Bring on the Fright!
Beginning in October, Dubois County embraces fall with some hauntingly spooktacular happenings!
Here are 5 highlights!
Haunted Huntingburg Blues Festival
1.00 pm to 2.00 pm: Carl Rodenberg Trio
2.30 pm to 3.30 pm: Bleu Phonque
4.00 pm to 5.00 pm: Warrior Kings
5.30 pm to 7.00 pm: Stillwell-Marsh Quintet
• Fall Photo Ops
• Crawl-O-Ween Shopping Passport
• Hayrides from 12 pm to 3 pm @ City Hall
• “Boo”-ze | Craft Beer Vendors
• Zombie Free Kids Zone & Trick ‘R Treat
• Travelin Toms Coffee
• Taco El Llano
• plus Others!
Bring your appetite as the “lounge” tickets come with an 8-course progressive dinner and unlimited specialty cocktails plus other beverage options.
Here are the details:
COMPARTIR~ sharable for the table
1. Shrimp Cocktail. 2. Stuffed Portabella. 3. Ribeye Fajita Tortillas. 4. Chili-lime Grilled Pineapple. 5. Meatballs. 6. Bacon-wrapped Stuffed Jalapenos. 7. Goat Cheese and Sun-dried Tomato on Crostini. 8. Halloween-Inspired Cake Lollipops.
3 Specialty Cocktails | including Bloody Mary Bar, “Boo”urbon Old Fashioned, and Black Widow Cocktail
PLUS Beer & Wine Options, Tea, Lemonade, and Water
Ghosts and Goblins: come prowl the dim, dark streets of the museum’s main street exhibit, seeking treats from store owners as they guard their shops! Come in costume!
Enjoy this free night at the museum!
Requested: Call the Museum at 812-634-7733 to reserve a spot and ensure enough treats. Register name and number of ghosts and goblins attending.
Outdoor Haunted House
Howl at the Moon Hike
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Grab those pumpkin spice lattes, take a deep breath of the crisp autumn air, and enjoy these October events.