Halloween Activities Around The Bay Area

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Here’s a list of several of Halloween events happening around the area:

——The frost is on the pumpkin and the pumpkin is atop the headless horseman! The Little Theatre on the Bay is again hosting a Haunted Theatre for the delight and fright of the community. Director Theresa Erskine says this will be the best one yet, as theatre members and friends re-model the historic Liberty Theatre into a mausoleum with horrors in every conceivable nook.

The doors have creeeeeeeeked open and tickets are available on site at 2100 Sherman avenue in North Bend. The remaining dates are October 25, 26, 27, 28 and Halloween! All the starting times are at 6pm; the doors will slam shut at 9pm on school nights but stay open until 11pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

The first trip through will cost $4.00 and the second time $2.00, and then the next 3 trips on the same night are free.

Come support your community theatre…if you dare…and get the fright of your life. Small children will be entertained in the lobby by harmless looking individuals while you experience the horrors that await you in the maize. Call 541-756-4336 for information or visit www.ltob.net

——Calling all goblins and vampires, ballerinas and princesses! Come enjoy Halloween at the Coos Bay Eagles at 568 South 2nd Street (across from Bi-Mart). They will be open to the public on Halloween night — Wednesday, October 31st — from 6 to 8pm. Children 18-years old and younger are invited, accompanied by a responsible adult. There will be lots of games to play, prizes to win, and goodies to enjoy.

——The Coastal Douglas Arts & Business Alliance is hosting a Fall Gala
Dinner, Dance, Fundraiser on Saturday October 27th at the Reedsport Community Building, 451 Winchester Avenue from 5pm – 9pm. There will be Dinner, a costume contest, a table decorating contest, plus a dessert auction and entertainment. There will be a no host full bar and great door prizes. Bid on items in the silent auctions from 9pm – Midnight. Dancing featuring live music with local favorites, Soulpie. Full event tickets $40 each–Dance only tickets $15 each or $25 a couple. For tickets and more info call 541 271-2485.

——The Coastal Celtic Society is hosting a Celtic Hallowe’en celebration at 7pm on Tuesday night, October 30th at the Coos Bay Public Library. The event is free and open to the public. Kerry Sessler will give a talk titled “Myth and Magic, Truth and Fiction, Authentication of Information”. Her talk will explore the roots of contemporary Celtic cultural expressions and will distinguish historical fact from contemporary fiction. Ms. Sessler holds a Master’s Degree in Irish Studies from the National University of Ireland. Local musicians will provide live harp, bagpipe, pennywhistle, and guitar music and song. The president of the Coastal Celtic Society will give a slide show on Celtic traditions in the Hallowe’en holiday. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, email coastalceltichalloween@gmail.com.

——There will be a Harvest Festival at the First United Methodist Church on October 27th from 2pm to 4pm. Enjoy food, games and win prizes. The address is 123 Ocean Boulevard in Coos Bay. Call the office for more information at 541-267-4410.

This entry was posted on Saturday, October 20th, 2012 and is filed under Local Events, Local News, Public Service Announcements.