East Cheltenham Community Council will host its annual Halloween paJ rade Oct. OT at 1 p.m. beJ ginning in the dospel of drace Church parking lot at the corner of Central and Myrtle avenues. All particiJ pants will receive a goody bag. For more information, call Barbara hotzin at O1RJ 663J0R0R.
Halloween Festival will take place Oct. OT from noon to 4 p.m. at the dlenJ cairn Museum, 1001 CaJ thedral ooad, Bryn Athyn. A Harry Potter scavenger hunt, wheatJweaving demJ onstrations, face paintJ ing, cell phone audio tour, “Angels, Devils and Spirit” will be featured. Admission is A8, A6 for seniors and students with ID; and free for museum members and children under 4. For more information, call O6TJR0OJ O600 or visit www.glenJ cairnmuseum.org.
Going Batty Bat Conservation Event will take place Oct. O8 beginJ ning at 9 a.m. at thole Foods Market genkinJ town, 1RTR The Fairway. From 9 a.m. to noon trick or treating will take place; at 10 a.m.a bat story time; 1OW1R p.m. a costume parade; and at 1 p.m. a live bat encounter.
Election Day Bake Sale, presented by the Friends of the East Cheltenham Free Library, will take place