PRETTY MAGIC: From left, Gabi Wright, Ayla Wollumbin, Maya Krasna.
PRETTY MAGIC: From left, Gabi Wright, Ayla Wollumbin, Maya Krasna. John Gass

Turning up the magic

IT'S always magical around Mount Warning, and particularly at Uki.

But next Saturday, October 27, from 3.30-8pm, Uki Hall will come alive with a Magical Mountain Halloween designed to enchant children of all ages and adults alike.

Come dressed in your best magical Halloween costume to win exciting prizes and enter a world of springtime celebration with a distinctly "olde worlde" charm.

There will be bobbing for apples, wand and troll-stick making.

"You may decide to build a faerie or troll house or create a message for the Faerie's Wishing Tree," said organiser Nicky Hanson.

Have a cupcake and pumpkin juice in the Pixie Cafe, designed with the little people in mind.

Visit the Faerie Queen in her enchanted floating cave.

"The older and braver may prefer an encounter with the King of the Trolls in his Stinky Cave of Boogers," Ms Hanson said.

Dare you steal a treasure from a sleeping troll?

Witness the world-debut performance of the acrobatic Faerie Wrens or bring along a pre-carved pumpkin to enter into the pumpkin-carving competition to win some fantastic prizes. At 7pm the faerie lights will be lit in the hall and the Magical Monster Mash Ball will begin.

Celebrate Halloween the "Magical Mountain" way and revel in spring's beauty.

This event is a fundraiser for the Mount Warning Community Preschool. Entry is $5 with workshops and experiences starting from $2.

Affordable and fun, celebrate magic, nature and the little people. Any inquiries, contact Mount Warning Community Preschool on 02 6679 5313.



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