For kids Grade 5 & under - and their families!
Saturday, October 27, 2012 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
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Vermont Public Television Studio
204 Ethan Allen Ave
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Colchester, VT
Kids event

Join VPT - and the Cat in the Hat - for a family-friendly Halloween party!
Come in costume - maybe as your favorite PBS character.
You can even pose for pictures with action scenes in the background, or with the Cat in the Hat!

We'll be having fun with the largest bounce house in Vermont, balloon animals, games, arts and crafts, and lots more. And we'll be giving out awards for best costumes!

Cat in the Hat - Kid's Halloween Party at Vermont Public TelevisionHot dogs, drinks and ice cream are also part of the fun.

Best suited for children up through Grade 5.

Cost is $1 per child at the door, to support commercial-free children's programming on VPT.
Free for parents or caregivers who accompany a child.
Kids are also invited to help other kids by bringing an unused children's book to donate.

We'd love to know you're coming. Pre-register for this event at

For more information, call VPT's Outreach department at 1-800-639-3351.


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Blue Cross Blue Shield  Vermont Bounce at Halloween Party

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