Realtors International at the Red Herring Centre will host their annual fundraising Spook-tacular Forest Walk once again, in aid of The Safehouse in Fish Hoek.The Spook-tacular Forest Walk took place for the first time almost 20 years ago and has become a popular event in the far south. Over the years the event has gained a reputation by word of mouth and now attracts families from across the South Peninsula – residents from further afield are invited too. The event, taking place in Noordhoek, will be supported by the Silvermine Retirement Village this year. They will be assisting by popping masses of popcorn which the residents will package as treats for the children.The event is great fun for children (and their parents) who are encouraged to dress for the occasion and walk to explore the ghoulish display of scary and spooky characters lurking in the depths of the forest. The characters and scenes are created by the Realtors International staff and their family and friends. The display is made with recycled materials and up-cycled items, and each year a thrilling new theme is conceptualized to haunt the forest. The Spook-tacular Forest Walk takes place from 18:00 to 20:00 on Thursday 31 October. Tickets are R30 for children (inclusive of treat) and R10 for adults. All the proceeds from ticket sales are donated to this year’s selected beneficiaries, The Safehouse in Fish Hoek for abused women and children, and two local ladies who voluntarily fund and run a Monday evening soup kitchen for about 30 homeless people in Fish Hoek. V For more information, call 021 789 2030.