PHOTOS: A Spooktacular Halloween in Sylvan Lake

Little witches and wizards were able to show off their skills during the annual Spooktacular at the multi-campus gym on Oct. 27. The kids displayed their magic by dipping their wand into a cauldron full of bubbles. Photos by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without some amazing face painting. Kids lined up at the Spooktacular to have their faces painted by Mia Face and Body Paint.
A tiny fairy takes her turn on a giant inflatable slide during the Spooktacular. There were a number of inflatable courses and jumpy castles set up around the gym for little goblins and ghouls to play on.
Iron Man and a dinosaur take aim at the pins in a round of bowling during the Spooktacular on Oct. 27.

By Megan Roth

The Town of Sylvan Lake hosted the annual Spooktacular on Oct. 27

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