HALLOWEEN: Plenty of events to keep you in a spooky mood

Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure, Royal Canadian Legion among organizations hosting local events

If you think the Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure is scary in the daylight, how about at night with creatures running amok and spooky tales to be told?

Adrena LINE will present Haunted Night Zipline Tours from Oct. 28 to 31.

Ghosts, monsters and tall tales are part of this interactive experience. (You can also take a Haunted zip tour during the day for a less spooky experience).

Adrena LINE Zipline Adventure is located at 5128 Sooke Rd. To book online, please go to adrenalinezip.com or telephone 250-642-1933.

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Here’s your chance to dress up Fido for Halloween.

The Boneless Project is hosting a Halloween Dog Party at Speedsource Fitness, 2197 Otter Point Rd., on Oct. 22.

The fundraiser runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Treats and beverages by donation.

The Boneless Project (safars.org) delivers pet food to more than 30 families in Sooke and to many abandoned cats in the area.

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Sooke Legion will host a Halloween dance on Oct. 29 featuring Nostalgia.

The dance includes a spaghetti dinner and prizes for the best costume.

Tickets are $15/$17.50 and available at the legion. Please call 250-642-5913 for more information.

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The Otter Point Fire Department is invited the community to its annual Bonfire and Fireworks on Oct. 31 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Camp Bernard.

Firefighters will offer up free hot chocolate, hot dogs and candy bags.

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Are you planning a Halloween event? Let us know about it, please call 250-642-5752 or email editor@sookenewsmirror.com.

 

 

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