This time with Monster Mash 2017, a kid-friendly Halloween event presented by Magnolia Pediatric Clinic. Funds raised at the event will benefit the Northeast Mississippi Boys & Girls Club - Corinth Unit.
Set for the weekend prior to Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 28 from 5 to 8 p.m., the event will happen at the C.A.R.E. Honor Garden and Corinth Depot Complex on Fillmore Street.
According to Magnolia Regional Health Center’s Director of Marketing and Public Relations Ben Tucker, the first time event will feature trick-or-treating stations, a costume contest, an outdoor movie, bouncy houses and a pumpkin patch for photo opportunities.
“We are excited to be a part of such a great event for the community,” said Tucker. “There will be tons for families to take part in, and the proceeds of the sponsorships and donations go to benefit a great organization like the Boys and Girls Club of Corinth.”
Main Street Corinth will sponsor the outdoor movie at Monster Mash with the dusk showing of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Tucker said various hospital departments, community members and businesses, Corinth Police Department, Corinth Fire Department and Magnolia EMS will hand out candy at the event.
“This is a free event for all who want to attend,” he added. “Donations are welcome, with all proceeds going toward facility improvements for the Boys and Girls Club in Corinth.”
Event sponsors include the Corinth Coca-Cola Bottling Group, Garrett Eye Clinic, officePRO, Trustmark, Caterpillar Inc., Hamilton-Ryker, Dodd Eye Clinic, the Crossroads Museum and Bailey Williams Reality.