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Weekend Halloween Fun in Framingham

October 27, 2005 (9:32 pm EST)
Filed under: Around Town by Deb Cleveland

FRAMINGHAM, MA – Halloween fun things to do this weekend!

Cameron Middle School, 215 Elm St., presents Halloween Haven, an afternoon of fun for children in grades K-5, from 4:30-6:30 p.m on Sat. Oct. 29. Students will be taken on haunted tours, play games, and collect candy and healthy snacks. Activities include: games, haunted house, fortune telling, coloring, and more. Admission and activities are free to everyone. Canned goods will be collected at the door to be donated to a local charity.

The Learning Center for Deaf Children, 848 Central St., hosts its first annual Galloping Ghost Charity Chase on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. It is a four mile road race with prizes in four age groups for winners and best costumes. Register for $ 25 online at or call 508-879-5110 and ask for Cyra Coady. At the same time, The Learning Center will be transformed into a treasure trail hunt for costumed youngsters and their families who can’t join the race. Admission is free to the Trick or Treat Trail open to children age 12 and under.

It’s the last weekend for Hanson’s Farm Tom & Matt's Excellent Adventure 4 Acre Corn Maze and Haunted Farm and Hayride. Visit the maze at 20 Nixon Rd. during the day from 9 to 6 and the Haunted Farm opens at 7 p.m. Admission is charged and you can save $1 using online coupons. You can bring a picnic lunch during the day and enjoy the farm animals and farm stand. Refreshments available during the evening haunting.


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