GHOULS, goblins, witches and fairies of all descriptions haunted the hallways of the Kyeemagh RSL on Sunday night, with 100 children turning up for the club’s annual Halloween march.
Organiser Debbie Newton said the march was getting bigger and bigger every year, as more Australian children embraced the ghoulish fun of Halloween.
‘‘It is just a beautiful day,’’ she said. ‘‘We get so many witches and zombies and monsters, then of course you get those who come as princesses and fairies.’’
New research shows younger Australians, especially Generation Y, are embracing Halloween’s wicked fun. Halloween will be celebrated on Wednesday night, October 31.
Decked out in their finery, the kids paraded through the club and up onto a stage as part of the march, before tucking into a feast of jelly and snakes.
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See more on the rising popularity of the night at: http//www.smh.com.au/business/no-trick-just-a-big-treat-for-shops-as-halloween-knocks-20121021-27zei.html