It's going to be Grimm at the Railway and Forestry Museum as fairy tales are the focus Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It'll be safe and spooky with games and goodies for children of all ages. There will be a story teller from the Prince George Public Library, a weaver from the Spinners Weavers Guild doing a weaving demonstration while people dare step aboard the ghost train. Hot dogs, hot chocolate and s'mores to roast on the bonfire will be available for purchase.
This is a community-based event that brings history and imagination to life.
Admission is free with a donation of a non-perishable food item to the Prince George Salvation Army Food Bank.
We're planning a Halloween map next Wednesday to show where the coolest stops in town are for the dark and spooky night. Do you or someone you know really go all out for Halloween? Let us know where everyone can find them on Halloween night - email chinzm...@pgcitizen.ca