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Halloween is a VERY popular holiday/celebration in Casa de Campo with several parties and activities taking place every year.  This year, Casa de Campo hosted several activities to entertain the whole family!

Pumpkin Carving, sack races, and lots of fun!

The activities started on Saturday morning with the Equestrian center transformed into a pumpkin patch, kids and adults went out to select their favorite to carve out their very own scary pumpkin! Casa de Campo provided everyone with all the tools they needed to get creative and with the help of Chavonero Argenis Lebron, the Equestrian Center was soon fully decorated with carved or painted pumpkins!

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During the activities, the kids also participated in a sack race and enjoyed cotton candy, popcorn, and beverages. The spooky pumpkins were ready just in time to be lit during the night festivities in Altos de Chavón! 

Trick or Treat and Spooky-creative golf carts

At 5 pm the kids dressed up in fantastic costumes got together in front of the Altos de Chavón Fountain and were guided around all the stores and restaurants that waited for them with candies.

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The golf cart decorating contest that took place later that evening can only be described as Creativity gone wild! Once the decorated carts were parked in front of the fountain, and despite a bit of rain, you could see everybody’s happy expressions as they walked around admiring the different creations.

It was an amazing activity! Golf carts participated in the contest with decorations themes ranging from witches, spiders spooky clowns, Flinstones, Catrinas, Alice in Wonderland, Jurrasic Park, and even the Adams Family! Some carts were extremely impressive and went all out, with the owners dressed in costume to complement it!

This year’s Halloween festivities were a great way to get creative and have fun! We hope to see a repeat next year! 

Find below more pictures taken by Mairobi Herrera on Saturday, October 29th during Halloween festivities: