It will be a chance to put on your Halloween best at the Golden Arena on Oct. 27.

Halloween comes to Golden Arena

The time is here to get your little ones dressed up for the Town of Golden’s Kids Halloween Party.

The time is here to get your little ones dressed up for the Town of Golden’s Kids Halloween Party.

Children ages 12 and under can come to the Golden Arena on Saturday Oct. 27 in their Halloween costumes for a kids event hosted by the Town, and the Golden Lions and Leo Club.

Those in attendance  will have the chance to take part in various kids crafts, games and fun play in the arena lounge and lobby.

The Lions Club is also hosting a special costume public skate.

Anyone who shows up in costume can take advantage of a $1 admission rate with all proceeds going to the Lions and Leo Club.

The event starts at 3 p.m., and the public skate will be starting at 5:30 p.m.


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