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Heritage Park Museum’s on the hunt for Halloween Howl volunteers

Heritage Park will be hosting its 16th Annual Halloween Howl from 5:00 – 7:00 pm on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Organizers are inviting everyone to come on out to trick-or-treat among their haunted houses, which will be spookily decorated by local organizations and businesses. There will be prizes for best costume, arts and crafts activities, a photo booth, and Heritage Park’s famous “witches brew.”

Heritage Park’s Halloween Howl hopes to provide the Terrace community with a fun, family oriented, inclusive event, where everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the festivities. Admission is free or by donation.

If you would like to volunteer for the 16th Annual Halloween Howl, please contact Heritage Park at (250) 635-4546.

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