Nelson Library in the Halloween spirit

Special events set for Wednesday and Thursday at the Nelson Library

It’s Halloweentime for the younger set at the Library, with things set to go Boo! this Thursday, at 3:30 p.m. Kids ages 6 to 8 will enjoy scary and not-so-scary stories, a haunted craft, ghoulish games and spooktacular treats. Wear you costume and parade through the library! Please pre-register by calling 250-352-6333 or email nradonich@nelson.ca.

HallowTeen at the Library is for the undead and the undead-curious, a chance to find your inner zombie on Wednesday from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Get ghoulish with Hallowe’en make-up teen expert Alecia. There will be gooey goodies, creepy crafts, pumpkin carving, and prizes. For teens 12 and up.

 

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