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Auburn Parks and Rec Hosting 17th Annual Halloween Walk

Posted by aprile on October 15, 2012

The Auburn Parks & Recreation Department is spook-tifying Eckhart Park for its 17th Annual Halloween Walk.

This year's theme is "Monster Mash & The Haunted Cemetery" and will include activities such as:

  • Monster golf
  • Maze (enclosed pavilion)
  • Jump house
  • Marshmallow roasting by the bonfire

Dates and Time: October 19-21 and October 26-31 from 7-9 p.m.

Location: Eckhart Park, 1500 S. Cedar Street

Admission: $2 per person (children 3 and younger are free)

Questions: 260-925-2997

 

 
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