Pru BOO Event for Kids

Pru BOO Event for Kids

Prudential Center to Partner with Teal Pumpkin for Annual PRU BOO Event

Prudential Center, Boston, will host its annual PRU BOO indoor trick-or-treating and family fun event on Sunday, October 30. The event will benefit Horizons for Homeless Children, a non-profit organization that provides high-quality early education, opportunities for play, and family support services to more than 2,000 homeless children each week in Massachusetts.

Pru BOO Event for Kids

This year Prudential Center Boston has partnered with Teal Pumpkin Project to provide non-food items to be handed out in select stores in an effort to raise awareness for food allergies and promote the inclusion of all trick-or-treaters.

 

Prudential Center will open its doors at 11am to hundreds of families from Greater Boston to enjoy “store-to-store” trick-or-treating, a performance by Stacey Peasley as well as a variety of activities provided by popular Boston attractions, including Boston Duck Tours, the Museum of Science, New England Aquarium, The Freedom Trail Foundation, and more!

 

Schedule of Events

11:00am – 1:00pm:                 Trick-or-treat and children’s activities

1:30pm:                                   Performance by Stacey Peasley (South Garden, weather-permitting)

 

With a $4 donation to Horizons for Homeless Children, participants receive a trick-or-treat bag that provides access to trick-or-treating at more than 50 stores and restaurants at the Prudential Center, along with other fun family-friendly activities. Presenting sponsor, Star Market, will provide candy.

 

Trick-or-treat bags can be purchased at Prudential Center’s Customer Service Desk starting October 1, and at check-in stations located in Center Court and at the Boylston Street entrance starting at 9am the day of the event.

 

Parking for the day is $16. Parking passes can be picked up at PRU BOO check-in stations.

 

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