Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Spooky Stuff in Georgia's Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge, GA
Lots of spooky stuff is going on in Blue Ridge and McCaysville for Halloween this weekend! 

Mercier's Halloween S.P.O.O.F. (spooky pumpkin old orchard fest)
October 29 and 30th from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Kids spooky house, duck pond, bon fire, s'mores and lots of other fun stuff.  $6 for a tractor ride to the old apple house where you can select a pumpkin, participate in activities and have some hot apple cider!  Call 800-361-7731 for more info.
U-Select Pumpkins Take a tractor ride into the orchard and pick your pumpkin without the SPOOF!  Friday, Saturday and Sunday this weekend.

Halloween Horror Putt Putt - The Lilly Pad Village on Aska Road
Every night 7 p.m. through 10 p.m. through October 31st. 
Menacing ghouls, scary creatures of the night, eerie music, creepy fog and so much more at the second annual Halloween Horror Putt Putt at Lilly Pad Village.  Also come to the Third Annual Halloween Party on Saturday.  For more information, call The Lilly Pad at 706-534,1317.

SCARY Haunted House at Blue Ridge Community Theater
A Terrible Way to Die!!
For kids 13 years and older ONLY!  October 28, 29 and 30 from 7 p.m. to midnight.  $10 at the door.  Right accross from the Swan Drive In on East First Street.  Call 706-632-9223.
Enter at your own risk!
Blue Ridge Ghost Tours
Weekly tours of local ghosts and folklore, including the Ghosts of Downtown Blue Ridge, Ghost of Tilly Bend Church, local legends and stories.  For reservations call 706-455-9866 or see http://www.blueridgeghosttour.com/

Halloween Safety Zone in McCaysville/Copperhill, Tenn.
Friday, October 29th from 5 to 8 p.m.  Halloween Costume Contest at the First Baptist Church parking lot beginning at 4:15 to 4:50 p.m.  Halloween Parade begins at 5 p.m. and UCBI Scream Contest at 6 p.m.  For more information, call 706-492-6014.


Halloween Safety Zone in Downtown Blue Ridge
Saturday, October 30th from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Hundreds of costumed kids and grown-up kids plus your pets are welcome gather in downtown Blue Ridge to celebrate. Fun begins at 6:00 and runs until 8:30. Costume contest begins at 6:15, with a pet contest at 7:30. Halloween Movies in the park beginning at dusk.

2 comments:

  1. This was very poorly ran this year. Children and families who followed the understood rule to stand in line waiting to get in were often passed up by groups of 10 people or more joining the line in front with people they "knew." Disrespectful citizens of the town wouldn't even leave the line to light their cigarettes up. One of which, held his cigarette eye level with my 2 year old, almost burning him on several occasions. As we decided to take cause with others leaving the "safety" zone, we discovered 6 teenage boys hiding behind something in a gazebo and they were smoking but it wasn't a tobacco smell coming from there.

    So much for a safety zone. Appears our Mayor is one massive failure. Let her go back to running her business and let someone who can help the town function in events labeled as "Safety zones" actually be safe.

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  2. My family and I are from Gainesville, Ga. We come up every year for the Halloween costume contest. We absolutely LOVE it. The guy who, I guess you would say, hosts it... Love him! He done a fabulous job this year. (2011) WAY TO GO BLUERIDGE! We look forward to making many more trips up Highway 60 for many more years!

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