Harvest Haunting returns to LeDucThere will be new twists on old themes when Harvest Haunting returns from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27, at the LeDuc Historic Estate, 1629 Vermillion St.
There will be new twists on old themes when Harvest Haunting returns from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 27, at the LeDuc Historic Estate, 1629 Vermillion St.
Guests will be able to visit these specific areas when they attend this spooky event:
A Walk in the LeDuc woods – Amy Deaver and her cast of ghostly characters will lead attendees through vignettes featuring "Halloween in Bygone Days." There will be musical accompaniment.
The Simmons Shed –Warm beverages and sweet treats will be served here.
Spencer Johnson’s Camp – Johnson will have a roaring campfire going in the same place where he worked during Civil War Weekend. S'mores and popcorn will be offered to the people who gather with the audience.
The LeDuc Parlor – Scary videos produced by Kristin and Justin Schaack, award-winning filmmakers who grew up in Hastings, will be shown. A story teller will be present to share some very spooky stories.
The LeDuc Kitchen – The Hastings Paranormal Team will be in the kitchen, ready to bring some guests to the evening.
The cost of Harvest Haunting, a family-friendly event, is $7 per person. Reservations are needed for the Cellar Tour. Call 651-437-7055 today to reserve a spot for the time of your tour. Cellar tours take place every half hour. Children are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes.
This event is sponsored by Friends of LeDuc of Historic Hastings and Dakota County Historical Society. The LeDuc Historic Estate is owned by the City of Hastings and managed by Dakota County Historical Society.
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