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Little River Community School students prep for a weekend of spooky fun near Canton. Photo: Todd Moe
Little River Community School students prep for a weekend of spooky fun near Canton. Photo: Todd Moe

Halloween tricks all in good fun

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A group of students from Little River Community School, near Canton, is putting the final touches on a haunted house. Actually, it's an old sugar shack in a grove of trees that will be filled with typical Halloween creepy characters and decor. It's part of this weekend's North Country Harvest Festival at Honey Dew Acres, near Crary Mills. The event will feature music, storytelling, pumpkins...and some spooky fun.

Todd Moe stopped by for a haunted house dress rehearsal.

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Students took on many different roles to create the haunted effect including an “undead” tour guide, witches, a ghost, a trapped girl, a murder victim, a goblin, a creepy dead girl, and two students working with special effects.

Many different noises will be heard in the house, such as witches cackling, chains being dragged across the floor, wood creaking, and other scary elements. There will also be a fog machine that will heighten the “creepy” effect.

The haunted sugar shack will be open this Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm, and Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm at Honey Dew Acres on Post Rd near Crary Mills. More information about the weekend’s spooky fun can be found at www.littleriverschool.org and the North Country Harvest Festival on Facebook.

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