Boo!!! Costumes for Charity

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We’re back and in the spirit to play! Get your costumes ready as Playworks Metro Boston is pleased to partner with the Inspired Futures Halloween Fundraiser, "Costumes for Charity".

Inspired Futures Foundation, an organization that raises money and awareness for Boston charitable organizations whose missions are centered around building a better, healthier, safer and more inspiring future for our youth, are partnering with Playworks to increase physical activity, prevent bullying and create a healthy learning environment for 14,000 students across Boston and Revere.

Join supporters of Playworks and youth from across the city on Saturday, October 29, 2011 from 7 – 10 pm at the Red Sky Lounge (16 North Street, Boston, MA). The event will have appetizers, deserts and silent auction items.

Register here for a fun event that benefits a great cause!

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