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Enchanted Forest Friday and Saturday!

The Enchanted Forest is sold out!

Thank you to everyone who joined in the fun.

It’s finally here – join us for some Halloween fun along the jack-o-lantern trail at McLane Center this weekend. Encounter funny and fascinating characters in skits along the path and hear a campfire story about choosing a magic pumpkin. There are lots of indoor games and yummy treats, too. Sign up for a tour time Friday or Saturday night from 5-9pm. Early times take place in daylight.

Jack-o-lantern trail, by Tim Acerno.

Registration Links:
Friday, October 19 Member Registration
Friday, October 19 Non-Member Registration
Saturday, October 20 Member Registration
Saturday, October 20 Non-Member Registration

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