Hanover, MA

This Local Park is Hosting a Kids' Halloween Event with Festive Fun Activities

Dianna Carney

(HANOVER, MA) The South Shore Children's Museum has announced a fun, festive event being held at Forge Pond Park in Hanover! The Witches Walk event invites you to "meet lots of magical friends and collect treats along the way."
This exciting 2-hour event will even "end with pumpkin decorating."

For those worried, that they will be too frightened to attend the Witches Walk will be happy to learn this event has an unofficial title of the "Not-so-Scary Witches Walk", promising more treats than tricks at this Halloween party in the park!

The Witches Walk event will also include "photos with characters" although it has not been announced which characters will be attending!

"Forge Pond Park has something for everyone! From walking to athletic events Forge Pond Park is used regularly by the members in our community. This is the Town of Hanover's first tournament-based facility with three baseball fields, three softball fields, three multi-use fields, and a concession stand. As well as the athletic fields miles of walking trails surround the property!" - Town of Hanover
"The Park Pavilion is located next to the multipurpose field. The pavilion has a concession area with picnic tables, restaurants, a mechanical room for wells/irrigation, and storage rooms." - Town of Hanover

Witches Walk Event Details

  • WHERE: Forge Pond Park (located at 253 King Street, Hanover MA 02339)
  • WHEN: Friday, October 14, 2022
  • TIME: 6 PM - 8 PM
  • COST: $15 / per child
  • TICKETS: https://checkout.square.site/buy/FGHPSX5M777P36FQOECAJLSN
  • PARKING: Parking lot A is available and accessible year-round. Parking in designated lots/spaces only. Parking on the grass is strictly prohibited and may result in a fine.

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