This year’s Halloween Carnival will be this Saturday at the Browning Hangar, and is a departure from the regular volunteer-run event. This time the Property Owners Association has come up with the goods and will be hosting the event conveniently right next to the food (and coffee) trailers.
Several booths have been announced so far on the Mueller twitter feed, and include:
- Free cotton candy courtesy of the Mueller Property Owners Association
- The Home Depot’s building project – they typically host a free kids’ build on the first Saturday morning of the month. We’ve made bird houses, football goals (miniature), helicopters, coaster holders and things of that nature.
- Free Kona Snow cones – Frost Bank’s donation to the fun. I keep my business accounts at Frost, as they really do make efforts to be a part of the community, and their customer service is better than any bank I’ve ever used.
- A Bounce slide – also brought by the Mueller POA
- A cupcake walk
- Craft booths
- Face painting
what: Halloween Carnival
when: Saturday 27th October 2012 11a-1pm
where: Browning Hangar (the big wooden trussed hangar by Airport Blvd and Mueller Central Dr. Actually, it’s the only wooden hangar in the US, but that doesn’t really help unless you know where to look)
Also for good measure, come and get your kids’ sticky fingers all over the nice paintwork of some green cars at Frost Bank over on Barbara Jordan Boulevard beforehand – from 9am. Or pop over afterwards for cupcakes until 2pm:
I’ll see you there! Just for good measure, here’s a video for those of you thinking about trick or treating in the ‘hood.