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If you're a little older and braver, summon your courage and venture into Huber's Creepy Woods Haunted Forest. This is a walking tour through a scary haunted trail — definitely not for the younger kids or faint-hearted. Creepy Woods Haunted Forest is celebrating its 5-year anniversary with a newly improved trail that includes theme park quality sets, live actors and Hollywood caliber costumes. It promises to be the scariest trail Maryland has ever seen. (That, my friends, is enough to keep me out!)
You will stroll through a seemingly peaceful forest that unleashes gigantic creatures, a terrifying pack of blood thirsty werewolves and ghostly spirits. The trees, as well, play a spooky part in the ghoulish path ahead. If you thought going into the dark woods at night was frightening, this event will prove you right! Please note: No open-toe shoes or flip flops; wear old shoes or boots! Also, this is an intense haunted attraction, not suitable for those with small children or those too afraid to enter the woods. Go to http://www.hubersfarm.com for more information.
Perry Hall High School shooting victim
Join the Perry Hall Improvement Association (PHIA) for a Happy Hour on Oct. 18 at Liberatore's Ristorante in Honeygo Village Center, 5005 Honeygo Center Dr., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Enjoy half-price appetizers and drink specials (specials end at 7 p.m.) Some appetizers will be generously donated by Justin Hafner of Just Electric Co. . Attendees are responsible for the cost of other food or drinks. Bring a friend or neighbor. Members and nonmembers are welcome.
The PHIA November meeting takes place Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Perry Hall Library, 9685 Honeygo Blvd. Focus is public safety. Guest speakers will be Capt. Mike Balog, commander of the
Say goodbye to the Farmers Market at the Avenue at White Marsh until next spring. It is the end of the market season and Friday, Oct. 26 is the last Friday the produce stand is open for 2012.
The Seven Oaks Senior Center, 9210 Seven Courts Dr., will be closed on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6,
News from Councilman
Also, On Oct. 1st, the County Council passed legislation sponsored by Councilman Marks that provides new protections for those who have purchased lots in pet cemeteries. Bill 64-12 requires that the owner of a pet cemetery provides notification to newspapers if he or she tries to sell or lease the property or use the cemetery for another purpose. The pet cemetery owner must attempt to notify those who purchased lots, and reimburse anyone who can provide documentation within a 90-day period. The Oakleigh Pet Cemetery in the Parkville area is located in Councilman Marks' district. Thanks to Councilman Marks, owners of pet cemetery lots are afforded some peace of mind.