Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso Announces SPOOKTACULAR 2019
The Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso is happy to announce that the 29th Annual SPOOKTACULAR is here! As El Paso’s largest indoor Halloween carnival, SPOOKTACULAR provides a safe and fun environment for families while raising funds for charities within the El Paso community. This year SPOOKTACULAR is being held one day only on Saturday, October 26th from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the El Paso County Coliseum. Tickets are $4.00 for children, $5.00 for Adults; children 2 and under are free. Advanced purchase $3 tickets are available from club members.
The mission of our event is to strengthen our community by fostering El Paso pride and creating opportunities to fortify the family unit, said Regina Dao-Bowman, 2019-2020 President of the Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso. SPOOKTACULAR reflects our commitment to the community. The event has the look and feel of a carnival, geared towards patrons of all ages. It will feature, non-stop live entertainment, a kids game area, cake walk, pumpkin decorating, a costume contest with prizes at 2pm, Mascot Challenge at 7pm, vendor booths filled with local El Paso wares and services, food booths, and free hands-on crafting among other activities.
For 29 years SPOOKTACULAR has been a labor of love for the Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso. Club members work tirelessly to bring a safe, family-oriented event to the El Paso community and to raise funds to donate to local El Paso charitable organizations. The event is made possible by the generous sponsorship of local companies.
For more information call us at 915- 274-1141, email us at email@example.com, visit us at www.jwcelpaso.org or check us out on Facebook: Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso @ElPaso.org. You may also contact our Spooktacular Chair, Margie Rodriguez, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso: The Junior Woman’s Club of El Paso is a non-profit, service-based, volunteer organization dedicated to improving the El Paso community. For more than 80 years the Junior Woman’s Club has proudly supported charitable organizations in the El Paso area through service projects and by directing much needed resources to help champion our local youth, strengthen families, and promote self-sufficiency. Founded in 1934, club members have devoted their time and energy to local charitable organizations and social service agencies through community service projects and fundraising events. The Junior Woman’s Club has an established presence in El Paso and is recognized for their compassion and generosity.