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Yellowstone River

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Pacific City

Oct. 2: Decorate the lodge for Halloween. Oct. 16: Happy Fall Y'all! Make fall themed crafts and Count the Leaves scavenger hunt.

Oct. 23: Hungry Birds Weekend: Make a bird feeder to help our fine-feathered friends.

Oct. 30: Halloween activities and pumpkin carving.

October 3-4
North Coast Seafood Festival

Held indoors at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds, this event features continuous live entertainment with music and dancing from around the world, an international food court featuring seafood, Oregon wineries and microbreweries, and a MarketPlace of select Oregon Coast artists. For more information visit

October 9-10
Annual Fall Kite Festival

Lincoln City's "original" Kite Festival includes demonstrations by expert fliers, kid's kite making, Rock Battle, kid's parade and more fun in the sand! For more information, visit or call (800) 452-2151.

Whalers Rest

Oct. 1-3: Oregon Coast 101 Weekend: Join us Friday at our crab class at the local docks. Sign up and bring your license and lunch for a great time of learning and crabbing. On Saturday, the Oregon Fiddlers will be performing in our South Clubhouse at 7 p.m.

Oct. 8-10: Vegas Nights Weekend: We will have a blackjack tournament at 7 p.m. on Saturday in the South Clubhouse. Also, join us for the poker walk for lots of fun. It will be a high roller weekend for all!

Oct.31: Halloween Bingo Fun Night in our North Clubhouse at 6 p.m. Join us for an evening of free fun, including free popcorn, pop, and prizes. Dress up for extra prizes.

October 1-3
7th Annual Jazz Festival

Held at the Newport Performing Arts Center, just 5 miles south of the preserve, this event features great jazz music with lots of big names. For ticket prices and event times, call (541) 265-ARTS.



Oct. 29-31: Join us for a "frightful time" on Halloween Weekend. Haunted House on Friday and Saturday, plus pumpkin carving, trick or treat hayride, harvest supper, hot apple cider, and prizes for the spookiest campsite and best costume.

Through October
Chehalis Harvest Fest

Month-long celebration of our Community Farmers Market and their bountiful provisions, also includes special events downtown, a cider pressing, drawings, and fun!

La Conner

Oct. 9: Canadian Thanksgiving: We supply the turkey, potatoes, stuffing and gravy; you bring a veggie and dessert.

Oct. 30: Join us for our annual Halloween Weekend. We will trick or treat early in the day and then on to our famous Haunted House. Also a dance with Norm Lynn at the Family Center.

October 2-3
12th Annual Festival of Family Farms

Enjoy La Conner when the seasons collide. Select gourds and pumpkins, play on the beach and enjoy the last days of summer berries and produce and scope out your Christmas tree. Celebrate the harvest and our hometown hospitality with an "open barn" celebration featuring farms tours, including dairy, row crop, animal, organic, orchard, shellfish and Christmas tree. Plus veggie car races, artificial cow milking, veggie art, oyster shuffleboard and more. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12:00 to 4 p.m.


Oct. 2: Autumn Leaf Search: Look for the most colorful, the largest and more. Oktoberfest Festival with food, music and dancing.

October 1-2, 8-9 & 15-16

No place in the U.S. is better for celebrating "Oktober" than Leavenworth with plenty of live music, including award-winning bands from Germany, plus fun activities for children, dancing, German food and beer, arts & crafts, a used Bavarian clothing sale and traditional procession through town. Now in its 13th year, Oktoberfest is three weekends with the Festhalle as the center of activity. Come join us in the fun and don't forget to do the chicken dance at least once! For more information visit

Mount Vernon

Oct. 2: October Fest features fun, food and music, plus a new Cook and menus are on the agenda. Join us for a great time. Now taking reservations – please call Cookie or Donna at (360) 724-4811.

Oct. 6: Girl's Night Out: Bunco is the name of the game, plus appetizer, dinner, desserts, refreshment and lots of fun – all for just $10.

Oct. 8: Seafood TGIF: join us for our famous Seafood Night, featuring shrimp cocktail, homemade clam chowder, pan fried oysters, steamed clams, crab cakes and chicken Caesar salad.

