Thursday, organizations from all over Delta also came out to participate in the Family Fright Fest by providing free booths for activities such as face painting and a bouncy castle. The McKee Seniors' Recreation Centre, as it does every year, opened its doors to young children for a night of trick or treating, story telling and creepy crafts as well. Another new addition, the Delta School District Dance Academy, participated by dancing as haunted fairytale characters around the forest in front of the house on both nights. Unlike last year, where all proceeds went to the Equinox Theatre for drama expenses, donations for entry were given to the BC Children's Hospital. It's safe to say that more than a hundred people visited the performance each night, making it a success once again.
Video filmed and edited by Kama Sood and Tristan West
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