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|October 2018||Full week|
WELCOME JOIN US FOR OUR FIRST SPRING MONTHLY FLEA & FARMERS MARKET! Happening on the last Sunday of each month March - November, we open our warehouse up from 10am-1pm to local vendors; including artisans, crafters, makers and farmers! ++ FRESH PRODUCE from Legare Farms !! Come hungry; every market will have a wide variety of food trucks, coffee, and sweet treat vendors!
Face painting by Bubbles & Barnacles, FREE Jump Castle for the kids, and LIVE MUSIC by Ryan Becknell!! We have 30+ local vendors participating!
Whether you're a Big Kid who loves Halloween as much as we do or the Littlest Trick-or-Treater painting for the first time, you will receive a FREE Ceramic Pumpkin to Paint for showing us your Spooky Spirit!
All you have to do is come paint with us all decked out in your Halloween costume!
Ceramic paints easily wash out of most clothing and aprons are provided so no need to worry about ruining your Halloween attire.
We have No Age Limit
This is a Walk-In Event
Limit 1 Pumpkin with a Purchase, while supplies last.
Our fall festival is a great family-friendly event for all ages. And it's completely FREE!
Join us for Trunk-or-Treat, Hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy, jump castles and more!
Friendly costumes encouraged. Trunk-or-Treat goody bags will be given to each child. Come by for all the fun including getting a close up look at a Goose Creek fire truck!
Come test your courage in St. Julian Devine Community Center's haunted house filled with rooms of thrills and chills from Sunday, October 21- Tuesday, October 30. The House of Terror is only open from 7-10pm each night and costs $3 per person to enter. Children ages 12 and under will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Nobel Laureate, John Steinbeck’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a portrait of the American spirit and a heartbreaking testament to the bonds of friendship. Set on a California ranch in the 1930’s, Of Mice and Men chronicles a few days in the lives of two migrant workers, George Milton and Lennie Small. While trying to make a better life for themselves in the desperate days of the Great Depression, they find work at last and with their earnings begin to dream of a ranch of their own.