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Your Kids Will Love This Free Halloween Monster Bash Event At Michaels

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There is only one more weekend before Halloween and if you’re looking for a way to celebrate with your little ones, Michaels is holding an event your kids are sure to love.

On Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., just head to your local Michaels crafts store for a free Kids Club Monster Bash! Supplies for three projects will be provided for kids ages 3 and older. All kids participating in the party can also get their faces painted for free!

While the Michaels website does not provide details about the three projects, it looks like they will be a mask, bracelet and ghost decoration. Make sure your kid has a spot at the party by signing up before heading to your local Michaels.

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If you want to stick around after the Monster Bash, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., your kids can also make free Monster Slime. All supplies, including pre-made slime, will be provided for this event as well. If you want to purchase a jar for storing the slime, your kids can then decorate it and turn it into a silly or spooky monster.

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Target’s Paw Patrol Halloween Event

Once you finish up at the Michaels event, you and your kiddos might want to swing by Target’s free “Paw Patrol” trick-or-treat event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. also on Saturday, Oct. 27.

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Just head to your local Target where your child can come in costume and trick-or-treat throughout the store. The bonus? They’ll get to watch an exclusive “Paw Patrol” episode! There will also be giveaways, so make sure you get there early or you may miss out on some free goodies, which are only available while supplies last.

While the event is being held at most locations, there are a few exceptions, so be sure to check if it will be held at your local Target.

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Will you and your little monsters be heading to the Michaels or Target events on Saturday for some spooky Halloween fun?