Happy Halloween events!

Ponca City Now - October 30, 2015 10:39 am

The Haunted Sale Barn at the dead end of South Seventh Street in Tonkawa runs from 8 p.m. to midnight tonight and Saturday. 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.

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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 tonight 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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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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CAMP McFADDEN — Paint a pumpkin, enter the children’s costume contest (ages 12 and younger), cook a s’more over a campfire … these are some of the events at the Camp McFadden FallFest Saturday and Sunday.

Children are encouraged to wear their costumes to enter a special children’s costume contest with prizes for those 12 and younger.

The festival will feature kids’ games including penny in the hay stack, an opportunity to take pictures looking like a scarecrow and various other games.

Among other activities for the day are a hay rack ride, scarecrow making, fish painting and pumpkin decorating. And there are the usual camp attractions including the Canoe Pond and Nature Walk.

The festival runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1 at Camp McFadden. Admission is $3 for those over six. Under 6 are free. Come out and have a great day of family fun!

For more information, contact Camp McFadden at 580-762-9955.

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As always, neighborhood Trick or Treating in Ponca City is held on Halloween, Oct. 31.

 

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