Spooky Spring Creative Competition
The Cheeky Kea Charitable Trust is all about creativity, recycling, and sustainability, so in the 2019 event we present the Spooky Spring Creative Competition! Prepare your best piece and you could win fun prizes!
"What is Spooky Spring to you?" or "What is Halloween in New Zealand?"
Under 5 years old,
5 to 8 years old,
9 to 12 years old,
12 to 16 years old.
A mystery prize pack will be awarded to the top three entries in each age group. All entries will receive a participation certificate, which can be redeemed for one free Drachma to spend at Spooky Spring.
Drop Off Times & Locations:
Entries can be dropped off at the following times and locations:
At the event from 4pm to 6pm.
At The Community Hub (Senior Citizen's Hall) on 23/10 from 2pm to 5pm.
At The Community Hub (Senior Citizen's Hall) 28/10 from 2pm to 5pm.
At The Community Hub (Senior Citizen's Hall) 30/10 from 3pm to 5pm.
If you are a teacher or youth leader and would like to collect entries on behalf of your students, we would be happy to arrange a time for drop-off outside of those hours. Please contact Nanny Cat on 021 0291 2240 or email to make a time.
One entry per person.
Please make sure that the child's full name, age, and either a contact phone number or email address are written on the back of the entry somewhere.
Entries can be submitted from October 23rd to October 31st at 6pm. Any entries received after that time will be ineligible for prizes, so make sure you get your piece done in time!
Adults may assist with the creation of the piece, but it should be predominantly the child's work. The judges reserve the right to disqualify entries that are obviously not the child's work.
Participating Certificates will be awarded at the time the entry is submitted. Early redemption may be announced closer to the date.
Pieces will be displayed throughout the event and may be collected from 8pm on October 31st. Any pieces that are not collected by the end of packup will become property of The Cheeky Kea Charitable Trust, to be used for decorating the 2020 event. So, if you want it back make sure you grab it or it's ours! Mwahahaha!
No sharp, dangerous, toxic, or otherwise hazardous pieces will be accepted. If it's not safe for a toddler to touch, we can't take it. Gotta keep everyone safe!
What Can I Make?
This is there things get interesting... because your art can be made from anything! The more creative you are, the more likely you are to catch our judge's eye! Here are some ideas to get you started:
Make a Diorama!