Berwick’s playground of spooky characters

Maton from Cranbourne North gets his spook on. 199010_02. Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

By Brendan Rees

The Old Cheese Factory Berwick transformed into a playground of horrors for Halloween on Thursday 31 October.

Some 3,500 people gathered for City of Casey’s Spook-tacular event for the celebration, dressed in their scariest attire.

There were activities, entertainment, roving characters and music for the whole family as the sun went down.

Fun included slime making, cupcake decorating, teddy bear hospital, bone dig, and a jumping castle.

There was also a Melbourne Football Club handball activity, Casey Comets and Aldi Mini Roo’s soccer activity, and Casey Basketball inflatable hoops.

But it was Dinomania’s Real Dinosaurs stage show that stole the night. After seeing the dinosaurs on stage kids got the chance to meet the dinosaurs after the show.

 

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