The Iola Police Department and Kiwanis Club are teaming up to create a spooky fun time for youngsters Saturday.
Boo Bash, a Halloween-themed party for people of all ages, runs from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Recreation Community Building at Riverside Park.
Admission is $5 and grants each participant open access to an assortment of activities, from inflatable attractions, games, a spooky train ride, hay rack ride, face painting and a haunted house featuring Allen Community College drama students.
Hot dogs, chips, cookies, popcorn and a drink also will be provided.
SEVERAL OTHER Halloween get-togethers are planned.
The Iola Area Chamber of Commerce and other local business owners are sponsoring Trunk-Or-Treat in downtown Iola.
Vehicles will be parked along Jefferson Avenue on the east side of the courthouse square from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, to serve candy and other treats to costumed youngsters. For more information, call 365-5252.
IN HUMBOLDT, the GALS FCE and Humboldt Chamber of Commerce are hosting their annual Halloween Spook Parade at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Children in Halloween costumes from preschool through fifth grade are to gather at the intersection of Seventh and Bridge streets.
The parade will be led by Humboldt’s police and fire departments and will proceed to the south side of the city square, where sacks of goodies will be distributed.
In case of inclement weather, the treats will be handed out under the bandstand.
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