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The Hancock Historical Museum will host an evening of fun for all ages at a Halloween “Spooktacular!” on Saturday, October 26th from 5-8pm. Enjoy tours through the “haunted” Hull House, built in 1881. Sample seasonal treats cooked over the hearth in the historic Crawford Log House. Decorate pumpkins and cookies. Children will enjoy face-painting, crafts and games throughout the museum’s multiple buildings. Guests are encouraged to come in costume! The Children’s Museum of Findlay, Hancock Parks District, and the Blanchard River Watershed Partnership will also be on-hand with activities for attendees.
Admission for the event is $1 per person and includes all museum facilities. The first 100 children will receive a complimentary Halloween picture book, courtesy of the Richard P. Barchent Jr. Educational Fund at the Hancock Historical Museum.
This family-friendly and candy-free event is sponsored by area dentists: Dr. Stan Doty, McComb Family Dental, Dr. Thomas Mitchell, Center for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dr. Kyle Amspaugh – Blanchard Valley Pediatric Dentistry, and Dr. Joseph Fulton. Additional support provided by Wolfe’s Produce.