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Oct. 9, 2009

Sea Center Texas to Host Halloween Spooktacular

Lake Jackson, Texas — To provide local families with a safe, enjoyable trick-or-treat experience Sea Center Texas will host its annual Halloween Spooktacular on Sunday, Oct. 25.

From 1 p.m.-to-3 p.m., visitors will be able to enjoy numerous craft activities, games and live animal displays. Participants are encouraged to wear their Halloween costume. A Costume Contest will be held at 2:30 p.m. and several contest prizes will be awarded. About 300 children are expected to participate.

Admission to Sea Center Texas and the event is free. A $5 supply fee is charged if participants choose to complete the craft activities.

Brazosport area businesses and organizations are invited to sponsor a trick-or-treat or craft booth, provide donations of candy and prizes, or provide volunteers to assist with event activities—contact Sea Center Texas to inquire about support options.

Sea Center Texas is a marine aquarium, fish hatchery and nature center operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and is located at 300 Medical Drive in Lake Jackson, Texas. For more information, contact Sea Center Texas at (979) 292-0100, or visit the facility Web site.

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