Sunday, October 31, 2010
On a dark and stormy night... Prince Rupert's creatures of the night may be knocking on your door seeking treats or perhaps performing a trick.
Their stop perhaps a short stay before they head off to larger community events in both Prince Rupert and Port Edward.
Hallowe'en fest in Prince Rupert is set to get underway at 6 pm tonight, with a variety of events planned for many a goblins or ghoul, princess or vampire.
Thanks to the volunteer efforts of residents of both Prince Rupert and Port Edward the regions trick or treaters' have a safe (and dry) place to spend a few hours of their haunting of the area.
From pumpkin bowling, to a costume parade there are many activities planned to fill up the two hours leading up to fireworks, though with heavy winds and inclement weather expected to arrive this afternoon and evening, the fireworks portion of the evening entertainment may be subject to cancellation.
Likewise, Port Edward has its own plans for this evening, with a full evening of howling good fun planned there at the community centre, again leading up to a fireworks festival, weather pending we imagine.
The Northern View had full details on both the Prince Rupert activities and those in Port Edward.
And now as dusk prepares to descend on the area and the ghosts and goblins and other creatures prepare to head out on their yearly rounds, we offer up some public service pictorials to help identify the possibilities of the night ahead.
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To All who head out into the night tonight, a most Safe and Happy Halloween!
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Labels: Halloween 2010
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