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Celebrate Halloween in Martensville

by Shanine Sealey

Halloween is right around the corner and aside from trick or treating on October 31st; there are plenty of other fun Halloween themed things to do in Martensville.

The Martensville Library will be hosting a variety of Halloween themed activities throughout the week which include: Halloween I Spy Games, a Halloween Decoration Scavenger Hunt, games, crafts and more. Visit Martensville Library on Facebook, or stop by the library to learn more.

The City of Martensville is hosting Halloween at the MAP on Friday, October 27th which will include a special Toddler Time from 4pm-5:30pm and an all ages time from 6pm-8pm. This event will include treat bags, a DJ and dance, a costumes contest, bouncy houses and games. There will also be a House of Horrors where those attending can try to guess what is underneath each box. The cost to attend is $15/family or $5/person.

Martensville High School is hosting a Haunted House on Monday, October 30th from 4:30pm-7:30pm that is recommended for 13+ ages only. The entrance is by donation, and there is a warning of strobe lights, fog machine, loud noises and gore.

Skate Martensville will be running their regular skating lessons on Tuesday, October 31st and skaters that attend are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costume, or wear black and orange. If a skater will not be attending on Tuesday, they are asked to contact your coach and/or inform an executive member so lessons can be planned accordingly.

In addition to this, there are plenty of houses decorated throughout the community, so load up the family and take a drive to see Martensville’s Halloween spirit!

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