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Helena fest, ghost hunt Oct. 20




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Take a drive to Helena and celebrate its biggest day of the year at the annual Indian Summer Festival Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Old Chisholm Trail at the Helena Court House Museum on S.H. 80 at F.M. 81 in Helena.

Activities will include music, dancing, food, children’s activities, and more. Tours and demonstrations will be offered throughout the day. Admission is free.

The festivities will continue into the night with the Helena Halloween Paranormal Hunt from 6-10 p.m. in the Karnes County Museum at 8167 N. F.M. 81.

Grave Yard Shift Paranormal Investigations, a paranormal investigation group, will host the hunt, in conjunction with the Karnes County Historical Society. Also meet Barry Harrin, author of Helena, Texas: The Toughest Town on Earth, and author Dan LaFave, author of Shadow of the Ghost Hunter: Seeking the Paranormal Truth.

The donation is $25 per person, with the event limited to 30 people. Tickets can be purchased online at www.karnesmuseum.com and are nonrefundable. Receipts must be printed out and brought to the event for admission.

All proceeds will go to the Karnes County Historical Society.

For more information, call Barry Harrin at 210-323-5177.
 

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