Halloween JamBOOree festival spooks Acworth families

Acworth City Hall with Halloween JamBOOree articleAcworth City Hall -- photo by Thompson200, released under Creative Commons CC0

The Acworth Parks and Recreation department will host its annual family-friendly Halloween JamBOOree festival on Saturday, October 27, from 3-7 p.m. at the Logan Farm Park expansion at 4500 Cherokee St, Acworth.

Families and children of all ages can participate in carnival games and activities, including costume contests, a petting zoo, inflatables and a free hayride. Games and activities will cost tickets, which can be purchased on site the day of the festival.

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The costume contests start at 4 p.m. and are divided by age group and gender. Boys and girls aged 3-and-under, 4 and 5, 6 to 8, and 9 to 12 can show off their costumes to win candy and prizes.

Non-profit vendors will be selling food, drinks and snacks. Cub Scout Pack 611 will hold their annual food drive, the Scouting for Food Program, and attendees who donate non-perishable food will receive five free game tickets per child.

Logan Farm Park

Logan Farm Park is a 120-acre park in the middle of Downtown Acworth, with open green space, playgrounds, picnic pavilions and a recreation facility. During the month of October, through the first weekend of November, Acworth is hosting other Halloween attractions, including the Folklore Haunted House and Acworth Ghost Tours.  

Logan Farm Park has parking on site, through an Administrative Office and Main entrance, but overflow parking goes into Rosenwald School at the corner of Taylor Street and Southside Drive. Logan Farm Park is located at 4762 Logan Rd., Acworth.

More information about Halloween JamBOOree

For more information about JamBOOree and other Fall events in Acworth, visit the Acworth Parks and Recreation department website.

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Alex Patton
Alex Patton is a journalist and a graduate of Kennesaw State University. When he isn’t writing about music and entertainment, he spends most of his time cooking, watching cartoons and over-analyzing the secrets of the universe. He is a freelance writer for the Cobb County Courier.

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