Oct. 9: Canadian Thanksgiving – all our Canadian friends are welcome to celebrate their Thanksgiving with us. Deep fried turkey will be provided and you can add to the menu by bringing your favorite appetizers, side dish or dessert. Reservations are required – please call (360) 724-4811.

Oct. 30: Halloween Party: The biggest and best this year will be held in the Oasis. We are gearing up to decorate our Haunted House, music is booked and everyone is welcome!

October 2-3
Festival of Family Farms

This event celebrates Skagit's farming heritage as local farms open their doors in a show of food, tours and educational tools in order to provide a better understanding of farming and agriculture. For more information visit

October 2-3
Concrete Ghost Walk

Some say Concrete's ghosts still haunt its historic buildings and alleys. Visitors can see for themselves and get an inside glimpse of the town's colorful past. The Concrete Ghost Walk is a great way to learn about the history of Concrete and surrounding areas. You'll hear about (and maybe even meet!) some of the colorful characters from our past, visit a number of haunted buildings and talk to the locals who will share their stories and theories. For more information visit or call (360) 853-8767.



Lake Minden

Oct. 1-3: Oktoberfest: Join us for a Friday Night Baked Potato Potluck Social and stay for Brown Bag Bingo. Saturday dig in to Brats & Sauerkraut. After Candy Bar Bingo have a root beer float at the Ice Cream Social. Walk off those extra calories with a stroll around the lake. Make a traditional German craft or take a Getting Ready for Christmas beading class. Test your skill at Wii bowling.

Oct. 8-10: Crafters Holiday: Join us for a weekend of crafting. We'll have tables set up for jewelry making (various projects), Christmas ornaments, scrapbooking, holiday cards, and a variety of holiday crafts projects. Sign up early for specific projects. Don't forget the Friday Night Potluck Social, Brown Bag and Candy Barb Bingo.

Oct. 15-17: The Hydro Plane boats are back: Enjoy the excitement of watching these beautiful boats race around the lake. Don't forget to bring your camera for some spectacular photo opportunities. Join us for a spooky Halloween craft class. And if you're not afraid of things that go bump in the dark, join us for a good old-fashioned Barn Dance.

Oct. 22-24: Getting Ready for Ghouls: Share your favorite "not too scary" ghost story at a Baked Potato and Chili Potluck Social and stay for Brown Bag Bingo. Exchange recipes for ghoulishly good fun foods at a Getting Ready for Ghouls Coffee. Make masks, ghosts and other Halloween crafts. Don't forget to decorate your site for Halloween.

Oct. 29-31: Halloween Monster Mash Bash: This will be a weekend of ghoulish Halloween fun. Don't be chilled to the bone – bring your favorite addition for chili for a Chili Potluck Social. Saturday we will have haunted carnival games, a "scarier by the hour" movie marathon, pumpkin decorating contest (carved, painted and/or dressed), a Halloween site decorating contest, and a site to site trick or treating hayride.

October 22-24
Harvest Hoedown

Held at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, event features more than 400 dances from northern California and Nevada showcasing National Folk Dancing and Square Dancing. Fairgrounds are located at 442 Franklin Avenue, just 40 miles from the preserve. Hours are Friday from 7 to 11:30 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

October 30
Scarysville Halloween Festival

Over 50 businesses invite kids, adults and pets of all ages to come in costume and enjoy some good family fun. Six blocks of trick or treating, plus photos, hayrides, costume contest, Thriller dance contest, games, a maze, haunted bakery, pony rides, petting zoo, live karaoke, pre-carved pumpkin carving contest, and food and beverages.

Lake of the Springs

Every Saturday in October, we'll have John Carter at the Family Campfire, plus Eric our DJ at the Family Dance.

Oct. 24: Celebrities on Parade with Marion and friends. Come see who is looking at who in our Celebrity Look-alike Show.

Oct. 30: L.O.T.S. Celebrates Halloween: Decorate your site, plus kids fishing derby, pumpkin carving contest, weenie roast for the kids before trick or treating, Halloween Trick or Treat Hayride, costume contest and more.

Palm Springs

October Events
McCallum Theatre

Musical concerts featuring Randy Travis (Oct. 22) and Kenny Loggins (Oct. 30) at McCallum Theatre, just 5 miles from the preserve. For tickets and information call (866) 889-ARTS.

