Parents and children can celebrate Halloween early this weekend at Santa Fe Bowling Center's "Booling" Lanes trick-or-treat event.
Organizers promise a safe Halloween environment Saturday, Oct. 29 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Children 12-years-old and younger are encouraged to show up in their costumes for games and Halloween candy, which will be handed out by adult bowlers. A costume contest with prizes will also be part of the festivities, but participants are reminded that masks and face paint that obstruct recognition are not permitted in the casino area.
Proceeds will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Southern Nevada as part of Station Casinos' month-long Project Pink initiative. Project Pink is a company-wide campaign raising funds for the charity during Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the majority of Station Casinos' properties.
Unlimited bowling is $8 per person for the duration of the event, however, there is no charge to trick-or-treat and participate in the costume contest. Companies or individuals may sponsor a bowling lane for $25, which includes unlimited bowling and shoe rental for up to five people. Sponsors will hand out candy to trick-or-treaters that is provided by Santa Fe Station.
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