With Halloween less than two weeks away, the time for tricks and treats is drawing near.
Over at the NOTL Youth Collective, the team will be hosting its first major session of the fall season: Fear Factor, an evening of Halloween activities for kids on Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Cornerstone Community Church town campus.
This is a free event open for youths in Grade 6 and over, however, young people in Grade 5 and under are allowed to attend under the supervision of an adult.
The collective invites attendees to come have a frightfully good time at Fear Factor from 6 to 8 p.m., with games like “Do You Dare?,” BeanBoozled and a fear maze.
There will also be a Halloween cookie decorating station and a dance playing spooky Halloween tunes.
Brenda Ferguson, the collective’s programming lead, said they wanted to open the fall season with a “fun, casual social event” and hope to continue providing a safe and welcoming space for all young people in NOTL.
Pre-registration is required to attend: Visit notlyouth.com to access the registration link.
The Cornerstone Community Church town campus is located at 1570 Niagara Stone Rd.