Come out and join the fun at the annual City of Salem Parks and Recreation Haunted Night at the Museum on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 6-7:30p.
The event is held in the Pioneer VIllage behind the Stevens Memorial Museum on East Market Street in Salem.
The village will be transformed into a spooky area for children of all ages and filled with activities for the family and feature free carmel corn, hot dogs, trick or treat bags, cider, candy and other activites only the spirits know about!
There will also be Line Dancing With Sharon Lamb And Others…..So Much Fun!!
A “Spookier” area is planned for the older kids this year behind the museum. You never know who may be lurking around for a “haunting” experiece!
The event is sponsored by the volunteers from the John Hay Center, Salem Public Library, Salem Parks and Recreation Department, City Fire & Police Department, The Pollock Family, Salem Rotary, Tri Kappa, WSLM RADIO and WRLW TV, Prevent Child Abuse Council, PACT, Soar, Meadow View Health and Rehab, Washington County Sheriff’s Department, And Kirk Elliott along with Boy Scouts, Salem Moose Lodge, Washington County 4-H, Scotty’s Sanitation.
For more information, please call 812.883.6495, 812.883.2895, or 812.883.5600.