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Halloween in the City!

Thank you to DaVe at Discover Buenos Aires for this post on a Halloween celebration in capital for children!

While Halloween continues to grow in popularity in Buenos Aires, trick-or-treating has not yet really caught on. That leaves the expat community to organize their own Halloween Trick-or-Treat Party for Kids, and we’re happy to be a part of it!

This year, we’ll be meeting in a Palermo park on Thursday, October 31, 2013, at 6:30pm, with the little ones dressed up and ready to trick-or-treat! Please plan to bring:

  • your children (12 and under) dressed up and with a small basket or bag to collect their treats
  • a bag of candies, stickers, etc to hand out to the other children. Please plan for 20-30 kids and we’ll try and send an estimate just before the event.
  • a small table, chair or blanket from which to shell out

Festive decor also welcomed (but please remember that you are responsible for taking home whatever you bring into the park, when you leave at the end of the event).

RSVP by sending an email to halloween@discoverbuenosaires.com with the age(s) of your children and we’ll send over full details of the event and exactly where we’re meeting.

Hope to see you there!

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  1. Kristina Martinez #

    Even though we’re back in the US, it makes me smile to see someone lead a Halloween event for the kids. I threw one together in a very similar fashion last year there in BA and I was delighted to see about 20 kids turn out. We miss BA quite a bit and wish you all the best and a great Halloween.

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    October 28, 2013

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