(Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera, Bahamas) – The pavilion at the heart of the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, was bursting with children of all ages and sizes in any number of costumed ensembles, from the petrifying to the pretty, on Saturday evening, October 27th, 2018, all out to celebrate Spooktacular 2018, held by the Rotaract Club of Eleuthera in partnership with the Levy Preserve, which holds as a key aim outreach to and education of the Eleuthera public.

The night was filled with delicious treats, scary adventure, and a colourfully loud Spooktacular fashion faceoff.

Following a veritably ear-bursting costume competition, where the crowd, heavily weighted with kids and young teens, were asked to choose a winner via the loudest mass of screams, Heidi Johnson, Manager at the Preserve, commented that they were already looking ahead to 2019, and anticipated a bigger and better event, with even more fear factor. Particular emphasis, she said, was placed on the coordination and timing with the signature Spooktacular Trail, “We wanted to make sure that everybody got a chance to experience it, and that things ran as smoothly as possible.”