Tuesday, October 31, 2017

A day for costumes and treats as Prince Rupert celebrates Halloween

The streets, classrooms and offices are alive with witches and ghouls, Princesses and Super heroes as the day given over to dress up gets underway on the North Coast.

Many businesses and organizations in the city have gotten into the spirt of the day (if you will) and taken on any number of characters, with the city's schools one the larger participants in the day long dress up. 

A trip through their respective twitter feeds will provide the highlights of the day from the schools.

The daylight hours however are just the preamble to the main event later tonight, when the youngsters of the city being to make their rounds with their annual trick or treat trek.

As well, the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre is hosting the annual Halloween Fest, with games and treats for the youngsters, capped by a Fireworks display to take place with Mount Hays making for the background best viewed from the Ciivc Centre parking lot or adjoining fields.

The Civic Centre activities take place from 6 to 8 PM, with the fireworks set for 8:15.

The local RCMP will be on watch through the night as the trick or treaters take to the streets and later into the evening should some wish to make for mischief on the night.

They also have provided for a list of safety measures that parents/guardians and children can take to keep this Halloween a safe one.

There are also more notes related to Halloween Fest which you can review here.

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