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Stay Calm and Spook On! Halloween Spooktacular at the Madison Area YMCA

Stay Calm and spook on! Come in costume to Halloween Spooktacular—a hauntingly family friendly good time at the Madison Area YMCA’s Family Center!

This annual Halloween costume party, free to the community, is a highlight of the Y’s Family Night program. Spooktacular will be held on Saturday, October 26, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the Y’s Family Center, 111 Kings Road, Madison. 

Open to all members of the community, the event will feature tricks, healthful treats, Halloween crafts and a variety of scary and not-so-scary activities for the whole family. The Spooktacular will also include a Pumpkin Play Area for toddlers to age 5, a Bounce House for children ages 11 and younger, and a Haunted House, recommended for children ages 7 and older.

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For more information on the above activities and family programs and classes offered at the Madison Area YMCA, visit or call 973-822-9622.


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