Slippery Rock’s historic Old Stone House will host its “Spooky Stories” Halloween festivities this fall, with plenty of thrills and chills for visitors of all ages. This year’s event is scheduled for Friday, October 28th from 5:30-8:30.
The Old Stone House will offer interactive storytelling, historical reenactments, and a variety of fun activities. The festive and family-focused event includes face painting, an apple press demonstration, candle dipping, folk music, and open hearth sugar cookies. Jennings Environmental Center will also return to the Stone House with a popular exhibit about bats.
PLEASE NOTE: Admission price is $5/person.
The Old Stone House is located in northern Butler County at the intersections of routes 8, 528, and 173, 12 miles north of Butler. The historic site is owned and managed by Slippery Rock University.
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