SCRANTON — Have a good time Halloween in Scranton with a little bit of historical past.
The Lackawanna Historic Society’s “Scranton After Darkish” haunted strolling excursions will return this Halloween season. Be part of the society for a guided strolling tour round Downtown Scranton for tales of mayhem and mysterious happenings at a few of your favourite locations, in addition to findings from previous paranormal investigations. Excursions will probably be given on Friday evenings: Sept. 17, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, Oct. 8, Oct. 15, Oct. 22, and Oct. 29. Every tour begins at 7 p.m. and can meet on the society’s headquarters, the Catlin Home, 232 Monroe Ave., Scranton, and the stroll will take about 1.5 hours.
Be part of us to be taught extra about Scranton’s perfidious previous! Excursions are $15 per particular person; advance tickets are required. Tickets might be bought by our web site at lackawannahistory.org. All excursions will probably be restricted to twenty individuals, and contributors should comply with all native and CDC COVID-19 pointers throughout the occasion.
The society has additionally expanded our digital scavenger hunt to highlight the various cultures that decision Lackawanna County residence. “Valley Quest: Showcasing Tradition” will probably be open from Oct. 6 by Nov. 4 and can ship contributors on a mission round Lackawanna County to seek out fascinating, typically ignored websites representing completely different ethnic teams or remnants of native historical past. Clues will probably be emailed to gamers every Wednesday, and will probably be targeted on particular space of the county — the Higher Valley and Waverly, the Mid-Valley, and Scranton neighborhoods. Members will compete as groups, and work to finish a “problem” at every web site, both to take a photograph or collect objects.
For extra details about these packages, contact the Lackawanna Historic Society at 570-344-3841 or electronic mail email@example.com.
Order tickets here.