October 22 & 24 — Trolley Museum--Pumpkin Patch Trolley

Wear your costume and ride the Pumpkin Patch Trolley at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum Friday-Sunday, October 22 & 24. Tour the museum and enjoy refreshments. Kids can pick a pumpkin, decorate it and play games, sponsored by Sarris Candies. Get Pumpkin Patch Trolley tickets and details HERE!

October 24 — Trunk-or-Treat

Fairhill Manor Christian Church in Washington will hold a “Trunk or Treat” on Sunday, October 24th,  from 2pm -3pm.  They’re  inviting families to bring the kids in costume and  enjoy a safe and fun way to trick or treat. The trunks of their cars will be decorated in festive displays, and they will be giving out candy, as well as cookies and hot chocolate. Come join the fellowship and fun on October 24th,  from 2pm -3pm, in the parking lot of Fairhill Manor Christian Church located at 351 Montgomery Ave Washington, PA.  Admission is FREE so don’t miss out!

Weekends -- Thru October 30 — "Scare At The Fair"

West Alexander’s “Scare At The Fair” — Weekends thru October 30th. Scary rooms, scary clowns, the “Hillbilly Zone..” and more! And there’s the expanded “Spooky Forest Walk Through..” Take I-70 to the West Alexander Exit and follow the signs to “Scare At The Fair..” Fridays & Saturdays this month from 7pm to 11pm. Click here and read more.

Now Thru December 1 — Bradford House Museum Drop-In Season

Drop-In Season at The Bradford House & Museum, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, at The Bradford House, 175 South Main Street in downtown Washington.

Admission only $5. Hours between 10 am and 4 pm.

Click here to visit their website, or email bradfordhouse@verizon.net.

Ongoing — Angel Ridge Animal Rescue Needs Supply Donations

Angel Ridge Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) no-kill shelter & sanctuary for dogs, cats & horses. Located on a 50 acre farm, Angel Ridge provides a permanent home & cares for animals that are not adoptable due to their age, handicap, breed, or temperament. We also provide temporary homes (with the ultimate goal of securing permanent homes) for animals that are adoptable, but who cannot get a place in a traditional shelter or who have medical problems that preclude them from living in a shelter; animals that will not adapt well to a traditional shelter or have been in a shelter for an extended period of time & animals living in a shelter who have become aggressive due to their environment & are re-trainable, but in danger of being euthanized in the shelter scenario.

Angel Ride is always in need of supplies to keep their rescue mission going. Things like: Purina One dog food & cat food. Dog & cat toys & treats & cleaning supplies. For a detailed list, click here & visit Angel Ridge. Read the monthly “Angel Gazette” for the latest on what’s going on & remember to adopt — don’t buy!