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Kindy Spooktacular 2015

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
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Boo! The annual Kindy Spooktacular returns this Halloween at the Campus Kindergarten - University of Queensland on Saturday 31st October 2015, from 2 to 5 pm.

Designed specifically for children aged 2 to 6, the popular Kindy Spooktacular incorporates traditional Halloween activities in a fun family-friendly carnival atmosphere.

Imagery and costumes which may unsettle a young child are strongly discouraged, so parents can be sure their children will enjoy the interactive Halloween themed games, activities and attractions - without the fright.

There will be fun craft activities (previous years have seen Paper Bag Puppets and Bat Hands) and a range of attractions, including Frankenstein's Face Painting, Spookytown and Where Mummy? to enjoy. Plus through participation of the various games, such as Monster Bowling, Cauldron Plunge and Candy Corn Toss, children can earn small rewards - including candy!

At the Spooky Snack Shack, there will be a sausage sizzle and fruit juice, chips and cupcakes will also be sold.

Enjoy a fun family day out by attending this year's Kindy Spooktacular with your children.

Admission is $15 per child age 2 and over and is payable at the gate.

This fee will cover the cost of the event and small fund will be contributed toward Campus Kindergarten.

For more information on this great event, please visit

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When: Saturday 31st October 2015 from 2pm to 5pm
Where: 73 College Rd St Lucia QLD 4072
Cost: $15 per child age 2 and over. (Payable at the gate)
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