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Hocus pocus and your treats are ready

The creepy and spooky time of year is upon us and trick or treat is not a game only for children.

Proving that point will be the October Fair set to bring the Halloween spirit to Limassol from Thursday all the way to Sunday at the Trakosol Cultural Centre at the Limassol Marina.

The four-day event will have lots to choose from, as there will be pumpkin carving and decorating going on, spooky sugar crafting, and ghostly arts and crafts. The Archimedes School of Wizards will be there to teach us a bit about wizardry and get us experimenting.

There will also be lots of candy for all kids (young and old), live snakes and creepy crawlies, Halloween makeovers, psychic readings and a giant six-metre hay slide to give us all that Halloween rush.

The treats continue with fun fair games like pie throwing, balloon darts, toilet paper tossing and a wheel of fortune, Puzzle Break escape rooms, and virtual reality games.

A bar with lots to choose from and some street food delights will also be on offer.

So get your scary costume on and enter the haunted house for some wicked entertainment and activities.

The October Fair
A Halloween themed fair with music and lots of fun for all. October 27-30. Trakosol Cultural Centre, Limassol Marina. Thursday: 5pm-12am, Friday and Saturday: 11am-12pm and Sunday: 11am-10pm. €5. Tel: 25-020020

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