Calling all ghouls, ghosts and goblins! The annual Great Pumpkin Bash will soon return to the Liberty Municipal Library with several fiendishly fantastic changes that will make the Bash better than ever.
The event will be held in the Humphreys Cultural Center foyer where participants will decorate their own trick-or-treat buckets to fill with candy and goodies on Halloween night. Monstrously exciting games and boo-worthy craft activities are planned, and everything needed for the buckets and the crafts will be provided. The Bash will get underway at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, and everyone is invited to wear a Halloween costume.
The trick-or-treat buckets are made of sturdy orange or black metal and will be provided, along with stickers, googly eyes and other items needed to make a ghoulishly delightful Halloween vessel. The buckets will hold enough candy to satisfy any little goblin. Plenty of craft supplies for making monster portraits, glittery glue spiderwebs, Lego stamp prints, tie-dyed coffee filter monsters, cotton ball ghosts, and marbled spiderwebs will be provided.
Games will include jack-o’ lantern and Peanuts bean bag toss, pin the nose on the pumpkin, boo bowling, and tic-tac-boo. The Friends of the Library will serve frightfully delicious cookies and punch. This event is open to all area children and everything is absolutely free.
For more information, please call the library at 936-336-8901. The Liberty Municipal Library is located at 1710 Sam Houston Street, inside the Geraldine D. Humphreys Cultural Center.