Sorry I can't get to Riverwalk's Sleepy Hollow before Sunday. Am REALLY looking forward to this one! It promises spooky family fun for school age children and adults - with a "gently haunted" village to tour in the Black Box stage. The Village, designed by Carol Ferris, will entertain (and we hope calm any fears through interacting with the "friendly citizens of Sleepy Hollow".) Folks will be guided along the fun and spooky trail to the auditorium. Be sure to arrive about a half hour early to tour the village - and to get a parking spot. Sometimes parking is tight on weekends when Impression 5 is open. Remember, if the regular lot is full, you can park on the gravel lot beyond the "loop," behind R.E. Olds Museum at the end of Museum Drive. Also, if you park on the west, river-side of the public lot behind Omar's etc, you can walk a short distance on the River Walk to Riverwalk's front door.www.riverwalktheatre.com482-5700 for reservations $5/$7
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