Festivities begin at 6 p.m. with games provided by the Plymouth High School Student Council, face painting by the PHS Art Club and the Haunted Hay Ride made extra spooky by the Marshall County Boys and Girls Club. There are two hay ride options, the traditional ride for those who want to be scared and a lighted ride for who want to see what’s happening.
The Plymouth Optimist Club will serve hot chocolate and popcorn.
Participants are welcomed to attend dressed in their Halloween costumes although it’s not required.
Everything at the Haunted Grounds is FREE thanks to A & M Home Services and 1st Source Bank.
Children are also invited to participate in the Downtown Trick-or-Treat this Saturday, October 26th from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. North Michigan Street will be closed between Washington and LaPorte Streets for this event. This year the merchants will set up in the street and not on the sidewalk to allow shopping customers easy access the stores.
Autumn Trace on State Road 17 will host children Trick-or-Treating on Saturday from 2 to 4 while Miller’s Senior Living and Miller’s Merry Manor will open their doors to ghosts and goblins from 2 to 3. The Plymouth Public Library will also participate in Halloween festivities from 1 to 3.