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Halloween or Ghost in the Harp Gallery

After a year, ghosts and spirits are gathered again in the harp gallery. On Tuesday, October 31, Halloween celebrates a popular ghost that will offer children an afternoon full of creativity, fun and a bit of adventure. Entrance to the event is free of charge.

Halloween with a typical pumpkin spill is an American holiday, but it has gained popularity in recent years. More and more people are recalling this mysterious day full of spirits and ghosts on the last day of October. Even Harp Gallery is no exception. For her visitors she prepared an afternoon with a racetrack, carving of pumpkins, painting scary masks, competitions and a children's disco. The fun will definitely be taken care of and small gifts are waiting for all small visitors.

The program starts at 4 pm and lasts until 7 pm.
Children, after picking up the "scary passport", will go after the competition trail leading the Harp Gallery stores and will carry out various tasks. The hundredth of the fastest ones are given free "jack-o'-lantern" pumpkins, which they can drill straight on. Part of the program will also be painting masks, children's disco with other spirits and masks, or taking pictures of the ghosts in memory. All the children who arrive at the costume in the Harp Gallery are expecting a sweet surprise.

Halloween is celebrated annually on October 31st.
This holiday was born in Ireland and is popular especially in English-speaking countries. It is a celebration of the "Eve of All Saints," when children dress in costumes, and with the words "Trick or treat - or I'll do something to you", they go to go for the sweets. Part of this tradition is the dampening of a pumpkin to remind all the dead and protect against evil elves.

Source: tz, edited editorially

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