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Free Halloween Event - Mt. Eden Village, Saturday 28 October

The Family Halloween Event of the Season Flies Back into Town!

Halloween in the Village - Free event for kids

The family favourite event that has been sending kids and adults alike into full blown spooky madness for the last 10 years is back! With its trademark high energy and interactive entertainment, Halloween in the Village possesses Mt. Eden Village on Saturday 28th October 2017.

The Mt. Eden Halloween crew invite all children to dress up their favourite Halloween critter or creature – a ghoul, a witch, a bat, a zombie, a vampire or even a little black cat.

A haggle of seven powerful and talented witches and wizards, will again engage kids in spooky entertainment created by some of Auckland’s leading actors and theatre makers. 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 uncanningly 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.

HALLOWEEN IN THE VILLAGE plays
Saturday 28 October, 12-2pm
The Village Green Essex St Reserve (parallel to Mt. Eden Rd just behind the village shops)
Free Event, all materials and entertainment provided. No booking required.

Weather: The witches will perform in the most dastardly of weather, however should there be a hurricane the event will be cancelled.

Ages: Suitable for kids aged 4 years old and upwards.

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


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