Johnson City TN Home Specialist: JOHNSON CITY AREA HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES

JOHNSON CITY AREA HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES

JOHNSON CITY AREA HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES

Youngsters can find Halloween fun close to home in Johnson City.   I found some thoroughly decorated homes as I drove through some my favorite neighborhoods recently.  They're especially spooky after dark, but I didn't get back to do those pictures.  These are from Shadowood, Strawberry Fields and Biltmore Estates. 

Halloween - Shadowood - Johnson City

 

Halloween - Biltmore Est - Johnson City

 

 

 

 

 

 

Halloween - Strawberry Fields - Johnson City

 

Halloween - Strawberry Fields - Johnson City

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Several working farms have corn mazes and other autumn and Halloween activities.

Fenders Farm has a 7-acre maze and a three-acre "Field of Screams".   This farm is located about six miles south of Jonesborough, 254 Hwy 107.   For more info call 753-441 or see www.Fendersmaze.com.    The owners are raising funds for St. Jude's Hospital and have pledged to raise $25,000.    On-line bidding goes through noon Saturday at 222.stjudesauction.com/weebly.com, and the many items to be on the live fidding can be seen starting at 3:00 on Saturday.    Live bidding is at 4:00.

 

Beck Mountain Corn Maze is located south of Elizabethton, ofof 193 - 110 Corn Maze Lane.   They're open from September 1 and have free movies every Friday night, in addition to hosting various kinds of parties and functions.   They provide free access for fund-raising activites.    Call 423-543-2676.  

 

Myers Pumpkin patch and corn maize,  in Greene County, is one of the features on the Quilt Trail.   The farm is a family-owned working farm with local products and greenhouse.    The pumpkin patch and corn maze are open in September and October.  For more, call 423-235-4796, or go to www.myerspumpkinpatch.com .   

 

Jonesborough's Halloween Haunts & Happenings, an annual event,  will be Friday, October 29, from 6:00 to 8:00.    There will be trick-or-treating along Main Street, face painting, story telling, and a witch's den (the historic Christopher Taylor House).    The Scary-oke by the Jonesborough Novelty Band sounds like fun - the group does a Halloween version of classic tunes.   The costume contest starts at 7:00 pm. in front of the Courthouse, with categories for various ages and also a group categoroy and a pet category.    Call 423-753-1010 for more info, or see www.historicjonesborough.com    

 

A number of local churches and various groups will have "Trunk or Treat" events.    Milligan's will be Thursday, October23, 6:30-8:00,  in the parking lot below the fieldhouse, free and open to the public.   Faculty and students will be in costume, with cars decorated and and treats for children.   

 

The Shady Oaks Garden Club will have their "Spook-tacular" flower show at Girls Inc of Johnson City/Washington County  -  Wednesday, October 27, 1:00-6:00 p.m.   It's free.   The  Halloween theme are reflected in the categories of the exhibit, such  as "Spooky Suppers, Haunted Houses, Frightening Foliate and BOO-tiful Bloomers.+ according to the Johnson City Press.      My friend, Cindy Hinta, is co-chair of the show.   For further information, call Cindy at 423-282-9106.    The garden club works helps the girls at Girls Inc in various ways and the girls are participating in the show.

 

Everyone gets in the act - even the pets.   The ACS "Bark for Life" is having a fund-raiser on October 30 at Millenium Center, featuring among other things, canine costumes.     

 

A recent article in the Press mentioned several ghostly legends of the area, and there's even a non-profit paranormal research group called "Haunt Masters Club" that does research.    See www.hauntmastersclub.com.    

 

Mary Sheridan, KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY

Mary Sheridan423-943-7655  Direct
Mary@TNTriCitiesHomes.com
www.TNTriCitiesHomes.com

Johnson City, TN area -including
Jonesborough, Kingsport, Bristol, Elizabethton.   
(Washington, Carter and Sullivan Counties)

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2 commentsMary Sheridan • October 26 2010 12:46PM

Comments

I am hosting Duck Tape Madness Masquerade Ball on October 27 at The Charles.  How can this be added to this schedule of events.  All costumes will be made from duct tape and live music and entertainment for all ages will be at this event.  Please let me know how I can do this.  Thank you Aline Backes

Posted by Aline Backes 8 months ago

I'm way behind on the "things to do" page of my web site, and haven't even done as much blogging as I should be doing.   The real estate market here has really picked up and I just haven't had time.

If you'll give me more details and remind me a little closer to time, I'll try to blog about it.   I'm glad you read the blog - sometimes it seems like a lot of work for little response, except that every post about a listing goes straight to Google, and people tell their friends when their kid's picture shows up in an article they can Google, about the play or the concert or the swim meet.   Good publicity.

Don't let me forget.  

 

Posted by Mary Sheridan, Creative Marketing, Buyer Agency 423-943-7655 (NE TN,Johnson City,Kingsport,Jonesboro) 8 months ago

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