The theme of this year’s event, which will be held from 5.30pm to 8pm, is Disney.
Rotaract Rarotonga’s Harriet Tuara-Strickland said they were expecting a good turnout.
She said the purpose of the Junior Spring Ball was to provide a fun and safe environment for children during the school holidays.
There is a new theme each year, giving parents and children an opportunity to create some really creative and “awesome” costumes.
Participating children are expected to come dressed up as their favourite Disney characters, giving them plenty of scope for creativity.
There are some great spot prizes up for grabs, along with the chance to become prom king and queen, prince and princesses. There are also prizes for the best theme-dressed person and the best dancer.
Participants will receive free lollies and ice cream and will also compete in some fun games
Tickets to the Junior Spring Ball are on sale for $10 each from Fishers Black Pearl Jewellery (beside the CI Police building), for children aged 12 and under. Only 100 tickets are available.
Parents and caregivers will have free entry.