Pio Pico

Daily activities throughout October include coffee social, 8-Ball Tourneys and aerobic video exercise.

Saturdays in October: Come check out our new breakfast and lunch menus, which also include banana splits and ice cream sundaes. Saturday events include marketplace, crafts, 8-ball tourney, mini-golf tourneys, Wii bowling fun, wood crafts, scavenger hunts, coloring contests.

Oct. 30: Halloween Weekend: Events include a Halloween Carnival with pie-throwing booth, bounce house, duck pond, can toss, lollipop tree, plus kid's costume contest and trick or treating throughout the preserve. Coyote Country DJ provides music at our Halloween Dance. Also, don't miss our monthly Border Patrol Talk, an informative seminar, held the first Tuesday of each month.

Rancho Oso

Regular weekend events include hayrides, wine tastings, Ice Cream Socials, golden Horseshoe and Scavenger Hunt, and guided trail rides for ages 8 and over and hand-led trail rides for ages 7 and under.

Oct. 30: Halloween activities and trick or treating.

October 16
"Creepy Creatures" at Cachuma Lake Nature Center

Special guests offer close encounters with owls, bats, scorpions, spiders and more. Witches will be lurking about with popcorn, punch and face painting too! Held at the Cachuma Lake Nature Center, 11 miles from the preserve. Hours of event are 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For information, call (805) 693-0691.

San Benito

Throughout October: Weekly crafts plus Nickel Bingo every Thursday and Sunday afternoon, Ice Cream Socials every Thursday-Sunday.

Oct. 2: Spend a wonderful evening listening to some old Western songs. Cisco Jim has an extensive repertoire of trail songs, buckaroo classics and original songs of the West.

Oct. 16: Oktoberfest – a fun-filled day of beer tasting and fine authentic German food. Dance to the sounds of Mike Noonan in the evening.

Oct. 30: The infamous San Benito Witch will be here to make sure that everyone is having a witchy time. She is green and she will be leading our Halloween parade. From 4 to 6 p.m. she'll be floating around the lodge to make sure everyone is having a good time at our Halloween carnival. Plus the Quail Run Cafι will be open from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. serving up some great Philly Cheese steaks, burgers dogs and more.

October 1-3
San Benito County Fair

Great fun for all with this genuine county fair experience featuring livestock judging, horse show judging, truck pulls, live entertainment and carnival. Event is held at Bolado Park on Highway 25, just before the preserve. For more information visit

Wilderness Lakes

Oct. 2 and Oct. 9: Come on down and visit a new face for entertainment and hear music by Larry Stevens.

Oct. 16: Octoberfest: Have you ever tasted German beer? This is your chance – free German beer to everyone over the age of 21. Root beer tasting for the kids. Enjoy a few pretzels on the side. Listen to live music from the 50s and 60s plus country and a twist of oompapa, plus more as Highway 91 Tony Lopez performs.

Oct. 23: Coyote Country DJ plays it all!

Oct. 30-31: Halloween Weekend: Clowns will be here to paint your face and make balloon critters for you. Costume contest, trick or treating, and pumpkin decorating. E&E Animals and Dominic's Karaoke allow everyone a chance in the spotlight!



Bay Landing

Oct. 1-3: Chili Cook-Off: The temperature is dropping and what a better way to get together with new friends and family than with a Chili Cook-Off. Your favorite pot of chili will be judged! Competition is great here for this event so bring your special ingredients ready to serve and maybe you will win the BIG prize.

Oct. 29-31: Halloween Costume Party: The ghosts and goblins come out of the woods here! On Friday we'll have a pumpkin carving contest and haunted hayride. On Saturday we'll have the kids' costume party at 1 p.m. and the adults costume party from 7 to 11 p.m.

October 2
Coal Miner's Heritage Festival

Booths include crafts, food and much more. Main Street is closed off for a street dance. All kinds of goodies for all ages! Held in historic Bridgeport, just 5 miles from the preserve. For information call (940) 683-2076.

Colorado River

October 16
Stafford Opera House – Dinner Theatre

Enjoy Dinner Theatre in Texas' oldest and largest flat-floor opera house. Season opening performance is "The Good Doctor." Admission is $35 per person. Doors open at 5:30, dinner is served at 6:30, and curtain is 7:30 p.m. Held in the historic Stafford Bank Building, 425 Spring Street, Columbus, just 4 miles from the preserve. For more information call (979) 732-5135.

