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2nd Annual Stayton Ghost Tour and Chocolate Walk
Tickets online advance sales only
$15 each October 1-17
$20 each October 18-25
No sales at door or after October 25
Revitalize Downtown Stayton and Brown House Event Center will co-sponsor the second annual Stayton Ghost Tour and Chocolate Walk on Saturday, October 27, 2018 between 5pm and 9:00pm. Starting at the Brown House Event Center, tours will leave with groups of eight people every fifteen minutes. After a brief history of the Brown House, the tour will proceed to several shops on Third Avenue, accompanied by a “Victorian” costumed guide who will share history and stories about Historic Downtown Stayton. Shops will be decorated, and participants are encouraged to wear a costume. After hearing history about several buildings, participants will receive chocolate treats from each of the stores on the route. Last year’s inaugural event was a wild success. “It was so much fun!”, “like Trick-or-Treating for adults!” and “very good haunting stories and great shops!” were some of the comments made. Our second year promises to be bigger and better!
All tickets must be purchased online by going to www.brownhouse.org/buy-tickets Tickets will go on presale between October 1 and 17 for $15 each. Between October 18 and 25 tickets will be $20 each. No ticket sales after October 25th.
Have you ever been curious about what happens during a real ghost investigation? Join Albany Paranormal group, “Harem Paranormal” for a unique evening as we visit the historic Beauchamp Building at Third and High St. Built in 1913, the building served as a Pharmacy and also entertained a Dance Hall on the 2nd floor. Done in partnership with the 2nd Annual Stayton Ghost Tour and Chocolate Walk hosted by the Revitalize Downtown Stayton and Brown House Event Center. Hurry now as group space for the tour is limited.
When: Saturday, OCT 27th
Times: 5 pm, 6:30 pm and 8pm.
Cost: $10 per person. Tickets can be purchased at www.brownhouse.org
- Under 18, please be accompanied by an adult.
- Not recommended for those with heart conditions.
- Respect the property and it’s residents. (No Provoking)
- Those that have their own equipment are welcome to bring it. Small flashlights, digital cameras and recorders are also welcomed.
- A Facebook page will be created for the investigation to share stories, feedback, suggestions for future locations and to share photos for those that take them and possibly capture something out of the ordinary.