Sunday night, October 28th, the Friends of Guadalupe River State Park/Honey Creek SNA will again host the 10th annual Halloween at the Park for children ages two to twelve. “Halloween at the Park” allow children to walk down a wooded path lit by solar lights and lanterns while being greeted by costumed characters with candy treats along the way. Just the experience of walking through the trees at night, feeling the wind and hearing the night sounds is a special, unique
experience. After completing the trail that starts and ends at the amphitheater, visitors can have hot dogs and refreshments. A storyteller will be telling age appropriate stories at the amphitheater. The event will begin at 6:30 PM with storytelling and trick or treat for young children (2-6) followed by the same activities for big spooks (7-12) from 7:00 to 8:30 PM. Hot dogs and drinks will be served between 6:30 and 8:30 PM while they last. The Park has worked with the Friends to expedite Park entry. The fee at the entrance to the park will be a $10.00 flat fee per vehicle which includes entrance, parking, and event. If you wish to make an additional donation to the Friends you may do so at the event.
Due to the tremendous response in the past couple of years we need community support to man the trail stations where volunteers in costume will provide and hand out candy. We also need volunteers to assist with food, decorating, donation collection, and Monday morning clean-up. If you or your group is interested in participating in this event, please contact:
Holly Camero at email@example.com, or
Tom Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org,
If volunteers identify themselves at the gate they will get free admission to the Park.
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