Uhuru Halloween Haunted Night

When: Oct 31, 2014 6:00pm
Where: Uhuru House, 1245 18th Ave. South
Contact: APEDF, 727-821-2437, www.apedf.org

APEDF is the proud sponsor of our Annual Halloween Haunted Night.  This event provides the KIDS in the community a safe place to get their Halloween Treats.  

This year we plan to have a variety of activities for the kids.  

(1).  Exercising for Candy, which the TyRon Lewis Gym will be getting the kids healthy for candy
(2).  Bobbing for Candy
(3).  A Picture Booth
(4).  Kids ages 3-10 costume contest with prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
(5).  Our famous Haunted House with all kind of scary creatures
(6).  Double Dutch Jump Roping
(7).  Lots of games and music for the Whole Family and much more!


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