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Thursday, October 19, 2017
LEFT: Jeanne Hamscher, naturalist with the Wildlands Conservancy, introduces “Not So Scary Wild Creatures” at the “2017 A Very Merrie Halloween” event at the 1803 House Oct. 7. LEFT: Jeanne Hamscher, naturalist with the Wildlands Conservancy, introduces “Not So Scary Wild Creatures” at the “2017 A Very Merrie Halloween” event at the 1803 House Oct. 7.
Janice Stavrou demonstrates loom weaving and Judy Jones demonstrates her skill in chair caning at the Halloween event at the 1803 House Oct. 7. Janice Stavrou demonstrates loom weaving and Judy Jones demonstrates her skill in chair caning at the Halloween event at the 1803 House Oct. 7.
ABOVE: Erica Jones and her sons Wyatt and Haeden attend the Halloweeen event dressed as pirates. Additional photos appear on Page A2.PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER ABOVE: Erica Jones and her sons Wyatt and Haeden attend the Halloweeen event dressed as pirates. Additional photos appear on Page A2.PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNER
PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNERAiden Levinson, Joan Snyder and Winnie Zeller staff the information tent. PRESS PHOTOS BY DON WENNERAiden Levinson, Joan Snyder and Winnie Zeller staff the information tent.

1803 House hosts ‘A Very Merrie Halloween’

Thursday, October 12, 2017 by The Press in Local News