Boston Events – Pru Boo

October is a wonderful time for events in New England. Apple picking, hay rides, and just wandering around in the cool, crisp air make it one of my favorite times of year. As a kid I always adored Halloween, the mystery and fun surrounding it. I’ll even admit that I still love ghost stories and scary movies, as long as I am not going to be home alone after!

As you might know, I am working with Shops at Prudential Center on the PR for their fun holiday events. While I don’t know how many of you reading have kids, I thought I would share the details of Pru Boo, just in case there is a little on in your lives who might be interested in this trick-or-treat for charity event. Details are below, and if you have any questions, you can feel free to email me at meghan (@) popmarcomm.com.

 

Pru Boo

Pru Boo is a day of trick-or-treating and fun for the whole family AND the $4 donation benefits a great cause, Room to Grow, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of infants born into poverty. Come for store-to-store trick-or-treating to over 50 of the stores at Prudential Center, and stay for face painting, a magician,  and sing-alongs.

Please see below for more details, and feel free to share with your readers. We hope to see you there!

Pru Boo

When: Sunday, October 30, 2011 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Where: The Shops at Prudential Center (800 Boylston St., Boston)

Trick-or-treat bags can be picked up for a $4 donation to Room to Grow. Bag sales begin at 9 am on the day of the event, and bags can be picked up at the Customer Service desk starting October 1. Parking for the event is $16 for the day to allow you and your family to plan a fun day in the city, if you wish.

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  1. Michelle’s avatar

    I wish I was around that weekend to stop by to support this fun project!

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  2. Raija’s avatar

    I heard of another cool event that happened this weekend: Brew at the Zoo: http://www.zoonewengland.org/page.aspx?pid=581

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  3. Charlene’s avatar

    I don’t have a little one yet but if I were in town I’d love to stop by! I love all things Halloween :) I think I’ll be in NYC though for a friend’s birthday… if I am back in town in time, I’ll see if I can join in on the fun.

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  4. Eric King’s avatar

    This is such a great idea – I remember as a kid going trick or treating in single digit temperatures – but this will be in a mall – very kid-centric and the money goes to charity? I think this is a really great idea – and I am glad you are promoting it. $4 is a fair on parents and really excellent levels for the charities – who I can imagine are pretty underfunded this year in the lead up to Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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