Fall & halloween events in the area

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Trick or Treat hours and here is what I am tracking: …

Trick or Treat hours and here is what I am tracking:



JC: 1800-2000

Manhattan: Asking parents to use common sense; no set hours

Salina: no city-wide hours being enforced

Abilene: no set hours

FRKS: 1730-1930

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  • 1. Abilene Ghost Tour by Bus Howl-OWeenie Spooktacular Abilene Oktoberfest Fort Riley BOSS Post Wide Trunk or Treat Custer Hill Lanes Bowling Center Halloween Party OKTOBERFEST Picerne’s MEGA Halloween Fun House Post Library Events Junction City AllTreats Day Halloween Town Events Hildebrand Farms Harvest Festival Monster Myths by Moonlight Munson Angus Farm Pumpkin Patch Zombie Toxin Haunted House Manhattan All Treats Day 2012 Britt’s Garden Acres Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Harvest Moon Dance at Prairiewood Lazy T Ranch Fall Festival Manhattan Town Center: Boo Party Manhattan Town Center: October Events Trick or Treat Aggieville Salina FaBOOlous Feet Salina Community Theater Mall-O-Ween Pumpkin FestPumpkin PaZOOla at Salina’s Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Unleash the Terror Haunted House at Smoky Hill Museum Others Pioneer Bluff’s 5th Annual Fall Festival
  • 2. HISTORICAL ABILENE GHOST TOUR. ENJOY THE HISTORY AND HAUNTS OF WILD AND WOOLY ABILENE BEGINNING AT THE KIRBY HOUSE. OTHER LOCATIONS INCLUDE RIVENDELL BOOKSTORE, GREAT PLAINS THEATRE AND MANY OTHERS. GUESTS CAN CHOOSE TO CARRY A CANDLE LIT LANTERN FOR THE TOUR AND BE ABLE TO PURCHASE IT FOR $10.00 AFTER THE TOUR IS OVER AS A SOUVENIR. EXPERIENCE THE HISTORY AND WONDER OF DAYS GONE BY. TOURS COST WILL BE $17.00. TOURS DEPART FROM THE KIRBY HOUSE RESTAURANT, 205 NE THIRD STREET. ABI- LENE, KS. TOUR LENGTH TIME VARIES AND WILL BEGIN AT 8PM. PURCHASE TICKETS AT WWW.GHOSTTOURSOFKANSAS.COM OR EMAIL INFO@GHOSTTOURSOFKANSAS.COM FOR QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL 785-633-3122 Copyright 2012 Ghost Tours of Kansas, LLC.Unless otherwise noted, all content is the sole property of Ghost Tours of Kansas, LLC. and Its respective members and officers. All Rights Reserved
  • 3. This is a FREE event!Come one, come all dressed in your Halloween costume(or not) and join in the fun. This will be an eveningthat you will not want to miss.Events will be held in Old Abilene Town and include: Hayrack Rides 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Pet Costume Contest 7:00 p.m. Costume Contest 7:30 p.m. Great Pumpkin Hunt 8:00 p.m. (Pre-K - 3rd Grade)Hot dogs and hot chocolate 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. or until theyrun out whichever comes first.
  • 4. Saturday, October 13 2:00-8:30 PMEnjoy a German Band, German Car Show, German Food and more fun activities!2-5 PM: Kids Activities in Little Ike Park 5-8:30 PM: Bierocks, Beer & Band at Abilene’s Civic Center 201 NW Second Street
  • 5. Picerne Military Housing’s MEGA Halloween Fun House Friday October 26 Warner Peterson Neighborhood Center 3-7 PMResidents of all ages are invited to join us for a Hallow-een Fun House featuring games and fun throughoutthe Neighborhood Center.
  • 6. Movie Night13 OctoberCorpse Bride 6:30 PM
  • 7. All Treats Day Monday, October 29th 5:15 5 15 p.m. (Line up between 9th & 10th St. for Parade)The  parade  of  costumed  children  forms  at  the  corner  ofWashington  &Washington &  9th Streets at  5:15  p.m.,  then  marches Streets  at 5:15 p m then thdown  to  6   St.,  preceded  by  the  JCHS  Marching  Band.Downtown  businesses  then  pass  out  candy  and  treats  to the  children.    Kids  of  all  ages  and  parents  are  welcome  tobe  in  the Costume Parade Just show up!  Afterwardsbe in the  Costume  Parade…Just  show  up!   Afterwards,children can enjoy games at the JC Municipal Bldg. locatedat 700 N. Jefferson St. beginning at 6:00 p.m.    Admission is Free! Admission is Free!       For more information contact the JC Area Chamber of Commerce  785.762.2632
  • 8. Munson Angus Farms planted a pumpkin patch and they are growing!We would like to invite you and your family to come out and enjoy the countryas well as pick your fall pumpkin. Sam and Duke II or Ben and George, ourPercheron horse teams, will pull our wagon out to the pumpkin patch where youcan pick a pumpkin. After you pick your pumpkin they will return you to theirhorse barn, at which time we will provide a treat such as a bonfire where youcan roast a marshmallow and enjoy a drink.The Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze are also available for reserved group parties,such as school and youth groups, any evening or weekend by appointment. Adults $7 Children $5 Corn Maze $2 Monday - Friday the month of October Call 238-8068 to schedule your group. http://www.munsonangusfarms.com/
