October 29, 2010

Something Fun for Kids, Tomorrow

Justin Katz

All Saints Academy on West Main Rd. in Middletown (behind St. Lucy's) will tomorrow (Saturday) be hosting its first annual Spooktacular event, from 1pm to 4pm, featuring pumpkin picking and painting, a maze, and trunk-or-treating (with candy handed out from decorated car trunks). There will also be various games and treats and music.

If you've got children of grammar-school age, consider stopping by. The blisters on the hands of the fella who built the maze still haven't healed, and the laughter and fun of many children is sure to be the best balm. Costumes are not required, but are encouraged, especially for the kids.

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Jeez, Katz: I'd of figured Halloween was like, to Satany for you, or something.

Posted by: Scott at October 29, 2010 7:48 PM

"first annual Spooktacular event"


Now, as the builder of the maze, Justin, would you be amenable to sharing a copy of the schematic (i.e., the correct path) if someone slips you baksheesh?

Posted by: Monique at October 29, 2010 10:14 PM

Sorry, but certain VICs (very important children) were insistent that there be no maps. I suspect that the dead ends will have their own attractions, though.

And I'm already working to perfect the use of wax to attach wings to human skin...

Posted by: Justin Katz at October 29, 2010 10:39 PM
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