One-year-old Charlotte Laforest picks out her pumpkin at Aldor Acres on the Thanksgiving weekend kickoff to the Pumpkin Patch festivities at Aldor Acres. This Sunday at 9 a.m. the farm hosts the Pumpkin Fun Run Walk to raise funds for the school district’s trades apprenticeship training programs. For details see website:

School ‘howler’ to haunt you

Aldergrove Community Secondary School is hosting its biggest fundraiser of the year, the Haunted House, for the grade 12 “dry grad” celebrations.

Aldergrove Community Secondary School is hosting its biggest fundraiser  of the year, the Haunted House, for the grade 12 “dry grad” celebrations.

The Haunted House fun will be at the school, 26850 – 29 Ave., Aldergrove, on Friday, Oct. 21, Saturday, Oct. 22, and Sunday, Oct. 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. nightly.

Admission prices are $6 for 12 and over, $20 for a family of four and $3 for the younger children in the Halloween Crafts room. There will also be a concession and bake sale.

Come on out for a howling good time and be prepared to be scared!

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