Sunday, October 17, 2010

Halloween Happenings in the Cape!

Just call us Cape Fear!  Actually I think the Cape was called that once upon a time for unflattering reasons, but nevermind that!  Back by popular demand, it's Halloween Happenings at the Clubhouse. The Strawberry Festival Committee has put together a fun filled day of ghoulish activities to entertain the little ones in the Cape. OK, I don't really see anything scary about it - just LOTS of cool Halloween things to do! And what kid can get too much of Halloween. Adults, too for that matter.

The shindig will be held on October 23rd from 10 - 3 in the Clubhouse corral. Activities will include hay rides, face painting, a moon bounce, scarecrow making, crafts, and more. Cost is $5 per child (the registration form doesn't specify what constitutes a child, but I'm thinking 44 is a good cutoff), and $6 extra for scarecrow making supplies.

You must register in advance, so print the sign-up form on the website, fill it out and return it with payment to Mary Lamb. Her information is on the form.

Also, for the adults out there that want to get in on some Halloween action, the Goshen Farm Project is hosting a Halloween Ball on Friday, October 22nd from 7 - 11.  Click the same link above for more info.  Costumes are encouraged!

And finally, don't forget the ever popular shopping center trick or treating for the kids.  This year it will be on Saturday, October 30, from 5 - 6:30.

Happy haunting!

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