Spooktacular Halloween Carnival Tuesday at Castro
Castro Park is being taken over by witches, monsters and all other sorts of Halloween doings during the 'Spooktacular", from 5 to 7 p.m. on Halloween night, Tuesday, October 31.
The event is sponsored by The Daily Dispatch and the city of Douglas. The event will feature games such as Swamp fishing, Guts and Glory, and Oh, Rats, all designed for children ages 0-12. There will also be jumping castles, food booths and a Trick or Treat Village. All kids will get a chance to go through the village once and get candy and prizes. The first 1,000 kids through the gates will receive a free Trick-or-Treat bag courtesy of the city, and the first 200 will receive a free bag of candy.
There will also be a costume contests. Prizes will be presented for first, second and third.
Youngsters have the opportunity to dress up in their costumes and trick-or-treat on Tuesday, October 31, beginning at 4:30 p.,m.
The event is sponsored by The Daily Dispatch and participating merchants. Be sure to look for the "Trick or Treaters welcome sign" in merchants windows. Participants at press time are: Subway, The Daily Dispatch, J&B Mini Mart, J&B grocery, Ortega's Sportsworld, Lupita's Barbershop and Salon, Dairy Queen, Infinia, Huachuca Federal Credit Union and The Beverage House, Copper Queen Medical Associates, Movie Gallery, and Shoe Salon.
Also, Mi Ranchito, APS, Food City, Douglas Police Department,, JC Penney, City Loan, Douglas City Hall, Douglas Library, Southeastern Arizona Federal Credit Union and Care Core. And, Arizona Fuel, Safeway Pharmacy, Quick Thru/NAPA Gas, WalMart, Chiricahua Health Center, Bank of America, Devore Auto, Clozline, Pizza Hut and Pueblo Nuevo Mini Mart.
To add your business' name to the list, call 220-8775.