How to participate
Halloween in the Park – October 29
The event that has fired the imaginations of hundreds of brave men and women since 2019 is back. Want to find out how the Cascina is transformed on the scariest days of the year? Several are the magical stories contained in the grimoire of Cascina Costa Alta… together with Vampire Ernesto and Mummy Franca we will read the most monstrous ones. Plus we will try to figure out what spell made the Cascina haunted! There will be many trials to face together to find the counterspell: haunted mazes, searches for magical ingredients in the meadows around the Cascina, and monstrous creative workshops. At the end of the haunted afternoon, our “creepy” chaperones will offer us trick-or-treating?
Meet under the porch of Cascina Costa Alta.
During theme parties, activities are led by META professional educators and parents are not expected to be present. Parents can stay in the surroundings, on the Cascina lawns and in the bar area.
To participate in the activity, 3-year-olds must already be in the first year of Kindergarten. Attendances are limited.
In case of bad weather, activities will be readjusted and held in the Cascina’s indoor facilities.
Online registration must be done with the form found on this page by 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. The transaction takes place on the secure PayPal platform. You do not need to have a PayPal account to complete the purchase, you must have a credit or debit card enabled for online payments. There is no refund in case of non-participation in the activity.
For registration with reduced fee reserved for children of META members and workers write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meta Social Cooperative declares that the performance of the requested activities, including the possible use of indoor and outdoor spaces under its jurisdiction and necessary equipment, is carried out in compliance with current health and safety regulations. The current health regulations will be observed during the activity, and the parents of each participating child are required to complete the Co-responsibility Agreement between the managing agency and the family.