Halloween Stroll offers fun for the whole family

You can walk through a village filled with witches, skeletons and more

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Canterbury Village in Lake Orion is kicking off its Halloween Stroll, which runs every weekend during the month of October.

Keith Aldridge, the owner of Canterbury Village, described the Halloween Stroll as having “a little bit of spooky and a little bit of happiness”.

Visitors can experience around thirty different stations that feature various props. You can stroll by scarecrow row, see the singing and dancing skeletons and check out the spooky carousel house.

A new addition to this year’s event is a hay maze, Aldridge said. The witches of Canterbury will be singing to guests as they make their way through the village. There will be various actors and characters in costumes to celebrate the Halloween spirit. Visitors are also welcome to dress up in costumes when they join the festivities.

If you work up an appetite from experiencing all of the spookiness, you can stop by the Yates Cider Mill store at Canterbury Village to enjoy some donuts and hot or cold cider.

The Halloween Stroll will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October. Tickets are $14.99, but admission is free for children under two, active military and veterans. Tickets must be purchased online in advance. To purchase those tickets and to make your plans to take the Halloween Stroll, click here.

Watch the video above to see more of what visitors can expect during the Halloween Stroll.

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