A light schedule for the remainder of October in preparation for the retooling of the show and the preparation for “The Night of Haunts” on October 30.
Erica Wolak of The Highland Council of Community Events visits with us about the activities of the Event Council as well as shares some info about upcoming events as well as plans for next year. Erica talks about the upcoming Trunk or Treat and Santa Parade. The idea of creating a ‘Bill and Kali Festival’ was met with mixed reaction. It seems as if Bill was the only person on board as Kali and Erica looked on with polite yet concerned smiles.
Due to meeting schedules our interview with Steve Wagner will be delayed. Look for this informative interview in the near future.
‘A Night of Haunts’ a night of chilling music, stories, comedy, and food all rolled into one for $15 a ticket in advance or $20 at the door. October 30, 7-10 pm at ByWay Brewing in Hammond. The portal to the ‘Upside Down World’ (Stranger Things) could open with guests popping in and outstaying their welcome. Cash bar will be available. Buy your tickets, they are going fast. Space is limited. To purchase tickets goto ‘A Night of Haunts’
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A show that highlights organizations and individuals doing wonderful things for those in need or their community.