HALLOWEEN IN GRAPEVINE DAYS GONE BY TO BE PROGRAM FEATURE ON OCTOBER 27
The Grapevine Historical Society presents “Halloween in Grapevine back in the day!” It will be a lot of fun for all and you want to be sure to plan to be with us when we will reminisce about traditions and memories of how Halloween has been celebrated down through the generations in Grapevine and the surrounding area.
You will also hear about the famous “haunted houses of Grapevine” – there are several with great stories! And you will get a good chuckle when you hear some of the stories about some of the fun pranks that kids did by the kids that did the deed!
The program is open to the public and will be presented by Sallie Andrews who has been employed by the city of Grapevine for 23 years. She is a lifetime member of the Grapevine Historical Society, Wise County Historical Commissioner, and is past Chairman of the Historical Committee of the Wyandotte Nation in Oklahoma.
Historic Preservation is in Sallie Andrews' blood...and she will bring a spooky good time evening as she shares some of the things that have made Grapevine a great Halloween Hometown over the years! She has some scary Grapevine happenings from a few years back to tell that may possibly really be real.
He program starts at 7 pm on Monday October 27 in the Grapevine Library Program Room, 1201 Municipal Way, Grapevine 76051.