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HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald SPOOOOOOOOOKIE — Second-grader Kate Alana, 6, stands at the entrance to the Keiki Karnival for the 5th Annual Spooktacular presented by HAAS Theater Arts Program and Arts and Science Center at the school’s main campus in Pahoa. Halloween enthusiasts can still visit the “Monster Madness” Haunted House or the carnival from 6 to 10 p.m. today, at the final night of the fun annual event. Admission is a $6 donation to support the Hawaii Food Basket or $5 and a canned good.What's Hot

 TODAY, Oct. 27 

LOTS GOING ON AT ANNUAL HAAS SPOOKTACULAR 

Where: Hawaii Academy of Arts & Science, Pahoa 

When: 6-10 p.m. Oct. 27 

Details: HAAS 5th Annual Spookacular: Puna’s scariest haunted house for ages 7 and older, parental discretion advised. Carnival, food, entertainment. $6. 

Contact: Maiva Blaisdell, 965-3730, ext. 244 

EHCC HAUNTED HOUSE BOASTS A ‘CREEP-A-TORIUM’ 

Where: E.H. Cultural Center 

When: 6-10 p.m. Oct. 27 

Details: Walk through “Sunnyvale Creep-a-torium: House for the Criminally Insane”; visit kid-friendly “Candyland” Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 27-28, and Wednesday, Oct. 31. Admission by donation, proceeds to benefit EHCC’s ongoing art programs. 

Contact: Jessica Takayama, 961-5711, arts@ehcc.org 

THURSDAY, Nov. 1 

FUN FOUR-DAY CELEBRATION FOR NEW PUNA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Where: Puna Baptist Church, 15-3188 Pahoa-Kapoho Rd. 

When: 7 p.m. Nov. 1 

Details: Four-day celebration begins. Puppet shows, skits, Christian entertainers, gospel music, keiki carnival — something new every day. Nov. 1: Youth Night, 7 p.m.; Nov. 2: Family Night, 7 p.m.; Nov. 3: Puna Community Gathering, 3 p.m., with free spaghetti dinner at 5:30 p.m.; Nov. 4: dedication service for new church building, 10:30 a.m. 

Contact: Puna Baptist Church, 965- 9970, PunaBaptistChurch@gmail.com 

FRIDAY, Nov. 2 

BLACK AND WHITE NIGHT IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN HILO 

Where: Downtown Hilo 

When: 5 p.m. Nov. 2 

Details: An evening of entertainment and elegance in historic downtown Hilo. Live music around every corner. Dancing in the streets. Dress up, or dress down, but dress in black and white. Visit Grand Central Station on Kalakaua Street near East Hawaii Cultural Center for treasure map, info, more; visit www.downtownhilo.com. 

Contact: Georgia Pinsky, 935-8850, info@downtownhilo.com 

 

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