Search Results for 'Trick-or-treating'
17 results found.
Get your best Halloween costumes on & come along to the Trick & Treat Trail of Galway City in association with Visit Galway City, The Heart of Galway Business Association & with very special thanks to The Eyre Square Shopping Centre. A unique FREE Family experience where your little ones will unearth spooky surprises & gather ghoulish goodies as they soak up the Halloween festivities in the city centre.
The Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway, has a scarily good menu of entertaining activities planned to celebrate Halloween this Saturday.
Create with Kate on Tuesday October 30 from 11am to 1pm in Le Cheile Family Resource Centre, Tucker Street, Castlebar.
DR VON Straabenglaus’s Trick Or Treatment Party, a world of flesh eating organ seekers, fiendish medical experiments, and surgery gone wrong is coming to Galway this Halloween.
The major dangers at Halloween are not from ghosts and goblins, but from falls and pedestrian/vehicle collisions.
For some people with asthma and allergies, especially children, Halloween festivities may worsen their condition. If your asthma is not under control both Halloween festivities and the increasingly cold weather may affect you. The Asthma Society of Ireland offers the following advice to people with asthma and parents of children with asthma:
While the ghouls will be having a howl of a time this weekend, Halloween can be very stressful and frightening time for pets.
The renowned annual Irish Conker Championship returns to Freshford for its 11th outing this Sunday, October 24, and the Kilkenny village promises to be a hive of activity over the weekend.
Halloween is coming and to celebrate all things spooky, ghoulish, and ghostly, the Galway Abooo Halloween Festival returns from Friday October 29 to Sunday 31.
Have some spooky, but safe, fun; this is the message from the HSE West this Halloween as fireworks, bonfires, costumes and even boiled sweets can cause an injury to your little ghoul.