Bartow County Parks and Recreation is offering kids a safe way to celebrate the fall and Halloween.
Its Fall Festival, originally set for Saturday, Oct. 26, has been rescheduled to Halloween night, which is Thursday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on the football field at Hamilton Crossing Park in Cartersville, according to Parks and Rec Director Greg Hight.
"We had some churches and other groups that wanted to help us out with it, so we moved it" Hight told Patch. "And it's going to be bigger than last year."
Children are encouraged to dress in costume and will enjoy a fun evening of games, activities, entertainment and refreshments, including candy and three or four inflatables for lots of jumping.
"It gives us and other groups a chance to give back," Hight said.
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