  • 9. Downtown Manhattan Wednesday, October 31st4:00 pm – 6:00 pm: All Treats Day will be celebrated along Poyntz AvenueBring the kids to our historic downtown for trick or treating.A bright orange pumpkin will be displayed in all participating merchants’ windows.4:00 pm – 6:00 pm: J&C Imaging will be hosting a Fundraiser for the Flint Hills BreadbasketBring a canned good or give a monetary donation and they will photograph your costumed kids intheir studio.5:30 pm to 7:30 pm: Boo Party at the MallManhattan Town Center’s annual Boo Party invites kids twelve and under to trick-or-treat at participating stores. Don’t forget to bring a can of food for the Flint HillsBreadbasket and receive a FREE trick or treat bag. Limit one bag per child while sup-plies last at the Customer Service Center.
  • 10. Pumpkin Patch, Corn Mazes and More!Ready to get out and have some fun this fall? Whether you are planning a group event, wantto have the most unique pumpkin in the neighborhood, or just need to relax with your familyor special someone, Britts is the place to be!We grow our own huge variety of pumpkins, mini pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks and manyother decorations! October is breast cancer awareness month.A portion of the proceeds from sales of our new Pink pumpkins go towards cancer research. Opening weekend for our Fall Fun Zone is Sept. 29! Open every weekend through October! Friday 3-6, Saturday 9-7 & Sunday 10-6 One flat admission, tons of fun! Admission $7.50 ages 4-99 Activities include  Easy corn maze    Hard corn maze   Pumpkin Patch   Hayrack ride   Tractor train ride   Petting zoo    Potato cannon    Super slide   Bouncy House   Tons of photo spots   MUCH MORE!  Photo 10 of 17 Scary MazeWhat will be lurking in the corn maze this year??? For the 4th year, we are excited to havea scary corn maze. This is no kiddie corn maze! Bring you walking (or should we say run-ning?) shoes and join the fun. Scary maze runs October 20, 26& 27. 7-9 pm. Recommended age is 12 and up!
  • 11. Harvest Moon Dance at Blue Sage Barn at Prairiewood Oct. 25-Chuck Wagon Meal with all the trimmings by Cox Bros BBQ-Two Step Dance Lesson by Washington Dance Studio withBen and Jennie Stout-Live Music by the Aaron Woods Band from Stillwater, Okla-homa-Campfire throughout evening (including marshmallow roast-ing!) with live Cowboy Guitar Music by Dave Zerfas-2 Barn Bucks good for 2 drinks at Cash Bar-Complimentary Cider and Root Beer-$50 per guest 1484 Wildcat Creek Rd Manhattan, KS 785-537-9999
  • 12. It’s Fall Festival Time!Every Saturday and Sunday in October, Ronand Chris Wilson invite you to attend theirFall Festival, full of pumpkins, hay rack andpony rides, a Flint Hills fun slide and more! Ad-mission is $5 per person (over 2 years) and grouptours, schools and day cares are welcome by appt. The events begin at2:00 pm. Call 785-539-7899, or visit lazytfallfestival.com.A&H Farms also welcome you to join their pumpkin patch and fallfestival! Create some family memories with a pumpkin patch, hayrack rides, farm-fresh produce, a 50 foot slide, petting zoo, photo opsand much more!Spend a few hours, or all day- call 785-341-7794 or visitAandHFarm.com<> for a list of upcoming events 2103 Zeandale Road Manhattan, KS Open Year Round Fall Festival Days and Hours: Saturdays 10a.m-6p.m. Sundays 1-5p.m.
  • 13. Fun for the whole family!Select and bring home pumpkins of various sizes•Zoom down the Flint Hills Fun Slide•Enjoy tasty concessions in the Cowboy Cafe•Walk through the Meadow thats never been plowed and see the nativeprairie grasses and wildflowers•Rope a genuine longhorn steer head•Visit the animals—meet horses, beef cattle, llamas, dairy goats, sheep, rab-bits, chickens•Ride a pony•Climb through the straw bale Kids Castle•Fire the giant Hedge Ball Slingshot•Play on the Great Pumpkin Bounce House•Leap off the Loading Chute Jump•Play in a grain "bin"•Visit the historic Persons Barn & Granary—on the National Register of His-toric Places•Ride in a pumpkin train or in the Purple Powercat train cars around theranch•Find your way through the Hay bale maze•Enjoy fresh cider, juicy apples, hot popcorn, and other autumn treats On Friday & Saturday nights from 7-10p.m.: Try the Flashlight Maze Join in the “Wild West Shootout”~Laser Tag *Additional $10 charge per person
