Please join us for some spooky fun on Saturday 29th October 2016.
Children of all ages are invited to meet at the pool area at 16:00. The tractor will take the children to the end of Savannah Road from where the route will begin. The children will walk down Savannah Road onto Mountain View Drive and then along Blue Crane Road, ending back at the pool.
Children will be split into two groups – under 10 and 10 and over. The first group will start at 16:15 and the second group will start at 16:30.
No scooters, bicycles, skateboards etc. - participants must walk.
The top three Best Dressed in each group will be given prizes.
Please bring picnic blankets and chairs and join us for a bring-and-braai afterwards.
Logistics: To all residents living on Savannah, Blue Crane and Mountain View (from 160 down to the dam) that would like to participate, please decorate your house and make it “inviting” for the trick or treaters. To residents that don’t want to participate, please stick a plain white piece of paper on your door or gate. Please could everyone on the route let us know whether you will or will not be participating so we have an idea of how many stops there will be.
To all other residents, not along the route who would like to be involved, there is a lot of space along the route, at the boat lockers, for you to take set up for the event. Please contact us and let us know that you would like to participate so that we can make sure the route is nice and busy. Alternatively, if you aren’t in the Estate but would like to contribute towards the event, you are welcome to drop off sweets at the Office during this week.
For the braai afterwards, please bring your food, picnic blankets and chairs. Please could everyone that will be joining us RSVP so that we can ensure that there are enough fires.
Please RSVP Friday 21st October 2016 via email email@example.com, Facebook or call the Office.
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