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Area communities set Halloween events

Benewah Community Hospital kicks off Halloween festivities in St. Maries with its Fright Night celebration Friday, Oct. 30. Candy, treats, hot dogs, games and prizes will be offered free to the public from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the hospital.

Harvest Festival at Heyburn Elementary returns Saturday, Oct. 31 from 1 to 4 p.m. The Heyburn PTO has organized the event for the third year, and games and activities include a bouncy house, cake walk, face painting, mini golf and a pumpkin carving contest. Judges will choose first, second and third place winners in three age categories for the carving contest; winners receive cash prizes. Anyone interested in participating must bring their entries already carved.

McKenzie Floch, daughter of Wade and Danae Floch, enjoys a Halloween treat during a story hour at the St. Maries Public Library Tuesday.

McKenzie Floch, daughter of Wade and Danae Floch, enjoys a Halloween treat during a story hour at the St. Maries Public Library Tuesday.

Bracelets are available for $10 and provide unlimited game play, a slice of pizza and a bottle of water. Tickets are 25-cents apiece; each game costs one ticket with the exception of the bouncy house and cake walk, which cost two tickets.

Proceeds from the event support school projects.

The First Baptist Church of St. Maries, located at 520 Second Street, will offer a cupcake walk, campfire, hot beverages and restrooms to trick or treaters Saturday evening. The church will be open from 6:30 p.m. until people stop showing up.

UpRiver

UpRiver Elementary’s PTO will host a Halloween Carnival from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31, at the school. The event features games, a haunted house, pumpkin decorating and costume contests and a raffle. Pizza and beverages will also be available for purchase. Bracelets cost $5 and tickets are 25¢ each.

The community is invited to a Halloween carnival Friday in Emida. Organizers promise games, food and a costume contest. A bag of 25 tickets cost $5. The event is open from 5 to 7 p.m. at the community center.

Worley

The Worley fire department will not have its annual haunted house this year, but will offer candy, hot dogs and soup to the public beginning at dusk at the station located off Third Street in Worley.

Plummer

Lakeside Elementary students will parade in costume to the Wellness Center and back during school hours Thursday, Oct. 29.

Gateway Fire Protection District will offer an open house at the firehouse in Plummer Oct. 31. Candy, hot chocolate and coffee will be available at the station from 6 to 9 p.m.

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