Halloween at Kilby promises to deliver the goods

As Halloween approaches, Kilby prepares for the weekend's festivities

  • Oct. 26, 2016 7:00 p.m.
Halloween at Kilby promises to deliver spooky thrills at their stunning location on Sunday Oct. 30.

Halloween at Kilby promises to deliver spooky thrills at their stunning location on Sunday Oct. 30.

Halloween is around the corner and just in time for the spooky and time honoured tradition, The Kilby Historical site, is hosting an exciting day of activities for Halloween goers of all ages on Sunday, Oct. 30.

“Kilby is a fantastic place to bring the children for Halloween. Our friendly farm animals and general store provide all our events, that added educational value to your visit,” said Kilby Sales & Marketing Manager Jo-Ann Leon.

Festivity perusers are invited to join in on the fun, and are encouraged to dress up for the highly anticipated and terrifyingly fun occasion. An award will be given out for best costume.

A myriad of games such as the spooky scavenger hunt will also be available at Kilby, as well as the unique opportunity to participate in the creation of a Halloween craft.

Delightful balloon animals are scheduled for 12 p.m. and a special treat is in store with Living Magic, a live magic show that is designed to titilate the senses of all attendees (it starts at 1 p.m.)

As a charitable non-profit admission is free to this event and goes toward the long term sustainability of the museum. Admission is as follows: Adults $10, Seniors $9, Youth $8, Families $25 and Children under 5 are free.

For more information visit Kilby’s website at http://kilby.ca/ or contact Jo-Ann at 604-796-9576.

 

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