October 15, 2020
By Eric Englund
The Extensive Beach front Island Historic Association Museum in Seaside Haven retains its once-a-year GhostFest within its spookily adorned building and in Veterans Park on Saturday, Oct. 24, from midday to 4 p.m., at Engleside and Beach front avenues.
Young ones crafting things to do will be within the museum, showcasing a option of 6 diverse crafts. Masks and hand sanitation are necessary for admission, and the craft function stations will be situated this sort of that every single can accommodate a family members team, whilst remaining socially distanced from the other do the job stations.
Outside the house the museum and in the park, weather conditions permitting, there will be hearth pits, pony rides and other functions that don’t call for crowding.
“We will adhere to point out COVID pointers for events and may want to temporarily limit museum admissions in the course of hectic periods,” said association President Ron Marr.
Museum admission is free, but there is a demand for the craft things to do and pony rides. For a lot more facts, contact Marr at 609-492-3988. —E.E.