  • 14. October 26 3:00-6:30 PM FREEBring the little goblins and ghouls and enjoy traffic-free Moro Street and goodies galore! The K-State Homecoming Parade starts at 5pm.Be sure to check out the windows of your favorite merchant for "Paint the Ville"--student or-ganizations paint spirited themed scenes during the week to add to the Homecoming atmos-phere.Have an outfit for your furry kids too? Many merchants will have doggie treats along the route!
  • 15. CTA NewsSaturday, October 20 | 2:00pm | Adults $16.23 | Students $8.66 (includes tax) A story of adventure and finding one’s own CAST heart – a path that can’t be found on any Jeremy Jacob................................Nelson Gutsch treasure map. Perfect for ages 3 to adult! Braid Beard......................................Braden Irwin Young Jeremy Jacob is digging in the sand Swill the Pirate.............................. Katie Zuercher at North Beach when he is greeted by Sharktooth the Pirate..................... Joshua Goble Captain Braid Beard and his mates, and is Pirate Pierre................................... Annie Taggart recruited to help find the perfect digging spot Max the Pirate...................................Sofie Flores for their treasure. Pirate Seymour Braunschwagger..... Kyle Dundas Terrific songs like “A Good One To Boot,” Pirate Scurvy Dog.......................Xavier Crawford “Green Teeth,” “I’m Really Just a Sensitive Ensemble Pirates........................... Maddie Stack Whitney Turner Guy,” “You’ve Got to Talk Like a Pirate,” Noah Endreshak“Pirates Dot Aaargh!,” and many others will have you rolling in the aisles and Chloe Pettijohnsecretly wishing for Braid Beard and the gang to one day pay you a visit.Book, Music, & Lyrics by Janet Yates Vogt & Mark Friedman | Based on the Book How I Became a Pirate | Written by Melinda Long | Illustrations by David ShannonCTA DAy Camp Auditions Going Buggy! Miracle on 34th Street, The MusicalThursday & Friday, October 11 & 12 | 9:00am-3:00pm children: September 23 | 6:30pmgrades 1-3 | tuition: $60 | lunches available for $6/day adults: September 24-25 | 7:00pmPerformance is Friday, October 12 at 5:30pm. In this camp, students will learn To audition, please prepare a song (accompanistabout projecting, stage directions, and physical character, all while “going buggy” provided) and be ready to sing from the script.by exploring their creativity with fun drama games! Taught by Sam Shirack. Anne of Green Gables FRIDAY, OCT 26 | 4:00pm FaBOOlous Feet (Students must miss school to participate Sunday, October 28 | 5:00-9:00pm in performances) admission: $5/person Performances are February 27-March 2, 2013. Play Halloween games, trick-or-treat, Roles are available for 7 females, 3 males, and a and see the Move Over Show small chorus in grades 6-8. Please prepare a Troupe and Iron Street Dance 30-second monologue and 30-second song Company perform a short dance (NOTE: no pop songs, preferably no a capella). show once every hour! This is an event for all ages Be prepared to dance, and learn scenes and – safe and non-scary. Admission includes prizes, songs from the show. Entr’Acte is structured like candy, and a live show! a class and tuition is involved. If you need help with audition material, please contact Jordan 785.827.6126 or jordan@salinatheatre.com. Salina Community Theatre
  • 16. October 25th & 30th 6:30 PM TO 8:00 PM Lakewood Discovery Center 1323 E. Iron Salina, KS 67401The splendor of autumn has arrived as we await the coming of Halloween.Join us as we celebrate the fall with our pumpkin fest activities, which in-clude Jack-O-Lantern carving/painting, apple bobbing, caramel apples,and witches brew. We will provide pumpkins and designs to use; you canprovide the artistic ability. Limit: 20 participants (all ages welcome). Fee:$6. *Lakewood Friends members pay only $5. Contact Parks & Recreationto register at 785-309-5765.
  • 17. Saturday, October 13, 2012 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Kids 12 & under get FREE admission and pumpkin* with a paid adult! Celebrate Fall with pumpkin-themed activities throughout the zoo!  Choose a free pumpkin (while supplies last)  Enjoy live music by Dusty Workman  Horse-drawn wagon rides Play on the inflatable slide and bounce house, and conquer the obstacle course  Explore our new Nature Playground  Get your face painted  Meet George the Giraffe