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Boo U Fall Festival on Thursday, Oct. 31Posted Sep. 27, 2013
Update: Rain and wind in the forecast for Halloween.
Boo U takes place rain or shine. Children should wear a weather-appropriate costume for indoor and outdoor activities. Most activities are outside.
Kent State University at Stark will host their fall festival, a family-friendly, educational fall celebration for elementary school-aged children. Boo U, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 5-7 p.m. throughout most of the Kent State Stark campus, 6000 Frank Avenue NW in Jackson Township.
In addition to trick-or-treating, children can participate in several fun activities, such as spooky science experiments, various games, a pond walk, a photo station, coloring contest and more. Trick-or-Treating starts at the main parking lot off Frank Avenue NW.
To enter the coloring contest for a chance to win a backpack filled with prizes, please print the scene from the event web page, located at www.stark.kent.edu/BooU, and bring the completed artwork to any event table. Winners will be selected and contacted during the week following the event.
Some candy distributed during this event may contain nuts and/or wheat products. Parents are encouraged to dress children appropriately, as activities take place both inside and outside. Cameras are welcome and a festive background will be provided for photo opportunities.
For more information on Boo U, Kent State Stark’s fall festival, visit www.stark.kent.edu/BooU or contact Cynthia Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.