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Halloween on Farm features haunted hayride, spooky entertainment, activities

Published On: Oct 20 2013 12:15:37 PM CDT file photo


Halloween on the Farm will feature a haunted hayride, spooky entertainment and Halloween activities.

The Friends of Schumacher Farm Park and the village of Waunakee are hosting the event Saturday from 6 - 8:30 p.m. at Schumacher Farm Park in Waunakee, according to a release.

Event activities include a hayride, music, old-fashioned games, a fortune teller, witches in the granary, kid’s crafts, a spooky farm yard, face painting, treats and a bonfire.

Fiddlers from Waunakee High School will play in the barn at 7 p.m., followed by silly and scary songs by David Landau at 7 p.m., organizers said.

Admission is $4 in advance or $5 on the day of the event. Tickets are available online.

Schumacher Farm Park is located at 5682 Highway 19 on the eastern edge of Waunakee.

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