Lots to do on Halloween

  • Oct. 29, 2008 7:00 p.m.

Halloween’s tomorrow, and there’s lots to do on the islands, whether you’re 5, 15 or 50. Check it out!Old MassettLots to do for kids of all ages. First, a Halloween party for school-aged kids at the hall. It happens Friday, from 2 pm to 4:30 pm. On Thursday (Oct.30), there’s going to be a party for the younger kids (up to six years), also at the hall. As we went to press, no time had been set, but it’s likely to be in the afternoon. Watch around town for posters.MassetIn Masset, a full night of Halloween fun is planned.It all starts at 9 pm Friday (weather permitting) with fireworks in the rec field by the by village office.As well, Delmas Co-op will have hot dogs and hot chocolate available. Enjoy!Then, the action switches to the dance floor, with big dance Friday at Haidabucks. Doors open at 8 pm. The band T.H.Z. will play, and there are prizes for best costumes. For advance tickets, call 626-7913 or 5530.Port Clements Port is quiet this year for Halloween, but the firemen are expected to do the hot chocolate/hot dog event, as usual at the firehall. No confirmation as we went to press, but check it out-there’ll be posters up beforehand.TlellTlell celebrates Halloween Friday evening at the fair grounds with potluck snacks and possible fireworks. It starts at 7 pm.Skidegate In Skidegate, there’s a big party at the rec hall on Thursday, not Friday. It starts at 6 pm, and parents are asked to bring goodies and/or a donation. Come in costumes, and you could also check out the haunted trail at Spirit Lake.Queen CharlotteThe village will rock Saturday (Nov. 1) with the Misfits at the hall.It’s at the hall, with tickets at $10, available at La Belle Cosmetics and Howler’s Liquor Store. No minors. Get your wig dried out and get ready to boogie!SandspitIn Sandspit, there’s a great Halloween event for the kids. Games, crafts, costume parade, hot dogs, hot chocolate.  It happens at the community hall from 6:30-8:00pm. All children welcome. Enjoy.

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