Barrington school hosting 'Spooky Stroll' Friday night

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Primrose Hill School will host its third annual Spooky Pumpkin Stroll on Friday, Oct. 25 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

This popular community event will feature more than 400 illuminated pumpkins carved by students and families displayed throughout the grounds of Primrose Hill School and set to the backdrop of festive Halloween music.

There will be hayrides offered for $1 courtesy of Four Town Farm, and new to the event this year will be onsite Kettle Corn making by Wicked Good Kettle Corn out of Westport, Mass. Back again this year is the ever popular “boutique,” featuring fun Halloween-themed items and a wide array of treats including hot chocolate, cider and baked goods for sale.

Children are encouraged to wear their costumes, entrance into the event is $3 per person and all proceeds from benefit the Primrose Hill School PTO. Rain date for the event is Sunday, Oct. 27.

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