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On Thursday Oct. 27 there will be a talk on Ghosts and Historic Haunts of Central Jersey at the Bridgewater library, 9:30-10:30 AM. What ghosts roam the historic sites and buildings of central New Jersey? How accurate are the traditional stories? This program by author Gordon Thomas Ward delivers a mix of factual history and the investigation of ghostly phenomena. It includes PowerPoint photos of investigation sites and audio clips of unexplained voices. Register at 908-526-4016 , ext.105.
The borough’s Halloween Parade and Costume Contest will take place on Sunday, October 31. Participants will gather in the Municipal Building parking lot at 6 p.m. and parade downtown. Back at the Municipal Building, doughnuts, cider and candy will be served to all participants and spectators. A costume contest will follow with prizes being awarded in different age groups.
* Kids are invited to put on their costumes and come downtown on Saturday, October 30, 2-5 p.m. and go trick or treating in the stores that have a pumpkin in the window.
* A Halloween party will take place at the Somerville YMCA on Friday, October 30, 7-9 p.m. There will be a DJ, snacks, crafts and a haunted house. Children and adults are encouraged to wear a costume. This event is free and open to everyone. Families are asked to bring a canned good item for the needy.
Sunday, October 31, 06:00 pm
Wagner Farm Arboretum, 197 Mountain Ave, Warren, NJ, $10
This year the Wagner Farm Arboretum will host its first Brite Nites/Haunted House Showcase. This first of its kind event, Brite Nites will consist of a pumpkin path that wanders through the fields and gardens of the Arboretum. Hundreds of creatively carved and lighted pumpkins will be on exhibit. In addition, a Haunted House Showcase will be displayed in an Arboretum building. Food, beverage, and seasonal items will be sold. A photo booth will be on site along with the "Talking Pumpkin Family." Don't miss a fun-filled evening for the family. Open October 22-24 and 29-31 (6:00-9:00 PM). For more information and to purchase tickets, go to www.wfafnj.org/events.html.
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