The Halloween season continues this weekend at Winnekenni Castle with a children’s Halloween costume party on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.
Admission is $8 for children and $5 for adults. Kids are encouraged to wear costumes and enjoy games, prizes, activities by Little Sprouts Haverhill-NECC, a family hayride and other activities. A photo spot is inside the castle.
Haunted Castle is open next two weekends
This year’s “haunted” Halloween attraction at Winnekenni Castle, the “Cataclysmic Castle of Fear” is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights until Oct. 28, plus one specially added event on Thursday, Oct 25.
Admission is $18 and $10 for children12 and younger. The Castle of Fear attraction is not recommended for children under the age of 8. Discount coupons are available online at winnekenni.com. Sunday nights are family nights with $40 admission for two adults and two children 12 and younger. This year’s event features a Maze of Mystery, an expanded Haunted Castle tour and Howling Hayride of Horror through the Forbidden Forest of Fright.
The nonprofit Winnekenni Foundation Inc. maintains and operates Winnekenni Castle as a cultural center for public and private events. The castle is on Castle Road at 347 Kenoza Ave. For more information, email the castle email@example.com, call 978-521-1686 or visit online at winnekenni.com.
Presentation on Medicaid Oct. 25
The Council on Aging will host a presentation by local Attorney Joshua England titled “Medicaid Traps for the Unwary” Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. at the Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St.
England will discuss legal and financial strategies that can help preserve people’s assets. He will also discuss basic principles of estate planning, including information on wills, trusts, asset transfers and probate.
Knitting and craft fair Nov. 28
The Council on Aging will host a senior knitting and craft fair Nov. 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Citizens Center, 10 Welcome St.