All Hallows Eve starts tonight at Seven Eagles


GRAND RAPIDS – The All Hallows Eve Celebration tonight and Saturday is an annual event at Seven Eagles
Historical Education Center, 16486 Wapakoneta Road.
Hours for the festival are 6 to 10 tonight and again on Saturday.
This unique harvest event, which is open to the public, takes place in a historic environment and is a
lasting experience for families and friends.
When dusk falls each night, more than 350 pumpkins are lit and paths into the night come alive with
costumed storytellers, bonfires, hayrides, and re-enactors conducting lantern tours through the Native
American Long House, Pioneer Log House, Blacksmith Shop and Catfish Inn.
Activities also include hands-on harvest craft activities, food, cider pressing, musical entertainment
and a Trading Post stocked with arts, crafts, gourds, historical items and souvenirs.
Arrive early on Saturday and make it a family event by canoeing, cane-pole fishing or throwing tomahawks.

An admission fee of $2.50 per child or senior citizen, $5 per adult or $10 per family vehicle will be
charged. Children age 4 and under are admitted free.
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center is owned and operated by the Arts Council Lake Erie West, a
regional non-profit community arts agency providing arts and arts education programs and serves for
artists and the public since 1983.

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