’s social media channels – Facebook, Twitter.

Ages: Suitable for kids aged 4 years +

This is a non-profit family event organised and subsidised by the Mt Eden Village Business Association.

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