Turning The Wheel Missoula is a great organization that has been helping local students and schools for fifteen years. This fall, they'll be teaching weekly classes at Sentinal High School where students will gain essential life skills like self-awareness, wellness practices, empowered communication and leadership training. But they need to raise some money to make it happen, and they plan to do it with something really cool.

Turning The Wheel Missoula is putting on a unique community event called Enchanted Forest, an interactive art and costumed dance party just in time for Halloween. Taking place Saturday, October 27th at MASC Studio on Shakespeare Street, the event looks to celebrate the holiday and guide participants to make some art, have some fun, do some dancing, and dress up in some insane costumes.

Tickets are available right here, and it looks like a great way to celebrate Halloween weekend for all ages while helping to raise money for a great cause. That's called a win-win, folks.