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The Holden Arboretum’s popular fall event, Goblins in the Garden, returns on Saturday, Oct. 5 & Sunday, Oct. 6. From 10am – 4pm each day, families can trick-or-treat through decorated gardens, enjoy a hedge maze and scarecrow display, as well as experience a petting zoo and pony rides! This weekend event encourages families to come out in their Halloween costumes and enjoy numerous outdoor activities, including wagon rides, a straw pyramid climb, games and crafts, and professional face painting.
New this year, a petting zoo and pony rides will be set up on the Arboretum’s grounds for guests to enjoy. A beer garden for those individuals who are 21 years old or older will be included on Saturday only. Tickets are $6 per member child, $10 per member adult, $12 per nonmember child, and $20 per nonmember adult. Tickets to the Murch Canopy Walk and Kalberer Family Emergent Tower are included with admission. Preregistration is encouraged online at holdenarb.org or by calling 440.946.4400. Free parking and shuttles will be available from Lakeland Community College. Once Holden Arboretum lots are full, signs will be displayed on the property, as well as real time updates available on holdenarb.org and the Holden Arboretum’s Facebook page.
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