Spirits of Hallowed Eve Dinner
Friday October 25, 2013

“Wine and Spirits” 6:30 till ?
If you have not attended one of these dinners you have really missed a great night of food and entertainment. Deadus Canby is spirited and dreadfully good. The evening starts in the Tavern with wine, ale, heavy nibbles and the talk of town. Then on to the Barn where the Bill of Fare includes rabbit's delight, aerie crock corn, rare beast of the night, twisted crow roasted, planked cold-blooded vertebrate, roots of the earth, gourds from the field, Adams delight, and pair of the night.

Join us for spirits, songs, stories from afar and fire in the night. Seating is limited. For reservations call Lynn at 803 279-7560. Tickets are $50.00 per person. All proceeds benefit the Living History Park.


All Hallowed Eve Ghost Walk & Illusion Show
Saturday October 26, 2013
6 to 9 pm

Walk amongst the ghosts of yesteryear in our Colonial setting. Guided tours will take visitors back in time. We will have entertainment in the Tavern. At 8:30 pm Faire Wynds will host the grand finale.

Schedule of Tours
Tours at 6 pm through 8 pm.

Reservations Required

Tour reservations will be taken starting on Sept 15th. Please email your request to Pam Schmidt at: Pam@colonialtimes.us or call (803) 441-8956. Include your name, address, home phone, cell phone, number in your group, and the time you are requesting—starting at 6 pm every 15 to 20 minutes. Closest available tour starting time will be assigned. Each tour has a limited number.

Tours are free (a $7.00 per family / Large groups $1.00 per person, reservation fee required) Reservation fee will be refunded upon check-in.
Mail to: O.T.P.A. PO Box 7915 North Augusta, SC 29861

Ghost Tours Registration and Information

Check in at the Norwood House, located at the entrance to the Living History Park (299 W Spring Grove Ave) corner of Spring Grove and Lake Ave. Bring your confirmation number / tour time and number of guests. Please plan to arrive 20 minutes early. There are a limited number of spaces available. Tours are approximately one hour and guests are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes for the approximately half mile walk. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Weather: Tours will be canceled in the event of a downpour. Tours will go on if just raining.

Donations Accepted
OTPA/ Living History Park and Sensory Garden are a 501-C3 non Profit Donations are greatly appreciated. The Park is run by volunteers and we depend on your generosity to keep these events going!

 

The event will be cancelled only if there is a downpour.
The tours will continue in the event of a light rain.


SPECIAL FEATURE THIS YEAR

Tired of waiting for the Grande Finale during All Hallows Eve? Missed getting on one of the Ghost Walks? Didn’t get to visit with Dedis Canby? Then treat your family to something REALLY different!

For just 2 shows and with LIMITED SEATING, you and your family can join Eric and Susan Scites of Faire Wynds for a show of magic, mystery and ghostly spirits! A show designed specifically for this ONE night, and performing pieces NEVER done at the Living History Park!

See the power of the mind as a 12 inch needle is passed through Eric’s arm! Witness the suggestive power of levitation as Susan floats! And sit back as Eric and Susan use the same type Spirit Cabinet that was used by such notables as the Fox sisters, the Thurstons, even Harry Houdini to see just what spirits still roam the park! Oh, and don’t worry, as everything these two do it is both based on historical shows and is FAMILY-FRIENDLY! ACT NOW! This is absolutely reservation only. There will be only 2 showings, and seating WILL BE LIMITED! Get your tickets now before the night fades away in the darkness!

For reservations call Lynn at 803 279-7560. Tickets are $10 per person. Children 12 and under $5.00. Anyone 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult.


Watch videos of past events—such as the presentation
by Dedus Canby (below)—on our YouTube page:
http://www.youtube.com/user/parkerll#g/a

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