Your kids will love this free Haunted Halloween party at the Disney Store

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If you’re looking for some Disney-inspired Halloween fun this year, The Disney Store is the place to be.

Select Disney Stores are hosting free Haunted Halloween parties this weekend, Oct. 26-27. Children ages 3 and up are invited to arrive dressed as their favorite Disney characters and play fun games.

The parties take place at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26 and 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 27. Some Disney Store locations are closed on Sundays, so make sure you check your local store’s hours.

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Children must be accompanied by an adult, and guests who RSVP get priority entrance. You can find your local Disney store and RSVP by visiting their website.

You’ll also be able to purchase a light-up Mickey Mouse pumpkin at the party. It will cost $7 for anyone who participates in the Haunted Halloween party, while supplies last.

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Your little ones will need to come to the party in costume, so it would be a good idea to head to the Disney Store now to pick up a costume if you don’t already have one. The store has costumes for pretty much every Disney character imaginable and many are now on sale.

Choose from popular costumes like Elsa from “Frozen” or throwback to older Disney characters like Mary Poppins!

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You’ll also find costumes for babies, like this adorable “Toy Story” Woody costume and other classics like Darth Vader and Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas”.

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Keep your calendar clear because after the Halloween fun is over, Disney Stores will be holding a holiday season kickoff party on Saturday, Nov. 2.

The party includes a Toys for Tots donation program launch, a Mickey plush offer for the first 50 Guests, new product releases, immersive holiday decor and the launch of the store’s holiday season event, Magical Wishes featuring Mickey and Minnie onscreen.

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What are your kids dressing as this Halloween?

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