During the 1920s when south Arkansas was hustling and bustling with the activities of the oil boom, Halloween was a huge sensation. Community parties and parades were planned and the tradition of "Trick-or-Treat" became popular. Festival goers to the Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources will play some
of the same games as were played during the by-gone era. There will be carnival games with prizes and several activities, as well as some take home items. Participants can make a monster, be it scary or funny - the only limit is your imagination. Maybe a spider is more to your liking; make it however you desire and whatever color - the choices are endless.
Admission to this event is $5 for kids and $3 for adults.
Please call Museum for me details, 870-725-2877.