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The Great Halloween Lantern Parade moves to SUNDAY!

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Get on the bus! Free Shuttle to the Parade runs 6-10pm, Check out the map for stops. Look for the signs! A fun, low stress way to get the the parade! The Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival moves to this Sun, Oct 25th. Same times! Same fabulousity!

We got GLOW-in-the dark Parade T-shirts! All sizes $15. The Festival runs 3-9 pm (later for beer and food). Come grab a hot cider, a hayride, make a lantern and find better parking!

Visit the Magic Hat Beer Garden & hear Ellen Cherry, Sac Au Lait and Mambo Combo on the Fest Stage! The Parade celebrates 10 years! Giant bird skeletons with beating hearts! Glittering stiltwalkers with glowing headdresses! New Parade Route! The RETURN of the MAGIC LANTERN SHOW! Poe’s Eureka! A cosmic fantasy fairy tale with original live music from Chris Pumphrey and Talented Friends! So….don’t miss it! Line-up 7pm, Parade & Show 7:30pm Patterson Park, Eastern & Linwood Aves.

***Barcstober Fest will also be happening in Patterson Park on Sunday from 11am-4pm, up at the Pagoda – Fun for the dogs! The Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival 3-9pm Fun for People! (not so fun for dogs).

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