Haunted Field & Scarecrow Festival at Hanley Farm
Family Fun at Hanley Farm – Join us, if you Dare!!!!
Creepy, crawly, scary things that only appear at night, ghoulies and ghosties! Who knows what lurks in your fields and gardens?
Fear not! October 7 & 8, Hanley Farm hosts the seventh annual Scarecrow Festival. Join us! Make a scarecrow to protect your fields from all things scary, including an occasional witch or two!
And the evenings of October 7, 8 & 15, actors from Crater High School’s Renaissance Academy bring the farm’s haunted fields to life as you tour the fields and enjoy the haunted field drama, “Little Max& the Monster.” Two great Halloween events you and your family will not want to miss!
Hanley Farm, 1053 Hanley Road, Central Point. October 7 & 8: Scarecrow Festival, 10am-3pm; Scarecrow-making kit, $15 ($10 for SOHS members); Hanley Farmhouse tour, $5 ($3 for SOHS members and children). October 7, 8 & 15
Max and the Monster! 6pm-9pm; gates open at 6pm, tours begin at 7pm, and continue every 8 minutes thereafter; $8 ($5 for SOHS members and children).Tickets for the haunted field sell out quickly! Purchase tickets and reserve your tour time online at sohs.org/max_and_monster/
SOHS Membership AND Tickets to Hanley’s Haunted Field Walk?
Wow! What more could one ask for?! Join or renew a one-year family membership with the Southern Oregon Historical Society between September 15 and October 15 and receive free tickets for parents and their children to Hanley Farm’s Haunted Field Walk. Membership certainly has its rewards!
To learn about these benefits, visit sohs.org/membership. When you join the SOHS, you are joining a community who shares your belief in the value of history AND you are contributing to a legacy of remembrance for future generations! One-year Family Membership, $50 (until October 15, includes free Haunted Field tickets!). Go to sohs.org/membership-hf-tickets, or call 541-773-6536, ext. 202, to purchase a membership.
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