Heroes of all kinds could be spotted at the Morgantown Mall Thursday evening.
The Morgantown Public Library and Chick-fil-A hosted an Action Hero Night, where children and adults could come dressed as their favorite super hero. They could play action hero games, do crafts, and kids could even get their hair chalked multiple colors by JCPenney’s salon.
“We have a strength contest where they can hit the lever with a hammer and see how high the ball goes, we also have a punching contest where they wear the incredible hulk gloves and they get to punch the bag down. We’ve got face painting where they can get their faces painted like their favorite hero and then of course we have to have the heroes and mascot for all of the kids to get their pictures with,” said Scott Berry, Owner of Morgantown Mall Chick-fil-A.
“Here at Chick-fil-A we want to emphasize our commitment to community impact. One of the ways we do that is by our opportunities to invite families and kids out to our community nights and family nights,” said Berry
Thor, Superwoman, Spiderman, and Captain America were a few of the Super heroes that made appearances Thursday evening.