The Naramata skeletons are back to their daily shenanigans but this time they are putting on a Halloween event to raise funds for their neighbourhood school.
Called the Robinson Bone Rattler, the Oct. 30 event features enchanted pumpkins and a guaranteed full moon.
“It’s the perfect warm up to the main event,” said organizer Blaine Gerlach who, along with her two kids has been turning her side yard into everything Halloween for a couple years now. The skeletons have been busy re-enacting the Dirty Dancing scene, trying to fireball an enormous black widow, go camping and more.
But this year, she wanted to put together a Halloween fundraiser for her kids’ school.
“The witches will be in their shack with fresh caramel apples that satisfy the sweet tooth and a special Halloween photo opportunity for the whole family by cash donation with all funds raised going to the Naramata Elementary PAC.
Creek and Gully Cider donated all the apples and it’s all parent volunteers prepping the event so every cent can go to the school, said Gerlach.
Gerlach is hoping for a good turnout and promises fun for young and old.
Come walk through the boneyard from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
She recommends people park at the school and walk the 10 houses up to the house at 485 Robinson Avenue.
There is lots of parking at the school and they are about 10 houses up.
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