October 31, 2014
The Traveling sideshow of Carnage has come to town, don’t miss IT!
A guided walk through ominous woods inhabited by the circus creatures of all sorts.
Child Friendly time: Friday’s 6pm – 7pm $3/ each
Scary version: Friday/ Saturday’s 8pm – 11pm
www.etownterror.com for more information
Wicked Haunted Car Tour around Batesville. The 30 minute drive includes stories of haunted sites, creepy graveyards and somewhere, when you least expect it, you’ll get to meet the Black Witch of Egypt Hollow up close and personal. Prizes awarded for best photo. Starts and ends at the RomWeber Marketplace. Just show up to register. Saturday October 18th and 25th.
In Fear Factory, southeastern Indiana’s scariest haunted house’s twisting hallways and shadowy rooms, where workers once nailed together coffins, evil lurks. Open every Friday and Saturday now through Nov 1 from 7 pm to 10 pm. Located at the RomWeber Marketplace, 7 S. Eastern Avenue, Batesville, IN. $5 18 & younger, $10 over 18. Indoor waiting, free arcade games, live concerts & concessions available. www.fearfactorybatesville.com.
November 1, 2014
Sitting right outside of the town of Nashville is the Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground. This month for Halloween this location is home to Cedar Rock. Cedar Rock is a unique haunted attraction in that is has the Midwest’s longest haunted trail and Scare Fest featuring live music and a bonfire. Other haunted attractions include Zombie Challenge and Electro Shock Maze.
General admission prices range from $15 for the haunted trail only to $25 for a combo ticket, with discounted prices for children 12 and under, pre-purchased tickets online, and groups of 15 or more. V.I.P. Fast Pass tickets available at higher rate. Scare Fest is free.
Grace United Methodist Church invites you to a Fish & Tenderloin Dinner on Saturday, November 1 to help support the Annual Potato Drop and other mission programs.
The menu features all you can eat fish and tenderloin, sides, drink and dessert. Tickets are $11 for adults and $6 for children aged 4-12.
For information and tickets, call Grace United Methodist Church at 317-736-7962.
Computer Redeemers will also be available to recycle electronics. Please no televisions.
The YES Film Festival celebrates the creativity and diversity of independent film, bringing to the screen the best documentaries, narrative features and short films, with competitions in all three categories.
$35 All-Access Pass! (Come and go all weekend)
$7 per sho
In November all military related materials, fiction and non-fiction, are half-price in our on-going book sale are.
When: November 1st, 2014 Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. Door Prizes and Closing will begin at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Columbus Learning Center 4555 Central Ave #1600, Columbus, IN 47203
Contact people: Whitney Budd- (812) 350-2526, Denise Brown- (812) 379-4180, Brenda Ragle- firstname.lastname@example.org
A 5K Run & Silent Auction will be held on November 1st to support the Davie Galbraith Liver and Colon Cancers Fund. Kelcie Davie will be organizing this event as part of her Senior Project at Columbus North High School. The events will be held at Noblitt Park (Washington St & W. 17th St, Columbus, Indiana 47201) on November 1st. Early registration can be completed at https://give.stvincent.org/5kforcancer for a fee of $25. Onsite registration starts at 8:15 am for a fee of $30 The 5K race will start at 9:00 am. The Silent Auction will be completed after the race.
The 32nd Annual Center Grove Craft Fair is on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. More than 200 exhibitors will feature art, crafts, handmade gifts, and many other items. Desserts, breakfast and lunch foods will be available for purchase in the cafeteria. Come out to enjoy a day of shopping and support Center Grove Trojan Football.