Categories: CommunityHome

Get creative this Halloween with the Penticton Arts Council

The Penticton and District Community Arts Council wants you to get creative this halloween.

To get everyone feeling spooky, the arts council has launched a new “Halloween spooktacular colouring and activity book” created in partnership with local Penticton artists.

READ MORE: Halloween needle felting class coming to Penticton

The book features designs and art from local artists Lisa Heinricks, Stacy Franck, RRRAMCHiLD, Ariane Kamps, Bobi McMillan, Mary Kate Woodward, Lindsay Peltz, and Emily Moseley.

It is available as a free download from

Proud of your “spooktacular” creation? The arts council would love to see. They are asking you to share your colouring pages and spooky creations on social media and to tag the arts council and the artists.

“If you’d like to see more free activities like this, please consider donating to the Penticton Arts Council to help us continue to support local artists and creative opportunities for our community,” reads a release from the Penticton and District Community Arts Council.

“Have a safe and Spooky time! Happy Halloween from the Penticton Arts Council!”

READ MORE: Penticton hero who rescued family from house fire now needs help for his dog

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Jesse Day

Published by
Jesse Day

Recent Posts

Letter: Civic building demolitions should go to referendum

Opinion: We don’t even know where the new arts centre and twin rinks would go?

18 mins ago

Time for Penticton’s Toys for Tots to Teens Dec. 9

Bring a gift to the drive thru Toys for Tots to Teens at Pen Hi…

2 hours ago

Unstoppable Penticton Vees win 9th straight

Vees triumph 5-3 over Wenatchee Wild on Saturday at SOEC

2 hours ago

MPs on finance committee ready for review of Liberals’ latest pandemic aid package

Proposed aid includes lockdown support and rent and wage subsidies for hard-hit businesses

3 hours ago

Kilted Scotsman completes 8,000-kilometre fundraising walk from B.C. to Newfoundland

The 32-year-old has raised more than $60,000 for the Trees for Life charity

4 hours ago

Ticks still active in winter in the Okanagan

Naramata resident finds tick on her dog after short walk on the KVR trail

4 hours ago