Costumes, Ghost Stories for Families at Free Event

Gold-brown leaves, chilly wind, and an excessive amount of orange and black decorations only mean one thing, Halloween is almost here. It is a time that the people at Arizona Humanities have been planning for. The organization announced that they would be holding a Ghostly Stories Festival on October 22pm from 4 pm to 7 pm.

There is a lot of great fun and adventure planned for children of all ages. They can dress up in costumes, participate in many of the available crafts, and listen to chilling stories with a historical twist. If they get hungry, there will be snacks and a book giveaway to encourage your child to read.

The Arizona Humanities is also unveiling a chalk mural for the event and all of it will be in downtown Phoenix.

Arizona Humanities is located at Central Ave & Culver, south of McDowell, across from Burton Barr Library. Arizona Humanities is also accessible via light rail at the McDowell/Central or Roosevelt/Central stations.

For more information or RSVP, you can call 602-257-0335. It is promising to be a great experience of thrills and chills.