19 October, 2018
10.20.18 Haunted Houses, Dancing parties and a food tasting party!
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We have a few great events coming up this month you may want to make plans for…
Come party like it’s 1929!
It’s Gatsby meets Ghastly at the 140-year-old Bull Mansion. The veil lifts to a Haunted Halloween party in 1929 the Party is in the ballroom and actors will haunting all 3 floors
Friday & Saturday, October 26th & 27th
7:30pm-8:30pm: VIP hour with a vintage dance lesson or guided tour of the mansion.
8:30pm-12:30pm Haunted Mansion roaring 20’s Halloween party!
The “Cathedral of Chaos” returns to the Third Degree of Terror free home haunt as it welcomes visitors for its ninth Halloween season.. This mini haunted house, packed into an 800 square foot detached garage, features multiple rooms and twisting corridors built with frightening realism and details worthy of a movie set. Visitors will scream with delight as actors dressed as priests, nuns, and monks invite visitors to confess their wrongdoings in order to escape this sinister sanctuary.
Are you ready to walk these harrowing halls? Visitors can seek redemption (or escape) on the following nights: – Saturday, October 27, 6-9pm – Sunday, October 28, 6-9pm – Wednesday, October 31, 6-9pm (candy handed out to trick-or-treaters) And as usual, there is no charge for the experience. Visitors exiting the haunt, however, can take pictures of themselves at a new photo-op and also donate to Magic Wheelchair (www.magicwheelchair.org), a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for children in wheelchairs at no cost to their families.
The United Regional Chamber of Commerce (URCC) will be hosting its 29th annual Taste of the Region, a fun-filled celebration of great-tasting food as well as fabulous silent auction items and raffles on Tuesday, October 30 at Tri-County Regional Vocational High School, 147 Pond Street, Franklin, MA, from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. The URCC encompasses 16 communities and they are hoping to have vendors from every one of them. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door and there will be a cash bar. At the event, participants will be able to vote on their favorites – the best sweet, the best savory, and the best presentation.
Hey Natick Community and Friends – Bring your friends, bring your parents, bring your kids, bring your neighbors, bring EVERYONE, and come move, connect and be joyful as one Human Family! The idea to hold a free participatory dance event in Natick came out of our desire to create a fun, relaxed place for people of all ages and backgrounds to build community through dancing together. During the event, we will experience dances from 3 different cultural traditions, and have time for free-dance to live music by local musicians. There will also be a pot-luck snack and “quieter” room for anyone who needs to take a breather from dancing. Please bring a nut-free/peanut-free snack to share if you are able.
For more information (check for the link on the OWJ posting) or to help with the event, please email Nellie at HFDFJNatick@gmail.com
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