All posts tagged: Halloween

#ShareTheScare with Krispy Kreme’s Halloween Doughnuts

Time for some treats this season as Krispy Kreme finally introduced their limited edition Halloween doughnuts. I actually passed by their nearest store to purchase a dozen. Unfortunately, all the Halloween doughnuts were already sold. So I decided to try their delivery service. Good thing I did because Krispy Kreme has an ONLINE PROMO! If you order any dozen for DELIVERY, you get a half dozen Original Glazed Doughnuts until Dec 31! Great deal, right? It’s perfect for parties, family gatherings or yourself! (We don’t judge here.) 🙂 What are you waiting for?! #ShareTheScare with Krispy Kreme’s limited edition Halloween doughnuts. They’re so tasty, creepy and cute! Too bad though as I didn’t get The Owl, The Ooze and The Pumpkin. But I did get the following: The Black Cat | The Scary Eye | The Brain | The Tombstone | The Orange Monster | Halloween Sprinkles Delivery | Facebook

Tricks and Musical Treats, a PPO Family Concert at the CCP

COME in your Halloween costumes, inspired by your favorite book characters, and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon at the Tricks and Musical Treats: A PPO Family Concert, slated on October 28, 2018, starting at 3pm, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater). Now on its fourth year, Tricks and Musical Treats will take its audience to a “Journey to the Kingdom of Books,” featuring an afternoon concert with the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Herminigildo Ranera. The Philippine orchestra, fresh from their international stint at the Asia Week 2018 in Japan, will perform a selection of popular classical masterpieces made for children’s ears including Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Third Movement), Brahm’s Hungarian Dances 5 and 6, Chabrier’s Spanish Rhapsody and other surprise numbers. One of the highlights will be the Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, a ‘symphonic fairy tale for children’ where the narrator tells a children’s story, while the orchestra illustrates it with different instruments, representing characters in the story. It is Prokofiev’s most frequently performed …