Movie night returns for Halloween

The District of Invermere presents The Great Pumpkin and E.T.

For a fun, family-oriented event in Invermere this Halloween, look no further than the Pothole Park Ghostly Get Together at Pothole Park October 29 at 6 p.m.

The Get Together is a free event that will feature movies for the whole family at the park and other fun activities such as a costume parade and a pumpkin carving competition in which participants are asked to bring a pre-carved pumpkin to be judged. There will also be pony races, hula hoops, and concession stands run by Summit Youth Centre and the Baton Club selling hot dogs, popcorn, candy and hot chocolate as fundraisers.

People are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets, and to dress appropriately for the weather. The first movie will be Charlie Brown’s The Great Pumpkin, followed by E.T. the Extra-Terrestial.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to the Community Hall.

 

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