Not all witches are wicked

Enjoy some family-friendly Halloween entertainment at The Arts Station this month.

Enjoy some family-friendly Halloween entertainment at The Arts Station this month.

Kicking off the three show children’s theatre season will be the Yayfal Sisters with their Halloween themed play, Ursula – She’s a Good Witch After All! on Saturday, October 28 at 2 p.m. and again at 3:30 p.m.

Whether you are young or just young at heart, Halloween is the perfect time of year for kids ages 2 to 200 to use their creative, kooky and, sometimes, crazy ideas to step outside the realm of boring everyday attire and come up with the most wild and wonderful costumes and characters possible.

Luckily for us, the Yayfal Sisters will be leading the pack this time around with Ursula- She’s a Good Witch After All!

This tale of an old lady, a crew of brave trick or treaters and, of course, a witch is bound to spook the sillies out of your little trick or treaters that come out for these two upbeat performances.  What a perfect reason for all the little ones to get another wear out of their costumes this Halloween so make sure no one forgets to dress up for the show!

 

Tickets are available at the Arts Station for $5 each and are the same price for kids young and old.

 

 

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