Halloween 2015 in Brisbane!

Halloween. The Tradition stems back to the old days when they believed the spirits crossed over on this night to their resting place. Lanterns were lit to guide them on their way and treats were given in exchange for prayers for their loved ones. Now days it is a great chance to dress up, be sweet or spooky, trick or treat and have a lot of fun.
Halloween is almost here again and the Annual Halloween Street Party is on at Manly Village, Saturday October 31 from 11am-9pm. The whole village is set to transform in true Halloween syle. This is an alcohol free event and is packed with things to do. It is a Family friendly party, so dress up and join in the fun!
Here’s what is happening so you don’t miss out-
11am onwards- Rides and amusements

12pm- Harbourside Eat Street
Radio controlled motor yacht racing
Stand up paddle board demonstration and racing
Manly Dragon Boats
1pm- School Band Stage (Stratton Tce) showcasing:
Tingalpa State School, Manly West State School, Wondall Road State School,
Wynnum West State School, Wynnum State School, Brisbane Bayside State School,
Moreton Bay Boys College, Manly State School, Cannon Hill Anglican College,
Cleveland State High School and Wynnum State High School.
2-8pm- Brews and Beats for the over 18’s at the fully licensed Manly Hotel
3pm- Wynnum Herald Main Stage and roving street performers.
Officially being opened at 3:30pm by the Lord Mayor Graham Qirk.
Entertainment including belly dancing, Bollywood dancing, school dance groups and performances by Phoenix Fire Tribe, Heather Robinson, Steven and Jai, Fusion Trio,
Ollerenshaw, Mitch King, Leah Lever, Ella Macronkanis, Indigo Macronkanis and
Phoenix Macronkanis.
4-6pm Best adult and child costume completion judging
6pm- Spooky Street Parade
7pm- Movies in the park- “The Addams Family” movie
9pm- Fireworks

This year if you participate in voting for the People’s Choice in the Best Dressed Businesses competition, you will have a chance to win $500 cash, thanks to the Wynnum Herald!
There will also be market stalls and the IGA pumpkin carving competition.
Don’t forget to pack your picnic blanket for the movie in the park and the fireworks display.