November 12, 2019

Halloween Spooktacular at Attleboro Springs-CANCELED

Posted by Michelle

Attleboro Springs Wildlife Sanctuary comes alive at night with this fun, non-scary, Halloween event. Visitors will be guided through pumpkin lit trails and greeted by forest inhabitants who share the history of the sanctuary along with natural history facts through fun skits, and stories.
Before you hike enjoy our game stations and win fun prizes then after your tour check out the outdoor pavilion where you find our famous Spooktacular Bake Sale with homemade cookies, cakes, brownies, and hot drinks! Children 2 and under are free!
Last year this event was sold out. Pre-registration is strongly suggested.
Guided tours leave every 15 mins from Attleboro Springs parking lot . To ensure you get the timeslot you signed up for please arrive 30 minutes prior to your tour. Please contact us at 508-223-3060 with any questions.
Attleboro Springs is located behind LaSalette's (947 Park St, Attleboro) additional parking lot. Please look for signs directing you to Spooktacular. Please note: If the threat level of EEE remains high and there has not been a frost, we will cancel this year’s event and issue full refunds.
“Safety of our guests is always our number one priority and after much consideration and discussion with the Attleboro Health Inspector Oak Knoll has been advised to cancel our Halloween Spooktacular event scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 19th. We will be contacting everyone who preregistered and will be refunding all pre-ticket sales . We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to seeing you at one of our other events thought out the year”.

Event Date
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Event time
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Cost / donation
Members: Adult $8.00, Child $8.00 Nonmembers: Adult $10.00, Child $10.00
Contact
Michelle Jorgensen,
mjorgensen@massaudub
on.org

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