Kids looking for something fun to do on their day off school on Monday (Oct. 27) need look no further than the Fort Frances Museum, which will be hosting a “Halloween Camp.”
Running from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., children aged five-12 are encouraged to drop by and, for a fee of $10, participate in a mix of art activities and games related mainly to Hallowe’en, with some superheroes thrown in (tying in to the comic book exhibit that opened there last week).
Children also are encouraged to wear a costume.
In related news, the Fort Frances and District Stamp Club is holding an open house at the museum tomorrow (Oct. 25) from 1-4 p.m. to celebrate the club’s 35th anniversary.
The public is invited to come browse, see the many stamp displays, enjoy refreshments, and register for prizes.
October is Stamp Collecting Month.