October 30
Halloween Carnival

St. Anthony Catholic School hosts a Halloween carnival with games, costumes, and seasonal displays. Biggest Halloween event in Columbus! St. Anthony School is located at 625 Bonham Street in Columbus, just 4 miles form the preserve. For information call (979) 732-5505.

Lake Conroe

Oct. 2-3: Hobo Weekend/Happy October Birthdays: Dress down for this weekend's fun. We're having a "Hobo Dress" contest, and sing-a-long at the campfire with a marshmallow, so don't forget to bring your fiddles and guitars. We'll be having a party to celebrate October's birthdays in the AC and all are invited.

Oct. 9-10: Hot and Spicy Chili Cook-Off: This is the day to get out your pots and favorite chili recipe and dazzle everyone with your creations. Judges are waiting in the wings so bring it on!

Oct. 16-17: Dance and Dessert Weekend: Bring your favorite dessert to the pavilion to share with your fellow campers and get to know your neighbors. Then we'll kick off our shoes and dance off some of those calories. We have fun playing washers, horseshoes, pickleball, basketball and other outdoor activities.

Oct. 23-24: Games Games Games Weekend: Gotta game you like to play? Bring it and share the fun. We'll also play Fast Track, Pegs & Jokers, Farkle, LRC and lots of bingo. We'll fire up the Wii for a tournament too!

Oct. 30-31: Halloween Weekend: If you dare to be at Lake Conroe this weekend you will get your socks scared off! We're also having a pumpkin painting contest for the young, a pumpkin carving contest for the young at heart (adults!), a costume contest, tattoos for kids, apple bobbing, and our famous trick or treat hayride. And when the sun goes down, be sure to show up for a hair-raising good time! Oooooooohhh!

October 21
Hocus Pocus Pops

This is a "spooktacular" Halloween event featuring tricks, treats and enchanting music. Daddies, mummies and little ghosts can dress up in the their favorite Halloween costumes for an imaginative blend of chilling music and spirited fun. Free mezzanine and lawn seating or $15 for orchestra seating.

October 9-November 28
Texas Renaissance Festival

The Texas Renaissance Festival is one of the nation's largest, most acclaimed Renaissance theme parks where the sights, sounds, tastes and beauty of the 16th Century come alive every Saturday and Sunday, from 9 a.m. to dusk, for eight weekends. Held in Plantersville, just 37 miles from the preserve. Visit for more information.

Lake Tawakoni

Check the TTTimes for activities listing, plus all weekend activities are listed in the park schedule.

Oct. 30: Trick or Treat Parade through the preserve.

Through October 17
State Fair of Texas

The Great State Fair of Texas is one of the largest state fairs in the U.S. It hosts a premier rodeo, livestock show and many other attractions and entertainment. Held at Fair Park in Dallas, just 55 miles from the preserve. For more information and events schedule visit

October 1-3
First Monday Trade Days

Held in downtown Canton, just 30 miles from the preserve, these trade days happen every first Monday weekend of the month. It is one of the largest trade days in the U.S. Everything from pets to trinkets can be purchased and the food is out of this world.

Lake Texoma

Oct. 2: Health Awareness/Birthday Bingo: Come out and learn about your health.

Oct. 9: Columbus Day: Explore Lake Texoma and see what you can discover!

Oct. 16: Peanut Festival Day: Enjoy the events of the annual Whitesboro Peanut Festival.

Oct. 23: Hobo Weekend: Let's see if you can win our Look Like a Hobo contest.

Oct. 30: Halloween: Join us of our Halloween carnival and later, let us scare you right of out our haunted barn.

October 16
Whitesboro Peanut Festival

This festival beckons over 20,000 visitors, making it the largest free festival in North Texas. It features over 200 booths of food, fun and crafts, 5 entertainment stages, a classic car show and parade. For more information visit

Medina Lake

Oct. 2: Oktoberfest Weekend: Join us for root beer chugging and apple bobbing. We will celebrate October birthdays and anniversaries with cake and ice cream.

