Chil­dren en­joy Haunts on High event

The Community Connection - - FRONT PAGE - By Dig­i­tal First Me­dia

POTTSTOWN » If you were tak­ing a walk down East High Street Oct. 14, you may have no­tices that things seemed a lit­tle spook­ier.

Fam­i­lies could be seen walk­ing up and down East High Street for Haunts on High and the Fall Arts Walk. Kids had the op­por­tu­nity to go trick-or-treat­ing in down­town Pottstown at var­i­ous par­tic­i­pat­ing busi­nesses. Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clud­ing face paint­ing were of­fered out­side of Grumpy’s as well as cookie dec­o­rat­ing at Bev­erly’s Pas­try Shop. Kids could also cre­ate Hal­loween crafts at a stand on the cor­ner of East High Street and North Hanover Street. Along the way, were var­i­ous fall art dis­plays in the win­dows of lo­cal busi­nesses.

When guests were done strolling High Street, they could head over to Potts­grove Manor for their “Fall into Fun” event. Guests were in­vited to try cider and see how it’s made as well as en­joy other demon­stra­tions on 18th cen­tury ac­tiv­i­ties.

MAR­IAN DEN­NIS – DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Won­der Woman and Su­per­girl pose with trick-or-treaters along East High Street dur­ing the an­nual Haunts on High event.

MAR­IAN DEN­NIS – DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Kids got the chance to make Hal­loween crafts dur­ing the Haunts on High event in down­town Pottstown. The craft stand was set up at the cor­ner of East High Street and North Hanover Street.

MAR­IAN DEN­NIS – DIG­I­TAL FIRST ME­DIA

Re-en­ac­tors do a demon­stra­tion for guests who came out to ex­pe­ri­ence 18th cen­tury ac­tiv­i­ties dur­ing the “Fall into Fun” event at Potts­grove Manor.

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