Spooky, Fall Event Will Haunt City Green on Oct. 22
Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz and his Events Committee are introducing a new event this fall, packed with frightful delights for boys and ghouls! Halloween Madness will haunt the City Green from 2-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22. The annual Harvest Fest, many residents may remember that's usually hosted in September, will be folded into this new event. Our spooky lineup includes -- plenty of savory and
sweet food truck fare to sink your teeth into including Tom's Killer Donuts
and the Lemon Shack
and more TBA, spooky tunes, a magician, pumpkin painting, an antique haunted hearse sponsored by BlueLine Classics
, kettle korn, craft vendors, a kid costume contest with prizes, a bounce house, a maze and plenty of fall fest fun! Admission is free, however, guests are encouraged to bring a donation of school supplies in support of Supplying Success, which provides supplies to families in need here in North Royalton. They will have a booth at the event. View the list of supplies needed at left. The North Royalton Historical Society
will also be open across the street. Kids are welcome to bring pre-carved pumpkins to the Historical House to display! Those who would like to host a craft table during the event are asked to apply by Friday, Oct. 7. You can fill out and return this exhibitor application form
, with a check for $50 to City of North Royalton, 14600 State Road, North Royalton, OH 44133. Mark your calendar, and we’ll see you on the Green, Saturday, Oct. 22 ... if you dare!