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Santa Maria elementary age students invited to Spooktober, Rec on the Move programming next week – Santa Maria Times

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Elementary school age children are invited to attend the City of Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department’s Rec on the Move events through the month of October at Santa Maria area parks. 
The free program is a safe, supervised collection of games or physical activities for kids and does not require pre-registration. 
Starting on Monday, October 3, the program will kick off at Buena Vista Park and rotate through four other area parks weekly;
All Rec on the Move events will take place on weekdays, and are scheduled to run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
‘Spooktober’ starts on Tuesday, October 4, when Halloween activities and programming will start at the Minami Community Center, located at 600 West Enos Drive in Santa Maria. 
Activities are scheduled to include creating monster rocks, haunted graham cracker houses, Halloween tote bags, windsocks, pumpkin carving, and more.
Registration for the Spooktober program is available online at www.cityofsantamaria.org/register.
Jason Anderson is the Digital Producer for the Santa Maria Times. He can be reached at 805-739-2213

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