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It's going to be a hauntingly good time at United Way of Jasper County's 3rd Annual HALLOWEEN BINGO party on Oct. 26!
Ghosts and goblins will want to join in the spook-tacular times at Halloween Bingo - sponsored by Kinetic Edge - Colfax & Newton offices, Eye Care Center of Newton, Bank Iowa - Colfax & Newton branches and Fremont Farms of Iowa.
The fun-filled night will be Thursday, Oct. 26, at Colfax Historical Event Center, 900 N. Walnut St. in Colfax. Doors open at 5 p.m. Bingo will begin at around 6:30 p.m.
The event is for adults 18 and older.
Fun activities including a costume contest with prizes, raffles and more are planned. And back for a second year!!! Enjoy a tarot card reading for a donation to United Way of Jasper County. (Suggested minimum donation $5)
Tickets are $40 each online or $45 at the door day of the event (if not sold out prior to event). The ticket includes bingo, dauber, food and fun! The event is bring your own beverage.
To purchase UWJC Halloween Bingo tickets CLICK HERE!
Special thanks to our sponsors:
Bank Iowa - Colfax & Newton
Learn more at www.bankiowa.bank/locations/colfax
Eye Care Center of Newton
Visit online at https://newtoneyecare.net/
Fremont Farms of Iowa
Visit online at https://fremontfarms.com/
Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy - Colfax & Newton
Learn more at https://www.kineticedgept.com/
Free family-friendly Halloween movie set for Oct. 28 at Capitol II
It's spooky! It's a scream! It's a whole lot of laughs! "Munster, Go Home!" will be showing for free in time for Halloween.
The movie follows the beloved Munster family - Herman, Lily, Grandpa, Marilyn and Eddie - as they travel to merry old England to collect an inheritance. But when they arrive they find there is a mystery to Munster Hall and the ghastly inhabitants and neighbors are not welcoming.
Released in 1966 after the show aired for two seasons the movie is unrated but is a family-friendly comedy.
Enjoy a free screening of the classic comedy at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at Capitol II Theatre in Newton. The movie is free for all to enjoy thanks to sponsorship from United Way of Jasper County and the Edward Jones offices of Mark W. Allen, Brendan Lamont, Travis Padget and Nate Milone. Special thanks to Capitol II Theatre for hosting the event.