Our Halloween Activities Highlighted

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As there might be some confusion regarding the Halloween activities that are organised within Flanor, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight them in a blog post and explain the what, how, when and where. In the week leading up to Halloween, we have two amazing Halloween activities planned!


A spooky Halloween evening organised by our own activities committee - 26th of October

On the 26th of October, the AcCie has organised a fun, Halloween themed evening in collaboration with a few of our reading groups! It will be an evening of spooky stories, terrifying yet delightful snacks, frightening and mysterious movies and lots more. We definitely hope to see you there to join in on the fun, together we can make it the best Flanor Halloween activity! Details on location and exact time will be provided on the website and in the WhatsApp groups as soon as possible, so stay tuned.


A spine-chilling Halloween karaoke evening together with NUTS - 28th of October

On the 28th of October, the board of Flanor has organised a Halloween karaoke event together with the board of NUTS! What is more terrifying than listening to half-drunk people sing at the top of their lungs for the entire evening!? We certainly can’t think of anything more scary! Not only will you be able to showcase your wonderful singing abilities to the whole association, you will also be able to meet new people as there will be plenty of NUTS members as well. The karaoke event will be held at Club Kiwi and starts at 20.00. Naturally, it would be fun if you dress up for Halloween but this is not required. We hope to see you there! And who knows, maybe the board will even sing a little song together so you definitely don’t want to miss that ;)


For both events, signing up is possible through the Flanor website and for more questions about the event, you can contact Kato (the commissioner of internal affairs). 


We hope you are as excited about these events as we are!



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