Grab your favorite costume and join the staff and volunteers at Historic Charlton Park for an afternoon of family-friendly fun at the All Hallows Eve Saturday, Oct. 29. Bring your treat bag and enjoy trick or treating in the Historic Village from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., an autumn-themed maze on the village green, a scavenger hunt, pumpkin painting, a wagon ride around the park, balloons and more.
Prizes are awarded for best costume in a variety of categories. Refreshments, popcorn balls, donuts and cider will be served. Cost is $4 for those 13 and up, children 12 and younger are free, but must be accompanied by an adult. Plenty of free parking is available.
“During All Hallows Eve, our goal is to provide fabulous fall fun for all ages in a safe environment. If you love Halloween and costumes of all sorts, we hope to see you next Saturday,” Park Director Dan Patton said. “Community outreach events are one of the park’s strategic initiatives and we look forward to hosting an afternoon of celebration for our local residents,” he said.
For more, visit www.charltonpark.org.
Photo: (upper left) Prizes are awarded for best Halloween costumes in several categories at All Hallows Eve. Here’s one of last year’s winners.