About Faces Entertainment's October 2014 Newsletter

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About Faces Entertainment October 2014 Newsletter

Trick or Treat!

Welcome to October, the month of crunchy leaves, apple cider, and of course, Halloween! And don't forget about Thanksgiving and Veterans Day hiding right around the corner. 

In other words, October is the perfect month to plan a Fall Festival or a Halloween party. We have terrific entertainment like caricature artists or face painters to really treat your guests!


Hire face painters to add character to your costume. 

Zombie by Lisa L.

Model: Maddie H.

Customers Satisfied With About Faces Entertainment

"Just wanted to take a second to rave about [caricature artist] Bat. This is the 3rd year we have used him for our office picnic and our employees have nothing but great things to say about him! He has a great personality, is very talented and we love working with him." - Kristen, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Riche PLLC

"Just a quick note to let you know that [caricature artist] Cat was an outstanding success at our home today. We threw groups at her, young kids, requests to be drawn as superheroes and pokemon and she took it all in stride, doing a great job with the drawings and with the people. She was a delight.  This event was in my home and I'd have her back unequivocally for any event I did there or anywhere else.  Highly recommended! Thank you for sending her to us. We may have to have her back as the kids keep thinking up new ideas for how she could draw them. Morgan also did a great job in coordinating the entire affair even with some last minute changes. Thanks again!" Wade

Halloween Fun Facts

  • Dunkin' Donuts renames the Boston Kreme Donut to the Boston Scream Donut during Halloween every year.

  • Chocolate can last up to 2 years, and hard candy can last one year.

  • On October 28th, more candy is sold than any other time of year.

  • If you see a spider on Halloween, it is actually the spirit of a loved one, according to legend... or thechive.com.

  • The word Halloween was originally called "All Hallows Even (Evening)", which was then shortened to "Hallowe'en", until the 20th century when it became just "Halloween".

  • At first, the phrase "trick or treat" meant that the asker would perform a trick such as a magic trick for the giver in return.

  • Jack O Lanterns were primarily made from turnips, not pumpkins.

 

Featured Entertainer
Kevin Brown

Describe the type of entertainment you provide.
I provide a unique blend of circus, comedy and magic. Ideal for all ages.

When and how did you get into this business?
I wanted to be a lawyer or a doctor but my parents said I needed to be a magician or a clown.

What is the most memorable event you have ever worked at?
My first trip to China for the Liuzhou International Clown Festival. An amazing experience in bringing the first ever clown festival to China. Myself and 35 other American Clowns traveled to China in one little car.

What is one thing you'd like everyone to know about you?

I can't really balance a pumpkin on a stick held in my mouth. A ball yes! A pumpkin NO!

Top Five Costume Ideas for This Halloween 

5. DumbleDora the Explorer
4. The Walking Fred
3. Breaking Brad
2. Halloweenies with ketchup and mustard
1. Casper the friendly party host


Thanks for reading our October newsletter! We hope to hear from you about your next event soon!

Sincerely,

Maddie and Kayleigh Hasson  
About Faces Entertainment 
800-923-8669

 

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