Changes To Fall Festival

Ponca City Now - October 25, 2013 9:44 am

Looking for a safe, kid friendly way to celebrate Halloween?

Marland Children’s Home has just the festival for you and your kids.

The home is hosting its Fall Festival tonight from 5:30 to 10.

Brett Biddinger, the home’s development officer said they are doing something different than the haunted hayride.

“That has been a staple for our fall festivals in the past," Biddinger said. "This year, due to we are presuming it’s going to be a little colder we decided to move it indoors. So, we went with a haunted house instead of a haunted hayride this year.”

They will also have a carnival midway for the younger kids too.

Along with the popular baked potato bar.

Each activity will cost a ticket.

 

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