Free Halloween happenings this month

Free Halloween happenings this month

Ongo is set to host a series of free spooky events across the region for all ages to get in.

With ten promotions or events across Scunthorpe and Barton upon Humber, local families will be spoilt for choice of frightening fun to get involved in.

From spooky arts and crafts, pumpkin carving, frightening film showings, science workshops and bone to be wild discos to eat, drink and be scary at, there’s something to suit all.

Check out the full list below:

The Arc in Scunthorpe:

Monday 24 – spooktacular café menu launches
Wednesday 26 – mini zoo
Thursday 27 – disco
Friday 28 – craft session

The Viking Centre in Barton upon Humber:

Wednesday 12 – lantern making
Tuesday 18 – pumpkin carving
Monday 25 – pumpkin picking trip
Wednesday 27 – make your own costume
Thursday 28 – spooktacular café menu
Friday 29 – disco

Chantelle Oldaker, who lives in Barton and regularly attends Viking Centre events commented: “At the moment we are all feeling the pinch, which means fun things can go to the bottom of the list.

“We’re all so grateful to the team at Ongo for putting on such fantastic free events for us to enjoy, and for making sure local kids don’t miss out.

“I am especially looking forward to the disco, it’s always well attended and well organised. The team always go all out on the decorations and some of the costumes are just great.”

The next few months for The Viking Centre and The Arc are set to be busy with winter warmer campaigns to support those struggling to heat their home, youth activities and ongoing support, along with planning for Christmas under way.

Grace Woolley, Viking Centre Coordinator said: “We can’t wait for all of these upcoming events, it’s all so worthwhile to put a smile on people’s faces.

“You can expect lots more from us over the coming months, so keep an eye out for more announcements and if you live in the area, make sure you come along and get involved.”

Some activities require a booking and are set to be very popular, so if you’re interested please get in touch with the team.

To find out more information about The Arc and the services they provide, follow them on social media. For more on The Viking Centre, visit their Facebook Page @TheVikingCentre.

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