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Thousands Expected For
'Halloween Happenings' on Oct. 31

The Greeneville Sun snapped this picture during Halloween Happenings 2011 on Main Street. Pictured from left are Amber Fillers and Heivi, Justin and Tara Trentham.

Originally published: 2012-10-12 15:27:04
Last modified: 2012-10-12 15:57:14

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Main Street: Greeneville

By Staff

From The Greeneville Neighbor News

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- Fright Night tradition continues this year with Main Street: Greeneville’s annual Halloween Happenings from 4 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, in downtown Greeneville.

While this year’s event is still taking shape, Director Jann Mirkov noted several haunted activities that will be included, including a children’s costume contest, chalk drawing on Main Street. and storytelling in the historic old gaol located behind the Greene County Courthouse.

Seussical the Musical characters from Tusculum Outreach will also mingle among the young costumed guests as they Trick-or-Treat from storefront to storefront.

Winners of the third annual “Scarecrows of Main” competition will be also be announced on this night.

Greeneville Sun Photo Booth

Again this year, The Greeneville Sun will take photos of costumed Halloween Happenings youth and adults. The newspaper will have a decorated "photo booth" in front of the newspaper office at 123 W. Summer Street. Photos will be sold on site for $5 each.

For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

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