ENCHANTED HALLOWEEN: Neighborhood Schoolhouse will hold its third annual Enchanted Halloween fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 14, from 1 to 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for children and $8 for adults. No family will pay more than $25.
This event includes pumpkin painting, scarecrow-making, face-painting, a labyrinth, Mystical Garden, tarot reading, food and music. It offers fun for all ages.
Enchanted Halloween is a reciprocal fundraiser, where the goal is to give back to the community as Neighborhood Schoolhouse raises money for the school. In that spirit, organizers ask people to purchase tickets to donate to families that could not otherwise afford to attend. With the help of the community, each year, tickets are donated to Morningside Shelter, Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Drop In Center, as well as other local organizations.
To give to or sponsor the event, volunteer or purchase tickets, contact the event coordinator at Brenda@neighborhoodschoolhouse.com or call the school at 802-257-5544. Tickets are also available at Everyone’s Books and Sprout or from Neighborhood Schoolhouse families. Tickets will also be available at the door.
In West Brattleboro...
VOTER REGISTRATION DAY: Voter Registration Day, hosted by West Brattleboro Association, the Windham County delegation and Tri-Park Cooperative Housing Corporation, will be held on Saturday, Oct.
When registering, a person is automatically entered in a drawing to win one of two $25 gas cards at a local gas station. After registering, there will be an opportunity to sign up to receive an absentee ballot for the general election being held on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
On Marlboro Road (Route 9 West), take a right on Dettman Drive. The Tri-Park office is straight ahead, several hundred yards down at the intersection of Dettman and Village drives.
FREE MOVIE NIGHT: Williamsville Hall will presents "Water for Elephants" with Blu-Ray quality video and Five-Speaker Surround-Sound on Friday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m.
This 2011 film follows the adventures of Jacob Jankowski, played by Robert Pattinson, who finds himself penniless and homeless after the sudden death of his parents. He joins the circus, becoming their vet, and falls in love with the wife, Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), of the circus boss. Refreshments offered for sale include fresh popcorn, water, soda and candy.
The film is rated PG-13 for moments of intense violence and sexual content.