Get your BOO! on at these events in the Ponca City area

Ponca City Now - October 28, 2015 9:42 am

The Haunted Sale Barn at the dead end of South Seventh Street in Tonkawa starts again tonight at 8 p.m. Cost is $10 per victim.

The barn benefits Tonkawa High School events including cross country and band, the Newkirk Senior Class and Tonkawa Extended Studies. Concessions will benefit Wounded Warriors. Hours are 8- 10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and 8 to midnight Friday and Saturday.

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The Ponca City Disc Golf Club’s Haunted Trails on the trail on Prentice Drive east of L.A. Cann Drive continues Thursday, Friday and Saturday starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $5 and the course is designed to frighten both young and old. Entrance is on Marina Drive at the Lake Ponca Sail Boat Marina.

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“ Goblins on Grand,” the annual community Halloween carnival organized by Ponca City Main Street, is this Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.on the grounds of City Hall and in the adjoining street area from 5th to 7th Streets.

Ponca City groups will set up and man their booths, decorated with a theme. The group also supplies candy or small toys as prizes for approximately 2,000 children.

Awards will be given for “Best Booth” and “Best Costume” the night of the event.

Food booths will be lined up along the west side of Fifth Street north and south of Grand Avenue. There will be a variety of bounce houses for children along with the fun booths from organizations. Rescue dogs will visit on Sixth Street beside the library, and a Vo-Ag Barn Yard will be on South Sixth by City Hall.

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Join the Kay County Court Clerk’s Office from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday for All Hallows Eve Trunk or Treat!

The event will be at the public dock area at Lake Ponca and is planned to let famillies, friends and neighbors join the fun to allow little ones to trick or treat, all in one safe environment.

Please, no pets allowed and everyone will give Mother Nature a hand picking up their trash.

 

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