If you are still busy trying to find kid-friendly and cost-effective ways to celebrate All-Hallows Eve this weekend, you might want to pencil in some time to check out NorthEast Christian Church on Saturday night.
Starting at 6:30pm on October 30th at their 9900 Brownsboro Road campus, the church will present "KIDabaLOU," a free event tagged with the phrase "Candy. Costumes. Craziness." Attractions are promised to include live music, trunk-or-treating, food, a hayride, photo booth and more.
Get more information or send an invitation to the event to a friend here.
And let’s just hope that this shindig is more successful than the last thing in this town that tried to make use of the “abaLOU” suffix…
Graphic courtesy of Northeast Christian Church
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