Join Blind Beginnings on a trip to the Stanley Park Ghost Train – described by the VocalEye!
October’s Community Discovery outing will take us on a spooky, described train ride through Stanley Park. Thanks to the VocalEye for providing live description and a guided tour of the Spooky Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Creatures of the Night and other event installations. And then it’s all aboard the Ghost Train for a spine-tingly described ride. The ride is approximately 15 minutes long.
Creatures of the Night is a program through the Stanley Park Ecology Society where hands-on activities help teach people about the species found in the park.
When: Saturday, October 13, 5:00pm
Where: The Stanley Park Train is located on Pipeline Road in Stanley Park, via the West Georgia Street park entrance.
Who: Open to all Blind Beginnings families (must be current members)
About the Train
This year’s theme is Jack O’Lantern’s Journey Through the Dark Forest! “Poor Jack! He may be dead as a door nail but instead of resting in peace, he wanders trapped in an ancient Celtic Halloween world where nothing is what it seems. Join Jack on his journey as his lantern casts a light on floating Druids, a 12-foot monster and creatures barely human.”
To register, email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org and include how many members of your family will be joining us. Space is limited. Please let us know ASAP if you’d like to join us. This event, like all Community Discovery outings, is free for all members.
The train runs rain or shine. Dress appropriately!
All participants must be members of Blind Beginnings. If you would like to become a member, please visit www.blindbeginnings.ca. The cost is $10 for an individual and $25 for a family.