Halloween events set for North Creek region

Participant from a past Halloween Bash benefit for the North Country Hardship Fund

Participant from a past Halloween Bash benefit for the North Country Hardship Fund

— Families will also be invited to participate in a Halloween Walk along the Carol Thomas Trail to the Ski Bowl Park Playground. The family-friendly ¼ mile stroll geared towards children 12 and under will depart from the Tannery Pond Community Center at 2 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. A Halloween toy will be provided to all kids in costume. Shuttle service will be available to transport families back to the train station following the walk.

Additionally, visitors on the train are invited to enjoy a Halloween Scavenger Hunt throughout downtown North Creek on Saturday and Sunday. Participants will be presented with a series of secret word clues that will lead them to the next location. Upon completion, participants will receive a special prize. The Halloween Scavenger Hunt will begin at The Exchange in the Village Square Plaza on Main Street.

The Saratoga & North Creek Railway offers complimentary shuttle service for passengers in North Creek, including stops at Gore Mountain and along downtown Main Street.

For train schedules and more information about the Saratoga & North Creek Railway, please visit www.sncrr.com.

Long Lake Ghost stories

There will be a Ghost Stories for Lunch program at noon Wednesday, Oct. 31 at the Long Lake Nutrition Site. It's a lunchtime presentation of spooky stories read by author and artist Jamie Sutliff. Bring lunch, or order lunch from the Nutrition Site by Oct. 29. This event is free and open to the public. Call 624-3825.

Indian Lake Halloween Parade

A Fun Halloween Festival & Parade will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31. Watch the parade from the school to the Indian Lake Market parking lot and enjoy everyone for some Halloween fun at Byron Park. There will be a costume contest, hay rides, haunted trail, and trick or treat in Candytown. This event is co-sponsored by the Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary and the Town of Indian Lake. For more information, call. 648-5828.

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