County Lines: Boy Scouts invite the public to haunted campgrounds

County Lines: Boy Scouts invite the public to haunted campgrounds


Boy Scouts invite the public to haunted campgrounds

If you missed the spooky haunted hayride fun at Camp Oh-Da-Ko-Ta on Highway P this weekend, the hay wagon will roll through the haunted forest again from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Three Harbors Council Boy Scouts of America offers the annual haunted hayride at the camp, 3363 Dyer Lake Road.

The hayride makes a stop at the dining hall for concession sales. Hot chocolate, hot dogs and other items are for sale. There is also a haunted fort to tour.

Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door. There is no charge for ages 2 and younger. Advance Tickets must be ordered no later than Thursday. For more information, email Gina Hannemann at or call 262-632-1655, ext. 1111.

Aging Mastery Program

The Aging Mastery Program is coming to Westosha Senior Community Center Thursday to help adults create a “personal playbook for aging well.”

This innovative program of the National Council on Aging empowers adults to take key steps to improve their quality of life, make changes that lead to improved health and add stability to daily living and strengthen ties to their community.

The five-week program meets from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays, Oct. 24 to Nov. 21. Participants will receive $60 in class materials for a $25 fee. Morning refreshments and a healthy lunch will be served.

The program includes the opportunity to:

Make and maintain small but important changes in your health behaviors, financial well-being and enrichment in later life.

Get REAL incentives and rewards for taking small steps that can improve your well-being.

Hear from local expert speakers who specialize in the specific senior-related topics for discussion.

Meet new friends, provide support and encouragement to your peers, and become more involved in your community.

To register: call the Center at 262-891-3436, email, or go to

WHS family outreach events

Wilmot Cheer and the Wilmot Union High School Key Club are reaching out to families in the community with a pair of activities.

Wilmot Cheer will hold a Daddy Daughter Dance from 6-8 p.m. Saturday for feeder school students in 4K-fifth grade.

Cost is $24 per couple. No registration is required, simply pay at the door.

There will be dancing, arts and crafts, face painting, photo booths and meet-and-greet with princesses.

Events will take place in the Maki gymnasium at the school, 11112 308th Ave.

Key Club will off kids parties on the following dates:

Nov. 15

Dec. 14

Feb. 21

April 24

Parties, for ages “potty trained” through grade 5, will run from 5 to 9 p.m. at Wilmot Union High School.

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