For the 13th year, members of the Algoma community and fellow students are organizing a Halloween Walk for children of all ages. As a nonprofit organization the Halloween Walk’s goal is to give children a safe and fun opportunity to meet their favorite TV and movie characters.
The event is scheduled for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 19-20) at Algoma High School, 1715 Division St.
Children dress in their Halloween costumes and walk through the hallways, where they see their favorite characters come to life. This year’s walk will feature Paw Patrol, Star Wars, a walk through Batman’s Cave, Disney princesses, Toy Story, and many more.
After the walk kids and parents are invited to visit a craft area, energy zone and concession stand. The craft area offers face painting, temporary tattoos, creative rock coloring and more. The energy zone features a bouncy house, an obstacle course and a Lego building station. To top off the night, children can take a ride on a train.
New this year, a $1 donation from every child’s admission will be given back to a local charity in Algoma.
The cost of the event is $6 per child and $3 per adult.