First Flight Trick or Treat Night Part of OBX Halloweekend Festivities

Posted By on October 14, 2015

The annual First Flight Elementary School Trick or Treat Night PTO fundraiser is happening during OBX Hallo-Weeekend on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 4 to 8pm at First Flight Elementary in Kill Devil Hills.

First Flight Elementary School Trick or Treat Night - Oct. 24, 2015

“Trick or Treat Night,” to be held at First Flight Elementary School on Saturday, October 24th, is a family friendly fundraising event hosted by the PTO that includes a plethora of Halloween activities.  Guests can Trick-or-Treat through the halls, visit the library turned haunted house, or take a chance in the cake walk!  With games, face painting, and a photo booth, kids of all ages are guaranteed a frightfully good time!  The event also includes a raffle full of amazing prizes and a silent auction packed with merchandise and gift certificates donated by local businesses.   Slice Pizzeria, Tubbs Hot Dogs, and Island Snowball will be on hand for dinner and treats in the cafeteria.

Monies raised from this event will be used to supplement several of the school’s existing programs and help create new learning opportunities for students.  First Flight Elementary School PTO, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has plans to help the school purchase a sound system for the music program, expand on the current outdoor classroom and garden, implement a cultural arts program, offset yearbook costs for each student, provide incentives and prizes for our positive behavior program, pay for field day activities, provide items for teacher and staff appreciation, support Odyssey of the Mind, and much more.  

All are invited to attend “Trick-or-Treat Night” on Saturday 24th from 4-8 pm at First Flight Elementary School.  Admission is $2 plus a non-perishable donation for the food bank.  Don’t forget to wear your costumes! 

Related Halloween events also happening during OBX Hallo-weekend Oct. 23-25 include the Wanchese Woods and PsychoPath haunted attractions on Friday and Saturday night starting at dark, the Island Farm pumpkin patch on Saturday in Manteo, Harvest Hay Day on Saturday at the Elizabethan Gardens on Roanoke Island, and First Flight Elementary School Trick or Treat Night on Saturday in Kill Devil Hills, all culminating with the Halloween Parade on Sunday. 

The 2nd Annual Outer Banks Halloween Parade of Costumes returns to Kelly’s in Nags Head on Sunday, Oct. 25, with the parade registration and the pre-parade party starting at 2pm and the parade itself beginning at 3, with an awards ceremony recognizing the best costumes to follow.

For anyone coming to the Outer Banks from out of town, The Cavalier Motel, located on the beach road in Kill Devil Hills, is offering a generous 20% discounted rate all weekend, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. 23, 24, and 25, for guests attending our event. Guests must inform the motel that they will be attending the Outer Banks Halloween Parade of Costumes when making their reservation in order to get the discount.

Just down the street and even closer to the parade site, The Ramada Plaza Hotel, located on the oceanfront in Nags Head, is offering a discounted block of rooms for just $79 (regularly $119) on Sunday, Oct. 25. If interested in reserving one of these rooms, you need to call the Ramada directly at  252-441-2151 and mention the name of the block “Halloween Parade of Costumes” or the block code CGHPOC.

When it’s time eat for locals or visitors alike, the historic Jolly Roger Restaurant, located in Kill Devil Hills, is serving up 15% off any regular menu adult dinner entree, excluding any nightly entree specials, starting after 4:30pm on Saturday Oct. 24 and Sunday Oct. 25. This discount may not be combined with any other discount or coupon, and you must mention “Halloween Parade” to get the discount.

FFES Trick or Treat Night - Oct. 24, 2015


Posted by Matt Artz

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