Haunted Dojo offering Halloween fun for whole family

Forget haunted houses, this Halloween you can check out a haunted dojo.

Forget haunted houses, this Halloween you can check out a haunted dojo.

SKILLZ Duncan is teaming up with several other Cowichan Valley businesses to raise funds for the Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island with a fun, safe Halloween event on Saturday, Oct. 24.

That’s the day SKILLZ Duncan will transform into the Spooky Hunted Dojo with activity stations, games, obstacles and more. There will also be a bake sale and silent auction.

The dojo will be open from 3-4:30 p.m. for kids aged three to six years old, and from 5-6:30 p.m. for kids aged seven to 14.

The Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island plays an important role in supporting services for children and youth with disabilities and health challenges and their families. The Foundation funds specialized rehabilitation and mental health services as well as supporting organizations and programs for children across the Island and Gulf Islands.

The dojo is located at 5833 York Rd. in Duncan. For more information call 250-597-4424.

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