What to Know About the Haunted Village

Much like our recent Trunk or Treat events, Big Canoe will host a new, ghostly attraction that’s fun for all ages and offers plenty of candy to spare.

The Haunted Village will materialize at the converted Chimneys from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29. A witch will welcome venturing trick-or-treaters into the building, where all kinds of creatures of the night will greet them. At the end of the haunted tour, treat stations will offer up more than enough candy to fill the buckets and bags of the costumed visitors.

There are a few rules to know before venturing on the tour, including:

No touching the actors or attraction props
No running
No outside food or drinks permitted

Kids are encouraged to go on the tour on their own; however, small children, children with food allergies or children who request an adult will be organized into parent-chaperoned groups.

As for the adults who want to participate in the fun, Property Owners can sign up to decorate their own treat tables and give away candy. Each table station will be entered into a contest for a prize.

Photo opportunities with the attraction actors will be available from 7:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.Anyone is free to attend, but those who want to set up a station must sign up at https://forms.gle/G1rqNQwz93ZJqfxY9 . For info: contact Amanda Copeland at acopeland@bigcanoepoa.org.

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