Fun Ranch Halloween Party

Fun Ranch Halloween Party

Fun Ranch

I’ve registered the kids for the Fun Ranch party together with my kuya’s kids as I know that this would be one event that we wouldn’t miss. True enough, our kids had a great time today!

Brent wore his much anticipated Spiderman costume, Skylah came as Spider Girl and my sister Jalysa was dressed as a Rhumba girl. My kuya and his family were already there minutes before we arrived. I never knew they were as excited as we were. Fiona was dressed as a cute little witch, baby Clay as a little pirate and their pamangkin Kastner came in as the devil.

Kuya’s kids were supposed to register at an earlier time. They were there before 1:30 pm and were told that registration hasn’t started yet. They would have bagged the early bird award if they stayed and waited for the registration to start.

The Halloween Party started at around 3 pm. They started with lots of games that kids got to participate in. Their bring me game was indeed enjoyable; luckily we’ve bagged 2 prizes also. We were at farther side of the activity area and it was Kastner’s fastest run and enthusiasm made him win.

Beforehand, the one who’s in-charge of the games (I guess) asks my Skylah if she wanted to join. So we listed her and Jalysa in the food relay game, and Kastner in the scariest laugh game. Not one of them wins, but the good thing about it is that even though the kids didn’t win, they still get to have a consolation prize. Great isn’t it? This makes me proud of Skylah for participating in the game. Though I could feel she was somehow fighting the feeling of being scared perhaps, she still joined the game. True, it’s not about winning or losing… and this is one thing I would always let my kids remember.

This is an organized event, maybe because Fun Ranch had planned it well that they had accommodated all those cute kids in the activity area. It’s a thumb up when kids gets to participate in the games without pursuing them. It was a good plan giving kids their number, asking them if they want to join this game, and then calling their numbers afterwards. This saves them the time of asking who wants to join a game, and it also gives more chances to other kids as well.

After the games and the show, the trick or treat had started. They gave the kids their loot bags including the coupons that they would be giving to the stores. It’s a good idea since it guides the kids and parents on where to get their treats! By the time we were finished, the kids had their pumpkin bags full of goodies and candies! Aside from the games, the costume awards and loot bags and treats from the stores; there was also a fire eater show, free vitamin samples and free Anchor yogurt drink. Still, all events have a little loophole or so; for I guess it doesn’t even matter.

It would be right to say that it was more than a fun Halloween party; it was indeed a very enjoyable one!


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