CHOM Halloween Spooktacular Celebrates 10 Years of Family Fun

Looking for some spooky Halloween fun for the kids this year? Tuscaloosa’s Children’s Hands-On Museum has the answer. On Thursday, Oct. 22, CHOM will hold its 10th Annual Halloween Spooktacular and Monster Mash Ball.

CHOM Pre-K and Public Programs Coordinator Kelly Adams says this year’s celebration will be bigger and better than ever.

“With the addition of our ‘Moo Moo Moo a Healthy You’ exhibit we don’t have access to the gazebo this year, so we’re opening up the third floor of CHOM to accommodate DJ Chuckie and several of the other activities. We’ll have three floors of fun that night.”

 

In addition, a Ghoul School is new to the Spooktacular for 2015.

“We have transformed our classroom exhibit into a witches’ house, complete with a cackling witch, a cauldron, a spell book, and more,” Adams said.

A fortune teller will be on hand, and new carnival games will be available for everyone to enjoy. Participants can buy tickets to play for prizes, and Adams says armbands offering unlimited play will be available for purchase that evening.

All ages are welcome at the event (with an adult). And the price of admission? Your costume is your admission – and yes, this includes adults as well.

For more information about the 10th Annual CHOM Halloween Spooktacular and Monster Mash Ball, visit CHOM’s official website at chomonline.org or call (205) 349-4235.

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