Oct. 9: Columbus Day Weekend: We will play Brown Bag Bingo and Candy Bar Bingo during the day and have Super Bingo in the evening.

Oct. 16: Golf Weekend: Join us for a day of golf as we play mini-golf, wacky golf, and Wii golf.

Oct. 31: Halloween Weekend: pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, piρatas, costume contest, trick or treat hayride, haunted trail and band in the evening.

October 1-2 and 8-9
Oktoberfest San Antonio

Enjoy music, food and dancing, plus German specialties like bratwurst, reubens and beer. Held at Beethoven Halle & Garten, 422 Pereida Street, San Antonio, about 40 miles from the preserve. For information visit



Horseshoe Lakes

October activities include Covered Bridge Festival, Harvest Party and our Annual Haunted Trail with over a mile of wooded trails filled with ghosts and goblins. The trail ends with a campfire, hayride and a cup of hot chocolate.

October 1-3
Newport Hillclimb

Uphill drag race for antique cars, car show, collector car auction, swap meet and flea market, parade and fireworks. Held in Newport, just 15 minutes from the preserve.

October 8-17
Parke County Covered Bridge Festival

Enjoy a congenial gathering of arts & crafts as well as a few hidden treasures. Shop, eat, and enjoy homespun hospitality at its best. For more information, call (765) 548-2522


St. Clair

Oct. 15-16: Halloween Weekend: A fearfully fun-filled festivity! Kids and adults will enjoy a creepy craft, and great prizes will be awarded for pumpkin carving (bring your own pumpkin), campsite decorating, and creative costumes for kids, adults and dogs. You won't want to miss trick or treating, the Haunted Hayride or the Devilish DJ Dance.



Oct. 15-17: 2010 Hallowscreem! Pumpkin carving, trick or treating, site decoration contest and more!



Gateway to Cape Cod

Oct. 1-3: Indoor Games Weekend: As the weather gets cooler, we will be indoors playing checkers, Yahtzee, Monopoly and more.

Oct. 8-10: Columbus Day Weekend: Our final weekend of the camping season is upon us. Enjoy entertainment on Saturday evening with all your friends.

Oct. 15-17: Halloween Weekend: Don't miss our last weekend of fun with pumpkin painting, spooky evening hayrides, trick or treating and entertainment. Decorate your site to win some really scary prizes. Have a safe and healthy winter. See you in the spring!

October 8-11
Edaville Railroad: National Cranberry Festival featuring "The Grinch"

Watch the cranberry harvest from the train and enjoy music, live entertainment, arts & crafts, food and other exciting events. For more information, visit or call (508) 866-8190.

Throughout October
King Richard's Faire

Weekend Renaissance festival featuring entertainment, rides and skilled games. For more information visit Event is held at 235 Main Street, in Carver, just 10 miles from the preserve.


Rondout Valley

Oct. 9: Columbus Day Weekend: Score performs. Oct. 23: Halloween activities, plus DJ Joey B performs.



Oct. 2: Flea Market on the Patio: Bring your treasures, bring your junk, or just bring your wallet ($5 space set-up fee).

Oct. 9: Chili Cook-Off: Think you have a great recipe? Make a pot and bring it in for our judges. Win a prize!

Oct. 15-16: Haunted Trail.

Oct. 22-23: Haunted Trail, plus our Halloween Costume party for kids, adults, pets and rigs on Saturday, followed by trick or treating. Note: Rain Date for Haunted Trail is Oct. 29-30.

PA Dutch

Oct. 1-3: Fall into Autumn Weekend: Events include Bingo in the Barn on Friday night, plus Saturday wagon ride. We'll make scarecrows to decorate the campground.

Oct. 8-10: Fall Festival I Weekend: Events include Bingo in the Barn on Friday, plus Saturday wagon rides, pumpkin weight guessing and greased pumpkin races.

Oct. 15-17: Fall Festival II Weekend: Events include Bingo in the Barn on Friday night, Saturday wagon rides and pumpkin painting, plus the Men & Machine band performs on Saturday.

Oct. 22-24: Fall Festival III and Closing Weekend: Events include Bingo in the Barn on Friday night, plus Saturday wagon rides, trick or treating and our Halloween party.

