DRESS UP: Children of all ages are invited to attend a Halloween Disco Party to raise money for Ipswich Hospital Children’s Ward.
DRESS UP: Children of all ages are invited to attend a Halloween Disco Party to raise money for Ipswich Hospital Children’s Ward. David Nielsen

Dance your way to disco if you dare this Halloween

IPSWICH is embracing Halloween this year, however Rochelle Caloon has taken the holiday to the next level with a charity Halloween Disco Party.

Ms Caloon said the event would offer entertainment from a live DJ, spooky pinball machines, food, drinks, plenty of disco dancing and prizes for the best Halloween costume.

"We've created an elaborate cemetery for kids to walk though. My husband has not stopped making props," she said.

"We'll also have a jumping castle, glow sticks, coloured hair sprays, a laser light show, glow nails and a coffee van for parents.

"It's the first fundraiser we're hosting and all profits will be donated to the Children's Ward of Ipswich Hospital.

"The hospital has been very good to our family and we want to give something back."

The event organiser said she hoped to see hundreds of Ipswich families enjoying their hard work for a very good cause this weekend.

"There'll be lots of family fun and we really hope the community gets behind it," she said.

Tickets cost $10 per person with children two and under entering for free.

Children must be accompanied by an adult or sibling 13 years and older.

The Halloween Disco Party will be held at the Amare Centre, 25 Cothill Rd, Booval on Saturday from 5.30pm-8pm.

For more information or to donate, phone 0431 315 898 or visit the 'Glitter Parties' Facebook page.



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