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Witches, Pumpkins, Ghosts, Oh Y! Halloween Spooktacular at the Madison Area YMCA!

Ronan, 3, and Ellen, 6, Sutterby, of Chatham were Elsa and Olaf from Frozen at last year’s Madison Area YMCA Halloween Spooktacular. This year’s Halloween Spooktacular is on Saturday, October 29. Credits: Madison Area YMCA

Get ready for a spooky family friendly time! Grab your costume and your Halloween spirit and come to the Halloween Spooktacular at the Madison Area YMCA that will be held on Saturday, October 29, from 3:00-5:00 p.m. at the Family Center located at 111 Kings Road in Madison.

The annual Halloween Spooktacular costume party is a free community event that brings families and friends together for a great afternoon of Halloween hijinks! This hauntingly fun event will include activities for everyone! All members of the community are invited to come out and enjoy some creepy crafts, spooky sports, black light dance party, pumpkin patch bounce house, healthy Halloween snacks, tricks and more!

For more information on the Spooktactular and other upcoming family programs, activities and classes offered at the Madison Area YMCA, visit or contact Erin Rowell, Kids Central and Family Program Manager, at or call 973-822-9622 x2222.


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