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Spooky Ghouls Dancing the Night Away

The Art Club is brewing up a new dance for the Halloween season. The dance is happening October 14th from 7pm until 10pm and costumes are encouraged. Full face makeup is not allowed as well as masks. Tickets are 17$ for Couples and 10$ for Singles. The theme will be different this year with a little more fall themes.

There’ll be more activities this time around including cornhole and other games. There’ll also be some music being played with a playlist ready made for the occasion being played by a graduated student that was a part of the art club.

Costumes are encouraged so show up with your costumes. Annie, a student part of the art club, says, “There’ll be more activities including hanging donuts. We’ve had issues setting it up this year do to students taking them straight off the line last year.”

Expect to be at the school on the 14th for some Halloween activities.

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