Friday, October 26, 2018

Dunwoody's favorite family friendly Haunted Farm Tour is Saturday from 3 to 9 pm.

Find spooky surprises and giggles around every corner, as Boy Scout Troop 477 brings Dunwoody’s historic Donaldson-Bannister Farm back to life for Halloween on Saturday, October 27th from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the newly renovated Donaldson-Bannister Farm (corner of Chamblee-Dunwoody and Vermack Roads). 

This popular annual event, part of Dunwoody’s Apple Cider Days, will include a “ghost tour” that begins inside the restored farm house and continues through the gardens. Children will be challenged to discover the spell to send the ghosts home. The event also includes a field of games tailor made for kids of all ages, fun crafts and campfire s’mores. You can also enjoy a food court with soft drinks, yummy snacks, hot dogs, hamburgers and turkey legs! Costumes are encouraged. Don’t miss Dunwoody’s favorite Halloween tradition.

Hosted by Boy Scout Troop 477, this fun annual event raises money to provide scholarships for boys that couldn’t normally afford to participate in scouting.

“Last year we had more than 1,600 people come and enjoy the festivities,” said Barry Deutsch, Scoutmaster for Troop 477.  “And this year, we are expecting a bigger crowd, especially since people can see inside the farmhouse and all around the wonderfully updated grounds, so we will have even more food, more games and more fun.”

Plenty of free parking is available at Independence Square (corner of Chamblee Dunwoody at Peeler) with regular shuttle bus service. Additional parking will be available just down the street at the Vermack Swim Tennis center.

Boy Scout Troop 477 thanks its sponsors, including Smurti Corp. for supplying the food court.

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