Crossing Rivers Health’s Family Resource Center is again opening their Halloween Costume Shoppe to offer families a fun and economical way for children to have a new or different costume. Amanda Nagel, Parent Educator, shared, “The Costume Shoppe has been successful as it allows families to donate costumes, exchange costumes and/or buy one. We have a variety of sizes available- from costumes for babies to older youth.”
The Halloween Costume Shoppe will be open from 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between Friday, October 16th, and Friday, October 30th. Those having gently used costumes to donate are asked to have them freshly laundered and to have all pieces and parts attached. It would also be helpful to have the costume identified by name and size, plus any additional information to pass along to the next trick or treater! Families that donate a costume may exchange for one at no cost. Costumes may be purchased for only $5 per costume.
Families may call Family Resource Center at 608-357-2135 if they have any questions regarding the Halloween Costume Shoppe. Family Resource Center is a program of Crossing Rivers Health. Visit crossingrivers.org to learn more.
Amanda Nagel, Ruth Ann Coldwell, and Rick Peterson are ready to help families get ready for the spook-tacular fun.