Shopping centre plans Halloween fun

Broadmead village offers Halloween treats for the kids and photos of costumed pets

There will be Halloween fun for both kids and pets Saturday at Broadmead Village.

The ghosts and goblins will be out at Broadmead Village on Saturday.

Shops in the Broadmead Village Shopping Centre will be hosting trick or treating between 3 and 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Trick-or-treaters are invited to visit stores throughout the centre for Halloween treats. Participating stores are identified by a Haunted Broadmead Village poster in their store window. Hot chocolate, spooky music and Halloween treats will be offered in the Breezeway. Many of the stores’ owners and employees will be dressed up for the occasion.

The Halloween event promises to be fun for the whole family, even the pets. Pets West will be hosting Halloween pet photos in the space next to Coast Capital Savings from 2 to 5 p.m. A professional photographer will be taking pictures of dressed up pets for a $5 donation to Pacific Animal Therapy Society.

PATS co-ordinates pet visits to hospitals, retirement facilities, group homes, schools, preschools, daycares and other facilities where residents benefit from interaction with pets. While costumes are encouraged, they are not required.

 

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