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Event: Samhain Masquerade Party


Live entertainment, Halloween games, costume and mask competitions, pumpkin carving competition, cocktail dinner & lots of prizes!!!

This year's Samhain Masquerade Party will be a child-free, adults evening full of Spooky Entertainment and Halloween games,

Delicious food and FUN!

Do I have to wear a Costume to this event?

No, of course not. But it makes it more fun! Get in the spirit of Samhain by dressing up, all magical and mysterious like. You won't be able to enter the costume and mask contests and win awesome prizes if you don't dress up...

Samhain 2007 is supported by Christine's Place. Mention that you are attending the Samhain Masquerade Party with PANinc and Christine will give you a discount!

Bring your carved Jack O'Lantern and receive $5 cash back on your ticket - and you will be automatically entered into the Best Jack O' and Scariest Jack O' comps...


$50 per adult
$35 for PANinc members
(bookings essential)


28th April, 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm


Ralph Wilson Theatre



Hollie - 6257 2492,


Brandied Cheese on Pumpernickel, Dolmades with fresh Basil Bearnaise Sauce, Fantasy of Smoked Salmon, Roast Beef with Wasabi Cream Cheese on Cabriata, Fresh Asparagus with Chargrilled Eggplant, Petit Lamb and Rosemary Pies, Bar-b-q Chilli Mushrooms, Leek and Blue Cheese Triangles, Honey Soy Chicken Skewers, Meatballs with Plum Sauce

Samhain 2007 is supported by:

Lunation Magick & Occult Store
Realm of White Magic
Hamilton by Design
SpellCraft Magazine
Christine's Place (02)6291 0151
Goddess Fire
Green Lord Cosmic Design
Pagan Alliance ACT
Spellbound Bellydance
Hudson's Catering

About Samhain:

Samhain (pronounced: sow-een) is a pagan holiday that is known best to be celebrated on October 31. It marks the end of Summer and the beginning of Winter. In Australia, where Summer occurs through the Nov-March months, and Winter is May-September Samhain is commonly celebrated on, or close to, April 30th.

In the past, Samhain was a festival for the time between the old year and the new year. It was a time for having bonfires and playing tricks. It was also thought a time when people could make contact with departed loved ones and foretell the future. It is a time to remember what has past, and celebrate all we have gained. We remember our ancestors and beloved dead.

Today Neo-Pagan people still have special ceremonies on this day. Some people have parties and other people have special dinners.

In Canberra PANinc have been celebrating Samhain publically since 2004. Join us in 2007 for a fun evening of finger foods, entertainment, dancing and competitions and prizes.
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