Stepping Stones Museum For Children Hosts it's Annual Monster Mash Costume Party

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Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, Connecticut is hosting an upcoming Monster Mash costume party on October 27, 2012. The annual event is a pumpkin-themed costume party and an evening jam-packed with tricks and treats for the whole family.

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You're sure to have a monstrously-good time during the museum?s annual kid-friendly costume party!

Stepping Stones Museum for Children, a premier multidimensional educational resource that provides exceptional and meaningful interactive learning experiences for children, is pleased to invite the public to its annual Monster Mash: A Pumpkin Party on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

The annual event features a variety of pumpkin craft activities, face-painting in the Pumpkin BOO-tique, a variety of pumpkin-themed games, a special Halloween maze, a costume fashion show and a dance party, featuring Dre Towey with Sugar on Top. Lisa Lenskold, Director of Norwalk Grows, will teach about the wonders of pumpkins and party guests will receive a goody bag and participate in the End of the Night Parade.

"Don't be bored out of your gourd this Halloween," said Robert Townes of Stepping Stones Museum for Children. "Celebrate the haunted holiday the Stepping Stones way at Monster Mash. You're sure to have a monstrously-good time during the museum's annual kid-friendly costume party!"

Stepping Stones Museum for Children offers a variety of educational exhibits, such as Tot Town, an imaginative play space for infants and toddlers, and Build It!, where children explore architectural design and construction and numerous other hands on exhibits and attractions. In addition, the museum offers family and group programs, a family and teacher resource center and serves as the perfect venue for children's birthday parties and special events.

Tickets to Monster Mash: A Pumpkin Party costs $10.00 per person for members and $12.00 person for non-members. Children under 1 year old are free.Registration is required and tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. For more information, visit

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