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Halloween Boo Bash

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Event# 913-856-0936

Event Details

This free event is for ages 12 and under. Ghastly games, spooktacular activities, tons of candy, door prizes and the not-so-haunted haunted house. Beginning at 7 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m.

Halloween Boo Bash

Address : Green Building, Johnson County Fairgrounds. Gardner KS
Phone : 913-856-0936   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

Halloween

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