Throughout October
Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Located at the Mt. Hope Winery, just 3/4 miles from our preserve, this event features spectacular entertainment. For more information visit


Oct. 2-4: An Apple a Day: Cider sippin', apple bobbing and an apple pie-eating contest. It's harvest time – Johnny Appleseed would be proud.

Oct. 9-12: Explore: Take the lead from Columbus and explore the many facets of the Pocono Mountains. Check the Rec Hall for information.

Oct. 16-18: Flyin' High: The Hot Air Balloon and Timber Festival at Shawnee is not to be missed. Beauty and excitement combined in one event.

Oct. 23-25: Amazin' Fall: Visit a challenging corn maze and the bountiful fall markets in our local area. Don't forget to go pumpkin picking.

Oct. 30-Nov 1: Ghosts, Ghouls & Goblins, EEK!: You never know what's waiting for you along the Haunted Trail! If you survive, come to the Monster Mash Costume Party and Dance in the Rec Hall. It is prime time for fall foliage pictures in the Poconos. The Lehigh River Gorge in the Jim Thorpe area is well worth the short trip. We are asking that you bring some of your pictures of your outings at Scotrun – we'll have a social hour to share the good times.

Through October

A ton of fun for all ages. Find your way through the twists and turns of the corn maze, plus pumpkin launching, 20 and 100-foot mountain slides, hayrides and more. Pumpkin picking, candy apples, produce market and lots of good stuff. Held at Klinger Farm, Rt. 115, Saylorsburg, just 15 miles from the preserve. For more information, visit

October 9-10
Quiet Valley Harvest Festival

Experience life at it was in the past with food harvested and prepared the way it was years ago. A Civil War Encampment by the 142nd Volunteer Infantry Co. G will reenact the drill and everyday life of the 19th Century soldiers. Located at Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, 1000 Turkey Hill Road, Stroudsburg, just 12 miles from the preserve.




Oct. 29-30: Trick or treat on Friday through our campground from 4:30 to 5:30, then enjoy live entertainment by Legacy at our Costume Party. We'll have prizes! On Saturday, we'll have haunted preserve tours: 7 to 7:30 for the "meek at heart" and from 7:30 to 9 p.m. for those who want to SCREAM!


Cherokee Landing

October 3-4
Fur-Fin & Feather Festival

Celebrate the culture and sporting opportunities of the area with local artists, musicians and sportsmen. Held at Middleton City Park, just 7 miles east of the preserve.


Chesapeake Bay

Oct. 9: Annual Seafood Festival and Dragon Run Day: Celebrate the rich heritage of the Dragon Run, a 40-mile stream of water that runs through four counties and ends at the headwaters of the Piankatank River, where we are located. Hands-on exhibits about the ecology of the Bay and its tributaries as well as a huge craft show with crafters from all over the state, plus some of the best local seafood for sale at various vendors. Definitely a great family day with hayrides and live entertainment throughout the day.

Oct. 23: Join your friends in the Adult Lounge for a Wine and Cheese Social. We provide the cheese, crackers and fruit and you bring your favorite wine to share.

Oct. 29-30: Bring your kids and grandkids for a fun-filled weekend of Halloween activities. Enter our rig decorating contest, paint and carve pumpkins with your kids, and enter the costume contest for all ages. On Saturday night, take the kids trick or treating and then dance off all the sugar at the Family Dance in the pavilion.

Harbor View

Oct. 1-3: Halloween Weekend at Harbor View with pumpkin decorating on Saturday at 2 p.m., plus costume party and trick or treating at sundown. Oct. 8-10: Columbus Day Weekend: It's the last weekend of the season so let's wine a bit and say goodbye to our fellow campers until next year.

Through October
King George's Farmers Market
Saturdays – 8 a.m. to noon

Buy fresh, buy local – includes farmland fruits, vegetables, apples, green peppers, spinach and more. Held at King George Elementary School, Rt. 3 and 218, just 10 miles from the preserve.


Oct. 15-17: The holidays are coming – who wouldn't enjoy receiving a homemade gift? Let's see how creative we can be this Arts & Crafts Weekend.

Oct. 22-24 and Oct. 29-31: Sign up early for our annual haunted house tour. We have times set aside for young children and "scaredy cats." Then do a Monster Mash with us at our Friday night dance.