When you think of New Hampshire in October your mind immediately goes to brightly colored trees, crisp air, apples, pumpkins and Local Fairs.
These are all wonderful and worth seeing in their own right....but one of the most popular October festivities that is enjoyed by all ages ....is Halloween.
Here is a list of area celebrations!
Coppal House Farm and Corn Maze- Lee NH
The corn maze is open from August through November. October is filled with special events. There is a Corn Maze Contest with a prize of Free tickets and a week from 10/24 thru 11/1 called Haunted Overload featuring "Fright" for all ages! Be sure to check out their website for details and directions (and when you get to Haunted Overload....turn down the volume!)
Celebrate Samhain- Peterborough NH
A celebration of the Final Harvest and Ancestors Past is happening October 25th. Meet a Druid Princess and learn the truth about Spirits, Visions and Apparitions. See web site for details!
Fright Kingdom- Nashua NH
Fear geared for all ages...come see "Bloodmare Manor"& "Psycho Circus" Check out their Spook numbers for age appropriate choices. See website for details!
Ghoullog Halloween Haunted Chairlift Ride-North Conway
Have you ever been on a Haunted Chairlift? I doubt it! Well now you can say you have on this nite time ride to the summit a haunted tour. Promising to be bigger and scarier than last year! See web site for details!
Some of these websites are an adventure in themselves....so check them out, but turn your volume down!
I will be posting more Haunted Adventures in the near future....so keep an eye out!
Concord NH Realtor Area Information
NH's Four Seasons
Joan Mirantz - Joni is a Realtor® with Homequest Real Estate, a locally owned, Customer Service oriented Firm.
Joan Publishes a monthly Newsletter "Food For Thought" under the pen name Realtor Sherpa.
(Joan also answers to Miz Maven and Miss Joni.)
Joan works in Buyer and Seller Representation with concentrations in the Merrimack Valley Area and towns surrounding Concord NH - the Capital City.
"I love what I do, and it shows in how I do it"
Having crossed over to the "other side of Middle Age" herself....Joan is an ongoing source of information about local programs, facilities and issues specific to her peers!
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