According to online sources, the following are Trick or Treat Night times and dates for our area. Please send any other information to us on Fall or Halloween events so we can put them on our calendar.
TRICK OR TREAT TIMES 2012
Eaton, OH 6p-8p
Lewisburg, OH 6p-7:30p
Cambridge City, IN 6p-8p
Centerville, IN 5p-7p
Fountain City, IN 5p-7p
Hagerstown, IN 6:30p-8:30p
Milton, IN 6p-8p
Richmond, IN 5-7p
Winchester, IN 5-8p
Friday, October 28th
Saturday, October 29th
Greens Fork 6-8
Monday, October 31st
Fountain City 5-7
Cambridge City 6-8
Update: registration for this event is closed- Sorry, but stay tuned for more great events from MRL (look below for other events still open for today in Wayne County)
at Morrisson-Reeves Public Library – Join storyteller, and Earlham Librarian Jennie Kiffmeyer as she shares some wonderfully creepy tales on Saturday, October 22, from 2:00-3:00 pm in the Children’s Programming Room at Morrisson-Reeves Public Library. Jennie will also teach the kids how to spin a spooky story, too–just in time for Halloween! The program, “Find out about Scary Stories @ Your Library” is intended for children, ages 6-12. If you plan to attend, please register your child at the Morrisson-Reeves children’s desk or online.
Homerun Haunt At McBride Stadium- 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
See article at GoWayneCounty.com for details.
Haunted Museum Tour: 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
At the Wayne County Historical Museum- see article on GoWayneCounty.com for details—it’s a spooky good time!
Adapted by Jeffery Hatcher; Produced in Cooperation with Dramatics Play Services, Inc. The classic thriller by Robert Louis Stevenson has been adapted as an innovative stage play, arriving at RCT for the Halloween season! This eerie Jekyll-Hyde makes clear that the famous story is also a psychological study and morality tale. Interesting, unnerving drama. First time at RCT! Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30. Tickets: Adults $15, Seniors and Students $12, Recognized groups of 10 or more $10 each.
Last weekend hundreds of children, and adults, in costume descended upon the 4H Fairgrounds for Trunk or Treating, and fun activities which followed provided by the Richmond Parks Department, inside the Tom Raper Center.
Children waited patiently as they watched for the signal to start their trek towards the treats. Some played in the leaves and many ran about trying to stay warm on the chilly October night.
As the night sky turned eerily orange, the Trunk- or- Treaters made their rounds to the many cars backed into circles. Then on to the fun games, crafts, and costume contests inside. There were so many original costumes it was a hard decision for the judges, which included Mayor Sally Hutton, to pick winners in each category.
As you will see from the pictures, picking one cute, funny, or scary costume would be difficult. A great time was had by all during one of many Halloween celebrations last weekend.
Wednesday, October 27, at the Tom Raper Center. This is a free event sponsored by the Richmond Parks & Recreation Department for kids of all ages. Lots of candy and fun! 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Come in costume if you want.
Dead Woods Haunted Trail
Weslers Orchard, New Paris OH, Friday and Saturday night 8 p.m. – Midnight. Cost 8.00 (from the people who brought you Slaughterhouse).
Haunted House @ Springwood Park
Another Halloween weekend treat brought to you by Richmond Parks and Recreation. This one is for children 10 years old and up. The cost is $5.00. Prepare to be spooked. Friday and Saturday nights, October 29 & 30th, from 8-11 p.m.
Proceeds from walk go to Relay for Life…5:00 – 5:30 Register at VFW- cost 5.00. Walk to Marine Corp League, Druids, Moose, & end at Post 65–party at the Legion 7:30 p.m. with DJ Duke and prizes, food. (dressing in costume is part of the fun!)–probably not required)? For ages 21 and over.
Trick Or Treat Nights in Wayne County:
- October 30th: Centerville 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.; Richmond 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.; Greensfork 6p.m. – 8 p.m.; Hagerstown 6:30 – 8:30
- October 31st: Cambridge City: 6 p.m. – 8 p.m
DJ Entertainment Presents “HALLOWEEN HAVOC”
At the Tally Ho Pub Saturday, October 30, 2010! Kostume Contest, Kostume Karaoke, Door Prizes, Cash Prizes, Props that will SCARE YOU TO DEATH! Kontest Begins at 11PM! Newly remodeled pub under new ownership. Also Karaoke contest every Wednesday night starting at 9:00 p.m. with tryouts. (4th round is tonight).
Halloween Goes To The Dogs
Sunday, October 31st–Dog costume contest, “bogging” for hot dogs and much more! Organized by the Richmond Parks Department. Call Katie Baldwin Chaney for more details. Located at the Bark Park and the Reservoir. Begins at 3:00 p.m.
If you know of any other Halloween events this weekend–please add a comment below. We like comments…we actually get really excited when someone makes one!!
Richmond Parks Department Hosts Haunted Attraction 2 Nights Only
The Carnival of Carnage is ready to bring the screams this year at Springwood Lake Park Pavilion! The haunted house and hayride is a returning attraction from Richmond Parks and Recreation and the Richmond High School Marching Band.
New this year is the addition of Darke Wonders…A Traveling Show of Bizarre Artifacts and Curious Oddities. Local ghost hunter and Afterlife Archeologist Anthony has been called to our area to bring his unusual collection of items associated with the dearly departed. Anthony has been investigating the site of the show for some weeks. When questioned, he will only say that “the history of this particular cabin is in and of itself more bizarre than I could have imagined and some pretty weird things have been happening.”
The Carnival of Carnage and Darke Wonders will run two nights only starting Friday, October 29 from 8:00-10:00pm and again on October 30. Admission to the haunted attraction, which includes a tour through the haunted house, hayride, and traveling show is $5.00 a person. Those 12 and under will only be admitted with a parent.
Concessions will also be available.
For more information, please contact Blair Beach, Community Recreation Coordinator at 765.983.7426 or by email.
Check out the Richmond Parks Department’s “Halloween Howl” on October 27th at the Raper Center, Wayne County Fairgrounds.
E Street Pub was wall-to-wall with headbangers on Saturday night for the Robbing Zombie tribute band.
These guys were “dead” on, just as advertised, and they gave Zombie fans a taste of Halloween early this year.
More pics from the Robbing Zombie show at E Street Pub’s Facebook album…