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Halloween and Fall Festival Fun

This weekend will be filled with opportunities for children of all ages to enjoy Halloween in Montgomery County with fall festivals and Halloween events set around the county.
One of the longest running events will be the Dead End Cemetery located at 120 Jimmy Lane in Mount Ida. The Dead End Cemetery continues to grow with new attractions. This year it will be available for two days. They will be open Saturday, October 30, and Sunday, October 31 from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The annual Halloween event is free to the public. The Dead End Cemetery is family friendly and everyone is invited.
The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce will host a Fall Festival Vendor Event Saturday, October 30.
The Fall Festival will feature vendors, candy, and fun for the kids on Saturday October 30 from 9am-3pm in the Courthouse Square. There will be bouncy houses, vendors, pie contests, and Trunk or Treat. For more information, contact them at director@mtidachamber.com
Anyone interested in being a vendor at the upcoming Fall Festival, can do sign up. There is a $10 vendor fee. If electricity is needed, there will be an additional $25 fee. There are a limited number of spaces available for electricity so please apply early. A vendor application form can be found on the Chamber’s website at www.mtidachamber.com. Vendors are responsible for supplying tables, chairs, and provisions for shade and rain.
For more information please call (870) 867-2723.
There will also be a pie contest and pie/cake walk at the Fall Festival. Please check the Chamber’s Facebook page for details.
The annual Trunk or Treat on the Square will be held Saturday, October 30, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
S&L Volunteer Fire Department will host a Fall Festival Saturday, October 30, beginning at 5 p.m. in Washita. There will be a cake walk, gun raffle and games for all ages.

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