Posts Tagged ‘ Halloween ’

STEPS planning events for Halloween drive-in event

September 1, 2013
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By Ed Harris Editor The Southington Town wide Effort to Promote Success (STEPS) group is currently planning a hauntingly good time for the upcoming Halloween double bill at the Southington Drive-in. This is the third year that the Drive-in Committee has held a special Halloween screening, showcasing two horror movies. Two years ago, the year…

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Halloween fun at the Southington Drive-in

October 31, 2012
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Drive in-Amelia Winebrenner (2) of Ansonia

The Drive-In Committee held its second attempt at a Halloween-themed double feature, with an added full afternoon of activities before the evening movies last Saturday. A similar screening was planned for last year but, like numerous other local events, it was disrupted by Winter Storm Alfred. The surprise October snowstorm meant the event was canceled…

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Grab your costume, Halloween activities are a go

October 31, 2012
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Photo by Tammi Naudus
Anthony Caminti, of Southington and Ayden Pratt, of Bristol, dressed up for the recent Halloween activities at the Southington Drive-in. They will get to wear their costumes again tonight, as town officials have said Southington is ready for trick-or-treaters.

Halloween will go on this year. Despite worries that Hurricane Sandy would force the cancellation of Halloween for the second straight year, town officials said Southington is ready for trick-or-treaters this afternoon and evening. Officials said that all local roads are open and safe for travel. The town has not imposed any restrictions on Halloween…

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A haunting good time for charity

October 5, 2012
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By Rob Glidden Staff Writer The Burke family is bringing back its “Spooky Kingdom” Halloween attraction and hoping that Mother Nature will not be as brutal this year. For eight years, the family has invited the public to their home at Lovley Drive in Plantsville to enjoy a home-made Halloween adventure. They have also encouraged…

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