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Ghosts of Newtown’s Past
October 28th, 2023
5:00 - 8:00 pm
Matthew Curtiss House
44 Main St, Newtown
Join us for a candlelit tour as we lift the veil for the ghosts of Newtown’s past to share their story with us. This is a family event for all to experience some history in the dark, with a hint of light to guide us! There may be some tricks, but there will of course be treats! Activities will be available for all ages, and children will be able to pick a pumpkin from Matthew Curtiss’ first ever pumpkin patch. This is a free event, but donations are appreciated.