Eal­loween events planned throughout the area

The Colonial - - OPINION -

lther lo­cal eal­loween events in­clude the peren­nial pump­kin show in the Sin­kler dar­den at the eigh­lands Man­sion, Skip­pack Pike and Sheaff iane, Fort tash­ing­ton. Co­or­di­nated by bllen dlendin­ning, of iafayette eill, and ealdy dif­ford, of dwynedd Val­ley, 2M12’s dis­play is sched­uled for lct. 28 from S:PM to 8:PM p.m. and will fea­ture some 12M jack-o’-lanterns carved into un­canny like­nesses of politi­cians, car­toon char­ac­ters, lit­er­ary heroes and pop cul­ture icons.

Ad­mis­sion is A15 per car EA1M eigh­lands eis­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety memEHrV), anG SrRFHHGV EHnH­fiW WKH nRnSrR­fiW HH6.

fn­for­ma­tion: 215-S41-2S87 www.high­land­shis­tor­i­cal.org. Also: • /u/u 6KrLnHrV’ 2012 HRuVH RI eor­rors, 514M But­ler Pike, Ply­mouth Meet­ing, has been scar­ing vis­i­tors out of their wits since lct. 5 and will continue to do just that lct. 2S, 27 and 28 and kov. 2 and P be­tween 7 and 1M p.m. Ad­mis­sion is A25 a head at the door, and the an­nual chill fest is not

or rec­om­mended for kids un­der 12.

fn­for­ma­tion: S1M-828-9M5M or www.lu­lushriners.org/haunt­ed­house.

• :KLWHParVK 7RwnVKLS’V yHarOy eaunted Barn in Cedar drove Park, Cedar drove Road off But­ler Pike, Con­shohocken, will continue lct. 2S and 27 from S to 1M p.m. for the gen­eral pub­lic EA1P at door).

• :KLWHParVK’V 7HHnLH HaOORwee­nie party Efor preschool­ers) at the town­ship’s Parks and Rec Build­ing, 4M21 Joshua Road, iafayette eill, will take place lct. 29 from 11:PM a.m. to 12:PM p.m. Ad­mis­sion is A4, payable at the door.

fn­for­ma­tion: S1M-828-727S www.whitemarshtwp.org.

• 3OyPRuWK’V 2FW. 26 3RRO-2-:HHn and eaunted talk in the aquat­ics com­plex at dreater Ply­mouth Community Cen­ter, 291M Jolly Road, Ply­mouth Meet­ing, wraps up dPCC’s 2M12 eal­loween ros­ter. Fri­day’s S:PM to 8 p.m. ver­sion of Pool-l-teen is rec­om­mended for kids 8 and older and prom­ises to trans­form the en­tire pool area into “an eerie wa­ter play-

or ground … haunted by live zom­bies.” Ad­mis­sion is A9 a per­son or A25 for a fam­ily of four.

fn­for­ma­tion: S1M-277-4P12 or www.ply­mouth­com­mu­ni­ty­cen­ter.org.

• &RnVKRKRFNHn )HOORwVKLS eouse’s eal­loween party for preschool­ers to 11-year-olds is sched­uled for lct. 2S from P:45 to 5 p.m. 7KH HYHnW — VSRnVRrHG Ey WKH -unLRr :RPHn’V &OuE RI &RnVKRKRFNHn — is free and open to the pub­lic.

fn­for­ma­tion: S1M-828-P2SS www.the­fel­low­ship­house.org.

• 3OyPRuWK 0HHWLnJ 0aOO wLOO host a Fall Fes­ti­val lct. 27 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude pump­kin ring and mon­ster bean bag tosses, pump­kin dec­o­rat­ing, mu­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment, vis­its by a va­ri­ety of cos­tumed char­ac­ters and face paint­ing. Par­tic­i­pants will also have an op­por­tu­nity to try on Mum­mers cos­tumes and trick-or-treat at mall stores in their own cos­tumes.

fn­for­ma­tion: S1M-825-9P51 or www. shop­ply­mouth­meet­ing­mall. com.


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