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Screaming good time: Hawfields Haunted Forest celebrates 45 years

By Alley Morris
Times-News correspondent

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The Hawfields Haunted Forest has been scaring up a good time for 45 years now. [Photo submitted

MEBANE — For 45 years, The Hawfields Civitan Club’s Haunted Forest has provided the community with a “screaming good time.”
Gracie Lobaugh, of Mebane, makes an effort to be at the Haunted Forest every year with her friends and family.
“My favorite part of the forest is going through all of the different parts of it and getting scared. The thrill of making it through all of the different parts is what drives me to go back every year,” she said.
The forest started out as a small trail and grew into the haunted forest everyone knows today.
Katie Doss is one of the chairwomen on the board of directors for the event.
“I believe the haunted forest has always been a success because we are consistent. We have members that put in so much time and effort to make the forest the best it can be. We really strive to make the experience fun and enjoyable for the whole family,” she said.
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Perfect weather for a hayride: Event teaches history of Iseley Farms

By Lydia Pankratz
Times-News correspondent

   Need a fun way to spend a fall afternoon in October?
Hayrides take place at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays at Iseley Farms, 2960 Burch Bridge Road, Burlington, throughout the month of October.
“We started offering hayrides in the fall about 25 years ago in response to a growing demand,” said Jane Iseley, owner of Iseley Farm. “I just love sharing the farm with people and getting them interested in where their food comes from.”
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Things To Do (week of Oct. 23, 2017)

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Graham Recreation & Parks Department’s annual Downtown Graham Pumpkin Bash: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Courthouse Square in downtown Graham. Attractions, vendors, games & candy. Free. 336-792-1189.

WPCM’s October Horror Movie Madness — “Young Frankenstein”: 11:30 p.m. Friday, Graham Cinema, 119 N Main St, Graham. $2 admission; proceeds go to Shriner’s Hospitals for Children. 336-260-5184.

Haunted Train: 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, Burlington City Park, 1333 Overbrook Rd., Burlington. $5; tickets can be purchased at the amusement park ticket window. $1 coupons accepted for Oct. 26 only. Presented by TimeStoppers Production, B-Town Events and the Burlington Recreation & Parks Department. A portion of the proceeds to benefit the Burlington Police Department Shop with a Cop program. www.btowneventsnc.com.


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