Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Peachtree City's The Fred hosts Jack O'Lantern Contest, Halloween Event

‘The Fred’ is once again planning a spooktacular Halloween party and wants you to be a part of it. Kids and adults alike are invited to decorate or carve your best pumpkin design and enter into our second annual jack-o-lantern carving contest at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. The contest is in conjunction with the “Not so Frightful” Storytelling and Halloween Party on Saturday, October 23 beginning at 2 pm.

Bewitching prizes will be awarded to the winners of the creepiest, funniest and most creative designs in the kids category (up to 12 years of age) and adults (13 years and older).

The pumpkins will be on display at the ‘Fred’ during the “Not so Frightful” Storytelling and Halloween Party. Judging will take place on Saturday morning, Oct. 23 and winners will be announced that afternoon at the event. All pumpkins must have the following information attached to the bottom: Name, address, phone # and age. We will begin accepting jack-o-lanterns at The Fred Box Office on Thursday, Oct. 21 with a deadline of 5 pm on Friday, October 22.

Kids and their families are invited to attend the second annual free storytelling event and take part in lots of fun activities including safe trick or treating, costume contest, storytelling and more. Performers include the return of well-known storyteller and folk singer Erik Litwin, magician Ken Scott, and a visit from My Reptile Guys.

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