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Entertaining & Etiquette

Halloween Party for Kids and Adults

PeachLakeBaker | Oct 22, 201712:42 PM     6

I'm having a Halloween party for kids and adults. It's next weekend, and so far, more than 20 adults and about 15 kids are coming. The kids are about ten years old. The party will be in a local community building that I rented, so there's plenty of space. The place has full kitchen for me to use.
My current plan is:

Meatballs in a crock pot from Costco frozen food section
Chicken wings in a crock pot from Costco frozen food section
Gluten free pizza (veggie) from Costco frozen food section or Bagel Bites
Rolls (for the meatballs)
Salad
Olives
Fruit
Cheese and crackers
Marinara sauce
Guacamole
Cake
Brain Mold Jello
cookies

Juices (apple cider, OJ, Seltzer)
Sangria in punch bowl
bottles of wine and beer

Should I get some pies and/or cheesecake? Or is the cake, cookies and brain mold jello enough?

What do you think about my selection? Does it sound good enough for the quantity and ages of the guests?

Most things will be crom Costco and Trader Joe's.

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