Treats for tots; ‘Ghoul-a’ for grown-ups at Nevada County Fairgrounds
November 1, 2012
Join in the fall festivities and Halloween fun at the Nevada County Fairgrounds Saturday.
This year, there are two events to choose from — "Halloween Fun at the Fairgrounds" during the day for children and families and a "Graveyard Ghoul-a" at night for those 21 years and older. Rain or shine, in costume or in street clothes, don't miss out on the fun.
Halloween Fun at the Fairgrounds: A Treat for the Kids
Bring your family and friends for some Halloween Fun at the Fairgrounds, 1-4 p.m. Saturday. Hot dogs will be served, and there will be treats for the kids, a cupcake walk, and lots of games. Plus, you don't want to miss the costume contests and a chance to win some great prizes.
The cost for the Halloween event at the Fairgrounds is only $5 per person and includes food, treats, games, and entertainment. Tickets will be available at the door on the day of the event. This family-friendly Halloween event is hosted by the Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation.
Graveyard Ghoul-a: A Treat
In the evening, for those over 21 years of age, we've got some ghoulish goings-on at the Graveyard Ghoul-a, which takes place Saturday from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Join in for a ghoulishly good time. The night includes dancing, a rockin' DJ, beer and booooze, food and a costume contest.
And you don't want to miss out on some great door prizes either!
Tickets to the Graveyard Ghoul-a are $10 if purchased in advance and $15 at the door.
Parking is free, and, for your convenience, camping will be available at a special rate of $10.
For advance tickets for the Graveyard Ghoul-a event, call the Fair Office at (530) 273-6217, or for details about the Halloween events, visit http://www.NevadaCountyFair.com.
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