Halloween at home with Alfredton Rotary
FOR the fourth year running, the Rotary Club of Alfredton is putting a little spook and fun into 31 October.
Deb Robertson, chair of the District 9780 Rotary Leadership Institute said the Club’s free community Halloween Party will continue virtually in 2020, inviting children and adults to pop on a costume and embrace the event at home… if they dare.
“Each year crowds have grown and families have enjoyed activities, lollies and a barbecue sausage, but of course we can’t do that this year, so we have decided to take Halloween online so all of the Halloween fans have a great excuse to get creative and enjoy themselves,” she said.
“We are encouraging everyone to have some fun by dressing up and putting up spooky decorations.”
The Rotary Club of Alfredton is also on the search for Ballarat’s eeriest photos for their party’s spookiest pics competition.
This element of the event will fundraise so the service group can keep supporting the community through projects like their primary school sandwich delivery, redevelopment of Uniting’s Breezeway food program, Centennial Park in Lucas, and a swap and sell site linking people with mobility and living aids.
“It’s $5 an entry per family for up to three pictures. It is not a photographic competition, we’re just looking for pics taken by anyone of their kids, families, pets and so on having fun and looking spooky,” Ms Robertson said.
Visit facebook.com/events/721693521889212 to grab a ticket. Send the Club a Facebook message with your ticket number and images.