The play is being performed in conjunction with the Noble County Community Fair Corporation’s 2nd Annual Tricks & Treats Camp-O-Ween, October 21 and 22, which will also feature a Haunted Merchants Building, built by the Scouts of Albion, and a Straw Maze in the Dairy Arena built by Central Noble FFA. Both of these attractions will be open on October 21 and 22 from 7-10 p.m.
Families looking to get in one last good weekend of camping are invited to bring their campers to the Fairgrounds at a cost of $15 per night. Activities will be offered on Friday evening and all day Saturday on the fairgrounds.
A costume contest, campsite decorating contest, scavenger hunt, hay ride and community chili pot will be offered on Saturday afternoon/evening.
For more information or a camping reservation form, please call (260) 636-2111 or 1-800-601-5826.