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A ‘Shriektober’ at Ayala Malls


CARTOON Network and Ayala malls teamed up again to bring out the best of Halloween with Cignal TV’s presentation of “Shriektober.”

Tricks, treats, and toons await the kids and kids-at-heart in different Ayala Malls until October 31. Starting off at the UP Town Center, dress up as your favorite Cartoon Network character for a chance to win amazing prizes.

Hop in the Mystery Machine. Bring the whole gang dressed up as Velma, Shaggy, Daphne, Fred, and Scooby and hop in a DIY Mystery Machine. You can do this by using a big cardboard box, acrylic paint, and tons of creativity. Attach it to a wagon or a stroller so that you can move around with your own Mystery Machine.

Transform yourself into one of Ben 10’s aliens, Four Arms and join the alien party.

Be one of your favorite gal pals and form The Powerpuff Girls and add a dash of sugar, spice, and everything nice to your Powerpuff outfit.

All you need is a unicorn as a best friend and you’ll definitely be twinning with the real Bubbs.

For more information, visit www.CartoonNetworkAsia.com/Shriektober.

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Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020

Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020