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Tall Tales and Trick or Treating
10/30/2012

-By Laura Nelson on 10/29/2012
Goodwell, Okla.-The No Man's Land Museum and Oklahoma Panhandle State
University have teamed up this year to offer free Halloween fun for
trick-or-treaters of all ages!
Stop by the museum any time between 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, and
listen to storytellers Sara Jane Richter, Pauline Hodges, Tony Hardman and
Jon Olsen recount extraordinary tales. Each will be in a different room; ask
at the front desk for more information. During the same time, residents of
Holter Hall will once again be waiting for all of the ghosts and goblins to
come inside and gather treats. Feel free to come and go as you wish between
both events.
Both activities are appropriate for all ages, so plan now to make these two
events part of your Halloween celebration!
 

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