ASHVILLE - This year the Chautauqua Children's Safety Education Village is introducing a new fundraiser for the Halloween Season.
For the dates of Oct. 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 and 27 - all Friday and Saturday nights - from 7 to 11 p.m., the Safety Village located at 2695 Route 394, Ashville will be turned into the Town of Terror. For all who dare to enter, there will be plenty of unsuspected fright, including a Haunted Hayride which will leave hearts pounding.
The Village will be unrecognizable, overtaken by the fog and creatures that lurk in dark places. This event is co-sponsored by Bob Evans, and Media One Group. There will also be food and treats such as kettlecorn, candy apples, donuts,and homemade baked goods from Bob Evans. There will be Tim Horton's coffee to keep participants warm and orange drinks from McDonald's. Concessions start at 6 p.m., so be sure to come early for dinner.
Pre-sale tickets are $8 and can be purchased at The Children's Safety Village, Bob Evans in Jamestown, Fredonia and Warren, Curves at Chautauqua Mall, Greater Chautauqua Federal Credit Unions in Falconer, Jamestown, Dunkirk and Mayville and all Jamestown Area Community Federal Credit Unions. Tickets are $10 at the door. Media One Group will be giving out free tickets to several lucky callers throughout October.
In addition to the Town of Terror, the village will have its annual Halloween Fun Fair for children up to age 12 years on Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 4 to 8 p.m. Children will be able to dress up and trick or treat among the many buildings of the Safety Village. There will be food and treats for sale, cotton candy, candy apples, kettle corn, face painting, pumpkin decorating, hayrides, a petting zoo and more. Enjoy a night of family fun in a safe environment. Tickets for this event are $3. Children 4 to 12 years are $2 and children 3 and under are free.
For questions or tickets, contact Terri Kindberg at 499-8138 or email@example.com. The Chautauqua Children's Safety Education Village, located in Ashville, is a non-for-profit organization which was formed in 1996. It is made up of an educational facility surrounded by a child-sized village, complete with a business district, paved roads, street signs, sidewalks and everything you would find in an actual village. The purpose of the safety village is to educate children, primarily in the areas of traffic, bike and fire safety. The goal is to decrease the number of unnecessary injuries and unfortunate fatalities in the community by allowing children to experience hands-on lessons they will remember. The safety village is sustained through fundraising efforts, grants and donations from a generous community. All donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. For more information or to make a donation, contact Chautauqua Children's Safety Education Village Executive Director Terri Kindberg, 2695 Route 394 Ashville, N.Y. 14701, firstname.lastname@example.org, 499-8138 or 338-0170.