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Fright Night at the Boys and Girls Club

The Haunted Hallway at last year’s Fright Night at the Boys and Girls Club of Kingston and Area. Submitted photo.

Halloween night is less than a week away, and there’s something spooky happening over at the Boys and Girls Club of Kingston and Area (BGC).

Get ready for a creepy, ghoulish experience, as BGC hosts Fright Night 2019 tonight, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. Go through a haunted house, create some creepy crafts, play some ghostly games, and grab a ‘tick-or-treat’ from the BGC bake sale, all in support of the United Way of KFL&A’s annual campaign.

With a huge variety of the above and other activities on hand, those of all ages can enjoy an entertaining and spine-chilling evening at the BGC West End Hub in the Frontenac Mall.

One Fright Night goer shows off his Turtle Power at Fright Night 2018. Submitted photo.

“The Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area Fright Night 2019 event will be fun for the whole family! Dress-up in your favourite costume and come celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year with us at the Boys and Girls Club,” said Heather Hayhow, Manager of Fund Development at the Boys and Girls Club of Kingston & Area.

Fright Night will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Admission is $5 per child under 18, and parents and infants get in free.

With over 450 children and families benefiting from BGC programming her in Kingston, the BGC is a registered charity, and one that benefits from the United Way of KFL&A’s local funding. BGC works to ” provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.”

For more information on Fright Night 2019, click here.

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