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Halloween Activities Offer Something For Everyone
10/31/2012

Kiwanis Pet & Spook Parade. Line up @ 3:45, Parade starts @ 4pm at Trail Street & ends at Tobias Park. Everyone gets a treat bag IF you get a coupon at the beginning of the parade. Prizes may be awarded.

Haunted Hanger at Mid America Air Museum 5 to 7pm @ 2000 W. 2nd

FSBC Trunk or Treat 6-7:30pm. First Southern Baptist Church hosting this fun & safe Halloween experience in the FSBC parking lot.
Games, prizes, candy, hay rides, train rides, bounce houses, hot chocolate, cider & popcorn. Please keep costumes family friendly.

SCCC/ATS Trick or Treat Street 6:30 to 8:30pm. A variety of clubs & organizations are sponsoring the event for community children. A variety of activities, entertainment, snacks & hayride. Come in costume & bring your Halloween sacks to the Student Union & Living Center. Free & open to public.

Trunk or Treat at Grace Lutheran, 1200 W. 11th St. from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Bring your ghosts & goblins to the parking lot. There will be tricks, treats & Halloween fun.

Halloween @ Dorothy's House 7-10pm. No ghosts. No goblins. Just a family friendly adventure w/ thrills & chills along the Yellow Brick Road. Let your children help Dorothy avoid the Wicked Witch, flying monkey & other creepy critters on her journey to find the Wizard. If they are successful at melting the Witch children will receive a treat from Auntie Em & Uncle Henry. Admission is $3 or bring your discount ticket for $1 off. Discount tickets can be picked up at Coronado Museum, Memorial Library, MAAM, Baker Arts, Liberal Convention & Visitors. FMI: 624-7624

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