Pictured is 1 year old Freddy Magee and Maizy Magee, 5, from Tower, Co.Cork, and Ronan Murphy, 6, enjoying the tricks and treats at The Cork International Hotel.
TRICKS AND TREATS GALORE AT HALLOWEEN CHARITY EVENT
A Spooky Halloween Kids Tea Party is taking place next week. The Cork International Hotel will host the Halloween Extravaganza in aid of their charity partner, The Rainbow Club – the Cork Centre for Autism.
The event will take place on Wednesday, 30th October from 2pm to 4pm at the Cork International Hotel. On the day there will be children’s entertainment, games and spot prizes. Children are invited to come dressed in Halloween fancy dress outfits. There will be complimentary teas, coffees and snacks for adults.
The cost is €15 for each child and tickets are available on Eventbrite.
Pictured is, Head Chef Martin O’Mahony, Carmel Lonergan, General Manager Cork International Hotel, and Julie Kelly, Pastry Chef, ahead of the Spooky Halloween Kids Tea Party which is taking place next week.
The Cork International Hotel has partnered with the Rainbow Club Cork Centre for Autism as its charity partner for 2019. As a result of this partnership with the Rainbow Club, the Cork International Hotel is raising funds on behalf of the charity throughout the year through various events. The Rainbow Club is hoping to raise €2 million to fund a new facility in Little Island.
General Manager of the Cork International Hotel Carmel Lonergan said: “We are very excited to host this hugely popular event at the hotel in aid of the Rainbow Club. The dedication and commitment shown by the team at the Rainbow Club is truly inspirational and we’re very proud that the Cork International Hotel can play a part in supporting the valuable work they do.”
The Rainbow Club opened its doors in June 2015 and is now providing assistance and support to more than four hundred children and their families. It was founded by Karen and Jon O’Mahony, whose sons Sean and Stephen have autism.
Photography: Cathal Noonan