Kids of All Ages Go to LaunchPAD's First Ever Hallween Party

BOO-YAH-BASH Included Traditional Halloween Activities

By Sarah Waggoner |

Published 10/22 2016 07:22PM

Updated 10/22 2016 07:22PM

The LaunchPAD Children's Museum hosted its first-ever Halloween party Saturday.
The event called, "boo-yah bash"-- is a non-scary event that included fun for kids 10 and under.
The afternoon started with multiple activities-- such as a witch hat ring toss, photo booth, spider web yarn craft, and building with candy pumpkins. 
There was also an indoor parade and conga line.  
Adults were also encouraged to wear costumes as well. 
"Yeah, we're really helping the kids kick off the Halloween season with a great big party today," said Executive Director, Bob Fitch. "We've just had hundreds and hundreds of kids in here, and everybody in costume from the littlest one, few months old up to thirty forty fifty year olds in costumes today. So it's just been a lot of fun."
LaunchPAD will be hosting additional holiday parties in December. 


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